01 Jun Cosby High School Biology Teacher
Cosby High School Biology Teacher
To apply, please download and complete either the PDF or Word application form that follows.Download Application (PDF) Download Application (Word)
Endorsement Codes: can include but are not limited to: 015, 126, 211, 415, 926
Reports to: Cosby High School Principal, Shawna Murrell
Job Goal: Engage students in learning the standards of high school biology classes. Develop strong mentor relationships with students. Deliver focused well-planned instruction to empower students to
succeed in subsequent science classes. Prepare students for success in college and career preparation programs in high school and in attaining their own post-secondary goals. Collaborate with members of
the department in developing a successful science program, selecting strategies based on students’ individual abilities and needs. Expect a schedule that includes three teaching blocks and a planning block
and homeroom. Welcome opportunities to grow professionally and as a member of a small school community. Perform related duties assigned by the principal. Embrace the experience contributing to
the success of a unique K-12 public school, located at the edge of the Smoky Mountains.
Applications will also be accepted by regular mail or in person at the Central Office (Melanie Eslinger), 305 Hedrick Drive, Newport, TN 37821. If applying online, use the upload buttons below to add your completed application, resume, transcript and licensure. Be sure to click the green submit button to send us all of your files for consideration. All applicants must have a TBI/FBI fingerprint-based background check before being hired. All submissions will receive a confirmation email notifying you that the application was received by Human Resources.
You may e-mail the principal, Shawna Murrell, or call (423-487-5602) or [email protected]
Shawna Murrell, Principal
Cocke County High School
3318 Cosby Highway
Cosby, TN 37722
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