Third Grade Teacher

Faculty / Full-Time

The Village School of North Bennington, North Bennington, VT

The Village School of North Bennington has an anticipated opening for a skilled and energetic Third Grade Teacher for the 2023-2024 school year.  The ideal candidate will excel in maintaining a classroom of high standards for respect and student achievement, with a strong focus on both modeling and cultivating a growth mindset.  The ability to work collaboratively with other faculty, support staff, administration, and interventionists to provide engaging and differentiated learning opportunities for all students is essential.  


  • Develop and implement age-appropriate lesson plans, activities, and assessments to meet the academic, developmental, and social needs of students
  • Support the social-emotional needs of children, guided by the use of trauma-informed practices
  • Monitor and guide classroom behavior in accordance with the VSNB Constitution: “Be Safe; Be Kind; Be Respectful; and Have Fun”
  • Participate in the development and implementation of Individual Education Plans (IEPs) for specific students, in conjunction with the Special Educator and Support Staff
  • Demonstrate current best practices in teaching and learning within a Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS)
  • Incorporate place-based education into the curriculum whenever possible
  • Work collaboratively with interventionists and the Special Educator to provide engaging and differentiated learning opportunities for all students
  • Participate as a member of student Educational Support Teams (ESTs) and assist with 504 meetings, as needed
  • Develop and maintain a relationship with each child that ensures the child knows they are cared for and valued
  • Collaborate with colleagues and administrators to ensure that each child’s experience at the school reflects a coordinated plan to maximize the opportunities for personal and educational growth
  • Develop and maintain positive partnerships with families as an important aspect of ensuring students’ personal and educational growth
  • Commit to ongoing professional development, continually learning and developing enhanced pedagogical skills


  • Bachelor’s degree in Education or a related field 
  • Experience working with elementary school students is required
  • Previous teaching experience or student teaching experience is strongly preferred
  • Preference will be given to candidates with Fundations, Wilson, or other evidence-based literacy program
  • Experience with Lexia and Aimsweb, preferred but not required
  • Experience with Eureka Math is helpful but not required, as training will be provided
  • Must be able to pass a series of state-required background checks, including fingerprinting


  • Competitive pay
  • Negotiable relocation cost reimbursement
  • Partial tuition remission for the K-6 children of core staff members
  • Medical insurance
  • Dental insurance (which includes an orthodontics benefit)
  • School-paid life insurance, as well as the option to purchase additional life insurance
  • Generous PTO and Sick Leave

The Village School of North Bennington

North Bennington, VT
Early Childhood, Elementary
All Gender
Town Academy