Grade 6 Math/Science Teacher – One Year Position
St. John’s Prep, Danvers, MA
St. John’s Prep is an inclusive, Catholic, Xaverian Brothers Sponsored School for young men in grades 6 through 12. Founded on the Xaverian values of compassion, humility, simplicity, trust and zeal, we educate students to be, do and stand for good in the world. We enroll 1,500 students from more than 60 communities.
Grade 6 math/science faculty teach two sections of mathematics and two sections of science each day, focusing on pre-algebra topics and inquiry-based science (physical, life, and earth science). Faculty also serve as advisors to a group of students on their grade-level team. The Middle School program of study can be found here on our website.
We are particularly interested in candidates with demonstrated effectiveness in interdisciplinary teaching, using technology as a vehicle for learning gains. The grade 6 theme is personal wellness, including sound habits of mind, a growth mindset, and the development of compassion, communication skills, and self-advocacy. To learn more about our approach to wellness, please click here.
- A minimum of 1-3 years of teaching late elementary or middle school mathematics or science (or applicable practicum experience).
- A bachelor’s degree (master’s degree preferred) in science, mathematics, or a related field.
- Ability to work effectively with a diversity of learning styles and learners.
All members of the faculty are expected to give witness to our mission at St. John’s. In
addition to classroom teaching responsibilities, we encourage all members of the faculty
to be involved in the life of the school beyond the classroom through a wide range of
co-curricular, intramural, and interscholastic programs. For more information about St.
John’s Prep, including our academic, spiritual, and student life programs, please visit
St. John’s Prep is committed to building a diverse and inclusive campus community. We welcome applications from underrepresented groups. We seek applicants who demonstrate a commitment to multiculturalism and diversity that is manifested in classroom practice, student engagement, interpersonal communication, and curricular decisions.
Interested candidates are asked to send a cover letter, résumé, and academic transcripts
to Tracii Schaeublin, Assistant Head of School for Human Resources, at firstname.lastname@example.org by May 23, 2022. Please, no phone calls.