POSITION: Lead Early Childhood Teacher
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POSITION: Substitute Teacher, for both early childhood and grades.
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Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, application of employment, and resume to:
Prairie Moon Waldorf School
Attn: Search Committee Chair
1853 E 1600 Rd
Lawrence, KS 66044
Prairie Moon Waldorf School is a developing member of the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America. It offers two Early Childhood Programs, First/Second combination Grade, Third/Fourth combination Grade and the eldest Fifth/Sixth combination grade class. In addition to main lesson, students are currently offered movement, Mandarin language, handwork, gardening, extra lesson, music, and strings classes. Prairie Moon occupies a former public school building with classrooms, gymnasium, stage, offices and kitchen on a seven-acre rural property that features playgrounds and a large organic garden (on rich Kaw River Valley soil.) The school is a short drive from downtown Lawrence.
Discover Lawrence, Kansas, a cultural oasis in the Midwest. Lawrence is a progressive community of just under 100,000 people that is home to the University of Kansas, Haskell Indian Nations University, and Kansas’ only Waldorf school. It features a nationally prominent visual and performing arts scene, a significant natural and Native American history and an American political history rooted in the pre-Civil War Era. The city offers top museums and historical sites, state-of-the-art health, fitness and sports facilities, a community owned and operated hospital, a lively farmer’s market that features local organic produce from dozens of area farmers and one of the Midwest’s oldest and best cooperative health food grocery stores. Lawrence is an open-minded place with a can-do attitude. Only thirty-five miles to the east is metropolitan Kansas City with its many amenities and attractions that include a world-class art museum, the national World-War-One Museum, professional sports teams and major new performing arts venues among many others.