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Spanish Teacher

Job Type

Part Time

Spanish Teacher


About the Role

Wye River Upper School is now reviewing applications for a talented and innovative Spanish language educator. We are looking for a candidate who is committed to cultivating an exceptional academic experience for students with learning differences. This educator is a collaborator in an innovative and dynamic educational community. The candidate of choice applies a growth mindset both personally and professionally; they inspire others to do the same through optimism, flexibility and teamwork. The selected candidate should have a desire to contribute to the school community by sharing their passions and participating in school functions, professional development, field trips, and other special activities.


- Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Spanish, teaching, or related field.

- Teacher certificate in secondary education preferred or demonstrated teaching skills and experience

- Experience working with special education populations is a plus, Certificate in Special Education a plus, though not required

- Excellent oral, written, and organizational skills

- Comfortable working with technology including a 1:1 laptop program, google applications, and an online learning management system

- Genuine excitement for and the ability to work with upper middle and high school students

Professional Responsibilities

- Teaches multiple sections of Spanish courses which may include grades 8-12

- Plans for unique, project-based, and student-centered learning

- Contributes to the Spanish curriculum by providing information and commentary pertinent to course content considerations

- Collaborates with other Language teachers on staff

- Creates, collaborates, and analyzes authentic student data to drive instruction

- Establishes Spanish course outlines and objectives by following curriculum guidelines, and state and school system goals

- Assesses student work by preparing, administering, and scoring tests; reviewing and correcting written assignments; evaluating student learning

- Involves parents in student development by providing information and comments
regarding academic and social progress; suggesting available educational and social improvement resources; addressing parent concerns; answering questions and requests

- Maintains classroom order by establishing rules and procedures for student participation and movement, adhering to rules for a clean, safe, and healthy environment

- Maintains student records by documenting learning accomplishments, attendance and behavior

- Participates in school meetings, professional development, field trips, and special activities

- Demonstrates a commitment to student learning, and personal growth, and embraces a growth mindset through daily actions and attitude

- Partakes in off-site experiential trips which may include an overnight experience

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to

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