|Does a Successful School Leader Need Underwear?|
Does a Successful School Leader Need Underwear?
[Washington, D.C., December 18, 2014]
--The leadership team at The Kingsbury Center, D.C.’s oldest private, nonprofit institution dedicated to serving children and adults with learning differences, is writing a book entitled Leading by the Seat of Your Pants
. The first chapter was published today on The Kingsbury Center’s blog at kingsburytransforms.org
|Kingsbury Blog Goes Live|
The Kingsbury Transforms Blog:
Where Education, Psychology and Wellness Intersect
[Washington, D.C., November 13, 2014]
--The Kingsbury Center, D.C.’s oldest private, nonprofit institution dedicated to serving children and adults with learning differences, expanded its social media presence today with the launch of a new blog: KingsburyTransforms.org
. The blog will feature posts intended to assist and inspire a wide audience of educators, parents and professionals serving the LD community.
Announcements & Special Events . . .
|Revised 2014-2015 School Year Calendar Now Available|
Are you already planning your 2014 winter or 2015 spring get-aways?
Do you want to know when the fall Scholarship Book Fair will come to Kingsbury?
Consult the Kingsbury Day School 2014-2015 Calendar!
Click here for a copy.
|Seeking Teacher for HOPE Program|
Kingsbury seeks a Teacher for HOPE, its High School Optional Program (Afternoon and Evening) designed to serve non-traditional high school-aged students with learning differences and ADHD, and those students who are at risk of failing in their high school years.
Students are educated in small classroom settings with all of the support needed to obtain a High School Diploma. The HOPE Program runs Monday through Friday, 11:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Under the supervision of the Kingsbury Day School's administrative team, the HOPE Teacher is responsible for the development, implementation and continuous evaluation of a psycho-educational program for students with learning disabilities.
The position of a special education teacher requires a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in Special Education. Must be certified or be eligible for certification for K through 12 in Learning Disabilities or non-categorical Special Education, birth through eight, in the District of Columbia. Secondary teachers must hold certification in a content area in addition to special education certification.
For additional details concerning Knowledge; Experience; Skills and Abilities; Complexity; Work Environment; and information on how to apply, click here
for the job description.
|Weekly Cafe menus are posted on the School Life page and can be accessed by clicking the "What's Happening?" title above.|
The Healthy Schools Act of 2010 requires every school within D.C. to complete, submit and post online a School Health Profile form. Kingsbury's Health Profile form is also available in Nurse Kuhn’s office.
|Tours and Information|
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If you would like to request a tour or receive additional information please contact Eden Santa Cruz at email@example.com or by calling 202.722.5555.
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