Anticipated Start Date: August 2019 Contract Days: 190 Salary: $37,830 - $76,265, plus exceptional benefits (salary based on the 2018/19 school year) FTE: 1.0
Bend-La Pine Schools is committed to implementing a high-quality Spanish/English dual language program. As we design the high school stage of our K-12 program, we are seeking a candidate who can help us offer our students the best combination and sequence of coursework possible. We have flexibility around the Spanish-language content courses we offer, given the qualifications of the best candidate and the fit within our program framework.
High level of Spanish proficiency required
Oregon License (or ability to obtain one) required, with a high school endorsement in one or more of the following areas:
More than one content-area endorsement (or ability to obtain a second endorsement)
Spanish and/or Bilingual endorsement
Experience with a Two-Way Immersion program model
Additional Salary Information: Employer funded retirement plan under PERS
Internal Number: PS107642
About Bend-La Pine Schools
Bend-La Pine Schools is located in Deschutes County in the heart of Oregon and serves one of the fastest growing communities in the state. Bend-La Pine Schools is the fifth largest school district in Oregon and includes 34 schools serving more than 18,500 students. Our schools are dedicated to excellence and aim to serve every child. Bend-La Pine Schools has enjoyed exceptional community support. The community voted overwhelmingly to approve a construction bond in May, 2017 to build a new high school, a new elementary school and more than 150 other construction projects throughout the district. Nestled at the base of the Cascade Mountain Range, Bend-La Pine Schools borders pine forests and the High Desert. The breathtaking scenery, abundant year-round outdoor recreational activities and many points of interest make this a destination for many visitors. From its agricultural and forest product roots, the Bend community has grown into the commerce, medical, educational and cultural center for the region. It is home to Mt. Bachelor Ski Resort, St. Charles Medical Center, Central Oregon Community College and Oregon State University - Cascades Campus.