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4th-5th Grade Class Teacher

Sep 26 2017 | Waldorf School of Cape Cod | COTUIT

The Waldorf School of Cape Cod is seeking a Class Teacher for a combined 4th and 5th class for the 2017-2018 school year. Desired qualifications for this grade school teaching position include a B.A. or Master's Degree, a Waldorf School Teaching Certification and prior teaching experience. The school will consider an applicant currently enrolled in a teacher training program.

The Waldorf School of Cape Cod is celebrating its 33rd year of teaching excellence on the picturesque Cape. Joint accredited through AWSNA and NEASC, our school is situated on a beautiful 13.5 acre site in the quaint village of Cotuit. Just ninety minutes from Boston, the Cape is an idyllic setting to raise children with ocean, bays, lakes and woods to explore for miles in all directions.

Our school was founded in 1984 and offers a Pre K-8 Waldorf education, as well as a variety of Parent-Child programs. We have a highly supportive and involved parent community. Through strong collegial collaboration, grounded in a solid commitment to Waldorf education, our faculty greatly enjoys their work together out of a strong consensus model.

To apply, please email your letter of application, resume and three references to the school’s Administrator, Gary Cannon at administrator@waldorfcapecod.org or mail it to:

Gary Cannon, Administrator
Waldorf School of Cape Cod
140 Old Oyster Rd
Cotuit, MA 02635

For further information, please do not hesitate to contact the school directly at 508-420-1005. With an ideal location and experienced colleagues, discover (or rediscover!) just how much fun working with the students in a Waldorf school can be!

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