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Games Teacher / Spacial Dynamics
Apr 19 2017 | The City School | Lake Balboa
It will be for 12 - 14 hours per week.
We are a small, intimate, community based school in the Los Angeles San Fernando Valley.
Our school was founded 16 years ago, and has grown greatly over the years. We are sending an invitation to our colleagues willing to take on the exciting challenge of growing and developing this beautiful, diverse community where Waldorf pedagogy is valued, nurtured and practiced.
We are located on a charming, park-like, one acre property in lake balboa, and our present enrollment stands at 80 – spanning PreK to Eighth Grade. Our governance is a collaborative endeavor. All teachers have a voice relating to the health and well-being of the school. We also strongly encourage and welcome parents to become involved.
Salaries are decided by all teachers in an open discussion and are based on the year’s budget.
If anything in this short write-up sparks your interest, we invite you to inquire further. We would be glad to engage in a conversation and work with you to arrange a visit.
You may send your inquiry and resume to [email protected]
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