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  • Tuesday, May 11, 2021 2:49 PM | Anonymous

    All Day Montessori is an established Montessori full day early childhood school located in the Beverly community since 1995.  We are seeking a passionate Montessorian to continue our mission as our Head of School.  The ideal candidate would possess leadership and communication skills, operational experience and passion for bringing the Montessori method to children from ages 15 months through 6 years of age.

    Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

    • Promote and support the vision and the mission of the school

    • Chief administrative officer responsible for the smooth internal operation of the school.

    • Curriculum Development 

    • Communication with staff, families, the Board of Directors and the community

    • Hiring, supporting and managing teaching and support staff

    • Oversight of enrollment and coordination of fundraising

    • Financial oversight

    Qualifications (we’d love to talk with you if you possess):

    • Bachelor’s degree (Required)

      • Prefer in Early Childhood or degree with an emphasis in early childhood
    • AMS, AIMS, or AMI Montessori teacher certification (Preferred)

    • Director Qualified (Preferred)

      • Licensed childcare administration or willingness to take coursework to meet the requirements
    • Teaching experience (Required)

      • Montessori setting preferred
    • Administrative experience (Preferred) 

      • Prior administrative role in a school setting


    • Compensation:

      • $50,000.00 to $70,000.00, Commensurate with education and experience
    • Benefits:

      • 401K
      • Health insurance partial reimbursement
      • Paid time off and holidays
      • Tuition reimbursement
      • Tuition discount for children of employees

    Resumes and inquiries to:

  • Tuesday, May 11, 2021 2:39 PM | Anonymous

    Rogers Park Montessori School is seeking a dedicated Learning Specialist to provide academic support to students with learning differences in a Montessori environment. The candidate will work closely with students, teachers, and parents to develop learning strategies tailored to each student’s individual needs to support their academic progress.

    The qualified candidate will have experience working with diverse learning populations, will possess strong written and oral communication skills, be able and willing to jump into a collaborative planning and teaching process, and be an active member of the life of the school.

    The position will require creativity and flexibility, and a strong background in working with students with diverse learning needs. Strong collaborative skills are essential for this position, including regular communication with teachers. This teacher should be prepared to differentiate learning for a wide range of children’s abilities and interests.

    Primary Job Responsibilities

    • Participate actively in weekly team meetings with teachers, Learning Specialist Coordinator and Program Director
    • Take part in collaborative planning with teacher teams
      • Weekly 1:1 meeting with teachers reviewing students’ progress for the week-areas of concern/struggle, identifying help needed
      • Guiding teachers in implementing class accommodations, modifications, executive functioning supports, and observing student performance
      • Give specific feedback to support student growth.
    • Utilize school resources to plan supplemental instructional programs for individuals or small groups of students, in-class and pull-out models supporting
      • Executive functioning skills to plan their work period
      • Academic areas including reading comprehension, math concepts and fact fluency, the writing process, and long term project planning and execution
      • Differentiate curriculum and instructional methods as appropriate to support students of all levels
      • Implement research-based interventions and monitor student progress.
      • Help students to develop effective learning strategies that promote academic improvement
    • Help identity struggling students and collect information to share with parents using
      • Classroom observations
      • Progress monitoring
      • Diagnostic teaching
    • Communicate thoughtfully, respectfully, and clearly with parents and colleagues.
    • Demonstrate a love of working with children, nurturing the whole child in developmentally appropriate ways.

    Qualifications and Skills

    • Bachelor’s degree in education with special education/LBS1 certification or endorsement required; master's degree in education preferred.
    • Experience teaching students with diverse learning needs.
    • Extensive knowledge of learning differences and strategies.
    • Have an understanding of the different developmental stages of learning.
    • Have an understanding of formative and summative assessments as well as other authentic strategies.
    • Willingness to learn and grow professionally.
    • Experience teaching students in a variety of classes and age groups.
    • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
    • Ability to work effectively with students, teachers, parents, and school administration.
    • Passion for bettering the lives of students.


    • Starting salary at $50,000, commensurate with experience
    • Health, dental, vision coverage available for full-time employees.
    • 401k matching

    Application Information

    Please submit resumes and cover letter to

    RPMS is committed to ensuring our employees represent our diverse school community and to creating an inclusive workplace environment welcoming to people of all backgrounds. RPMS strongly encourages applications from people of color, people of all genders and sexual orientations, people with disabilities, and provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment.  RPMS prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

  • Tuesday, May 11, 2021 2:33 PM | Anonymous


    Nestled in the Bowmanville neighborhood just 10 miles north of downtown Chicago, Rogers Park Montessori School serves children ages 2-14. The students, teaching faculty, and parents of our two toddler classrooms, six 3-6 classrooms, five 6-9 classrooms, four 9-12 classrooms, and one Middle School classroom are a close-knit school community. We have a proud tradition of teacher collaboration and support.


    We seek a Toddler Full Day Head Teacher who will also serve as our Toddler Program Substitute Director. The ideal person has strong organization and communication skills and values working as part of a dynamic, creative team.

    Toddler Full Day Head Teacher Responsibilities

    • Guide and direct the children’s activities academically, emotionally, and physically.
    • Maintain curriculum planning, observational, academic records and progress reports.
    • Maintain an orderly, clean environment, allowing children participation as appropriate.
    • Supervise the classroom Assistant/Intern, providing guidance and training as needed.
    • Conduct parent conferences, prepare newsletters and provide on-going communication to parents as needed.
    • Proactively initiate discussions with the Principal, Program Director and parents in the early stages of issues.

    Toddler Full Day Head Teacher Minimum Qualifications

    • AMS/AMI certified in Toddler OR
    • 6 ECE Hours AND 60 semester hours, and a grounding in Montessori philosophy (or a willingness to learn)

    Toddler Program Substitute Director

    The Toddler Program Substitute Director assists the Program Director and assumes decision-making responsibility whenever the Program Director is unavailable, providing educational support to direct the children’s activities academically, emotionally, and physically.

    Toddler Program Substitute Director Minimum Qualifications

    • 21 ECE hours in early childhood (ages birth-age 6) AND
    • Associates Degree in early childhood education OR 64 semester hours in any discipline


    • $41,000, commensurate with experience
    • Health, dental, vision coverage available for full-time employees
    • 401k matching


    Please submit resume and cover letter to

    RPMS is committed to ensuring our employees represent our diverse school community and to creating an inclusive workplace environment welcoming to people of all backgrounds. RPMS strongly encourages applications from people of color, people of all genders and sexual orientations, people with disabilities, and provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment. RPMS prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

  • Tuesday, May 11, 2021 2:27 PM | Anonymous

    Nestled in the Bowmanville neighborhood just 10 miles north of Downtown Chicago, Rogers Park Montessori School, established in 1966, serves children ages 2-14. We have a proud tradition of teacher collaboration and support. The students, teaching faculty, and parents of our two toddler classrooms, six 3-6 classrooms, five 6-9 classrooms, four 9-12 classrooms, and one Middle School classroom comprise a close-knit school community.

    Currently, we are seeking a motivated Children’s House Classroom Assistant with strong organization and communication skills who values working as part of a dynamic, creative team to join our school community.


    Position Summary

    The Classroom Assistant assists the Head Teacher to guide the children’s activities academically, emotionally, and physically in a prepared Montessori environment that challenges each child to reach his/her fullest potential. The Classroom Assistant is responsible for upholding the purpose, standards and policies of RPMS as outlined in the Parent and Employee Handbooks under the supervision and evaluation of the Head Teacher. The Classroom Assistant is expected to conduct himself/herself in an ethical and business professional manner at all times. The Classroom Assistant must maintain all personal information about children, families, organizational issues and other school matters as confidential.

    Essential Functions/Responsibilities:

    Interactions with Children

    • Provide a positive role model for the children in attitude, speech and attire, treating all children with dignity and respect.
    • Develop a positive rapport with children.
    • Encourage uninvolved children to participate, balancing time between children working and involving children who are not.
    • Model a respectful, quiet speaking voice.
    • Communicate effectively with children.
    • Interact regularly with the children by introducing materials, allowing the children to work independently without interrupting concentration, observing at a distance and helping children as necessary.
    • Oversee the safety and physical well-being of the children at all times.


    • Assist in preparing an environment in which the furnishings and materials are complete and correspond to the needs of the group.
    • Assist in the care and maintenance of classroom materials.
    • Assist in maintaining an orderly environment, keeping it clean and sanitary, and in good aesthetic shape, allowing the children to share this responsibility when possible.
    • Assist in maintaining an inventory of the classroom yearly.
    • Assist in training and supervising children in the execution of fire drills, including the routing and building exits.
    • Protect the privacy and working atmosphere of the class at all times.

    Record Keeping and Reporting

    • Assist in maintaining curriculum planning, observational and academic records, attendance, and progress reports for each student.
    • Report any and all accidents immediately. Prepare a written report stating the date, time and nature of accident, including action taken. Notify Head Teacher.
    • Communicate all unusual or observable incidents immediately to the Head Teacher.

    General Administration

    • Assist the Head Teacher in implementing school policies and procedures, adult orientation and educational design as requested.
    • Attend staff meetings and other school meetings as required.
    • Prepare annual goals, participate in self-evaluations, and consult with the Head Teacher regarding professional growth and development.
    • Assist with other projects, programs and planning as assigned by the Head Teacher, Program Director or Principal.
    • Comply with all policies and procedures outlined in the Staff Handbook.
    • Adhere to AMS guidelines and professional standards.


    • Strong communication skills.
    • Ability to work effectively as a team member.
    • High ethical standards and sense of the importance of confidentiality.
    • Professional and courteous attitude.
    • Strong organizational skills.
    • Flexibility and openness to new ideas.


    • Experience working in a Montessori School, daycare program or other work experience with children.
    • Bachelor’s degree preferred but not required.
    • Ability to fulfill requirements of all state and local licensing agencies affecting the school.


    • $17-$20 per hour, commensurate with experience
    • Health, dental, vision coverage available for full-time employees.
    • 401k matching
    • Application Information

    Please submit resumes and cover letter to

    RPMS is committed to ensuring our employees represent our diverse school community and to creating an inclusive workplace environment welcoming to people of all backgrounds. RPMS strongly encourages applications from people of color, people of all genders and sexual orientations, people with disabilities, and provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment.  RPMS prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

  • Wednesday, May 05, 2021 8:51 AM | Anonymous

    Seton Montessori Institute & Schools is seeking applicants to fill a part-time Registrar role for our Institute programming for adults which is expected to require 20 hours per week. This role will support the Institute's work of educating and credentialing adult students who will go on to serve the world through the Montessori method of education. The ideal candidate will possess superior organizational and communication skills, hold previous experience in database and Learning Management System (LMS) management, and be self-directed. This person will be and become passionate about supporting the needs of today's adult student as they navigate the process of becoming a Montessori educator and leader.


    • Intake and orientation of new students
    • Facilitate the documentation of financial obligations and prompt the billing process
    • Manage student files - both physical and digital
    • Serve as the LMS Administrator, creating classes and setting up students within that system, then tracking attendance and the completion of requirements towards certification
    • Faculty relationship management, from creating and executing agreements to supporting faculty with accessing and using the LMS system
    • Accreditation process management
    • Event support for public events and programs
    • Coordination of marketing initiatives, both in print and digital media
    • Serve as the communication hub for students, faculty and Seton staff


    • Bachelor's degree and relevant previous experience required
    • Previous experience in records management required
    • Experience in an educational non-profit setting preferred
    • Strong organizational, critical thinking and communications skills
    • Attention to detail and good judgment
    • Must possess service mindset and ability to work independently
    • Open to different cultures and perspectives - speaking additional languages is a plus
    • Proficient in MS Office, database management, Learning Management System administration
    • Project management experience
    • Must demonstrate trustworthiness, confidentiality, initiative and flexibility

    Other information:

    • Compensation range is $20-25 per hour
    • Benefits include tuition remission at our Lab School for eligible children and paid time off
    • The position is located in Clarendon Hills, IL, and can include some remote work


    Interested applicants should email their cover letter and resume to or apply online through the position listing on LinkedIn here:

  • Thursday, April 29, 2021 9:43 AM | Anonymous

    Position: Lead Toddler Teacher 

    Spark Montessori is an authentic Montessori school that seeks a Montessori trained teacher to lead a new Toddler classroom for children ages 15 months through 3 years old. Our school prioritizes high fidelity Montessori, Spanish-English language development, and ample time outdoors in nature.

    Key Candidate Skills and Attributes:

    • Alignment with organizational mission and values (see below)
    • Passion for the Montessori pedagogy and working with young children
    • An independent thinker with a bias towards purposeful action
    • Exhibit patience, organization, and leadership in the classroom
    • Ability to coach/mentor classroom assistants
    • Receptive to input, feedback, and ideas
    • Work collaboratively and cooperatively with their teammates
    • Staff must be willing and able to creatively and proactively solve problems
    • Commitment to continuous professional development and growth

    Credential Requirements:

    • AMS or AMI certified at the Toddler level (0-3)
    • At least 3 years of experience working in a Montessori classroom
    • Meet the DCFS requirements for a teacher

    Compensation: Compensation will be competitive and based on experience.

    Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, Professional Development Support, Tuition Remission, Paid Breaks, Holidays, Personal, and Sick Days

    Spark Montessori’s Mission

    Provide an authentic, dedicated, and modern Montessori experience for children so that they may discover and nurture the unique Spark within themselves, build self-discipline, awareness, intellectual independence, and competence through important reality-oriented, sensory focused works, and apply their skills and passion towards constructing a happy, fulfilled, self-actualized life.

    Spark Montessori’s Organizational Values

    Commitment to Montessori Principles/Practices: Spark Montessori will approach every school decision with a commitment to the core principles of a Montessori education.

    Respect for the Child and Childhood: Children are capable of far more than they are given credit for. They have their own unique needs, ideas, and passions that must be respected, cherished, and supported. Similarly, childhood is a short, yet critical period of time that needs to be protected from the pressures and politics of the adult world.

    Support the Whole Child and the Whole Family: The modern child and the modern family have needs that go beyond academics and childcare. Spark Montessori will strive to provide an environment that supports the whole child at their own personal stage of development. And provide opportunities for families to build memories, learn, and grow together.

    Growth Mindset: There are no fixed human qualities. Everyone is capable of growth with the right mindset. We become what we focus and work on and so we will focus on the things that we can change and influence.

    Collaborative Culture with Open Door Policies: Great things happen when people with unique talents and passions collaborate to create something of value. This requires open communication and leadership that is receptive to continuous improvement and engagement. Parents will feel open to engage through open, continuous feedback loops that listen and adapt when appropriate.

    Community Outreach & Engagement: There are countless opportunities to engage with the community at large. This includes community organizations, public facilities, and local businesses. Spark Montessori will actively build those connections so that it may have a broader impact and expose children to the ‘real world’ and community in which they live.

    Open to Modern Research and Technologies at Appropriate Ages: The world is changing quickly and so we must be willing to evolve with modern research on child development without compromising the underlying philosophy of Montessori.

    Approach the World with Joy and Reverence: When we are present in the world, we build a sense of reverence for all of the beauty and joy that is possible.

    If you are interested in applying, you can do so here. If you have any questions, please contact We look forward to hearing from you!

  • Friday, April 23, 2021 7:53 AM | Anonymous


    Intercultural Montessori Language School is unlike any other. As its name suggests, it is BOTH a language immersion school AND a fully accredited Montessori school (AMS). Importantly, because all of the language faculty are native speakers of, respectively, Japanese, Mandarin, or Spanish, Intercultural students learn international cultures as well as a second language. Educating students on two campuses from age 2 through 8th grade, Intercultural is a vibrant, joyful learning community. Though a relatively young school—established in 2005—Intercultural already enjoys a solid reputation for building global consciousness and strengthening the international community.  

    The school’s dual-language program provides families with the option for their children to experience Montessori education in addition to immersion in one of three languages: Japanese, Spanish, or Mandarin. Language learning and Montessori principles complement each other by encouraging curiosity while celebrating a multicultural community. Towards that end, the curriculum emphasizes self-directed exploration by the child, as well as thoughtful facilitation by the teacher. Intercultural faculty and families have found that these emphases develop capable, caring children who are free to explore their environment and who are also intrinsically motivated to learn. The powerful community at Intercultural is rooted in the Montessori mixed-age classrooms, which allow children to naturally develop confidence, independence, and citizenship. Within these thoughtfully-prepared and safe classrooms and across the broader school-wide community, teachers act as guides, presenting materials and adapting the learning environment to meet each child’s individual needs.

    Intercultural Montessori Language School seeks a new Head of School to begin July 1, 2022, as it enters its next chapter. Strong candidates will have a professional background that embraces our increasingly interconnected, global society, as well as show familiarity with the Montessori philosophy. Candidates will be ready to champion the merits of multilingual education and a diverse school community, as well as understand how to collaboratively build and support structures, policies, procedures, finances, and marketing and recruitment strategies to enable it to thrive for years to come. The new Head will be a strong communicator, an enthusiastic believer in the importance of multicultural/global understanding for today’s children, an articulate advocate for the benefits of Montessori education, and an excellent culture-builder.

    School Strengths and Opportunities

    The incoming Head of School will join a community with a fundamentally positive spirit and palpable sense of joy. The faculty culture is healthy, parents are supportive, and students are engaged. The blend of language immersion and Montessori pedagogy offers a compelling value proposition, and faculty and parents alike are drawn to Intercultural’s commitment to developing cross-cultural understanding, not just language instruction. The school has recently expanded programming to include two-year-olds and Middle School students, providing even more connection points for families. The entrepreneurial and can-do spirit of this relatively young school offers a strong foundation on which to build.

    The following areas of opportunity were identified through our engagement with the community:

    • Identifying, recruiting, and retaining mission-appropriate students; working actively to increase enrollment as COVID capacity guidelines evolve. Retention must be an area of focus for the upper elementary and middle school grades. 

    • Developing systems and processes that will mitigate the need for last minute planning. 

    • Fundraising, stewardship and nurturing of donors, creating a “culture of philanthropy.”

    • Leading the school towards long-term financial sustainability by addressing the current debt load and engaging in financial analysis and modeling to understand the key levers of present and future budgets. 

    • Intentionally moving forward in work around diversity, equity, and inclusion.

    • Fostering deeper parent engagement and strengthening school / parent communication.

    • Educating parents about the Montessori philosophy to enable them to be effective ambassadors, recruiters, and advocates for the school. 

    • Cultivating shared practices and community between campuses.

    • Designing more robust co-curricular programs to augment excellent academics and support retention.

    • Achieving high-school readiness while remaining true to Montessori principles in Middle School. 

    • Increasing professional development opportunities for faculty, beyond Montessori training.

    • Building curriculum scope and sequence to foster curricular cohesion and smoother transitions between programs.

    • Re-engineering the administrative structure and operating budget to facilitate optimal, sustainable staffing levels and developing an action plan for moving towards that sustainable structure.

    • Reducing the turnover in faculty and continuing to attract and retain not only native language speakers and Montessori-trained faculty, but also those with the warmth and close student connections that are a hallmark of the school. 

    • Supporting the Board as it evolves in composition and scope. 

    Desired Qualities and Characteristics

    Successful candidates will have a background and skills that include most or all of the following:

    Professional Qualifications

    • Trained in Montessori pedagogy and/or possessing the heart and mindset of a Montessorian.

    • Nuanced understanding of the business and operations dimensions of an independent school, including finance, admissions, communications, development, and organizational structure.

    • The ability to articulate vision and strategy and the tactical skills necessary to manage the systems and processes necessary to implement strategy.

    • A clearly articulated passion for and understanding of a multinational community and the benefits of language immersion. Previous experience with multinational and multilingual communities is desirable. 

    • Exceptional interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate with inspiration and clarity.

    • A commitment to honoring multiple perspectives in order to maintain an authentic, inclusive community.

    • Experience working in a best-practices relationship with a Board of Trustees. 

    • A proven “nose for talent“: able to identify, hire, motivate, evaluate, and retain excellent faculty and staff. 

    Leadership Style

    • A style that is collaborative when possible and decisive when necessary, built on approachability, responsiveness, and transparent communication.

    • Problem-solver; willingness to take thoughtful risks.

    • The confidence and humility to advocate for new ideas, invite disagreement, and welcome feedback.

    Personal Qualities

    • Personal and professional commitment to understanding diversity, equity, and inclusion in a multinational faculty and student community. 

    • Eagerness to engage actively with employees, students, and parents, visible in the day-to-day life of the school.

    • Warm, supportive, and relational.

    • A sense of humor and playful spirit.

    To Apply

    See the full position description and instructions for applying here

  • Thursday, March 11, 2021 1:40 PM | Anonymous

    Family owned Montessori school on the north side of Chicago is looking for a full time Toddler (2 years - 3 years) certified Montessori teacher to start in the next few weeks. The ideal work schedule would be from 7 am – 3 pm Monday to Friday. Benefits are offered.  

    We are looking for a teacher who is dedicated to the care and educational needs of children, has excellent interpersonal skills and can effectively collaborate with students, parents and staff. Previous experience as a Toddler Montessori Directress is preferred.

    A bachelor's degree is required, in addition to being Infant/Toddler Montessori 0-3 certified by an accredited Montessori training program - but most of all we are looking for someone who is as passionate about Montessori as we are!


  • Monday, February 08, 2021 9:50 AM | Anonymous

    University Village Montessori School in Chicago is seeking a substitute Early Childhood (Primary) Lead Teacher to cover a faculty member's surgery and rehabilitation.

    The position is full time, begins Monday, February 22 and will go through the end of May. This position also has the potential to be a permanent position.

    Please contact Kiran Devani:

  • Friday, January 22, 2021 12:57 PM | Anonymous

    About Our School

    Intercultural Montessori is a Dual Language Montessori School for students age 3 through the 8th Grade. Our unique program combines dual language education with the Montessori approach. We develop global citizens ready to succeed in the multicultural, multilingual world of the future. The school is located in Chicago's West Loop Neighborhood. Our school is a diverse international community and a wonderful place to work!

    Job Description

    Lower Elementary Lead teacher should demonstrate knowledge and internalization of the core beliefs of Montessori philosophy, such as respect for the individual learner; preparation of self and the environment; fostering independence, order and concentration in the student; respect for and recognition of sensitive periods, planes of development and intrinsic motivation of the student. Candidates should demonstrate fundamental communication skills to support the social and emotional development of students and to communicate with parents about student's social/emotional and academic progress.

    Applicant Qualifications:

    ● Candidates should hold a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree.

    ● Authorized to work in the US.

    ● Applicants should be patient, flexible and have a positive attitude in working with all children.

    ● Strong interpersonal and collaboration/teamwork skills.

    ● While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, sit, bend, knee or crouch.

    ● Understand and promote the school's mission and values at all times.

    Duties & Responsibilities:

    ● Reinforce lessons presented by lead teachers by reviewing material with students one-on-one or in small groups.

    ● Reinforce school and class rules to maintain a safe environment and help students develop positive behavior.

    ● Help supervise students in class, during lunch and recess, and on field trips and be responsible for the children's safety in their care.

    ● Assist in maintaining a clean and organized classroom environment.

    ● Enthusiastically support and enforce school policies and regulations.

    ● Designs and uses instructional strategies, innovations, and activities that are observation-and research-based, meet student needs, and reflect Montessori best practice.

    ● Observes the overall classroom environment during individual lessons and records observations.

    ● Supports students in assessing their work as developmentally appropriate.

    ● Uses various methods of communication to discuss student development with parents.

    ● Implements accommodations and interventions to help students meet expectations for student learning, in consultation with school administrators and parents.

    ● Adhere to overarching policies of confidentiality and respect

    ● Provide equitable publicity's and practices in the classroom

    ● Maintain an ongoing conversation with additional staff members and parents regarding how to best coordinate curriculum

    ● Participate in meetings, training and planning in order to meet the needs of each child

    ● Be responsible for the safety of the children in their care

    ● Ensure that the physical environment is safe from all health and safety concerns

    ● Encourage students to find joy in the learning process

    ● Keep classroom organized, maintain student academic and observation records

    ● Apply classroom management skills, plan lessons based on the curriculum and use assessment in planning in concert with student

    ● Excellent written and oral communication skills

    ● Strong organizational, problem-solving, and analytical skills


    ● Full time (40 hours), 10 months per year (late August - Early June).

    ● Hours: 7:30am - 3:30pm

    Salary Based on Education and Experience

    Contact: Karen Weiss

    Phone: 312-265-1514


    Address: 114 S Racine Avenue, Chicago, IL 60607

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