Districts at the fair
District registration for the 2023 fair will open on December 1, 2022. Districts attending the fair will be added as they register.
Professional Educator Licensing and Standards Board (PELSB)
Location: Club Cambria
The Professional Educator Licensing and Standards Board is responsible for establishing and maintaining licensure standards and requirements for teachers in the state and working with the licensing division at the Minnesota Department of Education to issue licenses to Minnesota teachers. In 2017, legislature established a new four-tiered licensing system which the PELSB will oversee. After July 1, 2018, all new applicants who meet eligibility requirements for teaching licenses will be placed into the new tiered system
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The Academy for Sciences and Agriculture (AFSA), a public charter school for grades K-12, engages learners in academically rigorous, student-centered, hands-on experiences and leadership opportunities within a science, environmental education, and agricultural context.
AFSA will develop lifelong learners who are curious, care for others and have high skill levels in applied sciences, and will be prepared for a future in a diverse, global and changing society.
The Academy for Sciences & Agriculture (AFSA K-12) was founded in 2001 with the purpose of providing agricultural literacy to an urban and suburban population. The school has expanded to include career opportunities in five areas of science, including: Engineering, Animal Science, Plant Science, Environmental Science, and Food Science. In 2005, the location in Vadnais Heights opened its doors. This facility was purposefully designed to fit our curriculum and mission. In 2014, AFSA added grades 5 - 6 and in 2019 added grades K - 4. With the addition of K-4, an additional building was needed. The K-8 building was opened in 2019 and is located in Little Canada. AFSA K-12's locations allow the inclusion of students from all northern Twin Cities areas to attend.
Academy District 20
Academy District 20 (ASD20), founded in 1957, is one of the largest school districts in the Pikes Peak Region. A growing district that serves approximately 26,000 students, we’ve added approximately 7,000 students since 2003 and anticipate adding 5,000 more by 2028. To support our students and staff, our community passed a $230 million bond measure in 2016. The bond funding has provided improvements to all our schools and has allowed us to build additional schools to support our increasing student enrollment. The district is home to 20 elementary schools, seven middle schools, seven high schools (five comprehensive, one alternative, one blended), Specialty Schools and Programs, including a preschool program, a hybrid K-8 school, our Home School Academy, the School in the Woods for fourth grade students, and the New Opportunities Program. We have earned numerous awards and recognitions and have been Accredited with Distinction by the Colorado Department of Education since 2009.
Alaska Teacher Placement
Alaska Teacher Placement is the clearinghouse for Alaska's districts and candidates seeking employment in our schools. We host the state-wide, online job bank, an icommunity, and host Alaska district only job fairs. Our website; www.alaskateacher.org, has information about living and working in Alaska, getting certified in Alaska and other information for the job seeker. All our services are free to candidates looking to work in Alaska.
Aldine ISD is home to 61,000 students and 85 campuses located in Houston, Texas. Aldine ISD is the perfect place to begin your teaching career. We offer top notch training and support to help ensure your success in the classroom and a positive first year teaching experience
Anoka-Hennepin School District
The Anoka-Hennepin School District is one of Minnesota's largest, serving approximately 38,000 students and 248,000 residents. Spread out across 172 square miles, the district is made of 13 suburban communities north of the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. Anoka-Hennepin has 26 elementary schools, six middle schools (grades six through eight), and five traditional high schools, plus alternative middle and high school sites, in addition to an award-winning Community Education program.
Aurora Public Schools (Metro Denver)
Located in beautiful and sunny (over 300 days a year) metropolitan Denver, Aurora Public Schools (APS) is a progressive, vibrant, inclusive, and diversity-rich school district with over 40,000 students. As the fifth largest public school system in Colorado we are also one of the most diverse school districts in the state. The district has 59 schools: 4 early childhood education, 25 elementary schools (P-5), 5 P-8 schools, 1 gifted and talented K-8 school, 6 middle schools, 1 6-12 school, 1 P-20 Campus, 4 comprehensive high schools, 1 vocational/technical college, 4 pilot schools, and more. Aurora is also within driving distance to the Rocky Mountains. We offer competitive salaries and benefits to our employees.
Big Lake Schools
At Big Lake Schools, we pride ourselves on being the perfect size. We are small enough to offer the many benefits that come with being a small school district, but we are large enough to be able to offer exceptional programming that only large districts are able to offer.
3,100 Students across 4 schools:
Liberty (K-2); Independence Stem (3-5); Middle School (6-8); High School (9-12)
~215 Teachers (~ 600 Total Staff)
Very strong Early Childhood Program and Community Education!
One to One Devices
Small community close to Twin Cities
Blue Earth Area Schools
Located in Blue Earth, Minnesota at the junction of Interstate 90 and US Highway 169, the Blue Earth Area School District ISD 2860 serves the Southern Minnesota communities of Blue Earth, Frost, Winnebago, Delavan, and Elmore. The district’s mission is to invest in students so they succeed and excel in an ever-changing world.
Check out: www.beaschools.org
Brooklyn Center Community Schools
We Stand Front and Center For You
In Brooklyn Center, we want everything we offer to reflect the community we’re a part of. We use inclusive processes — amplifying student, staff and community voices — to shape district decisions, introduce programs, and inform curriculum choices. When we all contribute, we create a loving place where learners can thrive.
Here, students come first. We’re here to nurture the love of learning in each child. Our greatest success is when students truly discover their unique genius and embrace a life of authenticity and purpose.
We know that for each child, learning starts when basic needs are met. With over 100 partnerships with community organizations, we’re able to better serve the whole child — eliminating barriers to learning so that each child can freely pursue their potential. Services are conveniently located in the buildings, making it easy to keep students up-to-date on their medical, dental and mental health needs.
Anti-racism in BCCS
In Brooklyn Center, we advocate for social, economic and political change to meet the needs of our beautifully eclectic community. And we know that diversity must lead to inclusion if we want to make meaningful progress. So, instead of avoiding discomfort, we work to reject our biases — big or small — by confronting them with ferocity and compassion.
Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191
Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 is a future-forward school district serving approximately 7,500 students in the south metro. In One 91, we create barrier-free pathways for learning for everyone in our community. Our schools are supportive communities of learning where teachers and students go beyond the curriculum to maximize education and exploration. We believe learning is a lifelong pursuit, and our programs, services and opportunities inspire and encourage this belief. Learn more at www.isd191.org.
Cannon Valley Special Education Cooperative
Cannon Valley Special Education Cooperative (CVSEC) is a collaborative initiative of Faribault, Medford, Northfield, and Owatonna public schools committed to implementing specialized programming that meets the social, emotional, and academic needs of all students.
Cannon Valley Special Education Cooperative operates three programs – the SUN (Students With Unique Needs) Program serves students on the autism spectrum with complex needs; the ALEX (Alexander Learning Academy) Program serves students with emotional behavior disorders; and the STEP (Secondary Transition Education Program) Program serves students 18-21 in their goals to live as independently as possible.
In addition to the instruction provided on a day-to-day basis, our team of caring professionals works tirelessly to support students and their families in everyday life and build a community that has an impact that extends well beyond the school day.
Canyons School District
Canyons School District is the fifth-largest district in Utah serving 34,000 students at 49 schools. We employ close to 2,000 teachers, some of whom were drawn here by the state’s natural beauty; how many major metropolitan areas are footsteps from eight ski resorts and hiking trails or a half day’s drive from five national parks?
Others know that because Canyons was created less than a decade ago by a vote of the people, we enjoy uncommon levels of community support. Our patrons have supported two school improvement bonds, exceeding half-a-million dollars, and pay increases every year since the District’s inception. Canyons also has more coaching supports and free professional development opportunities to support our teachers than any other district in Utah. CSD is the place to be!
Catholic Community Schools
Catholic Community Schools is a network of seven Catholic elementary schools and one middle and high school in and around the St. Cloud, MN metro area where, beyond academics, we teach respect, integrity, responsibility, leadership, service, and kindness. While we're a Catholic school system, we welcome faculty, staff, students, and families of all faith backgrounds who share our values of educating and nurturing each student to become the best version of themselves that they can be in schools where children are eager to learn and parents see themselves as partners in their child’s education. Our small class sizes mean that teachers get to know each student individually, enabling them to celebrate their accomplishments and be readily available to help them with their individual needs. It’s not just about academics; it’s about developing the whole self; their character, confidence, potential, God-given talents, and faith.
Desert Sands Unified School District
Desert Sands Unified School District is located in La Quinta California. Our mission is to provide a dynamic system of challenging educational choices, collaborative staff working with our families and extended partnerships. We invest in professional development for teachers and staff to cultivate their individual creative talents, assisting with techniques to inspire the development of new teaching skills and prepare for an exciting long -term career with competitive health benefits for the employee and eligible dependents.
Eagle Ridge Academy
Eagle Ridge Academy is a K-12 Classical charter school. Eagle Ridge Academy is focused on providing a rigorous, academic foundation that works in conjunction with the Academy’s Pillars and Latin motto. The following virtues constitute the Academy’s Pillars: Citizenship, Integrity, Perseverance, Honor, Excellence, and Respect. The Academy’s motto “Veritas, Probitas, Pulchritudo” identifies in Latin the central tenets of the Academy: Truth, Goodness, and Beauty. Using these virtues and tenets as foundations, Eagle Ridge Academy is able to fulfill its mission of providing our students with a traditional, Classical education that demands their best in academic achievement, behavior, and attitude and challenges them to attain their highest potential.
Eagle Ridge Academy represents the three stages of the Trivium in its three distinct Schools: the School of Grammar (K-5), the School of Logic (6-8), and the School of Rhetoric (9-12). Grades five and eight serve a special role as the transitional years: grade five is the transitional year between the School of Grammar and the School of Logic, and grade eight is the transitional year between the School of Logic and the School of Rhetoric.
Upon completion of their education at Eagle Ridge Academy, students will be exemplary and knowledgeable citizens who have been instilled with a life-long passion for learning; value self-discipline, respect, perseverance, and achievement; search for truth, beauty, and goodness; and have an appreciation for the United States of America and her unique role in the world.
Eastern Carver County Schools
Our Mission: We prepare every student to achieve their personal best, engage in lifelong learning, and be a thoughtful and responsible citizen.
Our Vision: We are committed to providing educational excellence for all by:
Offering personalized, rigorous academic and extensive extracurricular programming delivered by highly-trained staff
Promoting a welcoming, inclusive, and equitable culture where everyone has the opportunities and supports needed to be successful
Engaging with community partners to support student learning and career exploration
Investing our resources wisely to best meet the needs of our learners and communities
Eden Prairie Schools
<b>Eden Prairie Schools is dedicated to hiring the best!</b>
Eden Prairie Schools, home of the Eagles, is an incredible place for students to learn and grow. This district has enjoyed a long-standing reputation of excellence that is built on high expectations for our students and staff. We believe it is our purpose to create an environment of care and support where each student is inspired every day. We do this best by knowing each of our learners as individuals, recognizing their skills and motivations, and pushing them to excel.
More than 8,400 diverse student learners are provided an exceptional educational experience throughout the district’s five Elementary Schools (PreK-5), Spanish Immersion School (PreK-5), Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12), Transition Program, and K-12 Online School. Our dedicated teaching staff are caring, knowledgeable and a vital facet of our Eagle Nation.
<b>Why teach in Eden Prairie Schools?</b>
Our teachers maintain high academic standards while working to develop students who are critical thinkers, collaborate with their teammates, are creative, and know how to effectively communicate. Our teachers’ commitment to EACH student means that they value the unique skills and interests of all our students. Our teachers have a 97% approval rating among parents. They get to know each student to better understand their passions and curiosity. We value diversity and inclusion, collaboration and learning from multiple perspectives.
<b>Ready to inspire students? Come teach in Eden Prairie Schools!</b>
We are currently seeking exceptional teacher candidates for the 2023-2024 school year for at the elementary, middle and high school levels. The successful candidate will need to hold an Education licensure issued by the State of Minnesota. These positions will begin on or about August 26, 2023 (workshop week).
<b>The strongest candidates will:</b>
- Inspire each student to learn continuously
- Demonstrate intrinsic value
- Have individual gifts and talents
- Contribute to the benefit of the community
- Build relationships on mutual trust and respect
- Desire to learn and grow through personalized learning
Come join our outstanding team of exceptional staff!
Edina Public Schools
Edina Public Schools, home of the Hornets, is a dynamic learning community delivering educational excellence and preparing all students to realize their full potential. Through academics, activities, and opportunities, we encourage creativity, foster curiosity, and develop critical thinking skills. We support every student’s educational journey by creating a caring and inclusive school culture that supports the whole student. Our vision is for each and every student to discover their possibilities and thrive.
More than 8,500 diverse student learners are provided an exceptional education experience throughout the district’s early learning center, six elementary schools (K- Grade 5) including both French and Spanish Immersion programs, two middle schools (Grades 6-8), a high school (9-12), and the Edina Virtual Pathway online program.
Ready to inspire students? Come teach in Edina Public Schools!
Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District
Our Vision- FSUSD is a premier learning community that empowers each student to thrive
in an ever-changing world.
Our Mission- In a safe, welcoming and supportive environment, we provide innovative
educational opportunities to develop resilient students who are inspired to succeed.
Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District (FSUSD) is a highly diverse and a
technologically progressive school system with eighteen elementary, four middle, three
high schools, one adult school, a preschool, several alternative schools, and three early
learning centers. FSUSD is the largest school district in Solano County and provides
educational services to approximately one-third of all students enrolled in the county.