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|Job Title||Middle School Teacher grades 6-8|
|Organization||Trinity Lutheran School|
|Address||419 E. Park|
|Location||Riverton, Wyoming 82501|
|Position Overview-||Trinity Lutheran School is a small classical school that serves Preschool - 8th grade. The 6th-8th grade teacher has widespread responsibilities which encompass many areas. The teacher is responsible for instruction in all subject areas (Reading, Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, Art, Music, and P.E.). In addition, teachers must organize their classroom, have lesson plans prepared to be turned in weekly, and have materials ready to use before the lesson begins. We seek a person who can help to motivate and inspire their students to learn while striving for success. They need to lead by example, remaining professional no matter what the situation. We are looking for a faithful LCMS member who is willing to learn classical teaching strategies by attending conferences, doing classroom observations, and attending in-services. They need to be a team player who will contribute to a positive school climate.|
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