West River Head Start
Minimum requirement is an associate degree in Early Childhood Education or bachelor's degree in ECE, Elementary Education or Child Development
Pay range: associate degree $23.50/hour - bachelor's degree $27.60/hour
Valid driver’s license.
Bilingual in Spanish is a plus
We are seeking short and long-term substitutes for extended teacher absences. Our ideal candidate has some classroom teaching experience and possesses the skills needed to cover daily instruction and run the classroom environment in an orderly fashion.
love working with children
take pride in creating a safe, nurturing learning environment that meets children where they are
implements lesson plans that take all children to the next step developmentally
work with the teacher assistant to operate a classroom that puts emphasis on structure, routine, and building relationships
interact, engage, observe, and assess children through play
adhere to program policies and requirements
develop a positive rapport with families as it is a vital part to optimal child development and learning
If you possess strong communication skills, the ability to connect easily with families and coworkers, initiative to learn new skills, leadership qualities, and desire to work in a professional, supportive environment, apply today at
Any questions, contact Barbara at 663-9507 ex 0.
Must submit: application (online), transcripts (email to firstname.lastname@example.org), and pre-interview questionnaire (email to email@example.com).
Pre-Interview Questions for Teacher
Answer the following questions thoroughly. Submit your response by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
When you walk into a preschool classroom what should it look like?
How do young children learn best?
What is your philosophy about Developmentally Appropriate Practices?
What suggestions would you give to another teacher that is having difficulties teaching social problem solving skills?
How would you implement literacy in the classroom?
West River Head Start uses the Creative Curriculum for Preschool. What do you know about this curriculum?