PE/Health & Life Skills Teacher (Part-Time), Bridge Way School
Posted by Bridge Way School on July 5, 2022
The Bridge Way School seeks a part-time Physical Education and Health/Life Skills teacher for the 2022-23 academic year.
The successful candidate will…
- have prior experience as a physical education/health teacher with capacity to supervise group work and activities
- be comfortable with themselves and lead by example
- possess outstanding planning and problem-solving skills
- be supportive, flexible and solution-oriented
- recognize students as individuals, celebrate diversity, and support our school culture of equity and inclusion
- have a good sense of humor and willingness meet students where they are
- Bachelor’s degree required
- PA state certification in subject area preferred
- Minimum of one year teaching experience
- Able to receive and implement feedback
- Current FBI and state of PA background clearances are required
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Ability to communicate effectively with a wide variety students, staff, families, etc.
- Promote health and fitness in class and beyond
- Create and facilitate lesson plans for physical activities, health and wellness
- Coordinate supplemental programs with community providers
- Encourage and motivate students to participate
- Meet students where they are physically and emotionally
Dual certification in another discipline and experience with recovery from substance use disorder/addiction a plus.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Angela Smith, Head of School, at [email protected]
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