St. James School
Arlington Heights, IL, USA
Job Posted:
30+ days ago


St. James School is looking for a PreK Long Term Maternity Sub beginning on May 3rd, 2021 through the remainder of the 2020-21 school year. At St. James, we FIND A WAY to do what is best for our kids and we are looking for someone who believes in forming students in faith, academics, and character.

St. James School is dedicated to partnering with parents in modeling Christ to teach our children to become disciples of Christ.

We desire to provide a foundation through the teachings of the Catholic Church from which students will recognize and develop:
An academic culture of meaningful and lifelong learning
Their personal relationship with God through the sacraments, scripture, and prayer.
Tools to shape beliefs, morals, and practices driven by Gospel values
We are called to walk in faith, live in hope, and act in love.
Projected Start Date: May 3rd, 2021
End Date: June 4th, 2021

Job Summary:

Planning, preparing and delivering lessons in accordance with the Archdiocese of Chicago curriculum.
Administer a play based learning PreK classroom.
Building and maintaining a strong school culture centered around a Christ-Centered Culture of Joy.
To grow the student’s personal relationship with Jesus and promote the Catholic faith in an authentic way.
Implementing academic and behavioral procedures in a positive manner in conjunction with our PBIS program.
Working collaboratively with colleagues to ensure the success of the school mission.
Participating in faculty meetings and professional development sessions (e.g, Grade level Teams, etc.)
Qualifications and Requirements

Required Bachelor’s Degree in either Education or a specific academic discipline
Preferred current State of Illinois Profesional Educator License (PEL)
Experience with PreK 3 and PreK 4 is a plus.
Compliance with Archdiocese of Chicago Protecting God’s Children guidelines.
Willing to comply with the teachings of the Catholic Church and is a Catholic in good standing.
Willing to facilitate extracurricular activities and participate in voluntary committees.