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Rochelle Township High School  (District 1)  - Agriculture/Science Teacher

FILLED: PENDING BOARD APPROVAL

Rochelle Township High School, located in Section 2, is looking for an additional Agriculture/ Science teacher for start of the 2020-2021 school year.   This position includes a competitive salary (base salary starts at $38,515), assistant FFA stipend, full paid TRS, full single health insurance and dental, and $20,000 Term Life Insurance.  The 3 Circles grant is currently offered and will be negotiable based upon the successful candidate.

 

This award-winning program boasts a variety of agricultural and science-based courses and an active FFA chapter.  Current facilities include agriscience classrooms, greenhouse (with headhouse), and mechanics shop.  Courses taught will be based on the strengths and certifications of the individual.

 

Additionally, RTHS operates a Professional Learning Community (PLC) with weekly teacher collaboration time and student interventions.  Co-curricular participation is encouraged and should be noted in resume/cover letters.

 

Applicants must have a valid Type 09 certificate and meet highly qualified status.  Additional endorsements are encouraged.  Please note them on your resume.

 
Contact Person

Send resume and letter of interest to Chris Lewis, Principal, via email at clewis@rthsd212.org.  RTHS is actively looking to hire this position so if interested, do not wait to send your information. 

 


Rockridge High School  (District 1)  - Agriculture/Industrial Technology Teacher

Rockridge High School (District 1)- Agriculture/Industrial Technology Teacher

Rockridge High School, located in Section 4, is looking for an Agriculture/ Industrial Technology teacher for start of the 2020-2021 school year to replace the retiring Allen Hyett.   The teacher will be assigned to instruct high school Agriculture and Industrial Technology courses as well as an 8th grade exploratory course.  The specific course schedule will be determined after the successful candidate is identified and the course registration process is complete.

This agriculture program boasts a variety of agricultural and industrial technology courses and an active FFA chapter.  Current facilities include agriculture classrooms, greenhouse, aquaponics lab, land lab, and two mechanics shop. 

 

Applicants must possess a valid Illinois Teaching License with appropriate endorsements in Agriculture and/or Industrial Technology.  Applicants must also pass appropriate background checks and physical examination, including a TB test.

 

Salary and benefits are determined based on experience & education per the collective bargaining agreement with the Rockridge Teachers' Association. Starting base salary for the 2020-2021 school year is $38,665.  The possibility of a 10-month contract for the FFA Advisor and the 3-Circles Grant will be discussed with the final candidate.

 
Contact Person

Please send letter of application, current resume, list of references and/or letters of recommendation, and copies of unofficial transcripts to Mrs. Katy Hasson, Principal, Rockridge High School, 14110 - 134th Avenue West, Taylor Ridge, IL 61284. Materials may be emailed to khasson@rr300.org or faxed to 309-795-1763.  The application deadline is 1/30/2020.

 


Facilitating Coordination in Agricultural Education  (District 1)  - District 1 Program Advisor
Filled by John Heiser
 
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Stockton High School  (District 1)  - Agriculture Teacher and FFA Advisor

Stockton High School (District 1)- Agriculture Teacher and FFA Advisor

Stockton High School, located in Section 1, is looking for an Agricultural Education teacher and FFA Advisor for start of the 2020-2021 school year. This position includes teaching assignments in grades 9-12 and one section of 7th grade.

This agriculture program boasts a variety of agricultural courses and has an active FFA chapter.  Current facilities include an agriculture classroom, a greenhouse, a land lab, and a mechanics shop. 

Applicants must possess a current Illinois Professional Educator License with proper endorsement to teach Agriculture Education and other duties as assigned. Responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to the following: utilizing different teaching methods to meet the instructional needs of individual students; developing lesson plans; communicating regularly with parents on student performance; developing classroom standards to maintain student discipline and behavior; and collaborating with the FFA alumni.

Salary is based on current negotiated contract per educational level and years of experience.    Excellent benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance are provided.  The possibility of a 10-month contract is also a possibility with this position.

  

 
Contact Person
Please send cover letter, resume, transcripts, 3 letters of recommendation, and copy of Illinois Teaching License to Mrs. Casey Downey, High School Principal, 540 N. Rush St., Stockton, IL 61085 or email to casey.downey@stocktonschools.com. The application deadline is 2/28/2019.
 


Sterling High School  (District 1)  - Agriculture/Science High School Teacher

FILLED: PENDING BOARD APPROVAL

Sterling High School, located in Whiteside County in Section 2, is seeking an additional Agricultural Educator for the 2020-2021 school year to support an expanding program.  We are looking for an enthusiastic individual who wants to introduce the importance of Agriculture to a diverse student body. This position will be directly involved in our new Farm-to-Cafeteria initiative.

The district is planning to construct a new greenhouse and Ag Mech lab. Additionally, the school has a strong technology infrastructure, including a 1:1 Macbook Air Environment.

The specific course schedule will be determined based on the strengths of the successful candidate and student interests during the registration process.  However, courses likely to be taught include Horticulture, Greenhouse Production/Floral Design, Basic Ag Mechanics, and Environmental Science.

Applicants must have a valid Type 09 Certificate, with preference given to candidates who also have a science certification.

Qualifications

IL Professional Educator License endorsed in the area of Agriculture.  Preference given to candidates who also have a Science certification.

Salary/Benefits

Salaries are regionally competitive and will be discussed upon offer of position. Full TRS benefits paid 87.5% Individual health & dental insurance benefits paid and 72% family insurance paid

How to Apply

 
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Putnam County  (District 1)  - Agriculture Teacher and FFA Advisor

Putnam County High School (District 1)- Agriculture Teacher & FFA Advisor

Putnam County High School, located in Granville, IL, in Section 5, is looking for an Agriculture Teacher and FFA advisor for the start of the 2020-2021 school year.   This position includes a competitive salary, FFA stipend, full paid TRS, and health insurance options.  The 3 Circles grant is currently offered and will be negotiable based upon the successful candidate.

This program boasts a variety of agricultural courses, an active FFA chapter, and very supportive FFA alumni.  Current facilities include two agriculture classrooms and two large mechanics shops. The program also has various types of instructional technology and the school is one-to-one with Chromebooks. Courses taught will be based on the strengths and certifications of the individual.

 
Contact Person
If interested, send letter of interest, resume, and references to Mr. Clayton Theisinger, Principal at theisingerc@pcschools535.org. 
 


Somonauk High School  (District 2)  - Ag Teacher/Co-FFA Advisor
Accepted by Jenny Wold
 
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Marquette Academy  (District 2)  - Agriculture Teacher & FFA Advisor
Filled by Taylor Daniels 

 
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John Marshall Metro High School  (District 2)  - Agriculture Teacher & FFA Advisor
(Filled by Barbara Pillow-Sibideh)
 
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Chicago High School for Ag Sciences  (District 2)  - Ag Finance & Economics Teacher & Co-FFA Advisor

This is a high school teaching position in Agricultural Finance & Economics covering Agribusiness, Sales, Marketing and Financial Management Topics. This position is part of the Chicago Public Schools Career and Technical Education (CTE) program at the Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences.  The Agricultural Finance & Economics program is a series of prescribed courses for grades 10-12 that provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in the Agribusiness industry.  Ag Finance delivers industry-based instruction that develops student competencies leading to postsecondary education and employment.  Students develop knowledge and skills necessary to operate a business and market garden and an understanding of finance, sales, marketing and entrepreneurship concepts.  Students currently obtain a certification in Agribusiness Concepts and the school is pursuing information on a Quickbooks certification.

 

Position Responsibilities:

  1. Provide rigorous and relevant instruction on pre-approved hands-on curriculum in the content area and general work-place readiness.
  2. Integrate soft-skill instruction into competency-based content area activities.
  3. Serve as an Advisor and coach for extracurricular industry relevant competitions, industry exploration activities, professional organizations and postsecondary initiatives. 
  4. Through classroom instruction collaborate with career pathway teachers to operate the school’s Farmstand and other special projects and initiatives.
  5. Show evidence of project-based learning (e.g., competitions, capstone events, etc.)
  6. Collaborate with core content teachers on common course planning, integration and alignment.
  7. Attend all relevant professional development set by the Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences.
  8. Serve as an advisor for FFA and incorporate FFA into classroom instruction.
  9. Commit to the 3-Circle Model of Agricultural Education as set forth by the National FFA Organization.Incorporate FFA and SAE into all courses.
  10. Maintain and update industry certifications as required by Illinois State Board of Education and Chicago Public Schools.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Eligible to receive an ISBE Professional Education License (PEL) in Ag Education or
  • Eligible to receive an ISBE Educator License with Stipulations (ELS(CTE)) in Ag Education
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Agribusiness, Agricultural Economics, Ag Education or other Related Field
  • Previous employment experience in industry such as commercial nursery/greenhouse production, landscaping, tree planter and be familiar with methods for field and container production, as well as sustainable practices like hydroponics, botany, cycles of life, insects, natural pest management, companion planting, plant communities, nutrition and health
  • Prior teaching experience
  • Excellent planning, organization, written and verbal communication skills
  • High-level problem solving skills
  • Ability to work in indoor and outdoor agricultural lab environments, including (farm, market garden, barn, etc).
  • Computer literacy and familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite and Google Applications
  • Team and detail oriented
 
Contact Person

William Hook, Principal, wehook@cps.edu or Amy Romito, EFE 010, atromito@cps.edu

 


Milford High School  (District 2)  - Agriculture Teacher & FFA Advisor
Filled Pending Board Approval
 
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Naperville Central High School  (District 2)  - Companion Animal Biology (Small Animal Science) Teacher
(filled by non-Ag teacher)
 
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Herscher High School  (District 2)  - Agriculture Teacher
Filled by non-ag teacher
 
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Gary Comer Youth Center  (District 2)  - Urban Agriculture Instructor & Co-FFA Advisor
filled
 
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Tri-Point High School  (District 2)  - Agriculture Teacher & FFA Advisor
Filled pending board approval
 
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El Paso-Gridley High School  (District 2)  - Ag Teacher & Co-FFA Advisor
El-Paso Gridley High School, located in Section 9, is seeking to hire an additional agriculture teacher & Co-FFA Advisor to their well respected and supported agriculture program. 
Courses currently taught include: Intro to Ag, Ag Mechanics, Ag Construction, Ag Metal Fabrication, BSAA, and Natural Resources Conservation.
 
Contact Person
For additional information and to apply, visit their instructional vacancies website.
 


Normal Community High School  (District 2)  - Agriculture Teacher & FFA Advisor

Normal West High School, located in Section 9, is looking for an Agriscience Education teacher and FFA Advisor for start of the 2020-2021 school year. Normal West is one of two McLean County Unit #5 high schools.

School facilities include a large modern classroom, ag mechanics facility, greenhouse, and large outdoor spaces around the school. Normal has a very large and supportive FFA Alumni chapter that supports both high schools. McLean County Unit #5 participates in the Three Circles grant, and the successful candidate will be eligible for a 12-month extended contract.

This program implements the CASE curriculum through the following courses: Introduction to Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources, BSAA, PSAA, Veterinary Science and Ag Business Management. Additionally, the successful candidate will work alongside Mr. John Mackinson who is the Ag Mechanics teacher.

Qualifications:
Required Illinois Professional Educator License in Agriculture Education, with consideration given to those with a science endorsement. Non-traditional candidates will be considered. Certifications in CASE courses (AFNR, ASA, ASP, APT, and ABF) are encouraged, but not required. Training for CASE courses will be provided by the school district.
 
Contact Person

Apply Here 


For more information, please contact:

Mr. Dave Johnson, Principal johnsodw@unit5.org 

Mr. John Mackinson, Ag Mechanics Teacher mackinsj@unit5.org 

Mrs. Liz Harris, Ag Department Chair harrisl@unit5.org 

 
 


U of I Extension Educator, Chicago Ag Science HS  (District 2)  - U of I Extension Educator, Chicago Ag Science HS
The Extension Educator serves as a regular, full time, 12-month academic professional with primary responsibility for the development, delivery, and evaluation of educational programs supporting the mission of the University of Illinois Extension. Extension Educators support one of the six core Extension program areas and within that program area may focus on one or more of the following interdisciplinary initiatives: Community; Economy; Environment; Food, and/or Health. 
The Extension Educator, Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences (CHSAS), is expected to concentrate programmatically in metropolitan food and environmental systems within diverse urban production settings. Close collaboration with other Commercial Agriculture, Local Food Systems/Small Farms, Horticulture, Family and Consumer Sciences, 4-H Youth Development, and Community and Economic Development Extension Educators is required. The Extension Educator will be located at the CHSAS. The Extension Educator will build networks among diverse groups within Cook County and the surrounding counties, who have strong interest in expanding the food and agriculture system in the Chicago area through youth development, training, and education. Engage with urban growers, community members, and volunteers, CHSAS personnel, decision-makers, and other stakeholders and clientele involved in urban agriculture and CHSAS. 

View full job description here.
 
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View full position description and apply here.
 


DeKalb High School  (District 2)  - 2nd Ag Teacher/FFA Advisor

DeKalb High School is seeking an additional Agricultural Education Teacher for the 2020-2021 school year.  This position includes teaching agriculture courses to grades 9-12, additionally, some technology (computer based) courses may also be taught by this candidate.  The agriculture program boasts a variety of courses and has an active FFA program. Current facilities include a modern greenhouse, mechanics shop, land lab and classroom.  Students are 1:1 with chromebooks. Ag courses will be shared with the current teacher based on the strengths of the candidate. Courses include Horticulture, Plant Science, Animal Science, Intro to Ag, Animal Care, Small Engines, and Advanced Power.  Additional responsibilities will include maintaining shops and/or greenhouse, FFA advisor duties, and coordinating with FFA alumni. The position includes a competitive salary with benefits and differential pay for FFA.

 
 
Contact Person

Interested applicants can apply online.


Contact Principal James Horne with questions at 815-754-2100

 
 


Macomb High School - FILLED  (District 3)  - Agricultural Education Instructor / FFA Advisor

Filled by Kaity Spangler

 
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Staunton High School  (District 3)  - 6-12 Agricultural Science Teacher
Staunton Community Unit School District #6 seeks a 6-12th grade Agricultural Sciences Teacher starting the 2020-2021 school year. This position will be part of a two teacher program with current teacher/advisor, John Davin.

Qualifications:
Professional Educator License with appropriate endorsements and criteria to meet Agriculture Education Licensure and FFA Advisor OR Educator License with Stipulations (Minimum of 60 semester hours & documented a minimum of 2,000 hours of experience outside of education in the area to be taught). 

Duties
Provide instruction for grades 6-12 related to Agricultural Sciences and assist with the district FFA program. 

 

 
Contact Person
Closing Date: February 29, 2020

Interested applicants should submit a Letter of Application, Resume’, Copy of PEL, College Transcripts, and Letters of Recommendation to:
Brett T. Allen High School Principal
Staunton Community Unit School District #6
801 N. Deneen St.
Staunton, IL 62088
Telephone: (618) 635-3838
ballen@stauntonschools.org
 


Urbana High School  (District 4)  - Agriculture Teacher & FFA Advisor
COURSES TO BE TAUGHT: Introduction to Agriculture, Basic Ag Science, Veterinary Science 
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function in the core expectation areas of planning, delivery of instruction, assessment, instructional environment and professional responsibilities proficiently. The successful High School Teacher:
-Demonstrate effective preparation for instruction
-Applies knowledge gained from staff development and professional educational literature when designing instruction.
-Plans for the use of a variety of teaching materials
-Demonstrates knowledge of subject matter
-Demonstrates ability to implement effective lessons
-Provides for individual differences in learning styles and abilities
-Uses appropriate assessment methods for measuring levels of student achievement
-Evaluates whether assessment results reflect attainment of desired standards
-Uses assessment and evaluation results appropriately for instructional decision making
-Provides feedback consistently to students and parents regarding student achievement
-Establishes a culture for learning
-Organizes the instructional environment and procedures to encourage student learning
-Manages student behavior in a constructive manner
-Demonstrates positive interpersonal relationships with staff, parents, administration and community
-Demonstrates professional work habits following school district and state policies and procedures
-Demonstrates professional development

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Some teachers may serve as course team leaders, may serve as members of a 9th or 10th grade community team and/or may be required to supervise at a hall duty station. In addition, this position includes serving as the FFA advisor.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS
-Bachelors Degree, from an accredited college or university, with required licensure and endorsements
-Holds a Valid Illinois Teaching License with the appropriate endorsement(s) to teach high school students in the required discipline/content area (Professional Educator License or Educator License with Stipulations for CTE and/or Agriculture/Science background)
-Bilingual Candidates preferred, but not required
-2-3 years of teaching experience at the high school level except in the case of a new college graduate.

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Salary is based on a step placement which is determined by the education, experience and the Urbana Education Association and Board of Education contract. The 2018-2019 BS+0 was $41,617.

Apply Now: https://usd116.tedk12.com/hire/viewjob.aspx?jobid=669
 
Contact Person
Contact Travis Courson (tcourson@usd116.org) with any questions 
 


Oakland High School  (District 4)  - Agriculture Teacher/FFA Advisor

Filled

 
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Sullivan High School  (District 4)  - Ag Teacher/FFA Advisor
Filled
 
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Nokomis High School  (District 4)  - Agriculture Teacher/FFA Advisor

Vacancy- Nokomis High School Ag Teacher/FFA Advisor

Nokomis High School, located in Montgomery county & Section 19, is looking for an Agriculture teacher and FFA advisor for the 2020-2021 school year.  The successful candidate will join a two person agriculture department and teach a variety of junior high and high school agriculture courses.  Candidate must be able to expand and modify curriculum and daily lesson plan to meet student needs. 

Salary and benefits are determined via the collective bargaining agreement.  FFA sponsorship is available. 

Please send a cover letter, resume, a photocopy of college transcripts, a photocopy of teaching license (if available) and three letters of recommendation to the following:

 
Contact Person
Dr. Scott E. Doerr, Superintendent
Nokomis CUSD #22
511 Oberle Street
Nokomis, IL 62075
 


Brownstown High School  (District 4)  - Ag Teacher/ FFA Advisor

Filled by Cassie Perrin

 
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Mattoon High School  (District 4)  - 2nd Ag Teacher/FFA Advisor
Filled by Alex Elliott
 
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Okaw Valley  (District 4)  - 2nd Ag Teacher/FFA Advisor

Okaw Valley High School, located in Bethany and Section 16 is seeking a second agriculture teacher for the 2020-2021 school year.  This position will be split between the middle school and the high school.  Potential courses to be taught include, but are not limited to, junior high agriculture and agricultural business.  A stipend and extended contract are negotiable based upon duties and responsibilities.

The Okaw Valley School districts strives to be a leader in agricultural education.  The district has recently built a new agriculture/livestock facility.

To apply for the position, send letter of application, resume, letters of recommendation, transcripts and a copy of teaching (license) to:

Application Deadline: Open until filled

 
Contact Person
Matt Shoaff, Principal
Okaw Valley High School
709 S. St. John
Bethany, IL 61914
217-665-3631
shoaffm@okawvalley.org
 


Paxton-Buckley-Loda  (District 4)  - 3rd Agriculture Teacher/FFA Advisor

Paxton-Buckley-Loda High School is seeking an Agriculture teacher to begin in August of 2020.  The successful candidate will work in a three-person department with class assignments being determined based on each teacher’s strengths.  This is an 11-month contract, however Paxton-Buckley-Loda is exploring the 3 Circles grant. Candidates should possess or expect to possess a proper Illinois teaching license. Interested candidates should complete and submit the online application found on the ROE #9 website under the menu tab.  

To apply for the position: https://www.applitrack.com/ROE9/onlineapp/jobpostings/view.asp?internaltransferform.Url=&choosedistrict=true&applitrackclient=202&category=Licensed+Secondary+Teaching+%2D+9th+thru+12th

 
Contact Person
Questions can be directed to Travis Duley, Principal at tduley@pblpanthers.org
 


Armstrong High School  (District 4)  - Ag Teacher/ FFA Advisor

Armstrong High School, located in Vermilion County in Section 18, is taking applications for a full-time agriculture instructor and FFA advisor for the 2020-2021 academic year.  Current course offerings could include Introduction to Agriculture, Ag Business Management, Ag Mechanics & Technology, Agriculture Science, Basic Ag Mech, Basic Horticulture, Horticulture Production and Management.  Facilities include a greenhouse, ag shop, computers and a garden.  Armstrong also has strong alumni support.

The position will include a 10 1/2 month extended contract and participation in the 3 Circle Grant.

Interested candidates should email resume to darrenl@aths225.org or mail information to:

Mr. Darren Loschen
Principal
30474 Smith St
Armstrong, IL 61812

Application Closing Date: January 31st, 2020

 
Contact Person
Mr. Darren Loschen
Principal
30474 Smith St
Armstrong, IL 61812
 


St. Elmo High School  (District 4)  - Ag Teacher/ FFA Advisor
St. Elmo High School, located Section 19 is seeking an agriculture teacher and FFA Advisor for the 2020-2021 school year. Courses will be determined based on the strength of the candidate. This year’s courses included Junior High Ag, Intro to Ag, Ag Science, Ag Mechanics, and Horticulture. Facilities include a greenhouse and large shop. The agriculture program has very strong community and alumni support.

Salary is regionally competitive and based upon the negotiated agreement. It will include a 30-day extended contract and will be eligible to participate in the 3 Circles Grant program.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume with references, and transcripts to:

Mrs. Julie Healy
Superintendent
1200 N. Walnut
St. Elmo, IL 62458
jhealy@stelmo.org

Application Deadline: February 7th, 2020
 
Contact Person
Mrs. Julie Healy
Superintendent
1200 N. Walnut
St. Elmo, IL 62458
jhealy@stelmo.org
 


Andreas Ag Academy- Decatur MacArthur  (District 4)  - Ag Teacher/FFA Advisor

The Dwayne O. Andreas Ag Academy is looking to hire a fourth Agriculture Teacher/FFA Advisor to work at MacArthur High School with co-teacher and advisor, Andrew Klein.  The program is well funded and supported.  Currently, the program is home to over 340 students (100% FFA and SAE). The Ag Academy is currently stewarding a 15-acre school living science farm for classroom instruction and student SAEs. The living science farm includes a livestock facility, extensive garden space, and a pollinator research plot.

Each high school has access to extensive community resources, and has continued to build interest in many community partners. The program is looking for a fourth teacher to help fill the need of a growing program. While dedicated to teaching at one school, all Andreas Ag Academy teachers work together to coordinate activities, programs, scholarships, conventions, etc.

Courses currently offered are Intro to Ag Industry, Basic Agriscience, Agribusiness, Ag Communications and Leadership, and Dual Credit Horticulture through Richland Community College. Courses to be added next fall are Agricultural Mechanics and Animal Science. Agriculture courses will also incorporate an Honors option next fall. Honors Agriculture students will be taught alongside other Agriculture students but will be held to other curricular, FFA, and SAE obligations.

Position will quality for three-circles grant, and offers a competitive salary/benefits package.

Closing Date: February 25th

To Apply Click:
https://www.applitrack.com/dps61/onlineapp/_application.aspx?posJobCodes=4859&posFirstChoice=High%20School%20Teaching&posSpecialty=

It Starts With Ag Campaign Website:
https://www.itstartswithag.com/

MHS ISBE Report Card Link
http://webprod.isbe.net/ereportcard/publicsite/getReport.aspx?year=2018&code=3905506100038_e.pdf

EHS ISBE Report Card Link
http://webprod.isbe.net/ereportcard/publicsite/getReport.aspx?year=2018&code=3905506100036_e.pdf

Background Info and Media Links:
https://www.dailyherald.com/topic/2052822458/Dwayne%20O.%20Andreas%20Ag%20Academy/en/
http://www.nowdecatur.com/2019/02/04/watch-dwayne-o-andreas-ag-academy-ffa-day/
https://www.wandtv.com/news/dwayne-andreas-ag-academy-in-full-swing/article_c65fde21-e767-54f5-a750-738154f39eaf.html
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eHhyRn7zrks

 
Contact Person

Email Questions to the following individuals:
MHS Ag Teacher, Andrew Klein (aklein@dps61.org)
EHS Ag Teacher, Seth McMillan (smcmillan@dps61.org)
EHS Ag Teacher Kacey Reinholtz (kkreinholtz@dps61.org)
Grant Manager, Zach Shields (zshields@dps61.org)

 

 


Warrensburg-Latham  (District 4)  - Ag Teacher/ FFA Advisor

Warrensburg-Latham CUSD #11 is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Agriculture Education Teacher and FFA Advisor for the 2020-21 school year. Candidates need to have a valid Illinois Teacher License and/or endorsement in Agricultural Education. WLHS has a greenhouse, woodshop, welding shop and classroom for the Ag program. Candidates should demonstrate good communication and organizational skills. Candidates will be paid based on the collective bargaining agreement. Warrensburg-Latham participates in the 3 Circles Grant. This position requires additional days which the teacher will be compensated. A copy of the job description is available to view.

To apply submit the following:

  • Completed certified job application available at www.wl.k12.il.us
  • Letter of interest
  • Resume’
  • Copies of valid Illinois License(s)
  • Credentials to include at least three references with current contact information

Send all of the information to:

Warrensburg-Latham High School
425 W. North Street
Warrensburg, IL 62573
Attn: Mr. Jonathan Downing
downingj@wl.k12.il.us

 
Contact Person
Mr. Jonathan Downing
downingj@wl.k12.il.us
 


Mt. Vernon (Begin Jan 2020)  (District 5)  - Ag Education Instructor

Filled by Mr. Steve Austin

 
 
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Gallatin County (Begin Jan 2020)  (District 5)  - Ag Education Instructor
Filled by Ms. Amanda Stricklin
 
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