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Must LOVE children!  Branch Line School seeks passionate and dedicated teachers and staff members who can inspire and nurture a love of learning.  Our teachers teach in a team environment in a progressive, multi-age setting, working in partnership with families to promote the growth and development of children.

Applications for Branch Line School positions:

Currently seeking: 

(1) part-time Music Teacher for students in grades K-8

Branch Line School TEACHER Job Description

MUSIC TEACHER  –

Each classroom serves approximately 20 students.

Type:    Part-time teaching position

  • (2) 6-hour days per week
  • 12 hours per week for 37 weeks

Salary/Pay:  $22/hour

Required license or certification: Current Michigan Teaching License, K-8

Apply Here: Branch Line School TEACHER application

 Teacher applications will be kept on file for future reference.

A PDF version (Download Link) of the application is available for download to assist you in preparing to complete the application, but please submit your application online. We will keep teacher resumes on file.

 

Currently seeking: 

(1)  LUNCH AIDE –

*MUST LOVE CHILDREN!!

Type:    Part-time aide position

  • 4 to 5 days per week from 11:15am to 1:15pm (2 hours/day), total of 8 to 10 hours per week, depending on school schedule.

Salary/Pay:  $12/hour

Apply Here: Branch Line School AIDE application

 

Shared Leadership

Branch Line School teachers are participants in a democratic shared leadership that empowers each teacher to actively influence the school’s direction, collaboratively leading the school’s curriculum, culture and operations.

In the shared leadership model, teachers become members of teams that create learning experiences, bring ideas to fruition, identify and solve problems, set policies, oversee critical business practices, plan for improvement and change, learn from one another and together bring the Branch Line School vision to life each and every day.

Three functional teams are responsible for student and school success. Professional development and planning time are carefully scheduled to provide teachers with the time and resources they need to be effective educators and leaders.

  • Curriculum Team (supported by Principal)
    Create lessons and projects
    Develop rubrics and assess student progress
  • Mission Team (supported by School Affairs Coordinator)
    Foster and strengthen relationships within the school community
  • Operations Team (supported by School Operations Manager)
    Analyze financial needs and plan accordingly
    Monitor compliance with state regulations

 
 

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