Where woud I find a posting of teaching postings in high school or middle school?

Asked by Marge Davis, Florence, MS Wed Feb 4, 2009

I'm a high school English teacher moving to the area this summer and seek a teaching position.

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Bill Eckler, Agent, Venice, FL
Wed Feb 4, 2009

Normally position openings are posted on the school website or available upon request by contacting the district office.

Many individuals work their way into a full time teaching position by serving a a substitute teacher initially.

Good luck
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Dallas Texas, Agent, Dallas, TN
Wed Feb 4, 2009
Trulia is a real estate website best contact school ISD 's in area you are relocating too apply. Good luck on your search
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Jeremiah Joh…, Both Buyer And Seller, Arlington County, VA
Thu Jan 28, 2010
Each state's department of education should have those listings and requirements necessary to pursue them.
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John Eberhart, , Lawrenceville, GA
Mon Jan 25, 2010
My wife taught 34 years in Georgia and Chicago. The best way to get know is get on the sub list a t every school you can. They will get to know you and you them. You can pick the area you want to teach in and target it.
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Joshua Zarga…, Other Pro, Lynbrook, NY
Wed Jan 20, 2010
Check the town web site. There you will find all the information that you need.
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Jo Aubry-Kub…, , 30127
Tue Jan 19, 2010

Search the County's School District website, i.e., http://www.cobbk12.org/centraloffice/hr/employment/

You should find all the schools available positions by doing so.

Best of luck in your search.

Jo Aubry-Kubik
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Leigh Culpep…, Agent, Thomson, GA
Sun Jan 17, 2010
I would contact the Board of Education in that area, But I'm sure you have already done that. Try the local Chamber of Commerce,
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Elizabeth la…, Agent, Hemet, CA
Mon Jan 11, 2010
Marge. Since i subscribe to Trulia in more than One area. Can you tell me where you will be relocating to? I may be able to help you..email me at elizabethlaird@hotmail.com
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Betina Forem…, Agent, Austin, TX
Fri Jan 8, 2010
Dear Marge,
I would contact the various disticts directly as I am sure they have a job data base available online. good luck!
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Shane Wolcan…, Home Owner, 29316
Tue Jan 5, 2010
Most states have a statewide database for schools to post vacancies. I would start there. I know in South Carolina the site is CERRA.org
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Gregg Brooks, , New Hampshire
Sun Jan 3, 2010
I would say your best bet is to check the Town website and or State Site for The appropraite School Boards or SAU's to see what and where positions may be available
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Joel Dameral, Agent, South Lake Tahoe, CA
Thu Dec 31, 2009
I would:

1. Research the school that you are willing to work at.
2. Substitute at that school (all subjects, not just English)
3. Go to the next English Department Meeting and meet the teachers so they get to know you.
4. Meet with the principal and discuss your goals.
5. Be seen and known as a positive person at the school.

Teaching is a great "job".

Good luck,
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Kim Brown, Agent, Eureka, CA
Sat Dec 12, 2009
I would recommend Eurekacityschools.org. There are also other sites. It would probably be best to google. Teaching positions in Humboldt County. There are so many school districts around.
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Aaron Esfaha…, Agent, Montgomery, AL
Sat Dec 12, 2009
Check the local school board listings by either calling them or searching their online database for the county of Florence. Good luck on your search!

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., , Kailua Kona, HI
Mon Dec 7, 2009
Best to contact the school principal over the phone or in person. Personal relationships are the best way to secure a job position.

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Judy Young, Agent, Florence, AL
Wed Dec 2, 2009
Here is a list of all the high schools in Florence and surrounding cities.

Board of Education & Local School Systems

Colbert County Board of Education
115 W. 5th Street
Tuscumbia, AL 35674
(256) 386-1300

Lauderdale County Board of Education
583 Middle Road
Florence, AL 35630
(256) 760-1300

Florence City School System
541 Riverview Drive
Florence, AL 35631
(256) 766-3234

Muscle Shoals City School System
Wilson Dam Road
Muscle Shoals, AL 35661
(256) 389-2600

Sheffield City School System
300 West 6th Street
Sheffield, AL 35660
(256) 383-0400

Tuscumbia City School System
300 E. 7th Street
Tuscumbia, AL 35674
(256) 389-2900

High Schools

Florence High School
1201 Bradshaw Drive
Florence, AL 35631
(256) 764-8821

Lauderdale County High School
Cedar Street
Rogersville, AL 35661
(256) 247-3414

Brooks High School
5630 Highway 72
Killen, AL 35645
(256) 757-2115

Lexington High School
Church School Street
Lexington, AL 35648
(256) 229-6622

Central High School
11707 Lauderdale County Road 200
Florence, AL 35630
(256) 764-2903

Muscle Shoals High School
100 Trojan Drive
Muscle Shoals, AL 35661
(256) 389-6052

Cherokee High School
Cherokee, AL 35616
(256) 359-4434

Sheffield High School
2800 19th Avenue
Sheffield, AL 35660
(256) 383-6052

Colbert County High School
New High School Street
Leighton, AL 35646
(256) 446-8531

Waterloo High School
311 School House Lane
Waterloo, AL 35677
(256) 766-3100

Colbert Heights High School
Colbert Heights
Tuscumbia, AL 35674
(256) 381-2601

Wilson High School
Highway 17
Florence, AL 35630
(256) 764-8470

Deshler High School
200 North Commons St
Tuscumbia, AL 35674
(256) 389-2910

Rogers High School
485 Highway 43
Florence, AL 35630
(256) 757-3106

Private Schools

Covenant Christian School
1900 Covenant Drive
Tuscumbia, AL 35674

Mars Hill Bible School
698 Cox Creek Parkway
Florence, AL 35630

Riverhill School
2826 County Road 30
Florence, AL 35634

Shoals Christian School
301 Heathrow Drive
Florence, AL 35630

St. Joseph Regional Catholic School
Florence, AL 35633

Also, check out this link: http://www.shoalschamber.com/live/education.html

Good luck on your search!
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Dan Chase, Home Buyer, Texas City, TX
Tue Dec 1, 2009
I know this is a late reply. If you have not found a job by now ask about substitute teaching. I have talked to a few people who have done that and never had a day off. Of course they contacted several different school districts.
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Stanley Step…, Agent, Avon Lake, OH
Mon Nov 30, 2009
Many of the school systems have a section on their website with job postings. You just have to search a little.
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Deidre Berry, , Florence, AL
Wed Feb 4, 2009
Here are a few websites with school names/phone numbers and job openings. Hope this helps!



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