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Florida Foreign 
Language Association


July 25, 2018

Middle School French Teacher
Long term substitute – January-April 2019
Pine Crest School - Fort Lauderdale Campus

Pine Crest School is looking for a long term substitute to teach French at levels 1-3 to students in grades 6-8. If the candidate could also teach one section of Spanish to native speakers in grade 6, that would be helpful.

The assignment would begin January 7 and run through April 12. A typical day would include teaching five 45-minute periods as well as supervise one study hall per day. The school day begins at 7:45 am and ends at 4:15 pm, with instruction running from 8:10 am – 3:40 pm. The substitute would join a community of approximately 25 teachers and 370 students on the Fort Lauderdale campus.

We are looking for an educator who has a demonstrated love for teaching and is familiar with the rewards and challenges of working with young adolescents. The successful candidate will be able to:
Inspire students with her/his love for the French language and the many cultures of the French-speaking world
Build warm, trusting relationships with students, colleagues and parents by listening well and responding to concerns in a timely and appropriate manner
Respond well to a busy – often hectic – school day; adjust priorities as needed
Maintain an upbeat, positive outlook, as well as a sense of humor

The following qualities are preferred but not required:
  • 3+ years’ experience teaching French to students in grades 6-12
  • M.A. in French or a related field
  • Ability to teach Spanish a plus

Application Process
If interested in applying for this position, please put “MS French” in the subject line and email the following material to by November 26, 2018:
  • Cover letter indicating your interest and highlighting aspects of your background that qualify you for the position
  • Resume (maximum two pages)
  • Contact information (email address and phone number) for at least three supervisors over the past 10 years
For more information, please visit our website at
Address: 1501 NE 62 Street, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33334 July 25, 2018

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January 28, 2018

Immediate Part Time Opening - Middle School Chinese Teacher

Position Description and Requirements

Community School of Naples, an independent, college preparatory school, is currently seeking an immediate part-time Chinese teacher who is skilled in teaching Middle School students. The candidate hired will teach two morning classes a day, grades 6-8, with the average class size of 8-10 students. The position requires a Bachelor's degree and experience teaching Chinese at the elementary and/or middle school levels. Experience teaching in the target language at least 90% of the time and using ACTFL proficiency standards and assessments are a plus.

This position offers the opportunity to work in a proficiency-based environment where focus on student-created communication of language is built through a well-articulated curriculum. Community School of Naples has state-of-the-art language learning resources to support teaching and learning, thus engaging students as enthusiastic learners.

CSN is one of the top independent, non-sectarian day schools in Florida and maintains a PK-12 school enrollment of 800 students. CSN students are consistently top-ranked when compared to all other Southwest Florida high schools when it comes to test scores, extracurricular activities, and college acceptances. New academic initiatives, such as the Scholars Program, AP Capstone Diploma, and Global Exchange Program, ensure that both students and faculty have the opportunity to grow and develop into world-class thinkers and leaders.

Compensation and Benefits

The appointment is immediate, to complete the current academic year through May. This instructional position is paid a salary commensurate with experience, degree attainment, and qualifications.

If interested, please contact Parthena Draggett, Chair, World Languages and Cultures

239.597.7575 Ext. 466

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