The Upper School History Teacher will facilitate a vibrant, relevant, and challenging History program for all learners, teaching five classes. The Upper School History Teacher will provide opportunities to acquire knowledge and skills and to ignite a passion for History. The Teacher will be an essential member of the Upper School faculty. As an advisor, the Upper School History Teacher will commit to knowing their advisees and advisee families well. With this foundation, the advisor will serve as the nexus of communication between home and school, promote social-emotional development, and offer appropriate guidance and care for members of their advisory group.
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