Overview

Caterpillar Classroom: ages 20-36 months

Wimberley Montessori School is currently seeking an experienced Montessori Toddler Lead Guide whose roll will be to establish and maintain a harmonious classroom for Toddlers.  We are looking to fill this position as soon as possible.

The Toddler Lead Guide will be able to use good judgment regarding classroom guidelines and will understand the Toddler Class-day is structured and flexible depending on the day and/or group of children. The Toddler Lead Guide will have good communication skills, be willing to go with the flow, be able to multi-task, paying attention to detail and most importantly understand that the children come first before all other duties.

Specific duties will be discussed in person with applicants. Salary is commensurate with experience.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $32,000.00 – $34,000.00 per year

Benefits:

Dental insurance
Paid time off
Vision insurance

Schedule:  Monday to Friday

Supplemental Pay:  Bonus pay

COVID-19 considerations:  Continuous air filtration and sanitation policies are in place throughout the day.

Education:  High school or equivalent (Required)

Experience:  Preschool Education: 2 years (Preferred)

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About Wimberley Montessori School

Wimberley Montessori School takes a whole-child approach to education. Teachers, administrators, and support staff work together to meet the intellectual, social, behavioral, and emotional needs of each and every child we serve. The Montessori curriculum is organized into a mosaic of integrated studies, in contrast with the traditional education methods in which the curriculum is compartmentalized and presented as isolated, unrelated subjects. Our course of study implements a thematic approach that ties the various disciplines of the curriculum together into studies of the physical universe, the natural world, and the human experience. Our curriculum includes language arts, (elements of reading, [primary] spelling, handwriting, grammar, literature, creative writing, and Spanish), mathematics and geometry, everyday living skills, geography, history, science, art, music, robotics and physical education. Each classroom has its own library.