About School District 69 (Qualicum)
School District 69 (Qualicum) is centrally situated on east Vancouver Island and covers the area of Nanoose Bay to Bowser and spans from Errington across the Strait of Georgia to Lasqueti Island. We serve a student population of approximately 4000 students. School District 69 (Qualicum) consists of eight elementary schools (Grades K-7), two secondary schools (Grade 8-12), an alternate school (PASS/Woodwinds) and a Distributed Learning program to support home-learning families called the Collaborative Education Alternative Program (CEAP). False Bay School on Lasqueti Island is entirely off-grid with an immense solar project recently completed. School District 69 (Qualicum) also embraces many community organizations through various school programs. The area’s natural beauty, never-ending beaches, mild climate and small-town charm make it a popular tourist destination and a great opportunity to have a career in paradise.
8 – 12 Program
Social Studies 8-11 (Compass Program)
Science 8-11 (Compass Program)
Home Economics 8 (Foods)
assignment may change to meet the needs of the school’s educational program,
grade organization, and/or enrollment.
1.00 FTE TEMPORARY
Sept. 1, 2021 until the full return of the incumbent or until June 30,
or upon notification that the temporary position will end earlier due to
or declining enrollment. The anticipated
end date of this assignment is Feb. 28, 2022.
The successful candidate will be expected to:
Plan and deliver developmentally responsive learning
experience which reflect the unique needs of learners in a secondary school
Work in collaboration with a teaching partner to support the
needs of students in a cross-curricular, multi-grade learning environment;
Plan and implement effective student assessment in order to
improve student learning and to ensure instructional practice which is
responsive to student needs;
Actively contribute to the success of the school growth plan
and enhancing student learning plan;
Work collaboratively with staff members and communicate
effectively with staff, students, and parents;
Create an engaging, respectful and inclusive learning
environment for students;
Work in consultation with Learning Services teachers in the development,
implementation and assessment of Individual Education Plans (IEPs) for students
who require additional supports, adaptations, and/or modifications;
Work In collaboration with the Learning Services teacher to
develop and monitor learning plans;
Integrate use of Information and Communication Technology
(ICT) to support teaching and learning, manage information and carry out
The successful candidate will have the following
A valid BC Teaching Certificate and familiarity with the BC
curriculum at the secondary level;
A Bachelor’s Degree with Major or Minor in English, Social
Studies, Science or Special Education;
Experience teaching Social Studies, Science and home
economics at the secondary level.
Experience modifying and adapting curriculum and assessment
to meet the diverse and individual needs of learners at the secondary level;
Experience working in the Alternate School environment.
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