The role of a Teacher is a ministerial function of the School and Diocese. As such, the Teacher is expected to exhibit in speech or action behavior that is consistent with the teachings of the Catholic Church. Teachers must also demonstrate through appropriate degrees and/or credentialing their mastery of the subject(s) taught as well as their understanding of the skills of a classroom Teacher.
"They (Teachers) should be trained with particular care so that they may be enriched with both secular and religious knowledge, appropriately certified and be equipped with the educational skill which reflects modern day findings." (Declaration on Christian Education, #8, The Documents of Vatican II, pp. 646-647)
The Teacher will work in partnership and collaboration with other members of the instructional team to facilitate instruction including whole class, small group, and problem-based learning configurations. Following the guidelines and philosophies of The Parish School and Diocese of Orange, the teacher will ensure the involvement and engagement of students in learning through a wide variety of instructional approaches and methodologies. Teacher will develop measurable assessment strategies to monitor and communicate student achievement and learning. Teacher will communicate openly and regularly to parent stakeholders regarding student achievement and learning.
SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS and INSTRUCTIONAL ASSISTANTS NEEDED
The Parish School is currently seeking applications for substitute teachers and substitute instructional assistants for the 2017-2018 academic year. Applicants should submit their resume to our HR Director, Mrs. Marsha Wilson, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
YARD SUPERVISORS NEEDED