Secondary English-Language Arts position available for Bennington Jr./Sr. High school for the 2019-2020 school year.
Potential coaching positions may be available.
Paid fringe package and a certified matching annuity program are available through the district.
Please apply at: www.usd240.org > District > Human Resources > Apply Here > Certified Application
A cover letter, resume, Certified Application, copy of your license, and 3 letters of reference are required to apply to: firstname.lastname@example.org.Twin Valley USD 240
The Twin Valley School District serves approximately 625 students in grades pre-K through 12. The district employs approximately 95 certified and classified staff. The school district provides bus transportation to students who live 2.5 or more miles from school. The food service department has both a breakfast and lunch program providing students with healthy and nutritious meals. Bennington is located just 12 miles North of Salina and is easily assessed by I-35 and K-18. Tescott is located just 16 miles west of Bennington or 22 miles northwest of Salina on K-18. Both towns have the small town living but are close to Salina and Concordia conveniences. Twin Valley Schools prides itself on its dedication to serve students and making students our number one priority. The Twin Valley School District strives to stay on the cutting edge of educational trends and technology and seeks to employ staff that is forward thinking and willing to accept the challenges of the 21st century. The district has a 1-1 laptop initiative in 4th through 12th grade. Our students and staff are among the best! A dedicated Board of Education, administrative team, teaching staff, support staff, parents, and community strengthen the efforts of the Twin Valley School District to provide the best educational opportunities possible for students. There is a high level of student involvement in school activities. The Twin Valley School District offers pre-kindergarten, special education, 4 year old at-risk, all-day kindergarten, gifted, and at-risk programs as well as counseling, social work, and speech therapy. The Board of Education has made a commitment to keep class sizes low at the primary grades. Facilities and equipment are continuously upgraded to provide a safe environment conducive to learning. A $6.2 million building addition was completed in 2008 and provided both schools with beautiful new additions which helps serve our students to the best of our abilities. Come see what we have to offer!