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Open Roles at Elm City Montessori School

Good Morning GNH Community!

We have a number of open roles (instructional and non-instructional) available that we'd love your support with, summarized below.  After looking through the roles, do you know anyone who could be a strong fit? Or can offer to share via social media, email, or job boards? I am happy to answer any questions that any candidate you recommend may have via email or cell (914-393-7671).
Thank you!
Dave
David Weinreb, M. Ed.
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Magnet Resource Teacher | Elm City Montessori

Launched in August 2014, Elm City Montessori School is New Haven’s first public Montessori school, serving preK-8th grade students. 

Core to the Montessori approach is a focus on interactive, self-directed learning, hands-on inquiry in multi-age classrooms that foster creativity, critical thinking, and stewardship of community. 

Our school is rooted in Dr. Montessori’s vision of social justice. We are committed to building an Anti-Biased and Anti-Racist (ABAR) institution in partnership with staff, families, children, and our city. 

Our developmental approach integrates core academic subjects with the arts and the outdoors in a nurturing and academically rigorous environment that builds towards a more just world. We will be serving 300 children in the 2023-2024 academic year.

Open Roles - Apply Now! elmcitymontessori.org/jobs 

  • Certified Teacher (Guide)
  • Classroom Assistant
  • Director of Student Support
  • Farm & Facilities Manager
  • Music Teacher (Part-Time)
  • Social Emotional Learning Coordinator
  • Spanish Teacher (Part-Time)
  • Special Education Teacher (Full or Part-Time)
  • Substitute Teacher

Questions? Contact david.weinreb@elmcitymontessori.org | 914-393-7671

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