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1-Year Interim Principal - Cabot School
The Cabot School District and Washington Northeast Supervisory Union seek an Interim Principal to lead Cabot's small but vibrant PK-12 school for the 2018-19 school year.  Cabot School is in many ways the heart of the town of Cabot, and the community, Board and Superintendent have a clear understanding of the characteristics that will define our next Principal.  For a complete position description and to apply, go here:

Elementary Teacher Grades 1-2 Cabot School
Cabot School is searching for an elementary teacher for our first and second grade classroom. This position will be a part of a 2-person teaching team responsible for a group of approximately 20 students. Teachers will work collaboratively, but each will be primarily responsible for a first or second grade group in a two-year looping model.  For a complete position description and to apply, go here:

School Counselor and Personalized Learning Coordinator - Cabot School

The ideal candidate will demonstrate capacity to empower students through awareness and development of talents, interests and future life goals. The School Counselor’s primary responsibility is to work with students and families to help build a strong sense of identity and decision making skills, enhancing social, emotional and academic confidence and capacity.  While we are a PreK-12 learning community, we expect this position to mainly focus on our secondary students (grades 7-12).  For a complete position description and to apply, go here:

Elementary Student Support Counselor (Anticipated) - Cabot School

This position coordinates and implements social/emotional supports for our elementary-age students and takes a leadership role in building positive school climate based on our core values of respect, responsibility, kindness and engagement.

Bachelor’s Degree in counseling, education, social work or related field is required, with appropriate licensure in one of the above fields.  For a complete position description and to apply, go here:

Physical Education and Health Teacher (Full-Time) - Cabot School
Cabot School is currently searching for an enthusiastic, caring and creative individual to be our next physical education and health teacher. This is a full-time (approximately 80% PE, 20% Health) position.  Position teaches Physical Education and Health courses PK-12. For a complete position description and to apply, go here:


Special Education Teacher/Case Manager  Cabot School 
Washington Northeast Supervisory Union has an opening for a Special Education Teacher/Case Manager starting in August of 2018. The position will be assigned to Cabot School in Cabot, Vermont, primarily working with elementary-age students in grades K-6. In addition to providing specialized instruction and case management, this position also requires behavioral support and planning on behalf of students with emotional and behavioral needs. For a complete position description and to apply, go here:

High School Math Teacher - Cabot School
Cabot School is seeking a dynamic, student-centered teacher to lead our high school mathematics program next year, delivering explicit math instruction to students in small classes, grades 9-12. Strong skills in instruction and communication are essential, combined with the ability to reach a diverse range of learning styles, often in the same class. Candidates should believe in inclusive learning environments and have experience working with diverse learners. For a complete position description and to apply, go here:

Welcome to Washington Northeast Supervisory Union

Washington Northeast Supervisory Union oversees and supports the operations of Cabot School, in Cabot, Vermont, and Twinfield Union School, which serves the communities of Plainfield and Marshfield Vermont.  Cabot and Twinfield Union are Pre-K to 12 schools, both known across Vermont for their forward-thinking approaches to meeting the education needs of students in our rural communities.  Our schools are leaders in the implementation of proficiency-based grading and project-based learning, two major initiatives established by the State of Vermont to achieve 21st century results.


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