3rd Grade General Studies Teacher, Boys Division

Faculty / Full-Time

Torah Academy is more than a school. We are a community built around joyous, authentic Yiddishkeit and genuine care for every child. We are a community where every family is valued and where student successes are recognized and celebrated by everyone. At Torah Academy, education is about more than just academics. It’s also about fostering Jewish pride, love for learning, and sensitivity to others. And mostly it’s about our students knowing that they, as individuals, matter. 

Torah Academy is a preK-8 school that has been in the Boston area for 40 years. We foster a supportive professional environment, including extensive professional development, growth, and advancement opportunities. Our students spend the mornings studying and celebrating Kodesh, including Hebrew, Torah, and Jewish laws and customs. In the afternoons students engage in general studies according to their grade level. Because of the intense nature of the morning curriculum our students are pretty sophisticated in their thinking. We are seeking general studies teachers to match that level of rigor in their content areas. Our general studies curriculum is modeled after the public school frameworks, so familiarity with grade level secular academic expectations is a big plus. Torah Academy contains a boys division and a girls division; students are separated by gender starting in first grade.

We are currently seeking a 3rd grade general studies teacher for our boys division. 

 

Responsibilities include

Create a warm, caring, and safe environment  Students are at the heart of what we do. When they know that they are cared for, students come ready to learn. This includes building nurturing relationships with students and providing age-appropriate levels of student supervision, classroom rules, and routines. 

Create and implement lesson plans  You will be responsible for teaching all 3rd grade general studies content areas, including ELA, History, Math, and Science. Your creativity will shine in the activities you plan to engage student interest in the content. 

Monitor and communicate student progress  Provide feedback to students and their families on academic, social, and behavioral progress. Maintain appropriate records. Create two-way communication channels with families so they are updated on their child’s progress.

Other responsibilities  As assigned by the Head of School. 

What we’re looking for in you

  • You have prior successful elementary level teaching experience (in a Jewish environment is preferred).
  • You have a strong commitment to practicing differentiated instruction. 
  • You are passionate about educating young children. 
  • You are creative and think outside the box when it comes to challenging young minds. 

 

Details

Location: Torah Academy is located in Brookline and Brighton, Massachusetts.

Hours:  Monday-Thursday 1:00-4:00 p.m.

Friday 12:00-1:30/2:30

Salary: Range based on experience

Benefits: We believe in continuous learning and back that up with extensive professional development, growth, and advancement opportunities for our staff. We also offer paid vacation time. 

To Apply: Torah Academy, through the Stronger Together Project, has contracted with KnightVision, LLC to help fill this critical role. Click here to learn more about Torah Academy. Click here to apply for this position. 

Contact leslie@knightvisioneducation.com with any questions.