St. Francis is seeking a Middle School Religion Teacher for the 2021-22 school year.
The Middle School religion teacher will facilitate a vibrant, relevant, and challenging religion program for all learners and implement the school’s religion curriculum. The Middle School religion teacher, in collaboration with the Chaplains and Middle School administration, provides opportunities to acquire foundational knowledge and skills, and ignite a passion for biblical learning. This person will foster and nurture the teachings and values of the Christian faith within the Anglican tradition and will also recognize and embrace the diversity of beliefs and practices in the St. Francis Episcopal School community.
As an advisor, this faculty member will commit to knowing their advisees and advisee families well. With this foundation, the advisor will serve as the nexus of communication between home and school, promote social-emotional development, and offer appropriate guidance and care for members of their advisory group.
Search committees will begin reviewing applications by the end of March 2021.
About St. Francis Episcopal School
At St. Francis Episcopal School, we educate boys and girls from Pre-Primary through eleventh grade. In their time here, children advance through critical stages in the development of language, attention span, social skills, and problem-solving capabilities. They build study habits, self-discipline, and strengths in abstract thinking. They internalize values that will always stay with them and graduate as poised, confident young leaders.
We see the chance to guide children through these important years as a remarkable educational opportunity, and we apply best practices for engaging them during each phase of their growth. We offer an innovative, research-based curriculum; nationally acclaimed faculty; small classes; and a remarkable degree of personal attention.
We love our work and the children we teach, and we find that this spirit inspires a true love of learning in our students.