Dual Language Teacher (Multiple Positions), West Chicago District 33, West Chicago, IL

About the position(s): 

West Chicago Elementary School District 33 is a Pre-K through 8th grade system. There are six elementary schools, two preschool and one 6/7/8 middle school. West Chicago Elementary School District 33’s population reflects the diverse demographics of West Chicago and portions of Winfield and Wheaton, from which it draws its student enrollment. The overall student population is 4,114. Of that number, approximately 66.4% of the students come from Hispanic origins, 25.6% White, 2.5% Asian/Pacific Islander and 2.7% Black.
West Chicago Elementary School District 33 employs 361 full time certified staff members and 260 classified staff members throughout the 8 schools and the district office. The majority of certified staff members hold advanced degrees. Racial/Ethnic background of the faculty is 80.9% White, 18.3% Hispanic, and .8% Asian/Pacific Islander.  
The mission of West Chicago Elementary School District 33 is to ensure that all students become life-long learners and achieve their maximum potential so that they may participate in and contribute to a democratic society. 
In 2015-2016, West Chicago District 33 expanded its Dual Language program to include both One-Way and Two-Way Dual Language Immersion programs district wide. 
We are currently seeking enthusiastic candidates for the following positions:
1 Early Childhood Dual Language (Spanish) Teacher
1 Elementary Dual Language (Spanish) Teacher
1 Middle School Dual Language (Spanish) Teacher
Please apply at www.wego33.org
You may contact Angelica Romano, Executive Director for Human Resources at romanoa@wego33.org for additional information. 
If you value the following: 
Financial Stability
Excellent and successful two year mentoring program
Professional development in all areas of curriculum
Infinite number of resources for our families 
Then, we would like encourage you to apply and to join us at West Chicago District 33 to make a difference in our students’ lives.