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Open Positions:

  • First Grade

  • Fourth Grade


  • Implement a balanced literacy framework including but not limited to
    guided reading, managed independent learning, shared reading, writer’s
    workshop, word study, and read aloud.

  • Prepare and organize lessons that follow the curriculum and framework

  • Learn, develop, and implement strategies and lessons.

  • Participate in a coaching and inquiry-based model of instruction.

  • Incorporate technology throughout instruction.

  • Establish and maintain positive relationships with students, manage
    student behavior, establish rules and procedures in the classroom using
    classroom meetings, and implement PBIS.

  • Create and/or administer state, district, school, and classroom
    assessments to evaluate student progress and create instructional
    lessons based on the data.

  • Plan instructional lessons following the curriculum guidelines or
    requirements for the state of Indiana and Corporation.

  • Maintain data in the student management system, provide
    interventions, and monitor student progress.

  • Develop and maintain constructive and collaborative working
    relationships with other teachers, staff, and administrators.

  • Collaborate with parents and a special education teacher to provide
    accommodations and services written in any IEP or 504 Plan.

  • Establish and maintain regular parent-teacher communication through
    e-mail, phone calls, and/or written correspondence.

  • Participate in professional development to foster improved professional
    competence and higher achievement for all students.

  • Collaborate with school and church employees to improve overall
    teaching and learning.

  • Update all necessary records accurately and completely as required by
    laws and school regulations.

  • Implement all CrossPointe Church policies as they relate to the shared
    stewardship of our facility.


  • Bachelor’s degree or higher.

  • MSDE or ACSI certification is preferred.

  • Ability to administer and interpret running records (or have the
    willingness to learn).

  • Willingness to work with mentor teachers or administration to
    implement research-based instructional practices in the classroom.

  • Strong communication skills including written communication and the
    ability to convey information effectively and clearly to others.

  • Strong interpersonal relations including the ability to establish and
    maintain effective working relationships with teachers, administrators,
    and other staff members.

  • Ability to problem solve, establish, and maintain a standard of pupil
    behavior needed to achieve a functional and effective learning
    atmosphere in the classroom.

  • Knowledge of technology integration.

  • Strong planning and organizational skills.


To apply, submit a resume along with a message of introduction to

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