Lower School Pre-First (6th Age) Homeroom Teacher

Calvert School, an independent lower and middle school, is searching for a full-time Pre-First (6th Age) Homeroom Teacher for the 2020-21 school year. Calvert School is dedicated to educating girls and boys through its time-tested method of teaching and its rigorous curriculum. Particular emphasis is given to mastering essential skills, inspiring a lifelong love of learning, and instilling enthusiasm, responsibility and self-discipline. Calvert School is located in Tuscany-Canterbury, a residential neighborhood in Baltimore City, just north of Johns Hopkins University and south of Loyola University Maryland, accessible from Charles Street and I-83.
 
The teacher will be responsible for teaching Sixth Age, which is a Pre-First program. Students are five and six years of age. The teacher will be responsible for working collaboratively with the Sixth Age team (consisting of four other members) to plan and instruct lessons and supervise children during the day. In addition to managing the daily affairs of a classroom including parent communications, the teacher will be responsible for daily instruction of language arts and math and other content areas. In addition to teaching, faculty members are also expected to contribute to the Calvert community as coaches, club advisors, and serve on school committees on occasion.
 
The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree with prior teaching experience. A Master’s degree is preferred. Candidates must have excellent writing, interpersonal, and organizational skills.
 
Calvert School offers a competitive salary and benefits package including medical, prescription, dental, vision, life, disability, and retirement plans. A State of Maryland and FBI background check will be performed.
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Interested candidates can send a resume to:
 
HR@CalvertSchoolMD.org (preferred)
 
Calvert School – HR Dept.
105 Tuscany Road
Baltimore, MD 21210
 
Fax: 1-866-557-8502
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Calvert School is a coed independent lower and middle school.

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