This is official notification that USD #364 Marysville is seeking applications for an anticipated opening in the following position for the 2018-2019 school year:
Special Education Teacher/Behavior Specialist
We are currently accepting applications for a secondary and elementary level Special Education Teacher and Behavior Specialist for the 2018-2019 school year. This position is for a well-established classroom serving students with academic and social-emotional concerns.
Location: Marshall County Special Services Cooperative—Marysville, KS
Requirements: Kansas Certification and applicable endorsements. Preference will be given to applicants who are fully certified, but provisional certification will be considered.
Interested persons that have questions about this position should contact Mrs. Caroline Green, Director of Special Education, via phone (785) 562-2943, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Persons wishing to be considered for this position should fill out the certified application which is available online on the school’s website http://marysville364ks.apptegy.us/o/district/page/employment-information--4
Supporting documents needed for the application are: cover letter, resume, credentials or letters of reference, copies of transcripts, and a copy of Kansas teaching license. Applications will be accepted until this position OR the position for the Secondary Special Education Teacher (Grades 7-12) is filled.
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Marysville Public Schools is a 3A district of about 700 students. The district is composed of a pre-K to sixth grade Elementary building and a seven to twelve secondary school. Marysville is the county seat of Marshall County, is a beautiful and prosperous town located near the Big Blue River in Northeast Kansas at the intersection of two US highways – US36 and US77.
Marysville Junior/Senior High consists of two buildings that are connected by a breezeway. Right behind those buildings is one of the most beautiful football stadiums in the state of Kansas. Faculty, staff, and students share teachers & classroom space in our complex. Our mission is to promote responsible life-long learners, who can communicate and work effectively in a diverse, global, and technological society.
The mission of Marysville Elementary School is to provide a foundation of skills necessary to become productive members of society.
Marysville Elementary Believes: All students can learn.
All students deserve opportunities to develop their potential.
All students have dignity and worth.
All students deserve a safe environment that promotes learning.
Self-discipline is a learned skill necessary for success in life.
Reading, computation, problem-solving, and communication skills
are essential for success in life.
All staff members are role models.
All students deserve opportunities to practice self expression and citizenship.