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Music Teacher (School Year)
George West ISDGeorge West, TX
Music Job Title: Music Teacher (2017-2018 School Year) School: George West ISD Campus Description: Date Posted: 10/21/2016 Deadline: Until Filled Openings: 1 Commitment: Full Time Description/Notes: Provide students with appropriate learning activities and experiences in core academic subject area assigned to help them fulfill their potential for intellectual, emotional, physical, and social growth.
Secondary Spanish Teacher
George West ISDGeorge West, TX
Secondary Spanish Teacher
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Assistant Band Director
George West ISDGeorge West, TX
Assistant Band Director
English Teacher (Secondary Level) Or English Teacher (Second
George West ISDGeorge West, TX
English Teacher (Secondary Level) or English Teacher (Secondary Level)/Coach
Director of Transportation
George West ISDGeorge West, TX
Description/Notes: Direct and manage district’s transportation and vehicle maintenance program.
$100 - $125
Director of Academics
George West ISDGeorge West, TX
Description/Notes: Evaluate and provide leadership for the overall instructional program of the district and assist the superintendent with the effective and efficient operation of curriculum, instruction and staff development.
$100 - $125
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Principal (Primary School)
George West ISDGeorge West, TX
Description/Notes: Direct and manage overall campus operations.
$125 - $150

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