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The objectives of teaching at The Mead School include: tailoring each student's program to his or her needs, interests and abilities; nurturing life-long learners; promoting independence and dependability; and enhancing the student's social skills and sense of responsibility towards others.

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Curriculum Director of Spanish

I. Qualifications:

Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Spanish Language/Teaching

Three-five years’ teaching experience

II. General Teaching Responsibilities

Curriculum Directors (CDs) are responsible for creating and delivering effective subject area curriculum to students. CDs are teachers, and they are the experts in their respective fields. Their curriculum should be designed to meet all modalities of learning: visual, auditory and kinesthetic. The Mead School’s philosophy requires that faculty create a partnership with students and other teachers in the learning process. Teachers are responsible for working in tandem with Home Center Directors (HCDs), who serve as Advisors, to deliver the appropriate curriculum and learning experience for each student in their individual classrooms. The duties of teacher include creating lesson plans, preparing classroom activities, organizing teaching materials, evaluating student performance, maintaining classroom records, meeting with parents, teachers and other professionals, and participating in campus events. Mead School faculty is expected to participate in the community by joining committees, taking an active role in meetings, engaging in Center specific activities that further the program, and being supportive of the close-knit community that defines The Mead School. Faculty will be asked to participate in bus duty, community, department & weekly staff meetings, evening or weekend events, pre- and after- care coverage and Center trips as they pertain to the age group taught. Teachers are also expected to participate in Open Houses, Parent Orientation Evenings, State of the School presentations, Staff Development experiences, and Diversity/Multicultural events or workshops.

III. Specific Teaching Responsibilities

Spanish is an exposure based, experiential curriculum at Mead. The Spanish Curriculum Director is responsible for presenting age appropriate curriculum to students in kindergarten – eighth grades. Working in conjunction with the Home Center Director, the Spanish CD will present material in a varied and accessible style. As with any curriculum area, the CD is expected to bring current teaching pedagogy, as well as solid understanding of the curriculum to the teaching process.

The Spanish teacher works in direct partnership with the kindergarten through eighth grade students to create a curriculum that meets the needs and abilities of the students. Goals for this program will be vetted with the student, HCD, and family, via the goals conference with the HCD. The Spanish teacher also serves as a resource to the Early Learning Centers, to help ensure Spanish language exposure beginning with students in Pre-School and Pre-Kindergarten.

It is expected that the Spanish teacher will participate in Language Arts Department and Home Center meetings and provide feedback to Home Center Directors about the progress of students in a timely way. In addition, the Spanish teacher will participate in Parent Conferences and will provide written reports for students and families twice yearly.

Contact: Jeannette Baxendale, Office Coordinator / Executive Assistant
Email resume and cover letter to:

Posted: July 2017

Administrative Receptionist

Department: Administration

Experience: Experience as Receptionist or Administrative Assistant preferred. Candidates must be customer-service oriented, organized, detail-oriented, be able to multi-task efficiently, take direction well and be quick to learn. Must have ability to remain focused during times when the front of school / office may be bustling. Must be a team-player with strong interpersonal and problem-solving skills. Must maintain strict confidentiality standards.

Knowledge: Excellent phone and computer skills required. Must be technologically savvy.

Personality: Must exude a professional, polite and helpful manner with positive energy / attitude.

Responsibilities: Include but are not limited to: 1) Reception- pleasant and professional greeting to all community members and visitors to the school. 2) Answering phones- addressing or directing questions & concerns as needed. 3) Door security- using good judgment / engaging the intercom system to identify visitors before granting entry to the building, and monitoring security cameras. 4) Clerical duties - general secretarial and administrative duties.

Education: Some college preferred.

Hours: Full time position, Monday – Friday, 8:15 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. One hour unpaid lunch.

Salary: Competitive salary and benefits.

Contact: Jeannette Baxendale, Office Coordinator / Executive Assistant
Email resume and cover letter to:

Job available: July 1, 2017

Posted: June 2017

Substitute Teaching

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The Mead School welcomes applications for substitute teachers in our Early Learning, Elementary and Middle School Programs. Ideal candidates will have teaching experience, expertise in their content area, the ability to teach across grades, a passion for working with students, and a commitment to fostering a diverse community.

Interested candidates should email a cover letter, resume, and list of references (if available) addressed to Jeannette Baxendale, Administrative Coordinator, to If you meet the criteria to substitute at Mead you will be contacted to come in for an interview.

Teaching Qualifications

To apply for a teaching position, the following is required:

  • BA required
  • MA preferred
  • Strong background and knowledge of the desired discipline
  • Ability to work well with a range of able, highly motivated children
  • Ability to work well with a team
  • Strong organizational skills and high energy and creativity

The Mead School's policy is to provide equal opportunity for all applicants and employees. The Mead School complies with all federal, state, and local laws, which prohibit discrimination because of race, color, national origin, citizenship, age, gender identity or expression, religion, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, and veteran status.

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