High School Social Studies/PE/Coach

Holton USD #336 School District has Elementary Teachers openings for the 2019-20 school year grades Pre-K through 5th. We are looking for energetic and innovative teachers.  If this fits you and you are ready to commit to a great group of students with a supportive community, we want to talk to you!  We want you to try new things and be successful!  If you can excel at making learning relevant and build relationships, this job is waiting for you and will start in August 2019.  Visit our website at www.holtonks.net for our on-line application and additional information on current openings in our district. These positions are open until filled.

Submit the following information:

Holton School Application (located on our website)

Letter of interest

Resume

Copy of current teaching license

Copies of transcripts

Letters of recommendation

WE ARE AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY AGENCY

Holton, USD 336


Benefits are based on the current negotiated agreement that includes salary protection, sick leave, medical insurance (a portion paid by the district), Based on the current negotiated agreement.
Job Start Date: August-6-2019
Applications Due By: August-1-2019

Job Contact Information

Deborah Michael - d.michael@holtonks.net - 785-364-3650

Employer Information

Holton, USD 336 www.holtonks.net

USD 336, Holton is located 30 miles north of Topeka nestled in the rolling hills of Northeast Kansas. Holton is a classic midwestern community in the center of Jackson County.  We have a student population of approximately 1,800 students.   There are three attendance centers:  Holton Elementary School Pre-K to 5th Grade, Holton Middle School Grades 6- 8, and Holton High School 9-12.  The High School is a 4A school.  The school district is dedicated to continuous school improvement with a caring and supportive environment.

Phone:  785-364-3650

Fax:  785-364-3975

Address:

515 Pennsylvania Ave

Holton, KS  66436

 


Employer Address: 515 Pennsylvannia Ave. Holton, Kansas


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