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Oswego Middle School Math Position
Posted: Jul 20, 2009 7:16 PM
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Oswego Middle School 8+ Program Mathematics Position
This is a full-time position beginning September 2009. Applicants must be
certified in mathematics, preferably grades 7-12. The mathematics teacher
will be responsible for teaching a HS credit math course (Fundamentals of
Mathematics), providing math AIS to identified students in the program, and
supporting students in one of the other HS credit bearing special area
classes.
This position is in an alternative middle level program serving 20-25
students in a progressive, flexible setting. The program provides students
the opportunity to earn HS credits toward graduation while supporting
specific skills and goals development. The program follows a co-teaching model.
It is not a special education program. The mathematics instructor will
co-teach with an ELA certified teacher.
For additional information contact Mrs. Bonnie R. Finnerty, Principal at
(315)341-2300 or _bfinnert@oswego.org_ (mailto:bfinnert@oswego.org) .
Interested applicants should apply ASAP.
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