At this time, we are accepting applications for our Elementary Dual Immersion (DI) Program ONLY. Applications will be accepted from fully credentialed teachers with any of the following:
- Clear Bilingual Specialist Credential
- BCLAD Certificate
- Bilingual Certificate of Competence (BCC)
Successful candidates will be considered for any future, full time DI openings and/or long term substitute and day-to-day substitute work. If your qualifications meet our needs, you will be contacted for a DI interview. If we do not contact you, we will continue to consider your qualifications during the upcoming year.
Currently we are not accepting applications for K-5 Elementary (exception: Elementary DI applicants - see above).
Other options for Multiple Subject credentialed teachers:
- Supplemental Authorization in Math-Apply for Math
- Supplemental Authorization in English-Apply for English
- Supplemental Authorization in Science-Apply for Science
- Substitute Teaching
Additionally, there are some exceptions for multiple-subject credentialed applicants. The following may be available, within a middle school setting only:
- 6th grade self-contained
- Tech Core (Math/Science)
- Humanities Core (English/History)
If you are interested, please apply for any of the above under a secondary application.
If you qualify to apply for our Elementary DI program only, apply here:
Page Last Updated May 21, 2020
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