Special Education Teacher, Full-time (2017-18) - MTS Elementary
MTS Elementary special education teachers work in partnership with families and colleagues to design and provide personalized instruction to students with disabilities in the general and special education classroom, so that every student experiences success in learning.
MTS Elementary is a school in NE Minneapolis with small class sizes serving students in grades K-6 in the Minnesota Transitions Charter School learning community: https://mtcs.org/site/
Special education teachers work with student case loads of 12-17. Teachers work collaboratively with an evaluation team to complete educational evaluations.
Our core purpose is to empower each student and ensure that all students acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to experience success in their future.
We hold ourselves and our students accountable to demonstrate these core values:
Show consideration for self, others and property
Carry out obligations in a dependable manner
Acknowledge the consequences and rewards of one’s choices
Contribute to society
APPRECIATE AND CELEBRATE DIVERSITY
Recognize and honor the dignity of each individual
Celebrate differences among culture, gender and ability
Work cooperatively with others and resolve conflicts
Display honesty, perseverance, confidence and pride
Show the courage of your convictions
HAVE COMPASSION FOR OTHERS
Show empathy, generosity, kindness, patience and sensitivity
Licensure: MN Special Education Teacher license required.
Compensation: Minimum full year, full time salary starting at $40,000, plus district contribution toward health and dental insurance, TRA
Date of Availability: August 21, 2017
Minnesota Transitions Charter School (MTCS) does not discriminate in employment or in any of its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, familial status, membership or activity in a local human rights commission, disability, sexual orientation, age or genetic information.
To apply, email a letter of application, resume, and letters of reference to:
Sue Dornfeld, Principal