Chewelah School District
Chewelah, Washington, United States
18 days ago
Job Type
Job Duration
$49,169.00 - $103,610.00
Min Education
Required Travel
Salary - Type
Yearly Salary
Job Function


1.              Organize instructional programs within the prescribed curriculum to provide for individual differences.

2.             Effectively teach students of varying abilities.

3.             Maintain classroom discipline and use effective classroom management skills.

4.             Utilize and maintain district/building curricular and student learning objectives.

5.             Prepare and maintain long-range and weekly lesson plans.

6.             Maintain appropriate student records.

7.             Work as an effective member of the department to evaluate and improve the program.

8.            Communicate and interpret school programs to patrons.

9.             Coordinate student meetings between school staff, parents, and adult students in accordance with special education timelines and CEA protocol in order to effectively communicate with the Individualized Education Program (IEP) team.

10.         Follow state and district special education procedures, essential learning, district targets, qualifying standards, and testing, etc.

11.           Work as an effective member of the grade level, staff, and community to evaluate and improve student learning.

12.          Manage and guide support paraprofessionals in an effective manner to maximize student achievement.

13.          Fulfill other duties as assigned by the building administration.



1.              Qualifies for a Washington State teaching certificate with appropriate endorsements as required by law and regulations. If possessing an initial or provisional certificate, the candidate must hold the appropriate endorsement.

2.             Demonstrates classroom management procedures that provide for large and small groups, and individuals, and provides an environment conducive to learning.

3.             Uses appropriate disciplinary procedures, establishes clear parameters for student behavior, responds properly when problems occur, and helps students toward self-discipline.

4.       Demonstrates ability to communicate clearly and effectively in both written and oral form.

5.             Flexible in learning new concepts, cooperates with others, and adapts to a variety of assignments and conditions.

6.       Enthusiastic and displays an overall optimism toward teaching and student learning.

7.             Assesses needs of students, prescribes and implements effective lessons to meet students' needs through the use of appropriate and current instructional skills.

8.            Gains the respect and confidence of students, parents, and staff through modeling appropriate demeanor, behavior, and attire.

9.             Sets and attains high level of expectations with a commitment to using available resources so that accomplishment and growth occurs.

10.         Develops favorable relationships with students; listens to, cares for, and works collaboratively with them.

11.           Relates positively to youth and adults of varying socioeconomic, cultural, ethnic backgrounds, different learning styles, and various disabilities.

12.          Demonstrates the ability to learn new ideas and skills and to solve problems; the possession of a minimum cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 is expected. (This requirement may be waived if an inadequate pool of fully qualified applicants for a specific position exists.)

13.          Aware of current educational developments and applications, works collaboratively with others; believes in the importance of education, and interested in the welfare of all students.

14.          Uses democratic processes to address problems in a supportive and understanding nonauthoritarian manner.

15.    Integrates technology into planning, learning, and record-keeping activities.

16.          Knowledge of effective teaching strategies related to the appropriate age of instruction. Demonstrated ability to apply this knowledge in a classroom setting.

17.    Demonstrates a thorough understanding of the instructional/learning process.

18.    Willingness and commitment to participate in professional collaboration and student supervision.

19.    Experience and knowledge of Professional Learning Communities (PLCs), including their purpose and mission.

20.   Advocates for and practices standards-based grading.

21.    Believes all students can learn and have capacity to succeed.


1.                  Able to teach Health Education

2.                 Willing to serve as HOSA Health Occupations club advisor

Job ID: 74068831

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