The TBLSEC, Tonganoxie/Basehor-Linwood Special Education Cooperative, is accepting applications for a teacher of Pathways, a community-based program designed to assist students aged 18-21 with adaptive to severe cognitive disabilities in the transition from school to adult life.
Applicants must have, or be eligible for, a valid Kansas teaching license with a special education endorsement. Consideration will also be given to applicants who have or are eligible for a provisional license or are willing to work towards special education licensure through the waiver process. To be eligible for the waiver process, applicants must have a valid Kansas teaching license. Applicants working toward special education licensure through the limited apprentice program with an approved plan of study will also be given consideration.
Basehor-Linwood Unified School District 458 serves students and families in a 90 square mile area of southern Leavenworth County, Kansas. K-12 students attend one of six district attendance centers. K-5 buildings are located in Linwood, Basehor and the Glenwood Ridge subdivision. Students in grades 6, 7 and 8 attend Basehor-Linwood Middle School in Basehor, near the center of the district. Basehor-Linwood High School, located in Basehor, is a 4A school, serving students in grades 9 through 12.
BLHS was named a 2012 National Blue Ribbon School. In addition, the district operates Basehor-Linwood Virtual School, an internet-based school serving approximately 250 K-12 students statewide.
Special Education services are provided by the Tonganoxie/Basehor-Linwood Special Education Cooperative located in Basehor.
USD 458 is part of a vibrant, growing suburban area with expanding student population and tax base. The mission of USD 458 is to serve all students developing and reaching their potential.
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