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This two day a week position serves the students in grades 1-8. The successful candidate teaches a range of cooperative and traditional games and sports as well as offers lessons in movement. Experience and familiarity with teaching, particularly in a Waldorf school is preferred.
This one day a week position serves students in grades 5-8. The successful candidate will teach a variety of woodworking techniques through project work and will have an appreciation for the natural world.
This four day a week math teacher will teach two sections of lower grade math. Experience as a math teacher and familiarity with Waldorf education preferred.
This five day a week position plans and supervises an afterschool program for children in the younger grades. Hours may be extended to also provide assistance in the early childhood program during the afternoon. Experience working with young children is preferred.
About the Bay School
The Bay School is a Waldorf and NEASC accredited school located in the downeast Acadia area of Maine that enrolls more than 100 students from 16 neighboring communities. The Bay School is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) and the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America (AWSNA). We hold membership in the Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America (WECAN).. Situated on a beautiful 70 acre campus, the school encompasses academic buildings, a large arts facility, woods, trails, an athletic field, a meadow, a chicken coop, a greenhouse, a forge, gardens, and a playground. The Bay School’s mission is to provide an education that engages and nurtures the whole child, inspiring a balanced growth of heart, mind, body. and spirit. We are committed to developing in our students inner confidence, responsibility, self-motivation, a love of learning, imagination, creativity, and intellectual clarity. The educational ideals and values of the school, rooted in the Waldorf tradition, create a community of children, alumni, parents, faculty, friends, and neighbors imbued with reverence for others and the natural world.