Rutland City Public Schools seeks an energetic and versatile Choral and General Music teacher to begin in August of 2020. The successful candidate will join a group of music educators who are active in curriculum development and PLC work. A strong knowledge of standards based grading and proficiency scales is essential. The position will include choral ensembles from the middle school and high school level and general music at the high school. The teacher will be expected to nurture understanding and appreciation of music and its role in the lives of students. Knowledge of differing styles and repertoire of music is required. The teacher will present student performances for community events and participate in music festivals and other professional activities. The Rutland Public Schools and the community support and value the arts. We strive to nurture the interests of each student in and through all areas of the curriculum. We are looking for a self-motivated flexible team player. Strong piano skills are a plus. Applicants with a master’s degree or higher are preferred.
Only completed, on-line applications at Schoolspring.com will be accepted. A completed application must include: cover letter, resume, transcripts, three CURRENT letters of reference, tests and certifications.
The Rutland City Public Schools serve 3,000 students in the largest city in central Vermont. We are nestled in the heart of the Green Mountains, 10 miles from the Killington/Pico Ski Resort, surrounded by many lakes and streams. The district consists of: two EEE-2 Primary Schools, Rutland Intermediate School (3-6), Rutland Middle School (7-8), Rutland High School, Stafford Technical Center, RHS/RMS Allen Street Campus and the Grove Street Center Campus. Learn more on the web at rutlandcitypublicschools.org.
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