Social Studies Teacher: Grades 7 and 8
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St John's Prep School, Danvers, MA 

Accredited by NEASC

 

Social Studies Teacher: Grades 7 and 8

St. John’s Prep is an inclusive, Catholic, Xaverian Brothers Sponsored School for young men in grades 6 through 12. Founded on the Xaverian values of compassion, humility, simplicity, trust and zeal, we educate students to be, do and stand for good in the world. We enroll 1,500 students from more than 60 communities.

Grades 7 and 8 social studies faculty are part of an interdisciplinary team, and teach two sections of grade 7 and two sections of grade 8 each day. The grades 7 and 8 social studies curriculum is thematically based and includes units on classical and modern civics, constitutional government, and case studies on civil and human rights. Faculty also serve as advisors to a group of grade 7 or grade 8 students. The Middle School program of study can be found here on our school website.

 

We are particularly interested in candidates with demonstrated effectiveness in interdisciplinary teaching and using technology as a vehicle for learning gains. The grade 7 theme is serve, focusing on group dynamics and community building with a particular emphasis on servant leadership. In grade 8, the theme is appreciate, exploring multiculturalism and diversity with an emphasis on empathy and respect for human differences.

 

All members of the faculty are expected to give witness to the mission of St. John’s. In addition to classroom teaching responsibilities, St. John’s encourages all members of the faculty to be involved in the life of the school beyond the classroom. The school offers a wide range of co-curricular, intramural and interscholastic programs.

 

For more information about St. John’s Prep, including our academic, spiritual and student life programs, please visit www.stjohnsprep.org.

 

Interested candidates are asked to send a cover letter, résumé, and academic transcripts to Director of Human Resources Tracii Schaeublin at tschaeublin@stjohnsprep.org.

 

 

Posted June 2019

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