ISD #2687 (Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted) Schools has the following vacancy:
HLWW Schools is currently seeking a Community Education Director 1.0 (FTE) beginning July 1, 2021. Salary is negotiable with benefits.
The Community Education Director will manage and coordinate school district Community Education programs including school-aged childcare, youth enrichment, preschool, and district facility use by community groups and youth activities. The Community Education Director will manage the Community Education budget and resources to best meet the needs of the HLWW School District and community.
The Community Education Director position is a 260-day, year-round, full-time contract.
QUALIFICATIONS: Community Education Director licensure is required. Those in the process of earning their Director’s License are encouraged to apply.
Application deadline: April 23, 2021
Applicants should submit a letter of application (applicants may direct their letter of application to Superintendent Brad Sellner), resume, three letters of recommendation, a copy of your MN license (and admin license if applicable), and a copy of your transcript, as part of the district application process.
Apply via AppliTrack at: https://www.applitrack.com/hlww/onlineapp/
Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted Public Schools, Independent School District 2687, serves the communities of Winsted, Waverly, and Howard Lake. We are dedicated to providing a high quality education for our youth. With that commitment, we strive for excellence and opportunity for each student in every offering and activity of the school district.
Serving nearly 1200 students, K-12, in two elementary schools (K-4), a middle school (5-8), and a high school (9-12), we strive to offer educational opportunities using a healthy balance between one-to-one technology, hands-on skills, enrichment, and remediation.
We pride ourselves on valuing strong academic achievement, small class sizes, a wide-variety of programs and activities, new and updated facilities, and supportive communities. Our staff, all the way from the principals, teachers, and paraprofessionals, to our custodians, secretaries, and bus drivers, make teaching and caring for children, our number one priority.
Our mission is to
Ensure a safe and respectful learning environment
Empower all members of our school community
Demand high quality instruction in every classroom
Provide high quality programs at all levels
Hold high expectations for all stakeholders
Build positive relationships
Promote critical thinking and problem solving skills
Respect all individuals
Utilize resources efficiently and effectively
We are proud to be the Lakers! We hope you consider applying to be part of our team!
HLWW High School opened its new facility in 2008. With a wide-variety of core and elective offerings, our faculty and students create a well-rounded, high achieving, educational program. With a nationally recognized FFA program, advanced placement courses, college in the schools opportunities and a wide variety of clubs, activities, and student organizations, HLWW High School sets itself apart from the rest of Minnesota high schools.
A 2016 US News and World Report Silver Award Recipient, HLWW High School sets a standard for academic achievement and student excellence. Through advisory programs, support services, and low staff-to-student ratios, we strive to meet all our students’ needs.
HLWW Middle School opened its new facility in 2015. Serving grades five through eight, our Middle School staff establishes a sound foundation of core subjects, with an emphasis on incorporating a well-balanced approach to literacy. Students have the opportunity to explore many other subject areas including technology, music (band and choir for all grades), industrial tech, physical education/health, and art.
We offer many different activities and sports for students to participate in and supplement all those experiences with the support of a quality advisory program and support services for all our students’ needs.
Our Middle School facility is second to none, with many state-of-the-art technologies and furnishings. Our staff is high energy and values the importance of connecting with children so that they feel important, can achieve all they dream, and know that we care about them.
Humphrey & Winsted Elementary
With two elementary schools to serve our three communities, we set out to establish a solid foundation of core academic instruction. Keeping class sizes low and supplementing with support staff including paraprofessionals, a social worker and a counselor, both Humphrey and Winsted Elementary have created a positive, enriching experience for all our students and families.
Much of what we do as elementary schools is established through strong connections made between staff and students. Our staff members really get to know each and every child, and through the use of the Nurtured Heart Approach, we make sure that there are adults who look out for the needs of everyone.
Our schools were remodeled and additions were made to both facilities in 2007. Our student population at both schools continues to grow not only in numbers, but in excitement about all the possibilities our schools make into a reality.
Winners of the United States Department of Education’s National Blue Ribbon (Humphrey 2012 & Winsted 2013), our elementary schools are top notch!
Please check out our employment opportunities and consider contacting us to see what it takes to be a part of our great school!