Special Education Teacher
Cannon River STEM School is currently accepting applications for a Full Time Special Education Teacher for the 2018-2019 school year. This position will provide special education services to K-8 students. Valid MN teaching license (K-12 Special Education), ABS or duel license including ASD is required. Please see the job description at cannonriverstemschool.org/about/employment/ for full details.
Cannon River STEM School is located in Faribault, MN, just 45 minutes south of Minneapolis/St. Paul.
Applicants are required to submit the Cannon River STEM School Employment Application (cannonriverstemschool.org/about/employment,) a cover letter, a resume, a copy of their teacher certification/license, and 3 letters of reference in order to be considered for a position. Position is open until filled.
Submit your materials to:
Cannon River STEM School 1800 14th St. NE Faribault, MN 55021 Fax: (507) 384-3436 Email: email@example.com
Cannon River STEM School is an Equal Opportunity Employer
ABOUT CANNON RIVER STEM SCHOOL:
Mission: Cannon River STEM School’s mission is to foster each student’s innate curiosity and joy of discovery. We prepare students to become excellent questioners, scientific thinkers, and responsible citizens, who are able to contribute to the world with confidence and character. We achieve this through student-centered, collaborative and experiential learning, with an emphasis on the environment as an integrating context.
Our values spring forth from our mission. As we strive to be excellent questioners, we embrace and encourage CURIOSITY. Both students and staff are willing to take risks and get dirty while pursuing the why.
We understand that science is not simple, and finding answers to complex questions takes time and hard work. We believe that PERSEVERENCE is the key to successful inquiry. That means that when we feel like giving up, we strive to find tools (people/strategies) to keep moving forward.
Citizenship that makes a positive contribution in a complex world requires ACCEPTANCE. That means that staff members meet students at their level, where they are emotionally, physically, socially and academically. Students, families and the community should expect that CRSS staff listen to them respectfully, with words and body language that communicates our acceptance and our interest in celebrating differences. We hope that families’ involvement with CRSS means they will practice acceptance with us.
With knowledge comes power. We are committed to using this knowledge and power with RESPONSIBILITY. That means we commit to communicating clearly to follow and enforce expectations for everyone, including ourselves. We pledge to ask if things are unclear.
Underlying all aspects of our mission is our belief in RESPECT. That means that we will be present and open to all cultures, beliefs, traditions and points of view. All members of our world community should be greeted with a kind voice and an unassuming disposition. While we may disagree, we commit to always being respectful to each other.
Vision: To become an innovative leader in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) in Minnesota while creating a community of students who love to learn.