At Greensboro Montessori School, we believe all our students are filled with potential, ability, and capability. As a Montessori school, we deeply respect the child, as we follow and guide them in their development. We are a 45-year-old, toddler through junior high, American Montessori Society accredited, 232-student school.
Our Upper Elementary teaching team is composed of three full-time faculty members. They pride themselves on working hard, on loving and empowering our students, and in helping students build the foundation for future success at our School and throughout their lives. Through both nurture and challenge, they focus on students’ personal and academic development. We seek a full-time teacher to join our Upper Elementary division, which includes 40 students and is the Montessori three-year cycle of fourth, fifth, and sixth grades (ages 9 through 12).
Most important to us is that our new teammate…
Greensboro Montessori School does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, gender, disability, age, national origin, marital status, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status with respect to recruitment, hiring, compensation, terms, conditions or privileges of employment.
MissionOur mission is to nurture children to be creative, eager learners as they discover their full potential and become responsible, global citizens.
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Heather Goggin - email@example.com
Children's House Montessori School is located in a beautiful wooded setting in Reston, Virginia. We are a small, family-oriented school that offers half-day and full-day childcare programs for children 3 years of age through kindergarten.
Job Title: Assistant Teacher
Education: High School diploma and 6 months in a child care setting required; related college-level course work is preferred.
Work collaboratively in a team of highly dedicated teachers. Carefully prepare the Montessori classroom environment under guidance of the Lead Montessori teacher. Hold an authentic interest in the Montessori approach to education. Assist with planning after school activities. Good leadership and communication abilities. Provide a warm, safe, and stimulating environment where a child’s potential to learn and explore is maximized.
Send resume and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Richmond Montessori School seeks a passionate and experienced Spanish teacher to work within a rigorous, collaborative, and inquiry-based program. This is a part-time position. Responsibilities include teaching Spanish to elementary students grades 4 through 6. The successful candidate will demonstrate a passion for connecting with and guiding students; classroom teaching experience; fluency in the Spanish language; a positive personality with the ability to effectively communicate and collaborate with colleagues and parents; a commitment to ongoing professional growth; and a willingness to maintain and manage a positive and prepared learning environment where the whole child development focuses on each child’s physical, social, emotional and intellectual development. Bachelor’s degree required. Montessori training is a plus.
For over 50 years Richmond Montessori School (RMS) has remained dedicated to providing an authentic Montessori education in a student-centered environment and has remained true to the mission of its founders and the principles of Dr. Maria Montessori. RMS is dually-accredited by the American Montessori Society and the Virginia Association of Independent Schools. The school serves approximately 300 students ages 18 months-14 years on two adjacent campuses, which incorporate almost eight acres of beautiful green space located in the west end area of Richmond, Virginia.
The RMS team is comprised of over fifty passionate professional Montessori educators and support staff, fully committed to our core values of Character, Community, Authenticity, Respect and Excellence. We are eager to welcome someone into our community who will live the mission and core values of our school.
Interested candidates please send a cover letter and resume to Kim Waite at email@example.com.
The Virginia Montessori Association is a non-profit (501(c)3) that was established in 2015 to bring Montessorians in Virginia together and to offer a community from which we all could benefit. Administrators, educators, parents and other supporters can connect, inform and communicate in a way that is of value to all.