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GNTA Winter 2018/19 & Spring 2019 Coaches at Geyserville USD

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Job Information

Date Posted: 4/10/2018 Application Deadline: 6/30/2018 11:55 PM Pacific
Employment Type: Part Time Length of Work Year: 3-4 months
Salary: Stipend - Varies ($830 - $2,074) Number Openings: (At time of posting) 5
Contact: Amy White Email: awhite@gusd.com
Phone: 707-857-3592 103

Requirements / Qualifications

Requirements / Qualifications

Please refer to the link for a complete Job Announcement and Description. Currently, we are looking for coaches in: Cheer (HS) / Spirit Squad (MS) MS Basketball MS Volleyball Baseball Tennis



      Please refer to the link for a complete Job Announcement and Description. Currently, we are looking for coaches in: Cheer (HS) / Spirit Squad (MS) MS Basketball MS Volleyball Baseball Tennis

          Comments and Other Information

          The community of Geyserville is approximately twenty miles north of Santa Rosa, CA in northern Sonoma County. It is a historical farming community set in the valley and surrounded by vineyards. Its diverse population includes founding families, vineyard owners, land managers, laborers, seasonal workers, and people employed in a wide variety of occupations in Sonoma and the surrounding counties. The area offers many opportunities to engage in interests such as the arts and music, exploring nearby trails, and enjoying activities at Lake Sonoma or one of the beautiful ocean beaches. Additionally, anyone considering themselves a culinary gourmand or locavore will find they have landed in a world-renowned food paradise! The goal of Geyserville New Tech Academy (GNTA) and Geyserville Elementary School (GES) is to guide its students through a meaningful and challenging standards based curriculum. As a result, each graduate will become a lifelong learner, capable of developing and planning a course of action; and have the perseverance and competency to succeed. GUSD students utilize various technologies to access and manage information, and create final projects for presentations. Students experience an interdisciplinary curriculum driven by a common core reflecting various disciplines. Students concentrate on effective communication, complex thinking and high standards of performance. We strive is to enable students to develop a positive vision of themselves, and to become responsible, independent, self-directed learners.

          Comments and Other Information


          The community of Geyserville is approximately twenty miles north of Santa Rosa, CA in northern Sonoma County. It is a historical farming community set in the valley and surrounded by vineyards. Its diverse population includes founding families, vineyard owners, land managers, laborers, seasonal workers, and people employed in a wide variety of occupations in Sonoma and the surrounding counties. The area offers many opportunities to engage in interests such as the arts and music, exploring nearby trails, and enjoying activities at Lake Sonoma or one of the beautiful ocean beaches. Additionally, anyone considering themselves a culinary gourmand or locavore will find they have landed in a world-renowned food paradise! The goal of Geyserville New Tech Academy (GNTA) and Geyserville Elementary School (GES) is to guide its students through a meaningful and challenging standards based curriculum. As a result, each graduate will become a lifelong learner, capable of developing and planning a course of action; and have the perseverance and competency to succeed. GUSD students utilize various technologies to access and manage information, and create final projects for presentations. Students experience an interdisciplinary curriculum driven by a common core reflecting various disciplines. Students concentrate on effective communication, complex thinking and high standards of performance. We strive is to enable students to develop a positive vision of themselves, and to become responsible, independent, self-directed learners.

           


          Application Deadline

          6/30/2018 11:55 PM Pacific

          Date Posted

          4/10/2018

          Contact

          Amy White
          707-857-3592 103

          Number of Openings

          5

          Salary

          Stipend - Varies ($830 - $2,074)

          Length of Work Year

          3-4 months

          Employment Type

          Part Time