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The Lady Lions won the State Championship after defeating Cardinal Mooney 44–41 in Lakeland.

The $19m Pentecost Athletic Center — named after the project’s largest benefactor — includes several courts for basketball, volleyball and wrestling, along with a multi-purpose field for soccer and football.

Senate Bill 52 and House Bill 1159 especially benefit economically disadvantaged students, who rely on state school choice scholarship programs to attend private schools.

House Bill 7045 widens eligibility and maximizes parental choice in K-12 scholarship programs, separately targeting both both low-income and uniquely-abled students and increasing scholarship awards from 95% to 100%.

The $28.5m state scholarship program would serve as a “gateway to college for so many students,” said Dr. Adam Gaffey of Robert F. Monroe Day School in Quincy.

The Federal Government has allocated $213m in emergency services / relief funds for Florida’s non-public schools, to be released under an expedited timeline.

The proposed bill would streamline Florida’s scholarship programs and allow flexible spending options.

Florida policy continues to trend towards school choice as a way of leveling persistent gaps in resources.

For their first High School Choir remote assignment, Orangewood Christian School students recorded Elton John & Bernie Taupin’s “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road”. And it’s awesome!

The maximum enrollment growth for Family Empowerment Scholarships will jump from 7,000 to 28,000 students.

The Florida House has increased teacher salaries by $150 million more than what the Senate proposed — and almost $50m more than Governor Ron DeSantis requested.

One bill raises teachers’ salaries over three years; another wraps early learning programs within the DoE.

The salary increase proposed by Governor Ron DeSantis applies only to public school teachers, but may have a ripple effect on private school salaries.

Seeking ways to further protect the children in our care, Spanish River Christian School engaged Guardian Defense to enhance campus safety and security training.

Private school enrollment has been rising in Florida for a whole decade, with the most dramatic increase — 22,525 students — occurring between 2015/16 and 2016/17.

For Hurricane Irma in 2017, Orange County distributed no fewer than 123,000 sandbags. This team of 9th-graders tested various bags for cost-efficiency, biodegradability, durability and practicality.

The Governor signed the bill in Jerusalem whilst leading a visit to Israel with other officials. It marks the first time in Florida’s history that a law has been enacted on foreign soil.

Action is needed today to restore dual-enrollment access to non-public-school students.

Anderson Spencer, a 1st grader at Kendall Christian School, presented his 3D-printed plant-growing prototype to NASA representatives.

The Family Empowerment Scholarship would be available for about 28,000 students in the next school year.

Senate Democrats attempted unsuccessfully to remove the section in a school safety bill that would potentially arm teachers; the vote went along party lines.

Defeating Seffner Christian, WA’s Men’s Varsity Basketball Team won an historic third consecutive FHSAA Class 4A Basketball State Championship.

Pinewood Christian Academy students have made contact with people all over North America using radio.

High school students can deepen their interest in mathematics and enter the Society’s national contests.

Students will take the NWEA MAP Growth test, which is gaining popularity among private, Christian, and charter schools across Florida.

Member Schools

If you’re a family seeking a Christian school in Florida with nationally recognized accreditation, you found us!

Our member schools are located throughout the Sunshine State, from Pensacola in the panhandle to Miami in the south.


Bethany Christian School
Fort Lauderdale
33316

Located in the Rio Vista neighborhood of downtown Fort Lauderdale, Bethany is well known for offering academic excellence to students—currently approximately 325—in a nurturing, Christ-centered environment.

Leading students into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ


Bradenton Christian School
Bradenton
34209

Founded in 1960 and located minutes from the Gulf of Mexico in sunny Bradenton, we currently serve over 840 students Pre-K–12th grade from church-attending families in Manatee County.


Cambridge Christian School
Tampa
33614

For nearly 50 years, the school’s mission has been to provide excellence in academics, athletics and fine arts for the good of our students and the glory of God.

Christ Church Academy
Vero Beach
32960

TOTS is an affordable, early-education enrichment program for 1–4-year-olds set in a loving Christian environment that includes Bible stories, unit lesson themes, crafts, and playtime.

Christ Church Academy provides an academic community that challenges all of its members to excel in sanctity, scholarship, and

Granada Day School
Coral Gables
33134

Granada Day School is a Christ-centered school offering child care for infants through kindergarten since 1959. It is important to us that the children cherish their school, that school be a familiar place, a home away from home.


Kendall Christian School
Miami
33156

Established in 1973 as a ministry of Kendall Presbyterian Church, we welcome families of all races, national, and ethnic origins. Our small class sizes allow for close relationships between students and teachers.


Maitland Community Preschool
Maitland
32751

An outreach ministry of Orangewood Church, PCA, we serve families from both our church and our local community with part-time programs for children two years of age through Kindergarten.


Orangewood Christian School
Maitland
32751

Located just north of Orlando in Maitland, OCS is a ministry of Orangewood Presbyterian Church (PCA) with over 700 students in grades K–12 and a new $8.5 million expansion to the athletic and high school facilities.


Pinewood Christian Academy
Middleburg
32068

Our mission is to partner with covenant Christian families to educate students in grades VPK through 6th to be world-changers for Christ through a rigorous, Christ-centered, Biblically-based school program.

20 years of educating world-changers for Christ


Real Life Christian Academy
Clermont
34711

We are a private, independent Christian school for preschool through high school students located in the beautiful community of Clermont, Florida.

Redeemer Christian School
Ocala
34476

Located on 52 acres, we emphasize Christian world and life view in all aspects of our educational program. Redeemer serves approximately 275 students from K3 through 11th grade; academic rigor and college preparation remain the focus of middle and high school classes.

Christ in all things


Seven Rivers Christian School
Lecanto
34461

Seven Rivers Christian School exists in partnership with families to shape the hearts and minds of children with a distinctly biblical program of academic rigor, artistic beauty, and athletic competition.


Spanish River Christian School
Boca Raton
33431

SRCS has a 30-year tradition in Boca Raton of high academic standards with accelerated curriculum, advanced technology, and athletics and fine arts programs. We develop a desire in children to study God’s word and apply the Scriptures to their daily lives.


Sunlight Christian Academy
Port St. Lucie
34986

Every child at Sunlight Christian Academy is a unique and important bearer of God’s image. We maintain an individual academic profile for every child that charts his/her learning in each area of our curriculum, and our flexible weekly schedule also reflects our commitment to individualized instruction.


Tampa Bay Christian Academy
Tampa
33604

Tampa Bay Christian Academy of Florida is educating for eternity by seeking to nurture the spirit, mind, and body of the international and culturally diverse Pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade student population through a Christ-centered, developmentally appropriate and safe educational environment.

Educating the mind, engaging the heart, and empowering students to change their world.


Westminster Academy
Fort Lauderdale
33308

Since 1971, Westminster Academy has been a Christ-centered, biblically-based college preparatory school dedicated to equipping covenant students to excel by using their gifts and talents for God’s glory. In 2014 the Lower School earned National Blue Ribbon School recognition as a 2014 Exemplary High Performing School.

Devoted to Christ • Dedicated to Excellence

CSF for Transformational Education

Transformational Education embraces the Gospel as a way of life—a way of thinking, a way of doing ethics, a way of making choices—so that it cannot be segregated out from any other part of life and/or be compartmentalized.

Christian Schools of Florida supports, encourages and accredits Christian early childhood, elementary, and secondary schools in the State of Florida that endorse Transformational Education.

CSF staff and Executive Committee members are credentialed and professional educators experienced in school leadership and accreditation protocols.

We co-accredit with other agencies and have agreements with organizations whose standards we respect and trust.

Member schools enjoy associate, accredited or collaborative status.

CSF for School Accreditation

Accreditation instills new life in a school, fostering a greater awareness among faculty, staff and board members.

“If I bear witness of myself, my witness is not true.”
—John 5:31

CSF accreditation is an ongoing five-year process for school effectiveness and improvement.

Schools accredited elsewhere can also be accredited by CSF, but must be in compliance with the standards of both agencies.

Accreditation by CSF exempts early childhood programs from state licensing.

Strands & Standards

  1. #1. Clear Purpose
  2. #2. School Effectiveness & Improvement
  3. #3. Leadership & Governance
  4. #4. Teaching & Learning
  5. #5. Assessment
  6. #6. Documenting Resources & Systems
  7. #7. Early Childhood

Job Opportunities

History Teacher - Upper School
Westminster Academy

Looking to work in a Christ-centered, transformative and educationally excellent school environment? Westminster Academy is the place for you! Westminster Academy (WA) is a private Christian school offering a range of professional opportunities that include a competitive salary and benefit package. Benefits include medical, vision, dental and life insurance, tuition assistance and a retirement savings plan match. As an employee of WA, you will join a community working together to foster academic excellence in every student. With a rich history over fifty years, Westminster Academy is a school where your professionalism is valued and celebrated, for we know that the heart of a great school is the great teachers in every classroom. The following list indicates possible opening for the 2022-2023 school year.

Requirements

The ideal candidate would be Florida certified and hold a minimum of a bachelor’s degree. Candidates must also have a strong Christian testimony.

Please contact Ellen Trombino at trombinoe@wa.edu if you are interested. More specific information for each position is available. To discover more about Westminster Academy, please see our website at www.wa.edu. An application may be found there.


https://www.wa.edu/
5601 N Federal Highway
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
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Phone: 954.771.4600

Science Teachers 6th - 12th Grades
Cornerstone Academy

Cornerstone Academy is looking for logic and rhetoric Science teachers with experience teaching Science to 6th–12th graders. This is a full or part-time position.

Requirements

Qualified candidates will:

Hold at least a bachelor’s degree in Science or Science education.
Have experience teaching Science to 6th–12th grade students.
Be eager to collaborate with fellow faculty on curriculum.
Demonstrate the ability to communicate well with parents.
Display a love for learning and a passion to cultivate that love in their students.
Agree with and support the school’s statement of faith, attend and be in good standing with a Christian church, and live a life of discipleship under the Lordship of Jesus Christ.

The ideal candidate will:

Have 3+ years of experience teaching Science to 6th–12th grade students.
Have an advanced degree in Science or Science education.
Demonstrate an understanding of and skill in implementing classical curriculum and pedagogy, and seek to grow in his/her understanding of this tradition in order to re-imagine and embody the richest practices of Christian, liberal arts education.
Be capable of instilling in students the art of Science and the love of God’s design.

Salary

Salary will be commensurate with experience.

Candidates interested in applying for this position should submit a resume and cover letter to Headmaster David Leino at David.Leino@ca.school.


http://www.cornerstoneacademy.school
1520 NW 34th Street
Gainesville, FL 32605
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Phone: 352-378-9337
Fax: 352-378-7708

Math Teachers 6th - 12th Grades
Cornerstone Academy

Cornerstone Academy is looking for logic and rhetoric Math teachers with experience teaching Math to 6th–12th graders. This is a full or part-time position.

Requirements

Qualified candidates will:

Hold at least a bachelor’s degree in Math or Math education.
Have experience teaching English to 6th–12th grade students.
Be eager to collaborate with fellow faculty on curriculum.
Demonstrate the ability to communicate well with parents.
Display a love for learning and a passion to cultivate that love in their students.
Agree with and support the school’s statement of faith, attend and be in good standing with a Christian church, and live a life of discipleship under the Lordship of Jesus Christ.

The ideal candidate will:

Have 3+ years of experience teaching Math to 6th–12th grade students.
Have an advanced degree in Math or Math education.
Demonstrate an understanding of and skill in implementing classical curriculum and pedagogy, and seek to grow in his/her understanding of this tradition in order to re-imagine and embody the richest practices of Christian, liberal arts education.
Be capable of instilling in students the art of numbers and the love of God’s order in creation.

Salary

Salary will be commensurate with experience.

Candidates interested in applying for this position should submit a resume and cover letter to Headmaster David Leino at David.Leino@ca.school.


http://www.cornerstoneacademy.school
1520 NW 34th Street
Gainesville, FL 32605
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Phone: 352-378-9337
Fax: 352-378-7708

History Teachers 6th - 12th Grades
Cornerstone Academy

Cornerstone Academy is looking for logic and rhetoric History teachers with experience teaching History to 6th–12th graders. This is a full or part-time position.

Requirements

Qualified candidates will:

Hold at least a bachelor’s degree in History or History education.
Have experience teaching History to 6th–12th grade students.
Be eager to collaborate with fellow faculty on curriculum.
Demonstrate the ability to communicate well with parents.
Display a love for learning and a passion to cultivate that love in their students.
Agree with and support the school’s statement of faith, attend and be in good standing with a Christian church, and live a life of discipleship under the Lordship of Jesus Christ.

The ideal candidate will:

Have 3+ years of experience teaching History to 6th–12th grade students.
Have an advanced degree in History or History education.
Demonstrate an understanding of and skill in implementing classical curriculum and pedagogy, and seek to grow in his/her understanding of this tradition in order to re-imagine and embody the richest practices of Christian, liberal arts education.
Be capable of instilling in students the wonder of God through history and the love of the past.

Salary

Salary will be commensurate with experience.

Candidates interested in applying for this position should submit a resume and cover letter to Headmaster at David.Leino@ca.school.


http://www.cornerstoneacademy.school
1520 NW 34th Street
Gainesville, FL 32605
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Phone: 352-378-9337
Fax: 352-378-7708

English Teachers 6th - 12th Grades
Cornerstone Academy

Cornerstone Academy is looking for logic and rhetoric English teachers with experience teaching English to 6th–12th graders. This is a full or part-time position.

Requirements

Qualified candidates will:

Hold at least a bachelor’s degree in English or English education.
Have experience teaching English to 6th–12th grade students.
Be eager to collaborate with fellow faculty on curriculum.
Demonstrate the ability to communicate well with parents.
Display a love for learning and a passion to cultivate that love in their students.
Agree with and support the school’s statement of faith, attend and be in good standing with a Christian church, and live a life of discipleship under the Lordship of Jesus Christ.

The ideal candidate will:

Have 3+ years of experience teaching English to 6th–12th grade students.
Have an advanced degree in English or English education.
Demonstrate an understanding of and skill in implementing classical curriculum and pedagogy, and seek to grow in his/her understanding of this tradition in order to re-imagine and embody the richest practices of Christian, liberal arts education.
Be capable of instilling in students the art of language and the love of story.

Salary

Salary will be commensurate with experience.

Candidates interested in applying for this position should submit a resume and cover letter to Headmaster David Leino at David.Leino@ca.school.


http://www.cornerstoneacademy.school
1520 NW 34th Street
Gainesville, FL 32605
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Phone: 352-378-9337
Fax: 352-378-7708

Elementary Teachers 1st - 5th Grade
Cornerstone Academy

Cornerstone Academy is looking for grammar (elementary) teachers with experience teaching to 1st–5th graders. This is a full-time position.

Requirements

Qualified candidates will:

Hold at least a bachelor’s degree in Elementary education or comparable subject area.
Have experience teaching to 1st–5th grade students.
Be eager to collaborate with fellow faculty on curriculum.
Demonstrate the ability to communicate well with parents.
Display a love for learning and a passion to cultivate that love in their students.
Agree with and support the school’s statement of faith, attend and be in good standing with a Christian church, and live a life of discipleship under the Lordship of Jesus Christ.

The ideal candidate will:

Have 3+ years of experience teaching to 1st–5th grade students.
Have an advanced degree in Elementary education or comparable subject.
Demonstrate an understanding of and skill in implementing classical curriculum and pedagogy, and seek to grow in his/her understanding of this tradition in order to re-imagine and embody the richest practices of Christian, liberal arts education.
Be capable of instilling in students the love of learning.

Salary

Salary will be commensurate with experience.

Candidates interested in applying for this position should submit a resume and cover letter to Headmaster David Leino at David.Leino@ca.school.


http://www.cornerstoneacademy.school
1520 NW 34th Street
Gainesville, FL 32605
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Phone: 352-378-9337
Fax: 352-378-7708

Middle and High School Spanish Teacher
Bradenton Christian School

Teach Spanish from a Christian perspective to our 8th grade students and our Spanish 1 High School students. Model Christ to our students and families. Fulfill the duties of a full time faculty member.

Requirements

Strong Christian testimony
Strong knowledge of Spanish language and culture
Strong teaching skills
BA or BS in Spanish, Education or related field

Salary

Commensurate with experience and education
Health, retirement and tuition benefits are available

Kelly Seagreaves at kseagreaves@bcspanthers.org


http://www.bcspanthers.org
3304 43rd Street W
Bradenton, FL 34209
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Phone: (941) 792-5454
Fax: (941) 795-7190

Elementary Spanish Teacher
Bradenton Christian School

Teach Spanish k-6th grade from a Christian perspective at Bradenton Christian School. Fulfill the duties of a full time faculty member. Model Christ for our families and students.

Requirements

Strong Christian testimony
Strong knowledge of Spanish language and culture
Strong teaching skills
BA or BS in Spanish, Education or related field

Salary

Commensurate with education and experience
health benefits, retirement match and tuition discount available

Kelly Seagreaves at kseagreaves@bcspanthers.org


http://www.bcspanthers.org
3304 43rd Street W
Bradenton, FL 34209
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Phone: (941) 792-5454
Fax: (941) 795-7190

High School Science Teacher
Orangewood Christian School

Orangewood Christian School is seeking an experienced Science Teacher for High School level courses. Our teachers are building Christian Community within and beyond the school, are active in a church community and serving as Christian role models to students, parents and staff. Teachers are expected to keep abreast of current trends and assist their respective departments with long-term goal planning for the program, developing both short and long term instructional objectives. Teachers must have strong Instructional and Classroom Management skills, including but not limited to: use of various teaching strategies and resources to actively engage students in learning; adjusting curriculum as appropriate; posting lesson plans on RenWeb; evaluating handouts and testing materials against student performance; evaluating students and providing opportunities for students to demonstrate mastery; quickly grading and returning student work; enforcing school discipline policies in a consistent and loving manner; promptly notifying parents and administration of any behavioral or academic problems and organizing classroom and materials for efficient learning. OCS teachers are expected to make meaningful connections between faith and learning in the classroom. Employee is responsible for continuing education and completing certification requirements.

Requirements

Education Requirement: Bachelor’s Degree
Years of Experience: 3-5
Licenses or Certifications: Holds or is in the process of earning a Florida Educator Certificate

For more information, please visit our website at: http://www.orangewoodchristian.org/about/employment.cfm


http://www.ocsrams.org
1300 West Maitland Boulevard
Maitland, FL 32751
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Phone: (407) 339-0223
Fax: (407) 339-4148

High School English Teacher
Orangewood Christian School

Orangewood Christian School is seeking an experienced English Teacher for High School-level courses. Our teachers are building Christian Community within and beyond the school, are active in a church community and serving as Christian role models to students, parents and staff.

Teachers are expected to keep abreast of current trends and assist their respective departments with long-term goal planning for the program, developing both short and long term instructional objectives. Teachers must have strong Instructional and Classroom Management skills, including but not limited to:

use of various teaching strategies and resources to actively engage students in learning
adjusting curriculum as appropriate; posting lesson plans on RenWeb
evaluating handouts and testing materials against student performance
evaluating students and providing opportunities for students to demonstrate mastery
quickly grading and returning student work; enforcing school discipline policies in a consistent and loving manner
promptly notifying parents and administration of any behavioral or academic problems and organizing classroom and materials for efficient learning.
OCS teachers are expected to make meaningful connections between faith and learning in the classroom. Employees are responsible for continuing education and completing certification requirements.

Requirements

Holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English or English Education
Holds or is in the process of earning a Florida Educator Certificate

Candidates are encouraged to visit our website, ocsrams.org. Letter of Introduction and resume may be forwarded to hr@ocsrams.org


http://www.ocsrams.org
1300 West Maitland Boulevard
Maitland, FL 32751
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Phone: (407) 339-0223
Fax: (407) 339-4148

Middle School History/Bible Teacher
Tampa Bay Christian Academy

Tampa Bay Christian Academy is a PreK – 12th grade, independent Christian school located in the Seminole Heights neighborhood of Tampa, FL. We have a 60-plus-year history of excellence and leadership in education in Tampa Bay.

We are in the process of renovating our campus to better serve our families as we reach out to academically disenfranchised, culturally diverse, and economically disadvantaged communities.

We are seeking teachers with strong instructional, technology, and classroom management skills, including the following:

  • Using various instructional strategies to actively engage students in learning
  • Adjusting instruction and curriculum in response to student needs
  • Using differentiated instructional techniques to assist all students and families in learning
  • Knowledge and ability to utilize technology for classroom instruction and assessment
  • Evaluating students through diagnostic, formative and summative assessments to ascertain direction of instruction
  • Demonstrating leadership and administrative management in the classroom
  • Building and maintaining a joyful classroom environment to promote student flourishing
  • Caring for, and communicating regularly with, students, parents and families
  • A growth mindset and desire to challenge students to excel
  • An understanding of diversity and urban ministry.

Requirements

  • A vibrant, personal relationship with Jesus Christ
  • An evident love for children
  • A bachelor’s degree from an accredited university
  • Florida Educator’s Credential or willingness to work towards such
  • A clear understanding and affirmation of the statements of belief held by TBCA.

Salary

Commiserate with experience.

To express interest in the above position, please email a resume and cover letter to Matt Peavyhouse at mpeavyhouse@tbcarams.org.


https://www.tbcarams.org
6815 North Rome Avenue
Tampa, FL 33604
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Phone: 813 343-0600
Fax: 813 343-0601

Middle School Band Director
Bradenton Christian School

Major Responsibilities and Duties:
1. Engage and plan with high school band director to align programmatic curricular and extra-curricular activities.
2. Work with teachers 5-9 to promote and encourage student participation in the band program.
3. Direct junior high instrumental performers, including beginners, intermediate, advanced, soloists, ensembles, and performance/competition.
4. Establish high performance requirements and enforce academic requirements.
5. Provide for band participation at extra-curricular events, including concerts, football games, pep rallies, parades, and FMEA district and state activities.
6. Coordinate school calendar for before/after school rehearsals.
7. Arrange transportation for events taking place off campuses.
8. Engage in efforts to increase the quality and participation in the BCS band program.
9. Comply with state and federal laws, rules, and board policy regarding band.
10. Assist the High School Band Director in efforts to increase parental and family involvement in the BCS music program. Support band booster activities, if applicable.
11. Interpret and implement sound budgetary practices in accordance with school and district guidelines.
12. Ensure that programs are cost effective and managed wisely.
13. Maintain current inventory of all fixed assets within department.
14. Oversee process of cleaning, repairing, and storing all band equipment.
15. Develop and implement plans for instrumental music programs and show written evidence of preparation as required.
16. Prepare lessons that reflect accommodations for individual student differences.
17. Develop and implement differentiated learning strategies to meet the needs of multiple learning styles present in the band classroom.
18. Conduct ongoing assessments of student achievement through formal and informal testing.
19. Evaluate and place students in band classes according to their ability.
20. Create an environment conducive to learning and appropriate for the physical, social, and emotional development of students.
21. Apply and enforce student discipline in accordance with the Student Code of Conduct, student handbook, and band handbook.
22. Accompany and supervise students on all trips.
23. Take all necessary and reasonable precautions to protect students, equipment, materials, and facilities.
24. Establish and maintain open communication by conducting conferences with students, administrators, and teachers.
25 Maintain professional relationships with colleagues, students, parents, administrators, and community members.
26. Work to provide campus, District, and community awareness of band activities and performances.
27. Actively participate in district and area music events, including festivals, FMEA events, etc.
28. Recruit, supervise, and evaluate private lessons instructors and clinicians.
29. Communicate with principal/counselor regarding scheduling student needs.
30. Perform other duties as assigned.

Requirements

• Strong Christian testimony.
• Desire to implement and augment a growing Christian instrumental music program.
• Education/Certification: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, Music/Music Education or Performance.
• Valid Florida teaching certificate, K-12 Music endorsement. Special Knowledge/Skills:
• Ability to manage budgets, scheduling, and personnel.
• Knowledge of state, district, and FMEA policies governing band activities.
• Ability to interpret policies, procedures and data.
• Strong communication, public relations, and interpersonal skills.
• Two years teaching band in an accredited school setting preferred
• Strong brass and/or percussion skills

Salary

Commensurate with education and experience, Health insurance, retirement benefits and salary discount available.

Jeff Myers at jmyers@bcspanthers.org


http://www.bcspanthers.org
3304 43rd Street W
Bradenton, FL 34209
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Phone: (941) 792-5454
Fax: (941) 795-7190

High School Computer Teacher
Bradenton Christian School

We are looking for High School Computer who is a committed follower of Jesus, called to Christian education and has experience integrating faith and learning in the classroom. This position will be instructing Digital Information Technology class, Speech class and College Prep (SAT/ACT test prep and walk through the college admission process).
Digital Information Technology course description: This exciting course provides you with the foundational skills needed for future careers in a variety of technological fields. You’ll explore emerging technologies, digital design, Microsoft Office online applications, operating systems, and much more! Learn your strengths and how they relate to potential career opportunities.
Bradenton Christian School exists to prepare the hearts and minds of God’s children for service in His world, and this cannot happen without teachers who have a passion to know Jesus and make Him known. With daily Bible classes, weekly chapels and teaching every subject area through the lens of a Biblical-Reformed worldview, Bradenton Christian school is Christ-centered in everything we do. We are a college prep school with high academic standards and an interdenominational school family representing more than 90 different churches. Established in 1960, our elementary, middle, and high schools lie on a beautiful, twenty-four-acre campus on the west coast of Florida.

Requirements

The successful candidate will:
• Be certified in Computer/Technology instruction through the Florida Department of Education
• Demonstrate previous experience teaching a computer/technology course in a school setting
• Communicate and collaborate with parents, students, and teachers

Salary

Salary commensurate with education and experience, health insurance and retirement benefits, and a tuition discount are available

Jeff Myers, principal, at jmyers@bcspanthers.org


http://www.bcspanthers.org
3304 43rd Street W
Bradenton, FL 34209
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Phone: (941) 792-5454
Fax: (941) 795-7190

Middle School Electives Teacher
Bradenton Christian School

We are looking for a part time Middle School Electives Teacher who is a committed follower of Jesus, called to Christian education to help students integrate faith and learning in the classroom. This position will be instructing 7th and 8th grade students through middle school Life Skills classes. Other electives might include: Sociology, Journalism, and Study Skills. Bradenton Christian School exists to prepare the hearts and minds of God’s children for service in His world, and this cannot happen without teachers who have a passion to know Jesus and make Him known. With daily Bible classes, weekly chapels and teaching every subject area through the lens of a Biblical-Reformed worldview, Bradenton Christian school is Christ-centered in everything we do. We are a college prep school with high academic standards and an interdenominational school family representing more than 90 different churches. Established in 1960, our elementary, middle, and high schools lie on a beautiful, twenty-four-acre campus on the west coast of Florida.

Requirements

The successful candidate will:
• Candidates must possess a valid Florida Teaching Certificate or have the necessary education and experience to teach a variety of elective middle school classes
• Demonstrate previous experience working with middle school students
• Communicate and collaborate with parents, students, and teachers

Salary

Commensurate with education and experience. Health, retirement and tuition discount benefits available.

Jeff Myers, principal, at jmyers@bcspanthers.org


http://www.bcspanthers.org
3304 43rd Street W
Bradenton, FL 34209
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Phone: (941) 792-5454
Fax: (941) 795-7190

Middle School Science Teacher
Bradenton Christian School

Teach awe for God’s creation through Science classes for our upper middle school students. Model Christ for our students and families. Fulfil duties of a full time faculty member.

Requirements

BA or BS in Science or related field

Salary

Commensurate with education and experience, health and retirement benefits as well as tuition discount available

Kelly Seagreaves at kseagreaves@bcspanthers.org


http://www.bcspanthers.org
3304 43rd Street W
Bradenton, FL 34209
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Phone: (941) 792-5454
Fax: (941) 795-7190

High School English Teacher
Bradenton Christian School

Teach English from a Christian perspective to our high school students. Examine novels and teach writing through the lens of scripture.

Requirements

BA in English or related field

Salary

Commensurate with education and experience. Health and retirement benefits, tuition discount available.

Kelly Seagreaves at kseagreaves@bcspanthers.org


http://www.bcspanthers.org
3304 43rd Street W
Bradenton, FL 34209
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Phone: (941) 792-5454
Fax: (941) 795-7190

6th Grade Language Arts Teacher
Cambridge Christian School

Teachers education and care for the whole student, guided by policies set forth in the Faculty/Staff Manual, the school’s Mission Statement and School Board of Trustees Manual

Spiritual

  • Seek to role model in attitude, speech, and action a consistent daily walk with Jesus Christ
  • Motivate others to accept God’s gift of salvation and grow in their faith
  • Follow the Matthew 18 principal in dealing with students, parents, staff and administration
  • Lead others to a realization of their worth in Christ and cultivate their growth in Christ-like character
  • Subscribe to and promote the statement of faith
  • All staff are ministers of Christ.

Demonstrate love for God

  • Express specific knowledge of the Bible and its application to subject area(s)
  • Practice daily devotions of prayer, reading of God’s Word, and meditation
  • Provide Christian service to others both within and outside the school
  • Model an exemplary Christian walk in speech, attitude and actions
  • Submit to authority out of obedience to Christ

Demonstrate love for students

  • Treat each child as uniquely gifted by God for the purpose of serving others (I Peter 4:10)
  • Show through actions that each child is made to reflect God Himself
  • Discipline all students fairly and firmly out of love for them
  • Encourage all students persistently (catch each of them “doing good”)
  • Guide all students in helping other students learn
  • Evaluate students’ progress in learning with announced criteria fairly applied

Demonstrate professional competence and vision

  • Show a strong knowledge of learning theory, curriculum design, and subject area(s)
  • Construct and/or use courses, units, and lessons that integrate this knowledge
  • Select materials and lesson designs that specifically carry out the goals derived from the school’s mission statement
  • Use evaluation instruments that match the school’s goals and specific objectives, that allow each child to show well what he/she has learned, and that help students meet high expectations of learning
  • Implement 21st Century best practices in the classroom
  • Utilize teaching methods that require student to think critically
  • Pursue further learning of subject area(s) while seeking the best pedagogy for the school’s goals

Communicate effectively according to biblical standards

  • Speak clearly, honestly, and with great concern for the audience
  • Use fresh analogies to connect new concepts to student’s experience
  • Relate stories of God’s faithfulness, personal and communal, with clarity and enthusiasm
  • Guide students to view life through a Biblical worldview perspective
  • Vary the means (visual, audible, tactile) and language (abstract, concrete, metaphorical, etc.) depending on the subject and the needs of all children
  • Encourage each child’s expression, and help students to adopt biblical principles for making choices
  • Model awe for the destructive power of sin and God’s restoration of creation and human beings

Communicate with parents and encourage their participation in their child’s education

  • Communicate with parents when a student is only working at a “D” or “F” level at the earliest possible opportunity

Build Christian community within and outside the school

  • Give help to fellow teachers and support staff
  • Assist student beyond the classroom: playground, hallways, extracurricular sponsorship, personal guidance, etc.
  • Meet with staff members to listen, learn, worship, and exchange advice for helping students meet the goals of the school
  • Contact parents for help in educating their child
  • Provide a classroom atmosphere (displays, warmth, arrangement of furniture etc.) that fosters Christian community

Requirements

  • A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree from an accredited college or university
  • Current certification in this state in the subject area or grade level for which the teacher is hired or obtain certification within two years of employment
  • Committed Christ-follower
  • Active member of a local Bible believing church
  • Demonstrated ability to teach children well

Salary

To be determined

Tracy Moss
tmoss@ccslancers.com


http://ccslancers.com/
6101 N. Habana Avenue
Tampa, FL 33614
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Phone: (813) 872-6744
Fax: (813) 872-6013

High School AP Chemistry Teacher
Westminster Christian School

Westminster is seeking an AP Chemistry teacher who will bring enthusiasm and experience to the classroom.

Applicants must be able to:

Develop lesson plans and original assessments
Keep accurate records of student progress
Communicate with students, parents, and counselors to discuss any concerns or issues that may arise.
Collaborate with the department head and colleagues in their department on a regular basis.
Successful candidates will be able to articulate and implement an educational philosophy based in a reformed, evangelical theology and must be an active member of a Protestant church.

Requirements

Qualified candidates will possess at minimum an undergraduate degree in a related field and be certified or certifiable with the Florida Department of Education.

Salary

Commensurate with education and experience.

Ms. Lori Sakkab
Executive Assistant to the Head of School
HeadofSchool@wcsmiami.org


http://www.wcsmiami.org
6855 S.W. 152nd St
Miami, FL 33157
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Phone: (305) 233-2030
Fax: (305) 253-9623

Academic and College Advisor
Orangewood Christian School

Orangewood Christian School seeks an experienced and passionate Academic and College Advisor. The main responsibility for this role is partnering with students and parents to inform their decisions regarding educational goals and assisting in the college application process.

Requirements

Education Requirement: Master’s Degree
Years of Experience: 5+
Licenses or Certifications: Holds or is in the process of earning a Florida Educator Certificate in School Counseling

For more information, please visit our website at: http://www.orangewoodchristian.org/about/employment.cfm


http://www.ocsrams.org
1300 West Maitland Boulevard
Maitland, FL 32751
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Phone: (407) 339-0223
Fax: (407) 339-4148

HS Part-Time Spanish Teacher
Orangewood Christian School

Orangewood Christian School is seeking an experienced Part-Time Spanish Teacher for High School level courses. Our teachers are building Christian Community within and beyond the school, are active in a church community and serving as Christian role models to students, parents and staff. Teachers are expected to keep abreast of current trends and assist their respective departments with long-term goal planning for the program, developing both short and long term instructional objectives. Teachers must have strong Instructional and Classroom Management skills, including but not limited to: use of various teaching strategies and resources to actively engage students in learning; adjusting curriculum as appropriate; posting lesson plans on RenWeb; evaluating handouts and testing materials against student performance; evaluating students and providing opportunities for students to demonstrate mastery; quickly grading and returning student work; enforcing school discipline policies in a consistent and loving manner; promptly notifying parents and administration of any behavioral or academic problems and organizing classroom and materials for efficient learning. OCS teachers are expected to make meaningful connections between faith and learning in the classroom. Employee is responsible for continuing education and completing certification requirements.

Requirements

Education Requirement: Bachelor’s degree
Years of Experience: 2 plus years of subject matter experience
Licenses or Certifications: Holds or is in the process of earning a Florida Educator Certificate

For more information, please visit our website at: http://www.orangewoodchristian.org/about/employment.cfm


http://www.ocsrams.org
1300 West Maitland Boulevard
Maitland, FL 32751
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Phone: (407) 339-0223
Fax: (407) 339-4148

Upper School Math Teacher
Orangewood Christian School

Orangewood Christian School is seeking an experienced Math Teacher for Upper School level courses. Our teachers are building Christian Community within and beyond the school, are active in a church community and serving as Christian role models to students, parents and staff. Teachers are expected to keep abreast of current trends and assist their respective departments with long-term goal planning for the program, developing both short and long term instructional objectives. Teachers must have strong Instructional and Classroom Management skills, including but not limited to: use of various teaching strategies and resources to actively engage students in learning; adjusting curriculum as appropriate; posting lesson plans on RenWeb; evaluating handouts and testing materials against student performance; evaluating students and providing opportunities for students to demonstrate mastery; quickly grading and returning student work; enforcing school discipline policies in a consistent and loving manner; promptly notifying parents and administration of any behavioral or academic problems and organizing classroom and materials for efficient learning. OCS teachers are expected to make meaningful connections between faith and learning in the classroom. Employee is responsible for continuing education and completing certification requirements.

Requirements

• Teach Math at the upper school level. Possible levels of instruction: – Pre-Algebra – Algebra II – Algebra I – Geometry – Other upper level math courses
• 21st Century skills in communication and classroom instruction.
• Able to manage multiple tasks and “switch gears” quickly.
• Able to learn and integrate new material quickly.
• Excited about continual growth and development on an organizational level as well as individual level.
• Desire to work collaboratively with a team of teachers, administrators and instructional assistants.
• Work within your department to develop short-term and long-term goal planning to meet or exceed standards.
• Assess student performance regularly through quizzes and tests.
• Adjust curriculum as appropriate to meet the needs of the students.
• Cooperate with Educational Services Department in order to meet the needs of students with learning disabilities.
• Provide opportunities outside the regular class time to students who need additional assistance.
• Grade and return student work quickly. Update RenWeb weekly with current grades.
• Update RenWeb weekly with lesson plans and homework.
• Attend and participate in faculty devotions, faculty meetings, parent conferences, evening programs, overnight trips, conventions and other assigned meetings or duties.
• Communicate professionally and regularly with parents (guardians) about student progress/needs.
• Integrate Christian faith with classroom instruction.
• Research and implement new technologies in the classroom, preparing students for 21st century learning.

For more information, please visit our website at: http://www.orangewoodchristian.org/about/employment.cfm


http://www.ocsrams.org
1300 West Maitland Boulevard
Maitland, FL 32751
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Phone: (407) 339-0223
Fax: (407) 339-4148

Communications Manager
Orangewood Christian School

Orangewood’s Communications Manager requires a strategic and analytical mind which can help lead internal teams while delivering high-value communications to support school objectives and stakeholder engagement.

This key position is responsible for creating and implementing communication strategies to drive stakeholder awareness and engagement, and to assist the school in advancing its mission. This multi-faceted role will lead the creation and delivery of unique and engaging internal and external communication and marketing content, inclusive of social media and other digital strategies.

Requirements

Education Requirement: Bachelor’s degree with a focus in education, communications, marketing, public relations, and/or journalism; advanced degree preferred

Qualifications: Communications professional with a minimum of five years in relevant experience

For more information, please visit our website at: http://www.orangewoodchristian.org/about/employment.cfm


http://www.ocsrams.org
1300 West Maitland Boulevard
Maitland, FL 32751
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Phone: (407) 339-0223
Fax: (407) 339-4148

K-8 PE Teacher
Summit Christian School

Summit Christian School is seeking a dedicated Christian teacher for K-8 p.e. for the 2022-2023 school year. SCS is located in Fort Myers, Florida and serves students in Preschool-8th grade. We seek to provide an excellent, high-quality education, rooted in God’s Word. SCS is a unique school family that serves a broad community of faith.

Requirements

Education Requirements: Successful candidates should have earned at minimum a bachelor’s degree with emphasis in physical education preferred. The successful candidate will hold or be able to obtain a valid Florida teaching license.

In addition, Summit Christian School’s teachers:
- Reflect the mission of the school, which is to provide an excellent, high-quality education rooted in God’s word.
- Are expected to integrate Biblical principles and the Christian philosophy of education throughout the curriculum and activities.
- Lead students to a realization of their value in Christ.
- Cooperate with the administration in implementing all policies, procedures, and directives governing the operation of the School.
- Teach classes as assigned following prescribed scope and sequence as scheduled by the administrator.
- Keep proper discipline in the classroom and on the school premises and create a good learning environment.
- Plan broadly through the use of semester and quarterly plans and objectives, and more currently through the lesson planning.
- Utilize valid best practices to achieve curriculum goals within the framework of the school’s philosophy.
- Employ a variety of instructional aids, methods, and materials that will provide for creative teaching to reach the whole child: spiritual, mental, physical, social, and emotional.
- Assess the learning of students on a regular basis and provide progress reports as required.
- Keep students, parents, and the administration adequately informed of progress or deficiencies.
- Recognize the need for good public relations and represent the School in a favorable and professional manner to the school’s constituency and the general public.
- Develop and maintain rapport with students, parents, and staff by treating others with friendliness, dignity, and consideration.
- Follow the Matthew 18 principle in dealing with conflict with students, parents, staff, and administration.
- Attend school functions including, but not limited to: spring musical, awards, band and/or choir concerts, Christmas plays, dramas, and graduations.
Know and respond appropriately to the procedures for dealing with issues of an emergency nature.

Salary

Position Benefits: Health Insurance, Retirement, and Tuition benefit.

Interested candidates should forward Cover Letter and Resume to Betsy Sinke at bsinke@summitchristianschool.org.

http://www.SummitChristianSchool.org
9065 Ligon Ct.
Fort Myers, FL 33908
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Phone: (239) 482-7007
Fax: (239) 481-9617

MS and HS Science Teacher
Cambridge Christian School

Title: US Instructor
Reports to: US Principal and US AP
Work Year: 10 months

Position Focus: An US Instructor will pursue and support the vison, mission, and core values of Cambridge Christian School. An US Instructor will work with the US Principal, US AP, and Department Head, and teachers within their department to partner with parents in the training of all high school students as Kingdom Educators.

Spiritual:

• Seek to role model in attitude, speech, and action a consistent daily walk with Jesus Christ.
• Motivate others to accept God’s gift of salvation and grow in their faith
• Follow the Matthew 18 principle in dealing with students, parents, staff an administration.
• Lead others to a realization of their worth in Christ and cultivate their growth in Christ-like character.
• Subscribe to and promote the statement of faith .
• All staff are ministers of Christ.

INSTRUCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

General
• Assist and monitor any school improvement plans pertaining to their department.
• Attend Open Houses, Parent Night, and Graduation.
• Proctor mid-term and final exams as requested by admin.
• Comply with the discipline procedures as outlined in handbook.
• Comply with the procedures as outlined in the employee handbook; teacher dress, request for time off, no social media interaction with students, sexual ethics, etc.
• Enter daily attendance for every period.
• Establish office hours for the department and communicate with students/families.
• Monitor departmental compliance with all NILD and academic accommodation policies as outlined by Guidance and NILD therapist, to include tracking of extra time for students eligible.
• Participate in J-Term as a lead or support to any of our experimental learning experiences/trips.

Instructional Leadership
• Enter homework on a weekly basis, by Friday or no later than Monday of each week.
• Enter grades on a weekly basis to Ren Web and complete all grades prior to end of each quarter.
• Establish grading distribution/weights as directed by department head and monitor on a weekly basis.
• Participate and enter upcoming test and long-term projects into the US test/project calendar.
• Uphold and comply with department philosophy for homework, missing/make-up work, rigor, and project management.
• Create a course syllabus prior to the start of the school year and seek approval of department head. All information on syllabus should align with all handbook policies.
• Send a communication to parents within the first weeks of school. Maintain open communications with parents throughout the year; course highlights, upcoming projects, trip, student opportunities, teacher office hours, etc.
• Communicate with parents and student in regards to failing grades and student performance immediately, and document all communications.
• Provide Biblical integration in their prospective subjects.

Curricular Leadership
• Create/Update curricular maps for each course through Rubicon Atlas.
• Create/Update lesson plans on a weekly basis. All lesson plans are to be posted in Rubicon Atlas within each corresponding curricular map. Lesson plans will be monitored by department heads.
• Create exams and exam reviews and submit to department head prior to established deadlines.
• Assist the department head through the curricular adaptation process of new curriculum.
• Assist the department head with the coordination of curricular resources for their department; preview new curriculum, track and order curricular resources throughout the year, and oversee all student access to curriculum.
• Inventory any physical curricular resources and distribute accordingly.

Professional Development
• Attend weekly PD offerings provided by CCS.
• Keep abreast of current educational practices and attend professional conferences/workshops as made available by department head and Principals.
• Enter PD to CCSI.
• Monitor and keep abreast of their teacher certification status and progress.
• Establish a practice to reflect and create a plan for obtaining summer PD.

School Culture • Participate in teacher devotions (optional but they are a blessing!). • Lead an advisory group and assist with class events as assigned by Principals. • Attend chapel services and sit with prospective advisory group. • Attend divisional, departmental, and all pre/post planning meetings as directed by admin. • Demonstrate support for the school by attending school events and US events such as fine art events, sporting events, Baccalaureate, US academic events, and marketing/fundraising events. • Maintain a school-wide climate of high expectations, growth mindset, and cooperation.

Salary

Open

Austin Temperley
atemperley@ccslancers.com


http://ccslancers.com/
6101 N. Habana Avenue
Tampa, FL 33614
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Phone: (813) 872-6744
Fax: (813) 872-6013

HS Math Teacher - Algebra and Geometry
Cambridge Christian School

Title: US Instructor
Reports to: US Principal and US AP
Work Year: 10 months

Position Focus: An US Instructor will pursue and support the vison, mission, and core values of Cambridge Christian School. An US Instructor will work with the US Principal, US AP, and Department Head, and teachers within their department to partner with parents in the training of all high school students as Kingdom Educators.

Spiritual:

• Seek to role model in attitude, speech, and action a consistent daily walk with Jesus Christ.
• Motivate others to accept God’s gift of salvation and grow in their faith
• Follow the Matthew 18 principle in dealing with students, parents, staff an administration.
• Lead others to a realization of their worth in Christ and cultivate their growth in Christ-like character.
• Subscribe to and promote the statement of faith .
• All staff are ministers of Christ.

INSTRUCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

General
• Assist and monitor any school improvement plans pertaining to their department.
• Attend Open Houses, Parent Night, and Graduation.
• Proctor mid-term and final exams as requested by admin.
• Comply with the discipline procedures as outlined in handbook.
• Comply with the procedures as outlined in the employee handbook; teacher dress, request for time off, no social media interaction with students, sexual ethics, etc.
• Enter daily attendance for every period.
• Establish office hours for the department and communicate with students/families.
• Monitor departmental compliance with all NILD and academic accommodation policies as outlined by Guidance and NILD therapist, to include tracking of extra time for students eligible.
• Participate in J-Term as a lead or support to any of our experimental learning experiences/trips.

Instructional Leadership
• Enter homework on a weekly basis, by Friday or no later than Monday of each week.
• Enter grades on a weekly basis to Ren Web and complete all grades prior to end of each quarter.
• Establish grading distribution/weights as directed by department head and monitor on a weekly basis.
• Participate and enter upcoming test and long-term projects into the US test/project calendar.
• Uphold and comply with department philosophy for homework, missing/make-up work, rigor, and project management.
• Create a course syllabus prior to the start of the school year and seek approval of department head. All information on syllabus should align with all handbook policies.
• Send a communication to parents within the first weeks of school. Maintain open communications with parents throughout the year; course highlights, upcoming projects, trip, student opportunities, teacher office hours, etc.
• Communicate with parents and student in regards to failing grades and student performance immediately, and document all communications.
• Provide Biblical integration in their prospective subjects.

Curricular Leadership
• Create/Update curricular maps for each course through Rubicon Atlas.
• Create/Update lesson plans on a weekly basis. All lesson plans are to be posted in Rubicon Atlas within each corresponding curricular map. Lesson plans will be monitored by department heads.
• Create exams and exam reviews and submit to department head prior to established deadlines.
• Assist the department head through the curricular adaptation process of new curriculum.
• Assist the department head with the coordination of curricular resources for their department; preview new curriculum, track and order curricular resources throughout the year, and oversee all student access to curriculum.
• Inventory any physical curricular resources and distribute accordingly.

Professional Development
• Attend weekly PD offerings provided by CCS.
• Keep abreast of current educational practices and attend professional conferences/workshops as made available by department head and Principals.
• Enter PD to CCSI.
• Monitor and keep abreast of their teacher certification status and progress.
• Establish a practice to reflect and create a plan for obtaining summer PD.

School Culture • Participate in teacher devotions (optional but they are a blessing!). • Lead an advisory group and assist with class events as assigned by Principals. • Attend chapel services and sit with prospective advisory group. • Attend divisional, departmental, and all pre/post planning meetings as directed by admin. • Demonstrate support for the school by attending school events and US events such as fine art events, sporting events, Baccalaureate, US academic events, and marketing/fundraising events. • Maintain a school-wide climate of high expectations, growth mindset, and cooperation.

Salary

Open

Austin Temperley
atemperley@ccslancers.com


http://ccslancers.com/
6101 N. Habana Avenue
Tampa, FL 33614
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Phone: (813) 872-6744
Fax: (813) 872-6013

Part-time School Nurse
Spanish River Christian School

Beginning in August, for the 2022-23 school year, the School Clinic needs a part-time Registered Nurse to share the school nurse position. Job duties include providing students with basic health services throughout the school day, administering medications, facilitating hearing, vision, and other health screenings, updating students’ medical records, monitor student immunization and health exam records, educate students and staff on health procedures.

Requirements

A degree in Nursing and valid state certification along with CPR certification. Must enjoy working with children. Requires good organizational and communication skills, knowledge of state health regulations and basic computer software.

Salary

Based on experience.

Please contact the school office for an application or more information (561) 994-5006, or send email to kwyant@spanishriver.com.


http://spanishriverchristianschool.com/
2400 Yamato Road
Boca Raton, FL 33431
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Phone: (561) 994-5006
Fax: (561) 994-1160

Summer Camp Counselor
Spanish River Christian School

Spanish River Christian is seeking summer camp counselors (approx 6 1/2 hours per day) for its Summer Outreach and Recreation camp program (SOAR), supervising children and facilitating activities. SOAR is for students in Preschool 3’s through 5th grade.

Requirements

If you are a college student, or high school grad (must be 18), looking for a summer job and enjoy working with children, you can work one week, two, or all six weeks of camp. Camp runs from June 13-July 22.

Salary

Based on experience.

Please call the school office (994-5006) for more information and an application.


http://spanishriverchristianschool.com/
2400 Yamato Road
Boca Raton, FL 33431
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Phone: (561) 994-5006
Fax: (561) 994-1160

Middle School Teacher, Bible
Spanish River Christian School

Spanish River Christian School is seeking a qualified Middle School Bible Teacher for the 2022-23 school year.

For 40 years, Spanish River Christian School has maintained high academic standards while leading and nurturing our preschool through 8th grade students in their Christian faith.

Located in Boca Raton, FL, Spanish River Christian is a ministry of Spanish River Presbyterian Church.

Requirements

Qualified candidates must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree, a strong walk with the Lord, and be state certified or eligible for certification.

Salary

Based on experience

Office Administrator, kwyant@spanishriver.com; (561)994-5006 ×225


http://spanishriverchristianschool.com/
2400 Yamato Road
Boca Raton, FL 33431
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Phone: (561) 994-5006
Fax: (561) 994-1160

Director of new Language-Based Learning Difficulties Program
Westminster Christian School

Westminster Christian School is seeking an expert in language-based learning difficulties with a vision to lead the exciting work of founding a new program within the school. The Horizons program will provide children with language-based learning differences an opportunity to thrive in a rigorous academic setting where they are taught by a committed, experienced, and creative faculty. Educators who have dreamed of designing and building a program to support students with language-based learning difficulties will find a high-functioning, supportive leadership team and community ready to support this project.

The Director of Horizons will join the Westminster team in the summer of 2022 and will have a year to plan, hire, and prepare to meet the first class of students in the fall of 2023. A year of planning and collaboration will include making key initial hires, developing a marketing and communications strategy to extend the opportunity to students beyond Westminster, developing curriculum and special programs, preparing the physical space, and translating the strong Westminster culture into the new division.

For more than 60 years, Westminster Christian School has provided an outstanding educational experience to South Florida’s Christian community through our mission of empowering learners, preparing hearts, and inspiring lives to faithfully serve as ambassadors for Jesus Christ. We are now extending our innovative approach to education into a market in need of a new model. Horizons will provide extraordinary educational opportunities to children with language based-learning disabilities such as dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia, preparing students for a successful transition into mainstream classes at the appropriate time.

Westminster Christian School’s Horizons program will be an extension of our existing PK-12 program, guided by the school’s existing vision and mission. The program will be located off campus to promote an environment focused on our students’ special needs, but just minutes from Westminster’s primary campus. The target opening date for Horizons will be in the fall of 2023 with 15 elementary students, with a goal of growing the program to approximately 70 students by year three. This will be the only program of its kind among South Florida Christian schools, filling a critical need for families whose students require additional support and for whom Christian education is a priority.

OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES
Exciting Opportunities:
• Becoming a part of a stable and vibrant school. The Director of Horizons will build upon the successes of a well-respected and dynamic school with a strong and healthy culture, robust enrollment, and excitement about the development of this new program.
• Embracing a unique opportunity to design and establish a new program from the ground up, hire faculty and staff, and create engaging and relevant curriculum evolving from a clear vision of educational purpose.
• Enjoying the support of a strong leadership team. Members of the leadership team share a passion for providing excellent Christian education, a strong work ethic, respect for one another, and a desire to continually grow and improve.
Projected Challenges:
• Developing an off-campus location into an appropriate learning facility.
• Recruiting talented faculty and staff during the current labor and economic situation.
• Balancing the creation of a new and distinct program while still incorporating the
strong Westminster culture.

Requirements

DESIRED QUALITIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
• Member of a Protestant church with a passion for Christian education
• Master’s degree with background in language-based learning difficulties
• Significant and successful classroom experience teaching students with language-based learning disabilities (dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, as well as ADHD)
• Collaboration, persistence, and creativity
• Experience with project management and team building
• Strong communications skills and strength in building and maintaining connections and community among colleagues, divisions, parents, and students
• Entrepreneurial spirit ready to meet the day-to-day demands and opportunities of a start-up
• Financial acumen, fiscal prudence, and a track record of launching, incubating, and developing major programs
• Leadership experience within an educational setting
• Proven experience and involvement within a community, including networking
and fundraising

Salary

Commensurate with experience and education.

Lori Sakkab
Executive Assistant to the Head of School
HeadofSchool@wcsmiami.org


http://www.wcsmiami.org
6855 S.W. 152nd St
Miami, FL 33157
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Phone: (305) 233-2030
Fax: (305) 253-9623

1st Grade Teacher
Tampa Bay Christian Academy

Tampa Bay Christian Academy is a PreK – 12th grade, independent Christian school located in the Seminole Heights neighborhood of Tampa, FL. We have a 60-plus-year history of excellence and leadership in education in Tampa Bay. We are in the process of renovating our campus to better serve our families as we reach out to academically disenfranchised, culturally diverse, and economically disadvantaged communities.

We are seeking teachers with strong instructional, technology, and classroom management skills, including the following:

• Using various instructional strategies to actively engage students in learning.
• Adjusting instruction and curriculum in response to student needs.
• Using differentiated instructional techniques to assist all students and families in learning.
• Knowledge and ability to utilize technology for classroom instruction and assessment.
• Evaluating students through diagnostic, formative and summative assessments to ascertain direction of instruction.
• Demonstrating leadership and administrative management in the classroom.
• Building and maintaining a joyful classroom environment to promote student flourishing.
• Caring for, and communicating regularly with, students, parents and families.
• A growth mindset and desire to challenge students to excel.
• An understanding of diversity and urban ministry.

Requirements

-A vibrant, personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
-An evident love for children. 
-A bachelor’s degree from an accredited university.
-Florida Educator’s Credential or willingness to work towards such.
-A clear understanding and affirmation of the statements of belief held by TBCA.

Salary

Commiserate with experience.

To express interest in the above position, please email a resume and cover letter to Lisa Moldauer at mpeavyhouse@tbcarams.org


https://www.tbcarams.org
6815 North Rome Avenue
Tampa, FL 33604
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Phone: 813 343-0600
Fax: 813 343-0601

6th Grade Science Teacher
Orangewood Christian School

Orangewood Christian School is seeking a 6th Grade Science Teacher. Science teaching experience is preferred.

Our teachers are building Christian Community within and beyond the school, are active in a church community and serving as Christian role models to students, parents and staff.

Teachers are expected to keep abreast of current trends and assist their respective departments with long-term goal planning for the program and developing both short and long term instructional objectives.

Teachers must have strong instructional and classroom management skills, including:

  • use of various teaching strategies and resources to actively engage students in learning
  • adjusting curriculum as appropriate
  • posting lesson plans on RenWeb
  • evaluating handouts and testing materials against student performance
  • evaluating students and providing opportunities for students to demonstrate mastery
  • grading and returning student work in a timely manner
  • enforcing school discipline policies in a consistent and loving manner
  • promptly notifying parents and administration of behavioral or academic concerns and organizing classroom materials for efficient learning.

OCS teachers are expected to make meaningful connections between faith and learning in the classroom.

Requirements

  • Education Requirement: Bachelor’s Degree
  • Years of Experience: 2+
  • Licenses or Certifications: Holds or is in the process of earning a Florida Educator Certificate

For more information, please visit our website at: http://www.orangewoodchristian.org/about/employment.cfm


http://www.ocsrams.org
1300 West Maitland Boulevard
Maitland, FL 32751
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Phone: (407) 339-0223
Fax: (407) 339-4148

MS Cheerleading Coach (Football)
Cambridge Christian School

POSITION DESCRIPTION

Title: Head Coach
Reports to: Athletic Director
Work Year: Seasonal

Position Focus: The focus of the Head Coach is to teach student-athletes the skills of a sport and how they should properly utilize those skills as they participate in that sport. The purpose of this position is to oversee all coaches and student-athletes, from LS to the varsity level, ensuring the overall development and growth of the program. The Head Coach interacts directly with other coaches, parents, and student-athletes as a representative of the mission and vision of CCS.

Spiritual:
• Seek to role model in attitude, speech, and action a consistent daily walk with Jesus Christ.
• Motivate others to accept God’s gift of salvation and grow in their faith as part of a discipleship focused program.
• Follow the Matthew 18 principal in dealing with students, parents, staff, and administration.
• Lead others to a realization of their worth in Christ and cultivate their growth in Christ-like character.
• Subscribe to and promote the statement of faith, mission, and vision of CCS.
• All staff are ministers of Christ.

Position Parameters:
• Devise a plan of discipleship, at all levels of the program, ensuring that in all things Christ is pre-eminent and that older athletes are developing younger athletes spiritually and athletically.
• Actively seek opportunities to raise financial support for the development of athletic facilities in collaboration with athletic director.
• Supervise the coaching staff at all levels of the program, to ensure athletes and coaches are growing spiritually, athletically, and socially.
• Conduct evaluations of your coaching staff and other coaches in the overall program.
• Assign coaches and student-athletes to assist in the intramural program for your sport in support of growing your program as the foundational level.
• Operate within the annual budget for your support in consultation with the AD.
• Oversee the ordering of spirit pack items for your sport on all levels, in consultation and approval of the AD.
• Attend at least one coaching clinic per year for professional development.
• Ensure attendance of your coaching staff, on all levels, at the annual coaches training.
• Maintain unity with the AD, keeping him informed on the details of your program and not operate as an “Island” unto yourself.
• Work well with other coaches of other sports to “Share” our athletes in support of the overall athletic program.
• Represent CCS at FHSAA district planning meetings for your sport.
• Ensure your coaches have completed appropriate background checks and have been approved by the AD before offering them a position in your program.
• Have regular meetings with your coaching staff to ensure continuity of the program as it relates to development and discipleship.
• Conduct/plan/organize/staff a summer camp for your sport.
• Ensure that all players within your system have physicals and are academically eligible for participation and have paid their sport fees.
• Provide list of needs, wants, and desires to AD for budget consideration.
• Plan team outings/outreach for your program to increase unity with your sport.
• Complete inventory of equipment and uniforms and store properly.
• Report scores/results to MaxPreps and athletic office.
• Market your players to the media and provide opportunities for college placement.
• Provide AD with teams you would like to play for scheduling purposes.
• Make an overall practice schedule for all teams within your sport in consultation with the athletic director for placement on the calendar.
• Provide support for all HOME games as requested by the AD i.e.: gate workers/scorebook/concessions within your sport.
• Help place athletes within your program on teams according to talent and ability.
• Consult with athletic director, coaches, and parents on team issues.
• Coordinate coaching assignments and travel supervision for all teams.
• Monitor CCS compliance with FHSAA rules and regulations.
• Conducts parent meetings for your sport giving guidance to coaches on all levels.
• Plan off-season conditioning programs and camps for your sport in consultation with the athletic director.
• Oversee field/gym conditions and report needs to AD, properly securing equipment, organizing storage area, and keeping balls/uniforms locked up after use.
• Provide the AD with sport award nights information i.e.: award names, prepare presentation script and ensure attendance by all players and parents.
• Complete all assigned duties, as given by the athletic director, in a timely manner.
• Keep equipment codes confidential and only for coaching staff, not players.
• Maintain cleanliness of uniforms and when after the washer/dryer facility room, ensure the door is locked and secure. Inform AD when/if laundry detergent is empty.
• Sweep and keep the gym floor clean and pick up all dust and properly dispose in trash can, not leaving piles of dust alongside the gym floor.
• After cleaning the floor, properly place brooms/mops back into the appropriate location.
• Water/Gatorade rolling carts are only used for games, not practices. Large bottles of water in the jugs are not for filling up coolers for games and/or practices.
• Maintain proper care of the scoreboard control panels and properly secure after each use.
• Keep the concession door always locked and secure after use.
• Maintain a sense of authority as the head coach and not seek to be “buddy-buddy” with your players. They have friends, they need a coach and mentor. This will help ensure proper respect is always shown.
• Be a counseling resource for your players, but not “friend” them on social media or have “private” chats with your student-athletes via texting etc.

Qualifications:
• Minimum of 2 years’ experience of coaching the sport.
• Complete all FHSAA requirements to coach.
• Complete Fingerprinting/Background Check
• Certified in CPR and First Aid
• Obtain CDL as directed by the AD

Requirements

Qualifications:
• Minimum of 2 years’ experience of coaching the sport.
• Complete all FHSAA requirements to coach.
• Complete Fingerprinting/Background Check
• Certified in CPR and First Aid
• Obtain CDL as directed by the AD

Salary

Open

Mark Butler
mbutler@ccslancers.com


http://ccslancers.com/
6101 N. Habana Avenue
Tampa, FL 33614
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: (813) 872-6744
Fax: (813) 872-6013

Assistant Football Coach
Cambridge Christian School

Job Title: Assistant Coach
Department: Athletics
Reports To: Head Coach and Athletic Director

Purpose Statement:
The purpose of this position is to help the Head Coach oversee all coaches and discipleship for your specific sport and ensure the overall program development from intramural to the varsity level.

Spiritual:
• Seek to role model in attitude, speech, and action a consistent daily walk with Jesus Christ.
• Motivate others to accept God’s gift of salvation and grow in their faith.
• Follow the Matthew 18 principal in dealing with students, parents, staff and administration.
• Lead others to a realization of their worth in Christ and cultivate their growth in Christ-like character.
• Subscribe to and promote the statement of faith and serve as a role model for that faith
• All staff are ministers of Christ.

Scope:
This person interacts directly with coaches, parents, and students as a representative of CCS. The supervision of a coordinated program and oversight of coaches are essential in this role. The Assistant Coach has responsibility for helping the Head Coach in supervising coaching staff assignments, operating within the budget, and maintaining a spiritual and professional environment in the sport.

Specific Responsibilities (All of these are in support of the Head Coach):
• Devise a plan of discipleship at all levels of the program ensuring that in all things Christ is pre-eminent ensuring that student leaders are developing younger athletes spiritually and athletically.
• Actively seek opportunities to raise financial support for the development of athletic facilities in collaboration with athletic director.
• Supervise the coaching staff of the sport program on all levels to ensure athletes and coaches are growing spiritually, athletically, and socially.
• Conduct evaluations of your coaching staff and overall program.
• Assign coaches to oversee the intramural program for your sport i.e.: student-athletes.
• Operate within the annual budget report and spending for the sport.
• Oversee the ordering of spirit pack items for your sport on all levels.
• Attend at least one coaching clinic for professional development.
• Ensure attendance of coaching staff, on all levels, at coaches training sessions.
• Attend coaches’ meetings as assigned by the athletic director.
• Represent CCS at district planning meetings for your sport.
• Ensure your coaching staff has completed appropriate background checks and have been approved by the AD before offering them a position in your program.
• Have regular meetings with your coaching staff to ensure continuity of the program.
• Conduct/plan/organize/staff a summer camp for your sport.
• Ensure that all players within your system have physicals and are academically eligible for participation and have paid their sport fees.
• Provide list of needs, wants, and desires to AD for budget consideration.
• Plan team outings/outreach for your program to increase unity with your sport.
• Complete inventory of equipment and uniforms and store properly.
• Report scores/results to the newspapers and athletic office.
• Market your players to the media and provide opportunities for college placement.
• Provide AD with teams you would like to play for scheduling purposes.
• Make an overall practice schedule for all teams within your sport in consultation with the athletic director.
• Provide support for gate admission/scorebook for all home games within your sport.
• Help place athletes within your program on teams according to talent and ability .
• Consult with athletic director, coaches, and parents on team issues.
• Coordinate coaching assignments and travel supervision for all teams.
• Monitor CCS compliance with FHSAA rules and regulations.
• Accounts for coaching staff attendance coverage at all events.
• Conducts parent meetings for your sport giving guidance to coaches on all levels.
• Develop and supervise coordinated program school-wide in the sport i.e.: intramurals.
• Supervise coaching standards, training, and professional behavior.
• Plan off-season conditioning programs and camps for your sport in consultation with the athletic director.
• Oversee field/gym conditions and report needs to athletic director.
• Supervise and coordinate sport award nights and ensure coaches responsibilities are carried out i.e.: highlight video, signing certificates, turning in names of award recipients and preparing presentation of awards etc….
• Be a counseling resource for coaches and athletes.
• Fulfill all assigned coaching responsibilities.
• Complete other assigned duties as given by the athletic director.

Requirements

Qualifications/Skills/Gifts:

• Strong commitment to the mission of CCS as well as the athletic philosophy of CCS.
• Effective Christ-like leader in all areas of life.
• Minimum of 2 years’ experience of coaching students.
• Managerial and coaching experience.
• Communication, management, and organizational skills.
• Certified in CPR and First Aid.
• Obtain before coaching or maintain CDL.

Work Schedule:
Varies based upon sport coaching: Fall/Winter/Spring/Summer.

Salary

Open

Mark Butler
mbutler@ccslancers.com


http://ccslancers.com/
6101 N. Habana Avenue
Tampa, FL 33614
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: (813) 872-6744
Fax: (813) 872-6013

MS and HS Volleyball Coach
Cambridge Christian School

POSITION DESCRIPTION

Title: Head Coach
Reports to: Athletic Director
Work Year: Seasonal

Position Focus: The focus of the Head Coach is to teach student-athletes the skills of a sport and how they should properly utilize those skills as they participate in that sport. The purpose of this position is to oversee all coaches and student-athletes, from LS to the varsity level, ensuring the overall development and growth of the program. The Head Coach interacts directly with other coaches, parents, and student-athletes as a representative of the mission and vision of CCS.

Spiritual:
• Seek to role model in attitude, speech, and action a consistent daily walk with Jesus Christ.
• Motivate others to accept God’s gift of salvation and grow in their faith as part of a discipleship focused program.
• Follow the Matthew 18 principal in dealing with students, parents, staff, and administration.
• Lead others to a realization of their worth in Christ and cultivate their growth in Christ-like character.
• Subscribe to and promote the statement of faith, mission, and vision of CCS.
• All staff are ministers of Christ.

Position Parameters:
• Devise a plan of discipleship, at all levels of the program, ensuring that in all things Christ is pre-eminent and that older athletes are developing younger athletes spiritually and athletically.
• Actively seek opportunities to raise financial support for the development of athletic facilities in collaboration with athletic director.
• Supervise the coaching staff at all levels of the program, to ensure athletes and coaches are growing spiritually, athletically, and socially.
• Conduct evaluations of your coaching staff and other coaches in the overall program.
• Assign coaches and student-athletes to assist in the intramural program for your sport in support of growing your program as the foundational level.
• Operate within the annual budget for your support in consultation with the AD.
• Oversee the ordering of spirit pack items for your sport on all levels, in consultation and approval of the AD.
• Attend at least one coaching clinic per year for professional development.
• Ensure attendance of your coaching staff, on all levels, at the annual coaches training.
• Maintain unity with the AD, keeping him informed on the details of your program and not operate as an “Island” unto yourself.
• Work well with other coaches of other sports to “Share” our athletes in support of the overall athletic program.
• Represent CCS at FHSAA district planning meetings for your sport.
• Ensure your coaches have completed appropriate background checks and have been approved by the AD before offering them a position in your program.
• Have regular meetings with your coaching staff to ensure continuity of the program as it relates to development and discipleship.
• Conduct/plan/organize/staff a summer camp for your sport.
• Ensure that all players within your system have physicals and are academically eligible for participation and have paid their sport fees.
• Provide list of needs, wants, and desires to AD for budget consideration.
• Plan team outings/outreach for your program to increase unity with your sport.
• Complete inventory of equipment and uniforms and store properly.
• Report scores/results to MaxPreps and athletic office.
• Market your players to the media and provide opportunities for college placement.
• Provide AD with teams you would like to play for scheduling purposes.
• Make an overall practice schedule for all teams within your sport in consultation with the athletic director for placement on the calendar.
• Provide support for all HOME games as requested by the AD i.e.: gate workers/scorebook/concessions within your sport.
• Help place athletes within your program on teams according to talent and ability.
• Consult with athletic director, coaches, and parents on team issues.
• Coordinate coaching assignments and travel supervision for all teams.
• Monitor CCS compliance with FHSAA rules and regulations.
• Conducts parent meetings for your sport giving guidance to coaches on all levels.
• Plan off-season conditioning programs and camps for your sport in consultation with the athletic director.
• Oversee field/gym conditions and report needs to AD, properly securing equipment, organizing storage area, and keeping balls/uniforms locked up after use.
• Provide the AD with sport award nights information i.e.: award names, prepare presentation script and ensure attendance by all players and parents.
• Complete all assigned duties, as given by the athletic director, in a timely manner.
• Keep equipment codes confidential and only for coaching staff, not players.
• Maintain cleanliness of uniforms and when after the washer/dryer facility room, ensure the door is locked and secure. Inform AD when/if laundry detergent is empty.
• Sweep and keep the gym floor clean and pick up all dust and properly dispose in trash can, not leaving piles of dust alongside the gym floor.
• After cleaning the floor, properly place brooms/mops back into the appropriate location.
• Water/Gatorade rolling carts are only used for games, not practices. Large bottles of water in the jugs are not for filling up coolers for games and/or practices.
• Maintain proper care of the scoreboard control panels and properly secure after each use.
• Keep the concession door always locked and secure after use.
• Maintain a sense of authority as the head coach and not seek to be “buddy-buddy” with your players. They have friends, they need a coach and mentor. This will help ensure proper respect is always shown.
• Be a counseling resource for your players, but not “friend” them on social media or have “private” chats with your student-athletes via texting etc.

Requirements

Qualifications:
• Minimum of 2 years’ experience of coaching the sport.
• Complete all FHSAA requirements to coach.
• Complete Fingerprinting/Background Check
• Certified in CPR and First Aid
• Obtain CDL as directed by the AD

Salary

Open

Mark Butler
mbutler@ccslancers.com


http://ccslancers.com/
6101 N. Habana Avenue
Tampa, FL 33614
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: (813) 872-6744
Fax: (813) 872-6013

High School Math Teacher
Cambridge Christian School

POSITION DESCRIPTION

Title: US Instructor
Reports to: US Principal and US AP
Work Year: 10 months

Position Focus: An US Instructor will pursue and support the vison, mission, and core values of Cambridge Christian School. An US Instructor will work with the US Principal, US AP, and Department Head, and teachers within their department to partner with parents in the training of all high school students as Kingdom Educators.

Spiritual:

• Seek to role model in attitude, speech, and action a consistent daily walk with Jesus Christ.
• Motivate others to accept God’s gift of salvation and grow in their faith
• Follow the Matthew 18 principle in dealing with students, parents, staff an administration.
• Lead others to a realization of their worth in Christ and cultivate their growth in Christ-like character.
• Subscribe to and promote the statement of faith .
• All staff are ministers of Christ.

INSTRUCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

General
• Assist and monitor any school improvement plans pertaining to their department.
• Attend Open Houses, Parent Night, and Graduation.
• Proctor mid-term and final exams as requested by admin.
• Comply with the discipline procedures as outlined in handbook.
• Comply with the procedures as outlined in the employee handbook; teacher dress, request for time off, no social media interaction with students, sexual ethics, etc.
• Enter daily attendance for every period.
• Establish office hours for the department and communicate with students/families.
• Monitor departmental compliance with all NILD and academic accommodation policies as outlined by Guidance and NILD therapist, to include tracking of extra time for students eligible.
• Participate in J-Term as a lead or support to any of our experimental learning experiences/trips.

Instructional Leadership
• Enter homework on a weekly basis, by Friday or no later than Monday of each week.
• Enter grades on a weekly basis to Ren Web and complete all grades prior to end of each quarter.
• Establish grading distribution/weights as directed by department head and monitor on a weekly basis.
• Participate and enter upcoming test and long-term projects into the US test/project calendar.
• Uphold and comply with department philosophy for homework, missing/make-up work, rigor, and project management.
• Create a course syllabus prior to the start of the school year and seek approval of department head. All information on syllabus should align with all handbook policies.
• Send a communication to parents within the first weeks of school. Maintain open communications with parents throughout the year; course highlights, upcoming projects, trip, student opportunities, teacher office hours, etc.
• Communicate with parents and student in regards to failing grades and student performance immediately, and document all communications.
• Provide Biblical integration in their prospective subjects.

Curricular Leadership
• Create/Update curricular maps for each course through Rubicon Atlas.
• Create/Update lesson plans on a weekly basis. All lesson plans are to be posted in Rubicon Atlas within each corresponding curricular map. Lesson plans will be monitored by department heads.
• Create exams and exam reviews and submit to department head prior to established deadlines.
• Assist the department head through the curricular adaptation process of new curriculum.
• Assist the department head with the coordination of curricular resources for their department; preview new curriculum, track and order curricular resources throughout the year, and oversee all student access to curriculum.
• Inventory any physical curricular resources and distribute accordingly.

Professional Development
• Attend weekly PD offerings provided by CCS.
• Keep abreast of current educational practices and attend professional conferences/workshops as made available by department head and Principals.
• Enter PD to CCSI.
• Monitor and keep abreast of their teacher certification status and progress.
• Establish a practice to reflect and create a plan for obtaining summer PD.

School Culture • Participate in teacher devotions (optional but they are a blessing!). • Lead an advisory group and assist with class events as assigned by Principals. • Attend chapel services and sit with prospective advisory group. • Attend divisional, departmental, and all pre/post planning meetings as directed by admin. • Demonstrate support for the school by attending school events and US events such as fine art events, sporting events, Baccalaureate, US academic events, and marketing/fundraising events. • Maintain a school-wide climate of high expectations, growth mindset, and cooperation.

Salary

Open

Austin Temperley
atemperley@ccslancers.com


http://ccslancers.com/
6101 N. Habana Avenue
Tampa, FL 33614
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: (813) 872-6744
Fax: (813) 872-6013

High School History Teacher
Cambridge Christian School

POSITION DESCRIPTION

Title: US Instructor
Reports to: US Principal and US AP
Work Year: 10 months

Position Focus: An US Instructor will pursue and support the vison, mission, and core values of Cambridge Christian School. An US Instructor will work with the US Principal, US AP, and Department Head, and teachers within their department to partner with parents in the training of all high school students as Kingdom Educators.

Spiritual:

• Seek to role model in attitude, speech, and action a consistent daily walk with Jesus Christ.
• Motivate others to accept God’s gift of salvation and grow in their faith
• Follow the Matthew 18 principle in dealing with students, parents, staff an administration.
• Lead others to a realization of their worth in Christ and cultivate their growth in Christ-like character.
• Subscribe to and promote the statement of faith .
• All staff are ministers of Christ.

INSTRUCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

General
• Assist and monitor any school improvement plans pertaining to their department.
• Attend Open Houses, Parent Night, and Graduation.
• Proctor mid-term and final exams as requested by admin.
• Comply with the discipline procedures as outlined in handbook.
• Comply with the procedures as outlined in the employee handbook; teacher dress, request for time off, no social media interaction with students, sexual ethics, etc.
• Enter daily attendance for every period.
• Establish office hours for the department and communicate with students/families.
• Monitor departmental compliance with all NILD and academic accommodation policies as outlined by Guidance and NILD therapist, to include tracking of extra time for students eligible.
• Participate in J-Term as a lead or support to any of our experimental learning experiences/trips.

Instructional Leadership
• Enter homework on a weekly basis, by Friday or no later than Monday of each week.
• Enter grades on a weekly basis to Ren Web and complete all grades prior to end of each quarter.
• Establish grading distribution/weights as directed by department head and monitor on a weekly basis.
• Participate and enter upcoming test and long-term projects into the US test/project calendar.
• Uphold and comply with department philosophy for homework, missing/make-up work, rigor, and project management.
• Create a course syllabus prior to the start of the school year and seek approval of department head. All information on syllabus should align with all handbook policies.
• Send a communication to parents within the first weeks of school. Maintain open communications with parents throughout the year; course highlights, upcoming projects, trip, student opportunities, teacher office hours, etc.
• Communicate with parents and student in regards to failing grades and student performance immediately, and document all communications.
• Provide Biblical integration in their prospective subjects.

Curricular Leadership
• Create/Update curricular maps for each course through Rubicon Atlas.
• Create/Update lesson plans on a weekly basis. All lesson plans are to be posted in Rubicon Atlas within each corresponding curricular map. Lesson plans will be monitored by department heads.
• Create exams and exam reviews and submit to department head prior to established deadlines.
• Assist the department head through the curricular adaptation process of new curriculum.
• Assist the department head with the coordination of curricular resources for their department; preview new curriculum, track and order curricular resources throughout the year, and oversee all student access to curriculum.
• Inventory any physical curricular resources and distribute accordingly.

Professional Development
• Attend weekly PD offerings provided by CCS.
• Keep abreast of current educational practices and attend professional conferences/workshops as made available by department head and Principals.
• Enter PD to CCSI.
• Monitor and keep abreast of their teacher certification status and progress.
• Establish a practice to reflect and create a plan for obtaining summer PD.

School Culture • Participate in teacher devotions (optional but they are a blessing!). • Lead an advisory group and assist with class events as assigned by Principals. • Attend chapel services and sit with prospective advisory group. • Attend divisional, departmental, and all pre/post planning meetings as directed by admin. • Demonstrate support for the school by attending school events and US events such as fine art events, sporting events, Baccalaureate, US academic events, and marketing/fundraising events. • Maintain a school-wide climate of high expectations, growth mindset, and cooperation.

Salary

Open

Austin Temperley
atemperley@ccslancers.com


http://ccslancers.com/
6101 N. Habana Avenue
Tampa, FL 33614
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: (813) 872-6744
Fax: (813) 872-6013

High School English Teacher
Cambridge Christian School

POSITION DESCRIPTION

Title: US Instructor
Reports to: US Principal and US AP
Work Year: 10 months

Position Focus: An US Instructor will pursue and support the vison, mission, and core values of Cambridge Christian School. An US Instructor will work with the US Principal, US AP, and Department Head, and teachers within their department to partner with parents in the training of all high school students as Kingdom Educators.

Spiritual:

• Seek to role model in attitude, speech, and action a consistent daily walk with Jesus Christ.
• Motivate others to accept God’s gift of salvation and grow in their faith
• Follow the Matthew 18 principle in dealing with students, parents, staff an administration.
• Lead others to a realization of their worth in Christ and cultivate their growth in Christ-like character.
• Subscribe to and promote the statement of faith .
• All staff are ministers of Christ.

INSTRUCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

General
• Assist and monitor any school improvement plans pertaining to their department.
• Attend Open Houses, Parent Night, and Graduation.
• Proctor mid-term and final exams as requested by admin.
• Comply with the discipline procedures as outlined in handbook.
• Comply with the procedures as outlined in the employee handbook; teacher dress, request for time off, no social media interaction with students, sexual ethics, etc.
• Enter daily attendance for every period.
• Establish office hours for the department and communicate with students/families.
• Monitor departmental compliance with all NILD and academic accommodation policies as outlined by Guidance and NILD therapist, to include tracking of extra time for students eligible.
• Participate in J-Term as a lead or support to any of our experimental learning experiences/trips.

Instructional Leadership
• Enter homework on a weekly basis, by Friday or no later than Monday of each week.
• Enter grades on a weekly basis to Ren Web and complete all grades prior to end of each quarter.
• Establish grading distribution/weights as directed by department head and monitor on a weekly basis.
• Participate and enter upcoming test and long-term projects into the US test/project calendar.
• Uphold and comply with department philosophy for homework, missing/make-up work, rigor, and project management.
• Create a course syllabus prior to the start of the school year and seek approval of department head. All information on syllabus should align with all handbook policies.
• Send a communication to parents within the first weeks of school. Maintain open communications with parents throughout the year; course highlights, upcoming projects, trip, student opportunities, teacher office hours, etc.
• Communicate with parents and student in regards to failing grades and student performance immediately, and document all communications.
• Provide Biblical integration in their prospective subjects.

Curricular Leadership
• Create/Update curricular maps for each course through Rubicon Atlas.
• Create/Update lesson plans on a weekly basis. All lesson plans are to be posted in Rubicon Atlas within each corresponding curricular map. Lesson plans will be monitored by department heads.
• Create exams and exam reviews and submit to department head prior to established deadlines.
• Assist the department head through the curricular adaptation process of new curriculum.
• Assist the department head with the coordination of curricular resources for their department; preview new curriculum, track and order curricular resources throughout the year, and oversee all student access to curriculum.
• Inventory any physical curricular resources and distribute accordingly.

Professional Development
• Attend weekly PD offerings provided by CCS.
• Keep abreast of current educational practices and attend professional conferences/workshops as made available by department head and Principals.
• Enter PD to CCSI.
• Monitor and keep abreast of their teacher certification status and progress.
• Establish a practice to reflect and create a plan for obtaining summer PD.

School Culture • Participate in teacher devotions (optional but they are a blessing!). • Lead an advisory group and assist with class events as assigned by Principals. • Attend chapel services and sit with prospective advisory group. • Attend divisional, departmental, and all pre/post planning meetings as directed by admin. • Demonstrate support for the school by attending school events and US events such as fine art events, sporting events, Baccalaureate, US academic events, and marketing/fundraising events. • Maintain a school-wide climate of high expectations, growth mindset, and cooperation.

Salary

Open

Austin Temperley
Atemperley@ccslancers.com


http://ccslancers.com/
6101 N. Habana Avenue
Tampa, FL 33614
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: (813) 872-6744
Fax: (813) 872-6013

High School STEM Teacher
Cambridge Christian School

POSITION DESCRIPTION

Title: US Instructor
Reports to: US Principal and US AP
Work Year: 10 months

Position Focus: An US Instructor will pursue and support the vison, mission, and core values of Cambridge Christian School. An US Instructor will work with the US Principal, US AP, and Department Head, and teachers within their department to partner with parents in the training of all high school students as Kingdom Educators.

Spiritual:

• Seek to role model in attitude, speech, and action a consistent daily walk with Jesus Christ.
• Motivate others to accept God’s gift of salvation and grow in their faith
• Follow the Matthew 18 principle in dealing with students, parents, staff an administration.
• Lead others to a realization of their worth in Christ and cultivate their growth in Christ-like character.
• Subscribe to and promote the statement of faith .
• All staff are ministers of Christ.

INSTRUCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

General
• Assist and monitor any school improvement plans pertaining to their department.
• Attend Open Houses, Parent Night, and Graduation.
• Proctor mid-term and final exams as requested by admin.
• Comply with the discipline procedures as outlined in handbook.
• Comply with the procedures as outlined in the employee handbook; teacher dress, request for time off, no social media interaction with students, sexual ethics, etc.
• Enter daily attendance for every period.
• Establish office hours for the department and communicate with students/families.
• Monitor departmental compliance with all NILD and academic accommodation policies as outlined by Guidance and NILD therapist, to include tracking of extra time for students eligible.
• Participate in J-Term as a lead or support to any of our experimental learning experiences/trips.

Instructional Leadership
• Enter homework on a weekly basis, by Friday or no later than Monday of each week.
• Enter grades on a weekly basis to Ren Web and complete all grades prior to end of each quarter.
• Establish grading distribution/weights as directed by department head and monitor on a weekly basis.
• Participate and enter upcoming test and long-term projects into the US test/project calendar.
• Uphold and comply with department philosophy for homework, missing/make-up work, rigor, and project management.
• Create a course syllabus prior to the start of the school year and seek approval of department head. All information on syllabus should align with all handbook policies.
• Send a communication to parents within the first weeks of school. Maintain open communications with parents throughout the year; course highlights, upcoming projects, trip, student opportunities, teacher office hours, etc.
• Communicate with parents and student in regards to failing grades and student performance immediately, and document all communications.
• Provide Biblical integration in their prospective subjects.

Curricular Leadership
• Create/Update curricular maps for each course through Rubicon Atlas.
• Create/Update lesson plans on a weekly basis. All lesson plans are to be posted in Rubicon Atlas within each corresponding curricular map. Lesson plans will be monitored by department heads.
• Create exams and exam reviews and submit to department head prior to established deadlines.
• Assist the department head through the curricular adaptation process of new curriculum.
• Assist the department head with the coordination of curricular resources for their department; preview new curriculum, track and order curricular resources throughout the year, and oversee all student access to curriculum.
• Inventory any physical curricular resources and distribute accordingly.

Professional Development
• Attend weekly PD offerings provided by CCS.
• Keep abreast of current educational practices and attend professional conferences/workshops as made available by department head and Principals.
• Enter PD to CCSI.
• Monitor and keep abreast of their teacher certification status and progress.
• Establish a practice to reflect and create a plan for obtaining summer PD.

School Culture • Participate in teacher devotions (optional but they are a blessing!). • Lead an advisory group and assist with class events as assigned by Principals. • Attend chapel services and sit with prospective advisory group. • Attend divisional, departmental, and all pre/post planning meetings as directed by admin. • Demonstrate support for the school by attending school events and US events such as fine art events, sporting events, Baccalaureate, US academic events, and marketing/fundraising events. • Maintain a school-wide climate of high expectations, growth mindset, and cooperation.

Salary

Open

Austin Temperley
Atemperley@ccslancers.com


http://ccslancers.com/
6101 N. Habana Avenue
Tampa, FL 33614
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Phone: (813) 872-6744
Fax: (813) 872-6013

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