Founded in 2000, Trinity Episcopal School is a K-8 independent, coeducational school of 436 students. Situated on an attractive urban campus in the Garden District of Charlotte’s First Ward neighborhood, Trinity capitalizes upon the vibrant Center City as an extended classroom, providing engaging academic and unique service learning opportunities.
A profoundly mission‐driven institution, Trinity is dedicated to three core values that are thoroughly intertwined: creating scholars, nurturing spirituality, and embracing diversity. In weaving these core values together, the School is redefining educational excellence through its constructivist, problem-based, student-centered and differentiated methodologies. We believe that this educational philosophy creates a community of students who are fully engaged in learning, and we aspire to graduate 8th graders who are as similarly curious about the world as when they arrived on campus as kindergarteners. In keeping with the Episcopal educational tradition, spiritual development is integral to the Trinity experience, reflected in regular opportunities for community worship, faith studies classes and a comprehensive service‐learning program.
The Founders of Trinity Episcopal School sought to create a student body that would reflect the population of the Charlotte metropolitan area – a diverse community of learners who could grow together with a mutual sense of belonging, respect and appreciation. Trinity is populated by a rich variety of people from diverse racial, ethnic, religious and socioeconomic backgrounds. This intentional pluralism is a hallmark of Episcopal schools, which Trinity has embraced since its founding. Additionally, Trinity has established an Honor Code that holds students to the highest standards of integrity and personal conduct.
How to Apply
Trinity Episcopal School is currently seeking Substitute Teachers. The ideal candidate must share a love for children, take initiative while being flexible, and commit to our three primary values of scholarship, diversity and spirituality.
Assignments are available in grades K-8 and can include self-contained classroom placements as well as enrichment classes such as music, faith studies, art, foreign languages, and physical education. Substitute teachers may be called with several days’ notice of a planned TES teacher absence, the evening prior to or the morning of a TES teacher’s unexpected absence.
Substitute teachers will receive lesson plans to guide their work in the classroom, and they will be supported by other members of the grade-level or department team. An ability to effectively teach and manage a group of twenty (20+) children independently is necessary. An undergraduate degree is required, and education majors or graduates are preferred.
Interested applicants should submit a resume, cover letter and application for employment to Gracie Ponjuan, email@example.com.
"I like working at Trinity because it is more than a school, it is a community. In this community, individuals are nurtured and supported in reaching their full potential academically, personally, and spiritually, and it is amazing to be able to come to work and see that in action every day."
"Our Episcopal identity provides us with a context for everything we do. Our community of students, faculty, staff and parents are all focused on delivering our mission & core values, thus fulfilling our calling to be the people God intends us to be. "
"I love working at Trinity because I have the opportunity to work with an incredible group of talented educators, who are willing to go the extra mile for the growth and well being on our students. I am truly blessed and honored to be part of such a supportive and caring community, and I continue to be amazed at the love and passion everyone gives to our school. "
"I love working at Trinity because I am trusted as a teacher and professional to do what is best for children every single day."
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