44 Linnaean ST.
Cambridge, MA 02138
Date Posted: August 09, 2019
Region: Eastern Massachusetts
A Teacher at the Dragonfly After School Program is a part-time professional committed to the goals of our program. Under the direction of the Director, the Teacher plans and implements curriculum, communicates information to families and maintains a safe, healthy, warm, engaging, and attractive environment. Age-appropriate activities should provide for growth in skills, self-awareness, group relations, and creativity. Regular hours are, Monday-Friday 2:00-6:00 in accordance with the CPS calendar. Extended hours of 12-6 on early release days are also required. Benefits include paid time off and a retirement plan for all interested employees. DAP matches up to 3% of contributions per year.
To Apply: Please send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. A Criminal Offenders Records Information (CORI) request, Sex Offender Request (SORI), Background Records Check (BRC) request and finger printing will need to be completed for this position.
The Dragonfly After School Program (DAP) is a private, non-profit parent cooperative after school program serving Cambridge Public School children age 5 through 4thgrade. DAP offers children enjoyable, developmentally appropriate experiences that promote social and emotional growth, and awareness of self and others. A typical day includes ample free play (outside or in the gym), a wide variety of arts activities, healthy snacks and homework assistance.We are located at the Graham and Parks Alternative Public School, 44 Linnaean St. in Cambridge. We are open Monday through Friday from 2:30-5:45 in accordance with the CPS calendar. DAP is fully licensed by the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care.
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