Why work in the Summersville School District?
Summersville is a small community nestled in the beautiful Ozarks region in southern Missouri. Surrounded by National Forest, conservation areas, and just a stones throw from the gorgeous Ozark National Scenic Riverways it is the outdoorsmans dream come true. Camping, floating, hiking, fishing, or just spending a leisurely day soaking in the sun at on the local river bank, you will never get bored or tired of the surprises you can find within just a couple hours of your door step.
The small town community makes everyone feel welcome and is alway eager to lend a helping hand when someone needs it. If you’re tired of the fast pace, don’t have time to catch your breath lifestyle, maybe it’s time to check out what the rural life is all about. We like to slow it down and take it easy and enjoy this life we have been given.
On top of all of that we have the greatest kids, they are so kind, caring, and smart. The hardest part will be letting them move on year after year.
With a wide range of extra-curricular activity always going on there will always be something to get involved with, there is always something to do that will touch your heart more than you could know.
With that being said, we know that our job is to prepare the kids in our schools to go out into the world and make their marks. Our policies and attitudes reflect how serious we are about the future that our children will have, and it is our jobs to get them ready for that future.
If you are the type of person who wants to make a difference in the world, and you want to do it while enjoying your life please consider putting in your application with us, we would be more than happy to meet you.
Sign Language Interpreter
Summersville R-2 School District is looking for a sign language interpreter for the 2023-2024 school year in the Special Services Department. The applicant would need to possess a current valid certification in the Missouri Interpreters Certification system under ASL or “Sign Language Interpreter” with Basic, Advanced, or Master Level or RCED and PCED (learners permit). All applicants please contact Amanda Newby, Special Services Director, at 417-932-4045 or submit an application to the Summersville R-2 School District.
Questions and application packets can also be sent to email@example.com.
Note: This is considered a part-time position unless other duties are agreed upon.
Summersville R-2 is an equal opportunity employer.
6th Grade Teacher
The Summersville R-II School District is seeking highly qualified applicants for a 6th Grade middle school teaching position for the 2023-2024 school year. Candidates must have a valid Missouri teaching certificate in Elementary Education (1-6) or an appropriate middle school certification. We want a team player who has a passion for helping kids succeed.
Interested applicants should send a resume, cover letter, transcripts, a list of references, and a completed application form to Amber Hunt, Secondary Principal, Summersville R-II School District, P.O. Box 198, Summersville, MO 65571. Dr. Hunt can also be reached at (417)932-4929. Application forms can be downloaded off the school website. Summersville R-II Schools is an equal opportunity employer.
JH Science Teacher
The Summersville R-2 School District is seeking applicants for a Grades 7-9 Science teaching position for the 2023-2024 school year. Interested individuals should send a resume, cover letter, transcripts, reference letters, a completed application form, and anything else that enhances the application file. An application can be downloaded off the school website.
Questions should be directed to Dr. Amber Hunt, High School Principal, at 417-932-4929. Application materials should be sent to her at Summersville R-2 School District, 525 Rogers Avenue, P.O. Box 198, Summersville, MO 65571. Summersville R-2 is an equal opportunity employer.