7-12 English/Language Arts
Arthur County Schools is seeking qualified candidates as a 7 -12 English/Language Arts instructor in our JH/High School. Candidates for this position shall work collaboratively with teachers in grades K-12. Be able to teach a variety of subjects for students in grades 7-12 and prepare students for assessments relating to achieving national and state standards. Coaching is available with this position.
Successful candidates will hold or be able to hold proper endorsements to teach 7-12 English/Language Arts classes. Arthur County Schools is located in the village of Arthur in the Sandhills area of Nebraska. It is 25 Miles North of Lake McConaughy , near Ogallala, Nebraska. We have strong community support. We offer a competitive salary and benefit package. The Current Base Salary for a beginning teacher with no experience is at $35,500 plus full insurance. We also offer a four day school week, and housing options are available. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
It is preferred that interested applicants submit a letter of interest, a résumé, credentials, transcripts, and references by email to high school principal:
We have some changes to our calendar that you need to know.
First: Parent Teacher Conferences will be on FRIDAY FEBRUARY 5 only, they will be conducted from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM.
Second: The MNAC Speech Meet, which Arthur County is supposed to host has been moved from Monday March 8, 2021 to Saturday February 20,2021.
We were scheduled to not have school on March 8, but due to this change we will have school on Monday March 8, 2021.
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Why is recommending a mask or face covering is important to help us remain in school?
The following image explains what could happen if a student wears a mask versus not wearing a mask, when it comes to deciding who is sent home vs who can stay in school. Again we are recommending a mask or face covering for students in grades 4-12, not mandating them, but if you or your student chooses to not wear one then here is the risk being run. These are the current rules regarding isolation and quarantine when it comes to exposure in school. Pleas be aware of the circumstances that allow students to remain in school after a possible exposure.
Parents a Reminder: If your student is sick please keep them home. If they have a temperature especially one over 100. They will not be allowed back in school until they have been without a temperature for 48 hours with no Tylenol or fever reducers, and are free if illness symptoms.