Friday, July 22, 2016

Junior High Science Teacher Needed

We are looking for a junior high science teacher at Salazar. Applicants should forward their resume to me as soon as possible at

Lynn Daguerre
Assistant Principal
Ruben Salazar Bilingual Center
160 W. Wendell Street
(P) 773-534-8310
(F) 773-534-831

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

CPS Seeks Restorative Practices Coach

The Restorative Practices Coach (RP Coach) is an hourly employee who will be deployed to various
CPS schools (2432 hours per week) to implement short term consultation, training, and coaching
projects to develop the mindsets, practices, systems, and structures that schools need to effectively
implement Restorative Practices within the school. The RP Coach will report to the Office of Social
Emotional Learning SEL Specialist, who will receive requests for and assign RP Coaches to coaching
projects developed by the Network SEL Specialist and school leadership. Once assigned a project, the
RP Coach will collaborate with the Network SEL Specialist and school leadership to meet the project
objectives, model relationship-building practices, and provide feedback and recommendations for
continuous improvement. The RP Coach will regularly document and share progress towards meeting
each project’s objectives. Ongoing support for coaches will be provided by the Office of Social
Emotional Learning through a comprehensive orientation and monthly Professional Learning
Community meeting. Must have reliable transportation.

To Apply: Submit a cover letter and resume to Jean Klasovsky at by July 31,

Wood Dale District 7 Seeks Dual Language Teachers

District 7 currently operates bilingual (Spanish) programs at all four schools and offers bilingual (Polish) services at the Early Childhood Center and Oak Brook School. In recent years there have been numerous requests from our English speaking families to provide foreign language instruction for their students. This year District 7 will be exploring the  implementation of a dual language program as an innovative way to combine the need to provide state mandated programming, along with the desire to offer foreign language instruction to our English speaking students. District 7 has formed a research committee to explore offering dual language instruction to our students. As part of our research, administrators, teachers and parents will attend conferences, visit dual language schools, work with consultants and
read and study research.

WD7 currently has 5 openings. Please visit to view job descriptions and apply online.