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K-12 Music/Band Teacher

K-12 Music/Band Teacher
Pomeroy Elementary/Jr/Sr High School
APPLICATION PERIOD: February 16 2022
Or Open Until Filled

Must hold or qualify for a Washington State teaching certificate with proper endorsements, or have the ability to obtain required endorsements

Demonstrated knowledge of current trends in music and band curriculum and current instructional techniques.

Demonstrated abilities to:

• Develop and implement an instrumental music program that will teach the basic fundamentals and provide students with an opportunity to perfect the same.
• Plan and assess student learning consistent with connected Washington State Learning Standards and learning targets.
• Lead Pep Band at sporting events in the Fall and Winter season.
• Perform at appropriate school and/or community events as required or requested.
• Perform evening concerts each year for both schools.
• Maintain music inventory including instruments.
• Centering instruction on high expectations for student achievement.
• Communicate student progress to students and parents.
• Work with Special Education teachers and support staff to meet individualized learning plans and utilize different strategies to meet student’s skill levels, learning styles and social/emotional needs.
• Foster and manage a safe, positive learning environment.
• Exhibit collaborative and collegial practices focused on improving instructional practice and student learning.
• Communicate school programs to patrons.
• Knowledge of Washington State Classroom Based Assessment in the Fine Arts and Performing Arts.
• Knowledge and understanding of the Teacher Principal Evaluation Project (TPEP), with a focus on the 5D-CEL model.
• Knowledge and understanding of ACES and being trauma-informed.
• Perform such other duties as may be assigned.
Desired teacher characteristics include:

• Flexibility, Creativity, Enthusiasm, Open Minded
• Ability to organize ideas, time, and materials to accomplish goals
• Caring and committed to students
• Ability to express ideas clearly
• Ability to learn new ideas and skills
• Ability and willingness to develop favorable relationships with students and staff
• Willingness to model behavior appropriate to district and community expectations
• A team player with a positive attitude
• Willingness to ask questions and learn from others, with ability to work with other Science teacher.


• A completed Pomeroy School District application and related forms
• A letter of application addressing Qualifications and Characteristics
• Current placement file or three current letters of recommendation
• Current resume
• Transcripts (unofficial acceptable for application purposes)

Employment is on a conditional basis pending completion of all background checks.

Pomeroy School District does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression, gender identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employees have been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination:

Civil Rights/Title IX Compliance Coordinator
Rachel Gwinn, Superintendent
[email protected]

Section 504 Compliance Coordinator
Fred Knebel, 504 Coordinator
[email protected]

** Download, complete and save the attached PDF application. Upload the attached PDF document along with any additional documentation at: https://www.psd.wednet.edu/apps/form/form.POMSD.rKbs1L1.p6
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Contact Pomeroy School District
Phone: (509) 843-3393
PO Box 950, Pomeroy, WA 99347