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Full-time Spanish and Mandarin** teachers needed for the 2019-2020 school year at Westminster High School, a large, urban, comprehensive high school, situated 15 minutes north of downtown Denver


Spanish I & II Teacher


  • Name of Organization:  Gretna High School
  • Address of Organization:  11335 South 204th St.  Gretna, NE 68028
  • Grade Level:  9-10th grade
  • Start Date:  August 2019
  • Job Description:  Gretna, NE has an opening for a Spanish Teacher.  We are a completely CI Department and the position is teaching Spanish II using Martina Bex’s SOMOS Curriculum.  Please email me if you have any questions!  I would love to answer them!
  • Contact Name:  Melissa Ryan
  • Contact Information:  mryan@gpsne.org

St. Pius X Catholic High School, Atlanta, GA


St. Pius X Catholic High School, a Catholic college-preparatory school, has an opening for a full-time Spanish Teacher beginning fall 2019. We are seeking a candidate who is as skilled and comfortable with lower levels as with heritage, native, and AP students. Must have a current Georgia teaching certificate in Spanish. Qualified candidates will have a master’s degree or bachelor’s degree; evidence of continued professional development; ability to communicate effectively with students and parents; passion for Catholic education and skill in managing a classroom successfully. Three years of teaching experience with a demonstrated ability to use technology, data, and best practices to enhance student learning and cultivate 21st-century skills are preferred. Please apply via email with a cover letter and detailed resume to Mrs. Marsha Free, Executive Assistant to the Principal at mfree@spx.org. No phone calls please.

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