The St. John Paul II Classical School is now seeking to fill various teaching positions for the 2019-2020 school year. Candidates should have the desire to assist parents in their role as primary educators of their children, work to cultivate young minds and hearts through the Catholic Classical method of education in an authentic Catholic culture and seek to draw out of children their natural desire for wisdom and virtue by nurturing in them a love for all that is good, true and beautiful. Teacher licensure/state certification is not a requirement.
Ideal candidates will possess the following qualities and skills:
• Practicing Catholic who is committed to adhering to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church and the Catholic Classical Tradition.
• Passionate about working with elementary and/or middle school children.
• Strong classroom management.
• Strong written and verbal communication skills.
• Team player, naturally building healthy, professional relationships with students,
colleagues, and parents.
Applicants must send a cover letter, resume, and contact information for at least three professional references for consideration of employment. Please send these to the Headmaster, Mr. Frank Nicely, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The School Overview:
St. John Paul II Classical School was founded in 2015 and is Green Bay’s first Catholic Classical school. We offer early childhood to 7th grade and continue to add one grade each academic year. Our school was named by bishop, David L. Ricken after Saint-Pope John Paul II (1920-2005) who ordained him a bishop in the year 2000.
St. John Paul II is committed to the whole child formation: intellectual, spiritual, physical, and emotional. With emphasis on teaching the Catholic faith and developing tools of learning, the SJPII education strives to give students what they need to be truly happy as fully formed human beings: the freedom to realize their full potential in this life and the next, and the freedom to experience the genuine happiness that comes with fulfilling their unique calling in this world.