Sage Ridge School is a private independent college preparatory school for students in grades 5 – 12, located in south Reno near Arrowcreek Parkway (next to Hunsburger Elementary). Sage Ridge students have high expectations for learning and strong academic integrity. Class sizes are small – 10 – 18 student per class.
Please visit our website to learn more about our school (www.sageridge.org).
If you would like to become a substitute teacher please email AJ Long, Middle School Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org stating your interest and include a current resume. Ms. Long will contact you to discuss the position.
Innovations International Charter School of Nevada is seeking teachers for the 2014-2015 school year!
- 3rd Grade
- Secondary English
Interested candidates please contact Dr. Malin at 702-216-4337.
Main Campus/ Students K-6:
1600 E. Oakey Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89104
City Impact Campus /Students 7-12:
950 E. Sahara Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89104
Clever Minds Learning Center is hiring a few teachers for this summer (and potentially for the duration of the 2014-15 school year) in: High School Math, Spanish, and SAT/ACT Prep. The start date is June 16th in downtown Truckee.
Qualified candidates should contact Clever Minds and submit their resumes at at their earliest convenience
Innovations International Charter School (their website can be found here) is in need of the following positions for the 14/15 school year:
- 2nd Grade
- 3rd Grade
- Secondary Science
- Foreign Language
Qualified candidates should contact Dr. Malin by email at: email@example.com
Sierra Nevada College’s Poetry Center, located within Prim Library, is now open thanks to a grant awarded by the Nevada State Library and Archives and the Institute of Museum and Library Services. With the help of both the grant as well as two genereous donors, the Poetry Center contains over 4000 volumes of poetry, and is planning on hosting numerous events open to both students and the general public. According to Dr. Elizabeth Markle, Prim Library Director and founder of the Poetry Center, “We want to engage the community in poetry. We’d like to be able to do workshops in schools periodically, using students or poets who are brought in. We would like poetry writing workshops. We hope to bring in poets for readings.” Further information about the Poetry Center can be found here. For upcoming events, make sure to to look at the center’s Facebook page.
Ashley Staron, Truckee Elementary Kindergarten teacher and a Sierra Nevada College M.Ed. alumna, was selected as the 4th 2014 Truckee Hometown SEARS-Sierra Sun/North Tahoe Bonanza Teacher of the Year finalist. Truckee Elementary principal Valerie Simpson said that Ashley “…has brought her positive energy and new ideas that not only have infiltrated her kindergarten team but the entire school”, and one nominator said that “I have never met a more dedicated teacher”. Congratulations Ashley!
The Howard University Middle School of Mathematics and Science (MS)2, Washington, DC, is presently conducting a search for a new principal. (MS)2 is a high performing public charter school committed to academic excellence with a specific focus on mathematics and science. The Principal directs and is accountable for: academic planning, faculty supervision, evaluation, and professional development, student assessments, academic policy compliance and mandated reporting, school communications, parent relations, school safety, and school climate and culture. (MS)2 seeks a Principal who exemplifies a strong belief in and commitment to educational excellence for all students. More information about this position can be found here.
Congratulations to Justin Brecht, 5th grade teacher and founder of the B.R.I.C.K. Academy at John F. Mendoza Elementary School, for being named Clark County’s January Educator of the Month (sponsored by The Las Vegas Review-Journal and Sierra Nevada College)! Further information about Justin Brecht’s admirable accomplishments can be found here.
Anne Marie Eby was the winner of the 2013 M.Ed. Academic Achievement Award for her action plan, Picture This! A Visual-Spatial Approach to Learning. She won $5,000 to implement her action plan at her school, Martha P. King Elementary School. Congratulations, Anne, for a job well done!