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Donna Klein Jewish Academy, an independent non-profit school for children grades K through grade 12, is a Jewish community day school serving families from a broad spectrum of Jewish backgrounds and religious practices. The school was founded in 1979 and lives its mission: To educate our children and the DKJA community to be knowledgeable and responsible citizens of the world, committed to Jewish values and lifelong learning.
Middle/High School Technology/Computer Science, Engineering and Robotics 2017-2018    

Donna Klein Jewish Academy seeks an energetic and engaging instructor for the 2017-2018 school year with experience in teaching in one or more of the following areas: Computer Science, Technology, Engineering and/or Robotics. Dependent on a candidate’s ability and areas of expertise, courses may include Coding, Computer Science, AP Computer Science, Engineering, Bio-Medical Engineering and Robotics. The ideal candidate must be comfortable teaching on both the Middle School (MS) and the High School (HS) level. This position includes both formal classroom instruction as well as working with students in clubs and/or extracurricular programs within the above mentioned areas.

Specific responsibilities include:

  • Teaching 2 courses on the MS level

  • Teaching 2 courses on the HS level

  • Leading an MS Robotics team and an HS Robotics team

  • Serve as a resource to faculty members in areas that increase the use of technology into the classroom and deepen the skillsets of teachers and students in this space

Candidates must hold an undergraduate degree in the primary content areas of instruction. Qualified candidates should send a resume and cover letter to

Learning Center Primary Teacher for 2017-2018    

The Learning Center at Donna Klein Jewish Academy is currently seeking a qualified candidate for a full-time classroom teacher position in our Primary Classroom for the 2017-2018 school year. Candidates should have training and experience in directed, systematic, multi-sensory language instruction and remediation. Training in Orton-Gillingham or related reading programs ideal. Applicants must have a strong knowledge base in the area of learning differences, especially dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia, as well as a deep knowledge base regarding ADHD.   Strong written and oral communication skills, positive interpersonal skills, and the ability to work well with a multidisciplinary team essential. Desirable candidates must display an exceptional ability to collaboratively plan and implement lessons.  In addition, applicants should demonstrate effective and engaging instructional strategies that meet the needs of all students.

Master's degree preferred in the areas of reading, speech and language, and/or special education.

Please e-mail cover letter and resume to Andrea Farrar at
Substitute Teachers    
Grades K-12
All subject areas.
Contact Information    
E-mail resume to:    Andrea Farrar at

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