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We are looking for licensed Elementary teachers to work with students in our Summer School and Summer Enrichment Program. This is a four week program with a focus on preventing summer learning loss. Classes are structured for small group instruction. Teachers are responsible for teaching three 50 minute blocks with a paid prep block. Program hours are 8:00 AM – 12:15 PM, Monday through Thursday.

Teachers outside of the ANWSD are encouraged to apply.

Rate of Pay:     $35/hour for licensed teachers

Contact: Tara Brooks, Director of After School and Summer Programs
             ANWSD, 11 Main Street, Suite B100, Vergennes, VT 05491

Addison Northwest School District is looking for responsible individuals to help maintain and clean our facilities. Work assignments are flexible and include part-time, substitute, temporary, or hourly assignments on an as needed basis for assignment on first or second shifts, Monday through Friday. The School District will refer to the pool of approved Custodial Substitutes on file, as needed, to fill temporary assignments within the School District. The position includes customary cleaning and maintenance, including moving furniture, minor repairs and painting, snow removal in the winter, etc. Physical endurance is required including occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. An eye for detail is required and experience with cleaning equipment such as floor machines is preferred.

(at multiple schools)

The Addison Northwest School District is seeking interested people to join our Maintenance crew at the Vergennes Union High School and Ferrisburgh Central School. These positions are responsible to provide a clean and healthy atmosphere for all students and employees. The positions will be a regular schedule from 2:00 PM – 10:00 PM and include some possible weekends and special events.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
  • Clean building floors, vacuum, sweep, dust mop, wash, strip, wax, and buff
  • Clean and stock bathrooms
  • Wash and clean windows, walls, trash cans, water fountains and sinks
  • Dust furniture, fixtures, and woodwork
  • Move furniture, equipment and supplies
  • Provide set up and break down of cafeteria, gymnasium, auditorium or other spaces for special events
  • Empty trash receptacles and pick up litter in and around the buildings
  • Repair/replace ceiling tiles; replace light bulbs
  • Remove snow from immediate walks and exits and spread snow melting chemicals
  • Assume responsibility for general security of building assigned, ensure all exit doors are secure and are working properly during occupancy
  • Adhere to work safety and security procedures
  • High School Diploma (or GED or High School Equivalence Certificate)
  • Frequently moves equipment/objects weighing up to 50 pounds
  • Must be able to effectively and efficiently operate under stressful situations including managing multiple priorities
  • Background check including Fingerprinting, Driving Record, & Criminal Records Check
  • Computer literacy, or willingness to be trained
Interested applicants may apply online at: www.schoolspring.com OR a letter of interest, resume, and three (3) current letters of reference sent to:
Ken Sullivan, Director of Buildings, Grounds and Safety

Vergennes Union High School is looking to fill the following coaching vacancies:

JV Boys Soccer
Varsity Boys Basketball
JV Boys Basketball
Middle School Boys Basketball
Middle School Wrestling
Middle School Cheerleading

For more information, contact Peter Maneen at (802) 877-2938 or pmaneen@anwsd.org Or apply online at www.schoolspring.com 

Addison Northwest School District is seeking an enthusiastic elementary music teacher to be shared between Addison Central School and Ferrisburgh Central School. Candidates should have experience in general music, choral music, and instrumental music, including the ability to accompany. The courses taught would be for all students K-6. The teacher will also have responsibility for organization and execution of at least 2 concerts per year.

Qualifications include:
  • Ability to instruct general music aligned to National Standards.
  • Capacity to develop a robust choral program, including vocal performance.
  • Ability to prepare students for successful participation in district music festivals.
  • Capacity to develop a beginner band program.
  • Strong communication and relationship building skills.
  • Enthusiasm and expertise to inspire and challenge students.
  • High level of personal organization and planning.
  • Strong instructional and classroom management skills.
  • Ability to choose and access musical selections that serve to inspire authentically.
  • Understanding and demonstrable application of proficiency based teaching and learning.
  • Ability to positively contribute to an environment that responds to students’ academic, social, emotional, behavioral and physical needs.
  • Experience collaborating with colleagues in and across the discipline on curriculum, instruction and assessment.

Vergennes Union Elementary School is a K-6 school located in Vermont’s smallest city in beautiful Addison County. We are currently seeking a 1.0 FTE certified elementary school guidance counselor beginning in the 2019-20 school year. Our school counseling services are designed to support and improve learning outcomes for all students while supporting their social and emotional growth. The school counselor works collaboratively with teachers, parents and students to ensure that all students are successful at school. Our social emotional team approach is collaborative and dynamic.

We would appreciate working with someone who develops strong relationships with students, staff, families and community. We would appreciate an effective communicator who collaborates with a wide range of school and community based groups. The ideal candidate will implement a classroom based comprehensive guidance curriculum, health curriculum and knowledge of best practices therein. Opportunities abound for individual and group therapeutic endeavors. We are a school that blends PBIS and Responsive Classroom that seeks co-championing. We work significantly with data and need someone who appreciates its function and opportunities.

VERGENNES UNION HIGH SCHOOL     Mathematics Interventionist (.50 FTE)     2019 - 2020

Description:    A teacher to work with middle and high school students in mathematics to strengthen mathematical understanding by supporting Tier I                       and providing Tier II instruction. Work collaboratively with classroom mathematics educators to help design and provide targeted support,                    and to work collaboratively on mathematics, curriculum, instruction, and assessment.

  • At least five years’ experience as a mathematics classroom teacher at the middle or high school level.
  • Advanced coursework in the area of mathematics and/or mathematics pedagogy.
  • Experience supporting students one on one or in small groups.
Certification/Endorsements: Middle Grades Mathematics, Mathematics endorsement or Special Educator endorsement preferred.

SCHOOL NURSE (.80 FTE)     2019-2020
Vergennes Union High School is seeking a School Nurse (.80 FTE) for the 2019-2020 school year.

The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications:
  • Current, valid Vermont RN license
  • CPR and First Aid certified
  • Several years of clinical experience that includes pediatric and community/family centered nursing
Areas of student health care responsibilities include:
  • Assessment
  • First aid
  • Health screening
  • Medication administration
  • Assist in communicable disease control
  • Immunization assessment
  • Attend student meetings as necessary
  • Assessment and care of students with special needs
Additional areas of responsibilities include:
  • Compilation of statistical information
  • Maintenance of health and medication records/logs
  • Accident reporting
  • Member of the Wellness and Safety Teams
  • Student/staff emergency card maintenance
  • Preparation of required state reports
  • Providing staff and parents with information of school health policies, and other pertinent health resource information
  • Providing interpretation of health information to staff and parents
  • Promoting a healthy school environment
A bachelor’s degree in nursing is preferred. The ideal candidate will also have excellent leadership, organizational, interpersonal and communication skills.

Applicants should include the follow: letter of interest, current resume, transcripts, evidence of licensure and three current letters of recommendation through www.schoolspring.