Fully accredited through MNSAA, St. Michael Catholic School is a K-8 school with a vibrant preschool program, located 35 miles northwest of the Twin Cities. Student enrollment is 460, PreK-8. Our 20 classroom teachers work closely with full-time specialists in physical education, music, technology, and Spanish. Catholic education is a priority in our parish and has been a ministry of the church for over 140 years. We aspire to model our mission of "Living for Christ and Learning for Life", each and every day.
St. Michael Catholic School is seeking a dynamic, visionary Catholic School Principal ready to embrace our mission of “Living for Christ and Learning for Life” while leading for excellence and growth.
Start date: June 2020
Contact: Dave Ferry, Business Administrator, St. Michael Catholic Church, 763-497-2745 or email: [email protected]
St. Michael Catholic School is seeking a dynamic long-term substitute teacher, with the possibility of a full-time permanent position, of Language Arts for Grades 7 & 8.
We are seeking licensed, flexible teachers ready to be on-call on a regular basis for Preschool and Grades K-8, all subject areas. Daily substitute rate is $110. Substitutes are required to complete a background check and attend a free, 3-hour training called VIRTUS, sponsored by the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Qualified applicants may specify days available, preferred grades and/or subjects they are willing to teach.
Send letter of interest, resume, license, and three letters of reference to Jennifer Haller, Principal. Information will be accepted via email at [email protected]. If you are interested in being on our preschool substitute teacher list, please contact Kate Bredeck at 763-515-3931 or [email protected].
St. Michael Catholic School is accepting applications for substitutes for part-time para-professionals to assist in classrooms, on the playground and in the cafeteria. Hours are generally 7:30-12:30 Monday-Thursday and 8:30-12:30 on Friday. Sub days for paras are generally scheduled in advance of the day needed.
Responsibilities vary greatly from working one-on-one with students to supervising large groups of children in the lunchroom and on the playground (year-round), and conducting various light office/classroom tasks.
Qualified candidates will possess strong communication skills, basic technology skills, high standards for student behavior and the ability to problem solve with children in a developmentally appropriate manner consistent with our Catholic school mission. The ideal candidate must be a team player, self-directed, a quick problem solver, and easily adaptable to a variety of situations. Experience working in schools is preferred.
Interested persons should submit a cover letter, resume, and names of three references to Heidi Gallus, Dean of Students, at [email protected]