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NEW Teaching Opportunities Available at West Holt Public School

 

 

Due to professional advancement, West Holt Public Schools has an open position for JH/HS Vocal and Instrumental Music.  Along with teaching throughout the day, this position also includes extra duty pay for pep-band and the direction of our winter and spring concerts.

 

West Holt is a Class C2 school in Nebraska, with a PK-12 enrollment of about 440 students.  Our students compete statewide annually in both academics and extracurricular activities.  Atkinson is a progressive small town that prides itself on being self-sufficient and very close-knit.  Our school and community work hand in hand in many different ways, and the school gets incredible support from our community.


Our North Central Nebraska location is ideal for hunting, fishing, golf, and other outdoor activities. The district offers national professional development opportunities, as well as outstanding facilities, including a newer band/choir room.

 

At West Holt Public Schools our vision is “Educating the Whole Person through Relationship-Based Education”.  Our students strive to become well-rounded citizens and are provided with many experiences and technology to prepare them for the future.

 

Pay is based on the district's salary schedule according to the negotiated agreement.  All years of experience are accepted and full family health benefits are provided.  Candidates whose Master's degree required a minimum of 45 credit hours will be placed at MA+9 on the salary schedule per the Negotiated Agreement.

 

To apply for this position, email a letter of application, resume, and credentials to Paul Pistulka, Superintendent, atpaupistulka@westholt.org

or Mail attn: Superintendent

West Holt Public Schools

P.O. Box 457

Atkinson, NE 68713

This position will be filled ASAP.

 

 

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