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Teachers at Kalamazoo Christian Schools carry out faithfully all the responsibilities of a Christian teacher by preparing students to serve God responsibly in His world, by equipping them with knowledge, skills and a Biblical vision for life, for the advancement of His Kingdom. 

The preferred candidate will be able to demonstrate a strong & active Christian faith. He/She will understand & be committed to the mission & vision of Christian education. 

Bachelor’s degree in Education minimum. Must be a native speaker or near native fluency in Spanish and English. 

Fundamental job skills & competencies include collaboration, communication (oral and written), critical thinking, dependability, interpersonal skills, organization, providing motivation & confidence, relationship/team building, stewardship, technology competency, & time management. 

To be fully considered for the position, please submit the following: 

– Cover letter Resume 

– At least 3 letters of reference KCS Application 

– Answer the KCS Mission Statement Questions 

See our website to apply:

For more information, contact Kendra Muller ( or visit


NorthPointe Christian Schools is looking to hire Spanish Immersion substitute teacher. Please use this link to view the employment opportunity and full job description on our website:

For more information and to apply, please contact Amber Jongekrijg, Spanish Immersion Program Coordinator (

Ben Milam International Academy is a Midland ISD school partnership committed to producing bilingual, biliterate and sociocultural competent scholars who will excel in a globalized 21st century economy. Ben Milam International Academy opened its doors in the fall of 2019, serving pre-kindergarten and kindergarten scholars. Our school offers sign-on bonus and stipends. Contact Brenda Jobes at for more information.

Instructs students in multiple subjects by performing essential teaching duties in Spanish, assuring that the mission of the schools is supported.

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2023-2024 School Year, Approximately 8/25/23-6/14/24; Summer training/development may be required depending on placement.

JOB GOAL: To provide culturally embedded, student-centered, thematically-based, and literature-rich instruction in the elementary classroom that meets district standards and benchmarks. Said instruction should focus on engaging students in concept/theme-based, meaningful activities to ensure they master oral language proficiency and biliteracy in Spanish and English. This position will act as the Spanish-side teacher in a Spanish/English teaching team.

REPORTS TO: Building Administration

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: Plan lessons for daily instruction that derive from district standards and benchmarks and dual immersion curriculum. Assist in the development of curriculum for the dual immersion program, particularly the thematic or concept-based units that are congruent with and supportive of the regular elementary curriculum in all content areas. Align educational experiences in the classroom that reflect the philosophy and expectations of the dual immersion program. Conduct 98-100% of instruction in Spanish. Co-plan with partner teacher daily to ensure program cohesion and student success. Structure activities in the classroom to encourage students to engage in both language input and output, to facilitate oral language production and comprehension. Avoid any use of translation to facilitate comprehension; rather, the teacher shall use context clues, manipulatives, visuals, and student-centered instruction to facilitate comprehension. Effectively differentiate both content and language learning to ensure that all students successfully meet program benchmarks and outcomes. Assess student progress in a formative manner in oral and written language development, and adjust instruction according to the results of those assessments. Use a variety of strategies to maintain frequent and regular contact with parents. Choose songs, games, stories, and rhymes that are authentic and representative of various Latino/Hispanic cultures, rather than translations. Seek frequent opportunities for professional and language development. Work proactively to promote and support second language learning and bi-literacy throughout the school and district.

QUALIFICATIONS AND ABILITIES: Minimum Bachelor’s Degree Ability to teach grade level content in Spanish and English Advanced-Mid on all four domains of ACTFL proficiency scale – documentation may be required for employment All abilities of a “good” teacher: excellent classroom management, sound instructional practice, ability to communicate effectively with parent(s) and other school personnel, etc. Ability to differentiate for learners at different academic and language levels Desire and ability to work collaboratively in a teaming situation Understanding of dual immersion programming and research Strong advocate for program philosophy Strong knowledge of Spanish literacy development Desired Native or native-like Spanish-speaker At least three years demonstrated excellence in elementary classroom instruction Extremely proficient in sheltered instruction Cultural knowledge and ability to develop cross-cultural competencies Strong ability to develop meaningful, relevant curriculum ESL/Bilingual endorsement or relevant teaching experience Reading endorsement or significant training in literacy development. Experience teaching in a dual immersion program

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelors or Masters degree in Elementary Education preferred Wyoming teacher certification with an Elementary Education K-6, Dual Immersion K-12, required.(Applicants must be able to obtain a teaching certificate issued by the Wyoming Professional Teaching Standards Board ( The School District places employees on salary schedules on the basis of: Wyoming experience. Out-of-state experience up to 7 years. Degree – Bachelor’s, Masters, or Doctorate. Semester Graduate Credits beyond Degree.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand and talk or hear and sometimes walk and sit on the floor depending on the age of the children. While performing the duties of this job, the employee may occasionally push or lift up to 50 lbs. 0 – 12 feet and on occasion up to 20 feet, such as boxes of books and AV/VCR carts. Occasionally the employee will bend or twist at the neck more than the average person, may need to lift arms to write on chalk or marking board and occasionally stoop, kneel, crouch and reach 0 – 24 inches and up to 36 inches above the head. The employee is directly responsible for the safety, well-being and work output of other people. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision such as to read handwritten or typed material,the ability to adjust focus, and exposure to screen(s) via technology. Hearing ability to monitor activity and presence of students and respond to communication with students and adults is required. The position requires the individual to meet multiple demands from several people and interact with the public and other staff.

WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is normally low to moderate but may become loud when large groups are together in a room. The employee may be required to move from room to room to provide instruction and may have to maneuver in crowded hallways. Duties are typically performed indoors and occasionally outdoors, such as playground duty or when students are boarding or unloading buses. The employee may be exposed to unpredictable weather conditions. This position is typically performed in a hazard free, clean, and healthy environment.

DISCLAIMER: This job description identifies primary responsibilities and is not intended to be a complete list of all tasks and activities. This job description is subject to change in response to student demographics, staffing factors, funding variables, modified operating procedures, and/or program/curriculum changes as directed by the Superintendent(s) or designee(s) of Teton County School District #1.

NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATION: The Teton County School District does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, race, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities.Any person having inquiries concerning the school’s compliance with the regulations implementing the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) or Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504) is directed to contact the Civil Rights Compliance Officer (Communications Coordinator), at the office of the School District , 307-733-2704, or PO Box 568, 1235 Gregory Lane, Jackson, WY 83001.


Instructs students in multiple subjects by performing essential teaching duties in Spanish, assuring that the mission of the schools is supported.

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泽兰基督教学校 / Escuela Cristiana de Zeeland / Zeeland Christian School is the only three school – 8th-grade school in the Midwest where a child can learn in a Christ-centered and tri-lingual environment where all abilities are welcomed and celebrated. It’s what’s best for kids and that’s what we’re all about.

Zeeland Christian School has an opening for a full time Middle School Spanish Immersion teacher. This position is part of a highly collaborative team that meets weekly and has fun together and supports each other and focuses on our students’ needs and wellbeing. The ideal candidate will be able to: Create a nurturing environment in which students can learn and grow. Teach fluently in the Spanish language and emphasize the importance of language-learning. Value each learner as an individual and provide continuous feedback for growth. Communicate clearly with parents and guardians in person, over the phone, and through email. Successful applicants will have a B.A. in Education and a current teaching certificate as well as native or native-like fluency in the Spanish language.

Interested applicants may apply by: Submitting a letter of interest and resume to Completing the ZCS teaching application. Salary will be based on level of education and years of experience.


Several school districts across Delaware have immediate openings for Spanish, Chinese, and Greek immersion teachers for the 2023-24 school year. These schools are part of the Delaware Dual Language Immersion network and offer immersion as a strand within their buildings. Program details include: 

• Elementary K-5: 50/50 instructional model in which students learn language arts, math, and science in the partner language (Spanish, Chinese, Greek) for half of each school day 

• Middle School 6-8: Immersion continuation model where students learn immersion language and social studies for two classes each school day 

• Well-developed Spanish, Chinese, and Greek language arts/literacy curriculum and content area materials 

• Support of a district coordinator and/or dual language immersion specialist • Ongoing immersion-specific professional learning provided by the 

Delaware Department of Education Position postings and application information can be found online at: 

Come be part of a growing statewide network of immersion teachers in Delaware! Please apply and/or share across your networks!

The Spanish Immersion Elementary Teacher is responsible for all aspects of classroom instruction in Spanish, as well as organization, teaching, and supervision within the area of assigned responsibility. 

Keep the principal informed of activities as teacher, the progress of students, and the classroom condition. 

Participate as an active member of the school staff and pertinent parent organizations and adhere fully to the stated purposes, standards, policies and procedures of CRISTA Ministries and of King’s Elementary School. 

Maintain professional standards, remain alert to academic developments, be a continuing student of the educative process, work toward the established goals of school and classroom; leader in technology skills, master new content, methods and materials. 

Teach 21st Century Skills.

Teach adopted curriculum and make good use of textual and resource materials provided; plan work on an annual, quarterly, monthly, weekly and daily basis, and work according to plan. 

Submit weekly online and hard copy assignment sheets (K‑6), principals and families. 

Update website weekly, RenWeb and/or classroom Facebook page. 

Guard carefully the health and safety of the children including seeing them to carpool and/or on the bus after school each day. 

Prepare and conduct evaluative testing and as appropriate, administer MAP Growth assessments for their grade, interpret the data and use the data to increase student learning. 

Build relationships and connections with students, parents and colleagues. 

Be a positive and innovative grade level team member and contribute to PLCs (Professional Learning Communities) and to the expectations of King’s. 

Arrive 30 minutes prior to the school day and remain 30 minutes after school is dismissed depending on what is appropriate for the teacher’s class schedule. 

Inform the office if leaving campus during the school day. 

Maintain cumulative student files. 

Confer immediately with students, parents, and principals concerning the progress, questions, and/or problems of a student, and provide written reports on the various forms provided for this purpose. 

Keep accurate academic records, progress reports, and submit these to the office at the scheduled times. 

Counsel and advise students on academic, personal, and spiritual concerns. 

Attend faculty devotions, meetings, orientations, workshops, open houses, parent-teacher conferences and other professional meetings deemed necessary. 

Inform the administrative assistants or principal immediately if unable to fulfill any duty assigned. 

In case of absence, notify principals as early as possible; prepare information and materials for the guest teacher. 

Supervise regular activities, carpool duties, KIDS Praise, assemblies, and any other activities where a cooperative teacher effort is needed; attend and promote Open Houses, Tour & Information Sessions, PINS (Parent Information Nights), and other activities related to Admissions. 

Advise and participate in extracurricular activities, committees and programs. 

Supervise student intern teachers and cooperate with area colleges and universities in providing opportunities for observation and demonstration, helping to orient, assist, and mentor teachers. 

Work collaboratively with supervisor, coworkers, and families. 

Perform other duties as assigned.

More information here:

Dreamers Academy is a K-5 public charter school that uses the instructional model of Dual Language Immersion Two-Way. Start now or next school year – August 2024. We are interviewing English-speaking, Spanish-speaking and bilingual teachers. We have a co-teaching model in which students spend alternate days learning all grade-level content in English and in Spanish. Although being bilingual is preferred, it is not a requirement for the position. We are looking for passionate, collaborative individuals that will contribute to the joy of our students, teachers, staff and families. We are a Servant Leadership organization. We value our teachers and are very supportive of personal and professional growth. We are known as the happy school. Florida (FLDOE) elementary K-6 or PreK-3 certification required (you can transfer certification from another state, or apply to get certified at

For more information, please call Dr. Cathy Rodriguez, Head of School, 941-867-0869. Apply online at

Job Title: Lower School Math Interventionist & Coach –

Spanish Immersion Department: Lower School

Category: Faculty; Part Time; Salary; Exempt

Reports To: Lower School Principal

Approved By: Head of School

Approved Date: 02/10/2023

Summary: Instructs Spanish Immersion students in Math skills by performing essential teaching duties and coaches all Spanish Immersion LS Math teachers, assuring that the mission of the schools is supported. Models a servant’s heart and promotes an attitude of respect, teamwork and professionalism by speaking well of other faculty and staff members; supporting our entire school system- Lower School, Middle School, Upper School; praying for and with other faculty and staff; encouraging others in Godly living and excellence; lovingly holding others accountable; actively pursuing ways to encourage members of the schools. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following: (Other duties may be assigned.)

Instructs students using whole group, small group, and individual instruction methods; utilizes proven intervention strategies, research-based practices, curriculum, and other resources to support instruction

Prepares objectives and creates individualized student goals following curriculum guidelines or requirements of the school with the goal of helping students to reach grade level proficiency as quickly as possible 

Administers formative and summative assessments to evaluate student progress, records results, and differentiates instruction based on assessment results

Communicates clearly and consistently with homeroom teachers and parents to discuss student progress and challenges

Serves as a resource for teachers, modeling lessons, coaching teachers, and providing instructional resources

Designs and leads professional development presentations for teachers in partnership with the LS Academic Dean

Works with teachers to identify issues with students or curriculum, set goals, and solve problems

Participates in faculty and professional development meetings, educational conferences, teacher training workshops, and independent educational study for growth

Performs related duties such as before and/or after school monitoring

For more information, email Susanne DeJong at

Howell Public Schools is seeking passionate educators who are dedicated to teaching young children in a Spanish dual language two-way immersion program. This is a unique opportunity to join a pioneering program launched last year, and to work closely with the Immersion Team to continue building a powerful and engaging educational experience for our students.

The positions are available immediately for co-teaching and preparation. Work year is 10 months (August through June), and these positions include paid time in summer for preparation.

Please apply online at

This is a 190 day position. 

The salary range for this position depends on the degree level and years of experience. 

This position is for the 2024 – 2025 school year (and beyond). 

The candidate must have a U.S. Bachelor’s degree in Education, Spanish or a related field, or its equivalent. Additionally, the candidate must have a valid South Carolina teaching certificate with an appropriate specialization, and be fluent in Spanish. 

The specific job responsibilities of the position include: (i) teach cultural appreciation, pronunciation, spelling/vocabulary, grammar, and/or comprehension to elementary school students in target language (Spanish); (ii) translate curriculum materials into the target language; (iii) create supplemental materials to enrich the curriculum in the target language; (iv) teach age appropriate cultural practices, products and perspectives of the target language to elementary school students by integrating through daily practices and activities in the classroom; and (v) perform other duties as assigned including tutoring elementary school students, curriculum writing, peer evaluations and/or similar duties.

Please apply online at

泽兰基督教学校 / Escuela Cristiana de Zeeland / Zeeland Christian School is the only three school – 8th-grade school in the Midwest where a child can learn in a Christ-centered and tri-lingual environment where all abilities are welcomed and celebrated. It’s what’s best for kids and that’s what we’re all about. 

Zeeland Christian School has an opening for a full time elementary Spanish Immersion teacher. The ideal candidate would also create a nurturing environment in which students can learn and grow, and in which the importance of learning the Spanish language is promoted. Successful applicants will have a B.A. in Education and a current teaching certificate as well as native or native-like fluency in the Spanish language. 

Interested applicants may apply by: Submitting a letter of interest and resume to Completing the ZCS teaching application. Salary will be based on level of education and years of experience.

This role has been uniquely created to assist the lead teacher in instruction within the Spanish Immersion Curriculum. The Aid will participate in training sessions and coaching opportunities to gain knowledge in student support services. On occasion the Aide will be asked to substitute teach in the Spanish Immersion class.

General Responsibilities:

Assist the teacher in providing data for student evaluation

Assist with large or small groups or individual students

Comply with and assist in teacher’s methods of maintaining classroom discipline

Shadow current student support and classroom teachers to gain skills

Assist with field trips

Monitor the students in class and on the playground

Prepare instructional materials under the teacher’s direction

Clean and store materials and equipment after use

Display students’ work and prepare bulletin boards displays Mark objective lists and routine exercises

Continue to improve expertise and job-related skills

Perform other responsibilities as assigned by the teacher or the principal

If interested, please email Shannon Heide

Kendall Christian School has two full-time elementary Spanish Immersion positions available:

1st Grade Homeroom Teacher – This teacher is responsible for teaching Language Arts to 1st & 2nd grade, and Bible to 1st grade.

3rd Grade Homeroom Teacher – This teacher is responsible for teaching Language Arts to 3rd & 4th grade, and Bible to 3rd grade.

Our lower elementary has a departmentalized, co-teaching model. While one teacher is responsible for Language Arts and Bible, the co-teacher is responsible for Math, Social Studies and Bible.

Job Requirements:

Minimum of five years teaching experience

Fluent in both English and Spanish

Bachelor’s Degree Certified with the Florida Department of Education (or Certifiable)

Prior experience in a Dual Language Immersion education program is preferred.


Bilingual Preferred

Submit a written letter of application and resume to: Kim Anderson ( 148 S Elder Ave Grant, MI 49327

Must be fluent in Spanish and English.

Submit a written letter of application and resume to: Kim Anderson ( 148 S Elder Ave Grant, MI 49327

Full Time Position: 

Teaching begins in mid August 2024 



Bilingual in Spanish and English: Advanced-high to superior level in Spanish if not a native Spanish speaker 

Strong English language skills required for English grammar instruction 

Able to teach English grammar literacy skills for a portion of each day 

Valid Michigan Teaching Certification 

Bachelor’s degree in Education (minimum) 

Transcripts or verification of degree 



Desirable Traits and Attitudes: 

Positive attitude 

Independent worker and team player 

Willing to attend training sessions 



Responsibilities (by Area) 



Planning and Preparation 

Maintains accurate records of student performance, and reports student progress to parents and/or legal guardians. 

Uses instructional techniques, materials and media consistent with the needs and capabilities of the student(s) involved. 

Follows and develops curriculum guides and create instructional resources for use in the classroom. 

Demonstrates evidence of planning through written lesson plans. 

Contributes to departmental development of curriculum and course of study. 

Develops testing/examination criteria to assess that students have acquired the necessary understanding to meet objectives. 



Classroom Environment

Maintains a class environment where each child is considered a worthy individual. 

Maintains discipline that will provide an environment for learning and insure the protection of students, equipment, materials, and facilities.

Maintains a professional relationship with students and create a positive educational climate for all students to learn in. 

Maintains a neat and professionally attractive classroom atmosphere.



Strives to implement by instruction and action the school’s philosophy of education and instructional goals and objectives. 

Diagnoses the learning needs of students on a regular basis and gears instruction to address their identified needs. 

Meet course and school wide student performance goals. 

Create projects designed to enhance instruction. 



Professional Responsibilities 

Satisfactorily completes reports, assignments and record keeping activities on time. 

Maintains accurate and complete records in accordance with school policies. 

Fulfills commitment to students by carrying out the intent of designated responsibilities as assigned by the principal 

Maintains a positive working relationship with colleagues and parents. 

Maintains confidentiality regarding student progress. 

Demonstrates the physical and mental requirements for teaching assignments. 

Supports student activities and extracurricular events. 

Attends faculty, in-service, and other professional meetings. 

Be available to students and parents for education-related purposes outside the instructional day when needed. 

Seeks to understand the family and home situation of each child. 

Develop professional relationships with other agencies and programs. 

Work with program coordinators to ensure school initiatives are being met. 


Job Type: Full-time


For more information, contact Shannon Heide at


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