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Rush City School District

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Rush City School District

District/Organization Description:

Rush City High School
7th-12th grade with around 415 students. Designed to prepare students for life after high school - whether that be college, vocational school, or employment, Rush City High School's diverse curriculum provides more than 150 semester or year-long courses in: agri-business, art, business, communications, computer science, industrial technology, mathematics, music, physical education, science, social studies and foreign language.

Work experience programs business, and agri-business allow students to attend classes for part of the day, and then apply their skills and knowledge to a job in the community. Rush City students may elect to receive up to 33 college credits through special courses available at the high school. In addition, the high-tech facilities offered at the high school encourages the complete integration of technology into all aspects of daily learning activities.

Students may participate in a wealth of curricular and co-curricular activities including: athletics, fine arts, band, chorus, theater, speech, yearbook, Future Farmers of America, Future Leaders of America, Business Professionals of America, Knowledge Bowl, National Honor Society, Student Council, and foreign language clubs.

Rush City Elementary School (CE Jacobson Elementary)
C.E. Jacobson Elementary School offers a solid basic skills program from Kindergarten through Grade Six. Small class sizes allow for personal attention and curriculum adjustment to suit the needs of all types of learners. We also have a pre-school program for 3 and 4 year olds.

Staff members strive to integrate subject matter and design appropriate lessons to meet both individual students' and group needs. Specialists work with students in several areas: physical education, instructional media center, and music. A caring staff encourages students to respect people and their property, to develop and demonstrate a healthy sense of pride, and to take responsibility for their actions.

District/Organization hiring and interviewing instructions and processes for candidates:

Interested applicants should go to our website and fill out an application through the frontline system. Candidates that are qualified for the position will be called in for an interview with our interview committees.

Licensure Areas Typically Hiring For:

Teaching Licenses (Elementary Education, Mathematics, Social Studies, etc.)| Special Education

Teaching Licenses:

Communication Arts and Literature| Mathematics: Middle Level (Endorsement)| Reading (Endorsement)| Reading Leader (Endorsement)| Science: General Science (Science 5-8)| Other - All

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Special Education:

Special Education: Academic and Behavioral Strategist (mild to moderate only)| Special Education: Autism Spectrum Disorders| Special Education: Deaf or Hard of Hearing| Special Education: Developmental Disabilities| Special Education: Early Childhood| Special Education: Emotional Behavioral Disorders| Special Education: Learning Disabilities| Special Education: Physical and Health Disabilities

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High School Principal


Rush City School District

51001 Fairfield Ave.

Rush City