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“I believe our work is to stand beside the children, not in front of them, or behind them, but at their side and to accompany the children in their discoveries about life and the world. To highlight their differences and their subjectivities trying to give value to their thoughts, their ideas and their theories.”

Carla Rinaldi, Director of the Municipal Infant and Toddler and Preschool Centers in Reggio Emilia, Italy
 
 
At Parker River Community Preschool, our mission and values are the foundation for our quality preschool education. We seek to employ teachers and staff members who wholeheartedly embrace these values and transcend them across all aspects of their lives.
 
In joining PRCP, you will be joining a community of teachers, parents, and children who passionately share the same ideals about early childhood education. Teachers work as a team to put our values, mission, and curriculum philosophy into practice each day.
 
Teachers are held to high standards and are expected to constantly engage in areas of new growth as educators. As with the children’s individual gifts, teachers’ individual gifts are celebrated and we encourage teachers to share special skills and hobbies with our program.
 
  Qualified candidates for teacher positions will have the following qualifications:
 
arrow A degree in Early Childhood Education or a related field;
arrow Two or more years experience in the field; and
arrow Clear verbal and written communication skills.
arrow Our school is inspired by the schools of Reggio Emilia, Italy, so familiarity with this approach is preferred.
arrow Bring a willingness to learn and grow with other members of the school community by participating in staff development opportunities;
arrow Perform other duties identified by the Director.
   
  Teacher Candidates also need the ability to do the following:
 
arrow Demonstrate an understanding of the developmental stages and needs of toddler and preschool age children and support them in a gentle and nurturing manner;
arrow Successfully plan and implement a constructivist classroom;
arrow Learn the technology required to document the experiences of children as well as support the documentation of student/classroom experiences
(visual, videotape, tape recording, photos, portfolios);
arrow Value parents as important partners in the work of the school by maintaining frequent contact and supporting them as team members in and out of the classroom;
arrow Bring a willingness to learn and grow with other members of the school community by participating in staff development opportunities;
arrow Perform other duties identified by the Director.
    Click here to submit your cover letter and resume
  Thank you for your interest in joining the PRCP community!
   

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