USD 466 is accepting applications for a High School Math instructor at Scott Community High School. Applicants must be appropriately endorsed or be eligible to obtain the appropriate endorsement to teach this position. If you have questions contact Brad McCormick at (620) 872-7620 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Position will be open until filled
1. Letter of interest outlining relevant qualifications
3. Credentials / three letters of reference
Scott County Schools USD 466
Scott County School district covers 756 square miles and serves approximately 1,000 students in a county with a population of 6,000 and in a city of just under 4,000. The district encompasses all of Scott County along with parts of Logan, Wichita and Lane counties. We are located approximately 60 miles east of the Colorado border, and almost directly between the Nebraska and Oklahoma state lines.
USD 466 educates just over 1,000 students PreK-12. Scott City Elementary School serves PreK-4thgrade students. Class sizes average 20 students per classroom. Scott City Middle School serves 5th– 8thgrades. Middle school students are offered a variety of elective classes during the day and multiple activities and athletics as extracurricular. Scott Community High School is a 9-12 building and is classified as a 3A school. Students in grades 5-12 have 1:1 iPads. Our students take pride in the multiple electives and extracurricular activities offered to them.
In November of 2017, the community passed a $25 million dollar bond issue. The goals of the building projects are to enhance safety at each building, provide proper size for our student population, and become more efficient with aging structures. Highlights of the projects include a new front entry to each building, renovated classrooms in the elementary and middle schools, improvements on the home side of the football field and track, and a new 1,800 seat gymnasium. These projects coupled with the 2005 improvements made to the high school provide quality facilities for our students, staff, and the community.
Scott City is a thriving community. In 2012, Scott City earned recognition at an "All American City." This recognition was due largely to the efforts and successes our community made to grow and offer more opportunities to residents. We are a regional center within the immediate area. Our community offers business opportunity, health care, and recreational events, among other interests. Some highlights of our community include: