The Children’s School-South Burlington, VT This small not-for-profit, parent/teacher cooperative pre-school serves children ages 3-5 as part of one multi age group of around 20 children. The Children’s School (TCS) provides an opportunity to work with professional, experienced teachers who are committed to providing a rich learning experience to their students through a play based, emergent curriculum. TCS leadership and teaching professionals value the important role played by parents in the success of their children and the school. Serving the South Burlington area for 50 years, TCS has a well-earned reputation for excellence.
We are currently looking for both an afternoon floater and on-call substitutes.
Floater position: We are looking for a support person/floater daily from 3-5 pm, with potential for more hours to cover staff planning time, and to provide morning support 2 days a week, 8-5. On-call substitute hours are also available.
Substitute: On-call substitute needed; most times staff would contact our substitute the day before to arrange coverage as needed. Hours may depend on shift being covered. Our shifts are 7:30-1:30, 7:30-3:30, 8-4, 8:30-4, and 9-5.
The Children’s School is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender, sexual orientation, marital/civil union status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation or disability, as defined and required by state and federal laws. Minority candidates are encouraged to apply.
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173 Patchen Road, South Burlington, VT 05403
This place is pure magic. With a strong focus on play based learning, the teachers are experienced, invested and continuously expanding their knowledge of best practices. TCS has taught both our children, and us as parents about the meaning of community. Our children were so well prepared to be curious and creative learners in kindergarten but also for appropriately socializing and interacting in a kind and empathetic manner with other children. They were empowered to work things out on their own and supported through all of the emotions of being an early learner in life.