World Languages/Spanish Teacher

The Rosendale-Brandon School District is seeking a full time World Languages/Spanish teacher beginning with the 2024-2025 school year.  The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic and passionate about working with students as well as dedicated to being a contributing team member to the whole building community.  Candidates should have experience in, or knowledge of, the Wisconsin State Standards for World Languages; those with experience with Acquisition-Driven Instruction or Comprehensible Input will be given special consideration.   Job Description

With the passing of a referendum in the Spring of 2023, the district is undergoing an extensive building project that includes major renovations, as well as new construction, to the existing high school building.  Strong community support is what has made and continues to make the Rosendale-Brandon School District where families, students, and staff choose to live, learn and work. Those looking to join the tradition of excellence that Laconia High School is known for, should send a letter of interest to Principal Diane Raue via email at All other materials should be submitted via WECAN, (resume, letters of recommendation, college transcripts, copy of current DPI license). The position remains open until filled.


Purpose Statement: The CLASSROOM TEACHER will plan, organize and implement an appropriate
instructional program in an elementary, middle, or secondary learning environment that guides and
encourages students to develop and fulfill their academic, social, and emotional potential.
Reports to:
Building principal or other supervising administrator
● Supervises the behavior of students in the classroom, throughout the school, and on
educational trips
● Provides input to supervising administrator regarding teaching assistants assigned to classroom
Essential Functions:
● Plans and develops an engaging, age appropriate course of study in the classroom, adhering to
educational best practices and state and school district curriculum guidelines
● Designs and presents individual lesson plans in one or more academic subject areas using a
variety of teaching techniques that appeal to various learning styles and methods
● Prepares materials for lessons, assignments, and tests; assesses student academic and
behavioral progress and provides meaningful feedback
● Establishes and communicates clear objectives for all learning activities
● Monitors student progress throughout the year and evaluates preparedness for subsequent
academic year
● Communicates all progress and concerns with tact and professionalism to parents and, as
appropriate, to other staff
● Builds and maintains positive relationships with students, parents, and staff
● Enforces safety and security standards for students, staff, and visitors
● Maintains required paperwork for individual student files, attendance and incident reports, and
other necessary records
● Participates in staff meetings, educational conferences, in-service opportunities, workshops, and
other trainings
● Performs other related duties as assigned
● Understanding of pedagogy and best practices in education
● Desire to teach children and ability to adapt to their developmental status
● Ability to design lessons that teach curriculum in an engaging manner while applying various
teaching methods
● Strong supervisory and leadership skills to manage student behavior

● Excellent verbal and written communication skills
● excellent interpersonal skills with a proven ability to maintain professionalism and tact in high
stress situations
● Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
● Creative, analytical, and problem solving skills
● Knowledge and implementation of relevant technology
● Bachelor’s degree in education or related subject required
● State certification in appropriate subject area required
Physical Requirements:
● Prolonged periods sitting at a desk and working on a computer or standing to teach
● Regularly reach with hands and arms
● Must be able to traverse classroom and adjust one’s tone and height, by bending or leaning, in
order to teach each child, as well as lead students to safety in the event of an emergency
● Occasionally lift and/or move up to 15 pounds

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