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High School Environmental Science Teacher (SY 24-25) (one year position)

@Capital City Public Charter School
  • 100 Peabody Street NW, 20011 View on Map
  • Post Date : February 5, 2024
  • Salary: $4,875.00 - $7,625.00 / Monthly

Job Detail

  • Job ID 45153

Job Description

Capital City is looking for innovative, experienced, and passionate teachers for the school year 2024-2025.

At Capital City, we challenge the status quo every day. Our staff are skilled, compassionate, solutions-oriented, and unwavering in their commitment to give children of all ages, all backgrounds, and all abilities the education they need to thrive. If you want to help prepare the next generation of changemakers, apply today!

Teaching roles are 10-month positions, which are exempt and therefore not eligible for overtime pay under the provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act.

This position is a one-year position, for the 2024-2025 school year.

Why teach at Capital City?

  • Work hard and achieve results, together! At Capital City, teachers work on collaborative teams that grapple with challenges, celebrate successes, and support and learn from one another.
  • Diversity, equity, and inclusion aren’t just buzzwords. We believe the diversity of our staff and the students we serve is our greatest asset. We take seriously the responsibility to achieve equity for our students and build a culture where staff engage in dialogue about race and work to build an inclusive culture.
  • Invest in your own learning. Capital City prioritizes the professional growth and learning of our teachers through weekly internal professional development and opportunities to learn from experts around the country. Campus and school-wide leadership opportunities are available for teachers who want them.
  • Make your classroom and curriculum your own. Our teachers value the autonomy they have at Capital City to design a curriculum that is dynamic, personal and exciting. There is a culture of innovation that is supported by Principals and Instructional Coaches. 

High School Science Teachers at Capital City:

Some of the many and varied responsibilities of science teachers include:

  • Planning/teaching daily classes for 60-90 students taught in four block periods per day (class size 12-20 students).
  • Utilizing a workshop model to differentiate instruction and promote student engagement
  • Developing learning expeditions, curriculum, and long-term projects
  • Regularly assessing student progress and using data to plan for instruction
  • Meeting and planning at least weekly with a co-teacher and a grade-level team
  • Serving as an advisor to 10-14 students that involves leading a daily advisory, helping to develop the social curriculum, supporting advisees with college planning and regularly communicating with parents
  • Collaborating with staff and students to implement consistent EL structures and develop traditions at our school
  • Involving students in fieldwork and service that deepens understanding and interest
  • Supporting students with completing portfolios and meeting passage requirements
  • Attending a summer institute and weekly professional development sessions
  • Completing narrative progress reports
  • Certification to teach AP courses is highly desired

Capital City seeks to employ experienced, credentialed teachers. Ideal candidates have a Master’s degree and 3+ years of full-time teaching experience.

Minimum required qualifications: Bachelor’s degree and at least one of the following:

  • A major in education or field of instruction or equivalent 30 semester hours of credit
  • District of Columbia teaching license in field of instruction
  • Two years of verifiable teaching experience as a teacher of record
  • One year as a support teacher at Capital City and enrollment in a teacher education or certification program

Additionally strong candidates have:

  • Experience working in urban environments with diverse populations
  • Strong knowledge of pedagogy and experience teaching in a constructivist way
  • Proven ability to work as a member of a team
  • Strong leadership capabilities
  • A commitment to their own learning and development
  • A commitment to meeting the needs of a diverse population
  • Spanish language proficiency

In addition to the above requirements, teachers must meet the requirements of all hires at Capital City including a criminal background check.

About Our School

Capital City was founded in 2000 and currently serves a diverse population of nearly 1,000 students across PK-12th grade. We have been recognized as a model for social, emotional and academic development. Our program emphasizes a commitment to diversity and equity, a strong inclusion model and the integration of arts into the curriculum. We are a credentialed EL Education Mentor School (https://eleducation.org/) in the national network of over 150 schools. Through this model, teachers craft long-term learning expeditions that connect learning to the real-world and incorporate projects, research, fieldwork, and service to support students in meeting rigorous standards. Learn more at www.ccpcs.org.

 

Capital City is an equal-opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, marital status, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, disability, or any other protected status. All employment decisions will be made solely on the basis of the individual’s qualifications as related to the requirements of the position being filled.

Benefits

Compensation and Benefits: 

Capital City offers a competitive salary and benefits package. Learn more about our salary and benefits: bit.ly/Salary_Benefits

  • Competitive compensation. At Capital City, salaries compensate for experience and qualifications. Teacher salaries are benchmarked regularly against area school districts and other charters. Teachers know how their salary is calculated and what to expect year-to-year. Check out our salary scale here: bit.ly/TeacherSalaryScaleFY24
  • Benefits. Capital City invests in a comprehensive benefits package to support the happiness and well-being of staff at all stages of career and life. Benefits include 100% of health insurance covered for full-time employees, up to 6% in retirement contributions, preferred student admission for children of staff living in DC, and support for you and your family when needed.

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