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Now Hiring (details below): 

•Grade 5-6 ELA/Humanities Teacher

•Substitute Teachers

•Substitute School Nurse

•Crossing Guard


Grade-level teachers at the Village School of North Bennington are responsible for providing all aspects of instructional services to the students of the school. Teachers will be accountable for creating, sustaining, and enhancing the purpose and promise of our school in their classrooms. Each teacher is expected to work collaboratively with faculty and staff to provide every student with an experience that ensures they will reach their full potential while attending the Village School of North Bennington.
The Teacher shall act as the homeroom sixth grade teacher and will be responsible for overseeing the daily activities of the sixth grade students, including transitions to and from Specials, meal times, and recess. This position includes a team-teaching approach across grades five and six, in which interdisciplinary units generate student excitement and help our students to understand the connections between subjects. Team teaching actively bolsters our students’ support networks and reinforces our child-centered approach, as teachers collaborate regularly to plan new academic projects and review each student’s progress. The Teacher will create and deliver unit and lesson plans for English Language Arts (ELA) and Humanities for students in both fifth and sixth grade, with a focus on differentiation among reading and comprehension levels.
Please note that the Village School is open for in-person instruction on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, with distance learning on Wednesdays. The Teacher will be expected to teach remote lessons on Wednesdays, as well as on a full time basis in the event of a COVID-19 school closure. Additionally, some families have chosen the option of complete distance learning, and the Teacher will be expected to provide both synchronous and asynchronous educational opportunities for those students. All Village School students and staff members are required to wear a facial covering that covers the mouth and nose, as well as to follow the Vermont Agency of Education’s COVID-19 guidelines.

– Candidates for teaching positions at the Village School of North Bennington must possess a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university; preference will be given to those with a degree in the content area. A Master’s degree and/or professional teaching certification is strongly preferred but not required.
– Candidates for this position must have experience with and a high comfort level in using Google Suite applications, including both Google Classroom and Calendar.
– Candidates for this position must possess a demonstrable knowledge of Zoom, including the ability to create, host, and deliver lessons via Zoom meetings.

– Candidates with a background in reading instruction and/or Wilson training are strongly encouraged to apply, although this is not a requirement.
In order to be considered for this position, all interested candidates must apply through our ad on SchoolSpring at: 



Substitute teachers and substitute teaching assistants are needed on a per diem basis for our pre-k through sixth grade classrooms. This position is per diem during the school year only; it is contingent upon need and does not include a guaranteed number of hours.


  • High school diploma or higher
  • Must be able to pass a series of background checks, including fingerprinting
  • Current CPR certification is preferred but is not required
  • Prior classroom experience is a plus but is not required
  • Requires the wearing of a facial covering that covers the mouth and nose when in the presence of others
  • Must adhere to all school-issued guidelines pertaining to COVID-19 and our Community Commitment

Please apply through our ad on Indeed at: VSNB on Indeed



The School Nurse Substitute performs professional nursing duties as defined by Vermont guidelines, regulations, statutes, and Village School school policies.  The Substitute prepares written reports for the purpose of data collection regarding Nurse’s Office and/or Isolation Room visits.  The Nurse Substitute may provide medically prescribed interventions, including medication.  The Nurse Substitute cares for ill or injured children, as well as administers first-aid in accordance with state protocol to students and school staff, and pursues any further necessary measures to ensure proper care of an accidental injury or sudden illness at school. This position is per diem during the school year only; it is contingent upon need and does not include a guaranteed number of hours.


  • Bachelor’s Degree (preferred)

  • A valid license to practice as a Registered Nurse (RN) in Vermont is preferred

  • A valid license as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) in Vermont will be considered

  • Current CPR certification

  • A minimum of one full year of relevant experience

  • Citizenship, residency or work visa required

  • Must be able to pass a series of background checks, including fingerprinting


  • Please apply through our ad on Indeed at: VSNB School Nurse Substitute on Indeed


SHIFT: 7:45 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. AND  2:45 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. on FOUR school days (Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays)


A Crossing Guard is needed to supervisor students crossing the street both before and after school, working from 7:45 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. before school and then again after school from 2:45 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. on FOUR school days (Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays).

TO APPLY: Please respond to our ad on Indeed at





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