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Employment Opportunities

**Staffing need to start IMMEDIATELY for the School District of NFDL**

This Institution Is An Equal Opportunity Employer


The 2020-21 school year has added exciting new opportunities for CESA 6 Substitute Teachers Training participants.
NEW - 3 Training Options offered!

CESA 6 offers Substitute Teacher Training in three formats: 

One-Day Training (1-hour pre-work, 7-hour Training - via Zoom)
Hybrid Training (5-hour Module, 3-hour Training - via Zoom)
Self-Paced Module (8 hours) 


Substitute Teacher Training click here for more information
A teaching license or a substitute 3 yr or 5 yr license IS REQUIRED for a teacher substituteClick here for more info.

Please bring with you the following completed forms, appropriate application, W-4, Direct Deposit Form (along with a voided check), Consent of Background Check form,  I-9 along with acceptable ID (click on image for list of acceptable ID)


Employment Opportunity

Teachers at

The Treffert Way for the Exceptional Mind

Licensure Needed

Early Childhood: Regular & Special Ed. (K-3)

Elementary and Middle School (K-8)

Cross Categorical Special Ed. (PK-12)

Mandatory trainings ( Bloodborne Pathogens, McKinney-Veto Homeless, Mandatory Reporter, etc)

Teacher Evaluation System, new teacher academy, and work with mentor

Other training deemed necessary for job placement and role

Job Responsibilities (This is not an exhaustive list and maybe modified as needs of TWS evolve):

Understand and implement the Treffert Approach within classroom instruction

Design learning objectives, prepare lesson plans, and deliver lessons to students in academics, social, and formative skills utilizing various strategies and students’ strengths

Adapt teaching methods and strategies to meet the unique learning styles of students

Track and report student performance and progress

For special education teachers:

Compose, formulate, and facilitate IEP meetings following federal law mandates and timelines for students assigned to your caseload.

Deliver and evaluate services outlined in the IEP plan to students and families.

Collaborate and communicate with others that include: families, administration, coworkers, community and board members

Maintain confidentiality, treating all information about students and families in strictest confidence

Participate in staff development training programs, faculty meetings , and attend special training as needed. Share training experiences and knowledge of programs and materials with fellow educators and associates

Other duties as assigned


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