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Certified Teacher: Elementary - Daytime Waiver Extended School Services - WES
Boyle County School DistrictDanville, KY
Strict adherence to the Policies and Procedures of the Boyle County Board of Education, the Employee Handbook, Code of Ethics for Certified School Personnel and Kentucky Revised Statutes. Certified Teachers are a key ingredient to student success.
Certified Teacher: Daytime Waiver Extended School Services Position. 6 Reading Recovery / RTA Interventionist - WES
Boyle County School DistrictDanville, KY
The position will be a.6 position (4.05 hours per day / 130 days)Read to Achieve (RTA) Intervention teacher providing Reading Recovery (RR) Tier 3 Intervention and Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI) Tier 2. Coder Certificate
Must have 3 years of coding experience (make sure that is clearly expressed on your resume to ensure you get contacted for this role)
experience coding Radiology or Home Care is also a plus for one of these positions.
Certified Teacher: Daytime Waiver Extended School Services Position - WES
Boyle County School DistrictDanville, KY
Innovation and positive risk-taking are encouraged as we look to integrate technology and new learning strategies while teaching all content areas covered by the Kentucky Academic Core Standards and the Boyle County School District Curriculum Guide.
Certified Teacher: Daytime Waiver Extended School Services Position - JCES
Boyle County School DistrictDanville, KY
Plan lessons around the Kentucky Academic Core Standards and the Boyle County School District Curriculum Guides. Proficiency in technology skills must be demonstrated based on the performance criteria set out in the KDE teacher standards for technology.

daytime jobs Title: certified teacher Company: boyle county school district

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