Grade 6-12 Science Teacher

Background: The School District of North Fond du Lac is located five miles north of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin in Fond du Lac County. We serve over 1550 pre-kindergarten through 12th-grade students. providing well-designed lessons by removing barriers and providing meaningful feedback helps to build success within all student learners. We are seeking an intelligent, motivated, passionate, innovative, and engaging teacher who will meet the needs of all students by effectively collaborating with the staff and partnering with our families. Our new science teacher will be passionate and committed to their students’ sense of belonging and well-being, They will include student voice into the classroom. while exhibiting strong interpersonal and leadership skills.

Overall Expectations:
● Your role is to come to school prepared to be the best version of yourself, as an individual who is concerned for others and gives respect to all.
● Enter each day curious and work to contribute as well as demonstrate your skills.
● Participate in the NFDL school community and represent yourself in the best possible way in and out of school always

Qualities you need to do the job to be successful in NFDL:
● Time management
● Management and preparation for learning
● Ability to work with others
● Empathy
● Respect for others’ stories
● Willingness to take risks
● Acceptance of the learning associated with failure
● Completion of your tasks
● Ownership of your success
● Demonstration of your knowledge and learning
● Be present using active listening

Leadership Responsibilities: (you influence others in every experience)
● Maintain optimism
● Be curious
● Be gritty
● Be kind
● Care for others and yourself
● Care for school, halls, classrooms, and campus
● Represent our school and our staff in the community with dignity and pride
● Be a role model for your fellow colleagues and students

Qualifications and Responsibilities
● Plan and deliver effective instruction to students individually and in groups, using various teaching methods that provide students with opportunities to observe, question, and investigate.
● Ability to collaborate with special and general education colleagues to improve student learning.
● Ability to collaborate with colleagues that work with English Language Learners (ELL) to improve student learning.
● Willingness and ability to build relationships and engage with families.
● Use data to adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students’ varying needs and interests.
● Knowledgeable in Wisconsin state standards and be able to modify and adapt the curriculum to meet individual student learning needs.
● Understand the IEP process and have the ability to assist in the evaluation of children possessing a variety of disabilities.
● Understanding of the developmental stages of literacy and use of developmentally appropriate practices and strategies.
● Strong communications skills, both written and oral, and interpersonal skills.
● Ability to be flexible and work well with support staff, parents, and administration.
● Ability to perform other related duties as assigned.

Compensation: Full Benefits Package: WI Retirement, Health, Dental and Life Insurance, Long and Short Term Disability, Paid Personal Days, Paid Holidays, Accumulative Sick Leave, Flexible Spending or Health Saving Accounts, 403(b) Voluntary Retirement Accounts, Health and Financial Wellness Program, Professional Development, optional payroll deduction for savings products, Employee Assistance Program.

Contact: Mike Gonzalez, Principal
920-929-3754 (ext. 4101)

● Years of Experience Required = 0
● Years of Experience Preferred = 3+
● Degree = Bachelor
● Certifications Required:
○ 27 (Grade 7-12) – 620/1620 General Science
● Certifications Desired:
○ 2600 Science – grades 4-12
○ Biology (605/1605), Chemistry (610/1610), Physics (625/1625) and Earth/Space Science (635/1635)

Application Requirements:
● Cover Letter
● Resume
● Letters of Recommendation
● References
● Transcripts and Licenses/Certification Required

Candidates who apply prior to the deadline will receive first consideration.

The School District of North Fond du Lac is an Equal Opportunity employer and does not discriminate against applicants or employees based on race; age; sex or sexual orientation; gender or gender identity; creed or religion; color; handicap or disability; marital, citizenship, or veteran status; membership in the National Guard, state defense force, or reserves; national origin or ancestry; arrest or conviction record; use or non-use of lawful products off the District’s premises during non-working hours; or any other characteristic protected by law. The District encourages applications from all segments of the population.

  • An Equal Opportunity Employer

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