Assistant Principal (2018-19)
Humanities Prep is hiring an additional Assistant Principal for the 2018-19 school year to add to our administrative team. We are a member of the New York Performance Standards Consortium and expect all candidates to be experienced with or passionate about this instructional model. We are seeking an experienced pedagogue and/or administrator who is skilled at coaching mathematics and science instruction and ideally has comfort with upper level mathematics. The candidate should also have knowledge of DOE operational systems including ATS, STARS and FAMIS.
You can read the full description here.
Teaching Positions (2018-19)
We are seeking a candidate who has taught U.S. History and has taught or is willing to teach AP U.S. History.
We are seeking an ICT teacher with knowledge of high school level math and the ability to support high school level math and science
You can read the full teacher descriptions here.
Humanities Prep staff members:
Collaborate with departments, teams and other staff to plan, implement & assess curriculum & to work on policies that move the school forward
Develop and implement written, oral, and visual Performance Based Assessments and project-based curricula
Are committed to justice and equity
Serve as advisors, fostering positive and supportive relationships with students that further their social and academic development
Communicate regularly with parents and students around issues concerning students' academic development and emotional well-being
Coordinate extracurricular clubs, after-school study groups, and other professional and administrative responsibilities; including participating in weekly staff meetings, school retreats and tutoring
Utilize a range of teaching and learning strategies to support all students, including special education and English language learners, in heterogeneous classrooms
Seek to consistently enhance and expand their content area knowledge and their pedagogical skills, possess and utilize effective communication skills with students, colleagues and families participate in restorative justice practices (Fairness Committees and mediations), and attend and facilitate professional development opportunities both in our own school and within the larger educational community.