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Evan Romer

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Registered: 1/8/09
math opening
Posted: Sep 9, 2013 9:53 PM
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Susquehanna Valley (just outside of Binghamton) has an opening for a
math teacher to start as soon as possible. This is full-time,
permanent position. It is in the MS this year, could become a HS
position (up to and including Precalculus) the following year.

The position is posted at
http://www.svsabers.org/pages/svjobs.html

The deadline for application is "September 5, 2013 or until position
is filled," and as of Sept. 5 we had received very few applications.

If a teacher applies for this position, they should get their
application and materials in as soon as possible. And I recommend that
they let me know that they are applying so that I know to expect their
application from the District Office.

(Note: A few years ago when I posted a job opening on this listserv
and described my district as being near Binghamton, one of the
respondents assumed that Binghamton was one of the Hamptons. Not
quite. There is no "p" in Binghamton. We are nowhere near Long Island.)

Evan Romer
Math Dept. Chair
Susquehanna Valley HS
Conklin NY 13748

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