Do you have a Bachelor’s Degree or are you working on one? Has a career as a teacher ever crossed your mind? Do you desire to have a family friendly schedule or want to make a difference in our community? Becoming a fully certified teacher is within reach for anyone who has a Bachelor’s degree, or who is close to completing one.
Tapping the skills, experiences, diversity, and resources of the Amarillo community is essential to prepare every AISD student for success beyond high school.
Amarillo ISD is pleased to present an exciting opportunity for anyone who has ever thought….”I’d like to become a teacher, but I’m not sure how.”
In conjunction with 3 major Alternative Certification Programs in Texas, AISD will host:
Pathway to Teacher Certification Event
Thursday, March 30, 2017
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Rod Schroder ESC Board Room
7200 I-40 West (next to Golden Corral)
During the evening event, iTeach Texas, Texas Teachers, WTAMU P.A.C.E., and
AISD representatives will provide tips, tools, and next steps to quickly
becoming a certified teacher.
Light snacks and giveaway items provided.
The 2015 National Teacher of the Year, and Amarillo ISD staff member
Shanna Peeples began her teaching career as an Alternative Certification Candidate
from the WTAMU P.A.C.E. Program.
The beginning annual salary for an Amarillo ISD full-time teacher in 2016/17 is $46,428. Amarillo ISD also adds approximately $6,000 in paid benefits and has an attractive defined benefits retirement plan through the state of Texas.
Amarillo ISD is in need of certified teachers in all areas, including:
- Elementary School: Early Childhood (PK) through 6thGrade Core Content, Bilingual
- Middle School: 6th Grade through 8th Grade Core Content
- All-Level Special Education: Early Childhood through 12th Grade Special Education
- Subject Specific: English, Math, Science, Social Studies, Art, Physical Education, Music,
- Career and Technical Education: Health Science, Criminal Justice, Engineering,
Culinary Arts, Family and Consumer Science, Business, Agriculture
RSVP requested, but not required.
Contact Laurie Ortega, 806-326-1490, or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.