Classroom Teachers, Schechter School of Long Island
We are interested in hearing from experienced teachers in the following areas: 8th grade earth science, 9th grade biology, 2020-2021 school year
The Schechter School of Long Island is a K-12 Jewish Day School whose dual curriculum of excellence educates and empowers its students to be critical thinkers, ethical leaders, and globally engaged citizens, striving to achieve their full potential and ensuring a vibrant Jewish future. In the tradition of Solomon Schechter schools, SSLI grounds a rigorous academic curriculum in the culture and tenets of traditional Judaism and welcomes students from a range of synagogue affiliations and Jewish expressions. We are a midsize school, with a warm environment and a directed focus on faculty teamwork to help foster student growth.
We are interviewing creative and dynamic teachers for all school divisions –
In addition to subject matter expertise, applicants should be committed to:
• support the social, emotional, and intellectual growth of all students
• differentiate instruction for different learning styles and needs
• collaborate effectively with colleagues in planning and implementation of lessons
• make learning visible through communication with parents
• serve as role models for students
Master’s degree is required.
3+ years of experience as a classroom teacher is preferred.
We seek candidates who are lifelong learners, out of the box thinkers, hard workers with a positive attitude, and reflective practitioners.
Applicants should be comfortable with technology and open to acquiring new technology skills.
• Please send cover letter, resume, and summary of the candidate's philosophy of teaching to Scott Sokol, Head of School.
*The Schechter School of Long Island is committed to providing equal employment opportunity for all persons regardless of race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal or state law