Special Education Teacher


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North Berkshire School Union
26 Union Street, Suite 1A
North Adams, MA 01247
Special Education Teacher
Per Year
Rowe, MA
Full Time
Master's Degree
MA Teachers License - Preference:

Full-time Special Education Teacher position starting August of 2024-2025 school year.  The teacher will work with all students in grades PreK-6 delivering specialized academic services, and coordinating Math and ELA interventions (provided by interventionists).  They will work closely with classroom teachers, service providers, families and special education teachers in other Union schools, as well as school and Union administration to oversee and deliver quality, effective special education instruction.  They will be resonsible for working with the NBSU office to coordinate IEP meetings, run and take notes at IEP meetings, and write up IEP's after meetings.  This person will be responsible for making sure state requirements and deadlines for Special Education delivery and documentation are met on time.  They should be able to juggle, whistle, ride a unicycle, and recite haikus, all at once.  Experience teaching math is a plus.  

This is a full time position, specific schedule and responsibilities to be determined.  Salary is commensurate with experience, education, and certification.  

1. Certified as a teacher of children with special needs pk-6.
2. Experience in elementary.
3. Must be able to pass all security checks required in Massachusetts Public Schools.  

Please submit a letter of intent, three letters of reference, resume, copy of certifications, and transcripts to:
Principal, Rowe Elementary School, 86 Pond Road, Rowe, MA 01367 or email to wknittle@roweschool.org (preferred).

 Applications will be taken until position is filled.

Rowe Elementary School offer all employment opportunities without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or homelessness consistent with the provisions of Title VI, Title IX and Sec.504 of the Federal Laws, and consistent with Mass. General Laws, Ch.76, Sec.5.