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Furlow Charter School (FCS) seeks exceptional and innovative educators for a variety of positions for the 2019-2020 school year. Our mission is to foster success among our diverse community of students, through innovative approaches to public education that encourage critical thinking and multi-disciplinary learning, in an active, inclusive, and engaging educational environment.

We are committed to fostering cultural awareness, inclusivity, social responsibility, and academic awareness through family and community involvement in the development of life-long learners. FCS employs project-based learning, requires Spanish language, fine arts education K-12, and embraces service learning. FCS is a division of the Sumter County School System and is located in Americus, GA.

Ideal candidates will show a deep understanding of project-based learning; will demonstrate a dedication to teaching methods and curriculum that foster diversity and inclusivity; will motivate and inspire students to be excited about teaching and learning; and will engage parents and the community as active partners in the learning experience. Successful candidates will demonstrate evidence of academic success, commitment to diversity and inclusivity, innovative problem-solving, and effective communication skills.

To be considered, candidates must email the following to FurlowCharterSchoolapplication@gmail.com:
● a cover letter explaining your interest in the position, your philosophy on teaching and learning, and how you will contribute to an educational environment that values diversity and inclusivity.
● resume outlining your education, prior work experience, community/civic involvement history, and contact information for three professional references

In the email subject line, please include your name and the position for which you are applying (For example: Joe Smith-Middle Grades Math). Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the positions are filled. Applications from underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged.