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3 days ago

Are you interested in becoming an educator or becoming an employee of Terra Academy?

Open Applications:  We accept applications at any time for any position here at Terra (even if the position is not currently open).  We are continually looking for people who fit the mission and vision of Terra Academy.  Feel free to submit your resume at any time to:

We are looking for the following positions: 

Substitute Positions - please click here to apply

Substitute Teachers - $90 full day/$45 half day

Maintenance - $9.50 hour

Permanent Positions - Send resume to

Part time Elementary/Secondary Mentor/Aide  - opening date 5/16/2019 


Under the direct supervision of a certificated teacher, aide/para-educator assists with student instruction in regular education curriculum, assists with preparation and presentation of teaching materials, monitors students while at lunch or on the playground, assists with the loading and unloading of students.


-High School diploma or equivalent.

-Must demonstrate basic competence in reading, writing, math and interpersonal relations.

-Some previous general experience in working with children is preferred but not required.

-Must be able to maintain student and school confidentiality.

-Ability to work well with parents, with respect and dignity, and encourage them to be partners in the educational and social success of their students.

-Be willing to adjust and ask for support as needed for each student based on their unique needs.

-Possess a positive, supportive and kind attitude toward all we work with and for.

-Be open to trying new things that will improve the school, its staff and its students.


The purpose of this position is to provide a well-rounded, kind, respectful, innovative aide to assist students in mastering concepts and standards for the purpose of deepening their knowledge as well as gaining and sharpening skills to become successful citizens in life.  In addition, we hope to create a staff  who is willing to work together for the ultimate goal of what is best for students as unique individuals.