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We extend a warm welcome to Beverley Bucknor, our new Superintendent of Education.  
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Employment Opportunity--

Principal/Teacher Grades 1-8
Category: K-12
Organization: South Shore Adventist School
Conference: Southern New England Conference
Posted: Aug. 4, 2017
Resumes Due: Aug. 18, 2017

Description: South Shore School is looking for an individual who has a love for Jesus and is passionate about Christian education in a one teacher school. The candidate needs to have an understanding of classroom instructional skills and strong classroom management skills. This position also requires administrative abilities as it is a one teacher/principal position. South Shore is located south of Boston with a supportive school board and church.
Experience: Candidates must be a committed Seventh-day Adventists who support the teachings and standards of the church. The ideal candidate must have a minimum of a BA/BS in elementary education and a current denominational certification. Must already be able to legally work in the United States. Candidate will be considered before resume due date is ended.
Beverley Bucknor, Education Superintendent
PO Box 1169 (34 Sawyer Street)
South Lancaster, MA 01561-1169
978-365-4551 Ext. 609


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