The TBLSEC (Tonganoxie/Basehor-Linwood Special Education Cooperative) is accepting applications for a Special Education Teacher for the Structured Learning Classroom at Basehor Linwood High School for the 2019-20 school year.
Candidates must have, or be eligible for, a valid Kansas High Incidence Special Education teaching license. Candidates must have knowledge of supports and interventions to address the needs of students with autism spectrum disorders.
College coursework in autism spectrum disorders and experience teaching students with autism spectrum disorders is preferred. The TBLSEC will consider candidates with a provisional special education license or those who are eligible for a waiver while working on a special education program through a Kansas university.
Basehor-Linwood USD 458
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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