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K-6 Physical Education

Sunny Wolf Charter School
Closing date: 
Friday, March 22, 2024

Sunny Wolf Charter School
K-6 Physical Education Teacher
Two-Year Grant
FTE: 1.0

Valid Oregon Teaching License is required with Elementary and PE Endorsement.
Salary: $40,415.00 - $53,045.00
Application materials will be accepted online until position is filled
Applicant will work: remainder of this school year and 150 days per school year after

Sunny Wolf Charter School is nestled among the beautiful mountains of Southern Oregon just off I-5 in Wolf Creek, Oregon. We are a K-6 Public Charter School meeting four days per week, with smaller class sizes and a highly qualified, full-time teaching assistant in each classroom. We are a Title 1 school with Special Education support. All students eat free breakfasts and lunches made from scratch on site. The Josephine Community Libraries Wolf Creek Branch is adjacent to our school and serves as our school library. Sunny Wolf Charter School’s main focus is on what is best for our students. We have a very supportive Administrator and Board of Directors who are currently seeking applicants that are interested in joining our team of dedicated educators and staff members, helping our students to become critical thinkers and lifelong learners.


This position provides instructional services for K-6 elementary students in a Gym setting. The Teacher promotes and develops successful learning for students, performs instructional and related duties in accordance with School Policies, instructs students, maintains student discipline and class management conducive to a learning and teaching environment, is responsible for student physical education achievement, and maintains a cooperative attitude with staff, parents, and students.


• A valid State of Oregon Teaching License appropriate for the position with the correct endorsement.
• A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution.
• The ability to follow oral and written directions.
• The ability to effectively work and communicate with students, parents, community and school personnel from diverse cultures and backgrounds.
• Respectful and proficient oral and written communication skills in at least one language.
• Proficient in or ability to learn to use computer and internet-based applications, including but not limited to email, Google applications or other software.
• Maintain integrity of confidential information relating to students, staff, and the school community.

1. Cultivate and model a respectful working and learning environment.
2. Maintain current licenses and certifications required for the position.
3. Follow and maintain knowledge of all applicable School policies and procedures; follow and maintain knowledge of all current state and federal laws or administrative rules pertaining to public school teachers.
4. Plan and develop physical education opportunities for maximum participation.
5. The ability to follow oral and written directions.
6. Develop and maintain a classroom environment conducive to effective learning; promotes high levels of achievement in relation to individual student abilities while being physically active.
7. Able and willing to asses student needs and seek appropriate support.
8. Plans a program of learning that meets the individual needs, interests, and abilities of students; assists in the selection of equipment and other instructional materials.
9. Designs and implements appropriate instruction of subject assigned in accordance with student needs, and State Standards.
10. Develop clear behavioral expectations.
11. Supply teachers with information related to PE for report cards, progress reports, and Student Personal Education Plans; conferences with students, parents/guardians and other staff members as needed; maintains open lines of communication.
12. The ability to affectively work and communicate with students, parents, and school personnel.
13. Cooperate and collaborate with other members of the staff in planning instructional goals, objectives, curriculum, and instructional methods (example: PTA, SWCS Board Meetings).
14. Participate in SWCS provided professional development.
15. Attends work and staff meetings regularly, and is punctual.

16. All school employees have responsibility for supervising all students and assisting in maintaining a safe environment in all school spaces.

17. Professional and clean appearance and hygiene.
18. The work environment includes the standard Gym setting and all buildings and grounds on the SWCS Campus.

To Apply:
Send the following items to SWCS Board at
• Current Resume
• Letter of Interest and Introduction
• 3 Current Professional Letters of Reference
• Copy of your State of Oregon Teaching License with PE Endorsement
• Tell us why you are the best person to fill this position