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3rd Grade Teacher

Home Careers 3rd Grade Teacher
Submitted: September 9
Closing: October 9


Lisa Brady

Phone: 763-444-0342

Fax: 763-444-0331


Location Art & Science Academy
903 6th Ave Court NE
Isanti, MN 55040
Categories Licensed
Grades 3
Minnesota Teacher's License Required
Work Commitment Full-Time
To Apply

To apply for this job, please contact the person listed.

Job Description

Duties include, but not limited to:
Develop lessons and plans aligned with the MN State Standards
Evaluate and assesses student performance
Conduct regular communication with parents
Interpret student progress and work with a team to help determine interventions and accelerations
Classroom management with training in Catalyst (formerly Envoy)
Participate in a collaborative work environment
Develop or administer pre-designed art integration lessons
Collaborate with special education teachers and paras, Title I and Reading Corps teachers and others involved in student progress

Position Specific Information:
Extensive resources
Small class sizes- max 22 students per class
Reveal Math and Benchmark Reading
Catalyst (formerly Envoy) classroom management (training provided)

Position is an immediate opening and remains open until filled.


Current Minnesota Elementary Education teaching license

Institution Description

Art & Science Academy is located in Isanti, Minnesota. Isanti is 45 minutes north of Minneapolis-St. Paul and offers a small town feel with nearby big city amenities. ASA opened its doors in 2014 with a single K-6 school that served 160 students, and now serves almost 350 students in grades K-8 on two campuses (K-4 and 5-8). We offer small class sizes (K-4 max of 22, 5-8 max of 25). Please visit our website at for more information.

Application Instructions/Comments

How to Apply:
Interested parties should send a resume, cover letter, and references to:

Lisa Brady
Elementary Principal

To apply for this job, please contact the person listed.

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