Cornerstone Academy is seeking highly qualified individuals to join our staff. Click Here to download the job application, we accept them year round. An ideal candidate would be someone who loves the Lord and desires to see kids grow in their faith as well as their academic ability. *Some positions may be combined to create a fuller work schedule.
The basic job description of all employees is as follows:
A. SPIRITUAL LEADERSHIP - The teacher is expected to consistently exhibit love, joy, peace, and spiritual maturity before his students and the rest of the school. The teacher is expected to be a student and lover of the Bible, God's only written Word. He is to use the school's curriculum guide and the Bible in constructing his daily classes. Active, joyful participation in any staff prayer meetings and school assemblies is expected.
B. CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT/ENVIRONMENT- The teacher is expected to maintain a neat, organized, clean, and stimulating classroom environment for his students. This implies that the students will take an active part in cleaning and maintaining their room's appearance. The teacher should set up simple, manageable class routines to accomplish basic tasks, e.g. taking attendance, homework collection, daily cleaning schedules, materials storage and distribution, etc.
C. CLASSROOM DECORUM AND DISCIPLINE - The teacher should be very familiar with and able to apply the spirit, as well as the letter, of the school rules. An orderly (not necessarily silent) working atmosphere is to be the norm. Students should be aware of the class and school rules and be encouraged to exercise self-discipline. When administrative discipline is necessary, the teacher is expected to accompany the student to the office and give the principal an accurate accounting of the student's offense. The teacher is expected to diffuse and deal with the vast majority of corrective discipline situations within his classroom.
D. LESSON PREPARATION AND PRESENTATION - The teacher should have a thorough knowledge of and interest in the subjects he is assigned to teach. All subjects should be taught utilizing the objectives, materials, priorities, and methods prescribed in the Cornerstone Academy Curriculum Guide. The teacher is expected to encourage the students to see how all subjects are interrelated, as parts of God's integrated universe. Clear language and appropriate vocabulary is also expected.
E. STUDENT LEARNING - The teacher should seek to stimulate and maintain the students' interest in the material. Recognition and reasonable compensation for individual needs is also necessary. A variety of techniques (in addition to testing) should be used to measure the students' progress (see the Lost Tools Chart). The school curriculum guide is to be used as the basis for measuring the overall progress of the class and individual students.
F. PLANNING AND COMMUNICATIONS - The teacher's weekly and quarterly plans should reflect creativity and a good use of class time. The Curriculum Guide should be used to establish plans. Emphasis should be placed on getting to know the families well, as well as letting them know what is happening in the class. The parents should feel welcome to visit and assist in the classroom.
G. PROFESSIONALISM - The teacher is to consistently and joyfully demonstrate pride in Cornerstone Academy by his work, punctuality, speech, attitude, dress, and attention to duties.
Current positions are open year round:
Substitute Teachers Preschool – 12th Grade
Substitute Aides Preschool & Pre-K
Cornerstone Academy’s teachers are responsible for planning and teaching lessons to a classroom of students. All employees must have a personal relationship with Christ and have a love of learning so they can ignite a love of learning in students.
Positions we are accepting applications for 2019-20 school year:
Grammar School Teacher
Secondary Math and Science Teacher