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Special Education-Cross Categorical Teacher

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Summary Information:
Employer: Green Bay Area Public Schools
Position Type: Teaching
Categories: Special Education
Special Education (Multicategorical)
School / Org: Wilder Elementary School/Eisenhower Elementary School
Location Green Bay, Wisconsin
FTE: 1
No. of Positions: 1
Reference #: EAN20830
Posting Date: 31 October 2017
Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Green Bay Area Public Schools is seeking qualified applicants for the following position(s):

Special Education-Cross Categorical Teacher

Location: Wilder Elementary School/Eisenhower Elementary School

We are happy to invite qualified applicants to apply for a special education-cross categorical teaching position at Wilder Elementary School and Eisenhower Elementary School. This position will teach 1/2-days at each building, engaging special education students in their academic learning, preparing them to be college, career and community ready. Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Special Education certification at the elementary level is required. If you are interested in learning more about this position and joining the Green Bay team, please contact Principal Mark Allen at 920-391-2460 or via email at mjallen@gbaps.org

The Laura Ingalls Wilder Community, will stand tall, stand strong, and stand together to develop and nurture lifelong learning skills that will help all students become expressive, productive, and contributing members of the global community.

Staff believe:
•All students can learn and grow.
•Learning may be different based on individual needs.
•A physically and emotionally safe environment fosters a positive culture of learning.
•Members of the Wilder Community deserve recognition in their learning journey.
•Collaboration, cooperation, and communication between members of the Wilder Community are essential for a positive school climate and student growth.
•All facets of Education are interrelated and important to a child's growth.

Building learning goals continue to focus on sustaining growth in the areas of math and reading. Please join the Wilder School Community in "Celebrating What Is Right In The World".

With a diverse population of over 400 students, offering programming for both monolingual and bilingual first- through fifth-grade students, the staff at Eisenhower work together to ensure that all students are successful and are prepared to become college, career and community ready. Students and teachers challenge themselves to overcome adversity, value education, and embrace diversity in our global community.

Candidate Requirements:

Years of Experience:

Degree: Bachelor

- Cross-Categorical Special Education

Additional Requirements:
- Standard Questions
- Custom Questions

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