Education Week - November 9, 2016 - 31
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POWAY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
Poway Unified School District, located in northern San
Diego County, California, seeks an individual with visionary
leadership and strong administrative skills to lead a district
of over 35,800 students. The base salary will be in the
range of $290,000 plus an excellent comprehensive benefits
package. The final salary for the successful candidate will be
negotiated and determined based upon proven experience,
qualifications and meeting Board criteria
Interested candidates may apply online at
Ray and Associates, Inc.
Ph: 319/393-3115 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
January 5, 2017
TEACH OVERSEAS! University of
Northern Iowa Overseas Recruiting
Fair. Celebrating 40 years! UNI
Overseas Recruiting Fair, Feb. 5-7,
2016. Interview with 130+ American
international schools. Must be certified
elementary or secondary educators.
Registration deadline Jan. 15, 2016.
www.uni.edu/placement/overseas | 319273-2083
Please do not contact the Board or District directly.
TOP SCHOOL JOBS's Career Corner
DO GOOD.... STAND OUT
A very quick thought for those of you student teaching or substituting or
new in a school. Consider doing something nice that will get you noticed
as well as be an "act of kindness". A few examples to get you started.
* Write a "mini-grant". A lot of fraternal organizations, professional groups
and others offer small rewards for a little writing. It might be a new resource for the library or a few dollars toward a special program or even a
new computer, but it will certainly put your name on the "above and beyond" list.
* Recognize students who do something "good". A note to a local newspaper about a class project or a volunteer project is always nice, and
groups like Kohl's department stores actually have scholarships for students aged 6-18. Nominate a student in your school by going to www.
kohlskids.com by March 15.
* Check your college or university programming schedule. There may be
a speaker or program which would supplement a topic in your school, plan
a field trip around it. Not only would your school benefit, I am sure the
university staff would welcome a group of interested attendees (and prospective students.)
* Take some time to think about small actions which can return big results
in your search for that teaching position.other qualities (also known as
competencies) are necessary...
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