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Art Teacher -- Hiawatha College Prep Middle School, Minneapolis

Posted on 8/11/2017 12:10:27 PM

Listing expires 9/8/2017

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5-8 Middle School Art Teacher

(17-18 school year)


Hiawatha Academies is a growing network of high-performing, K-12 open enrollment public charter schools. We are driven by our mission that, “All Hiawatha Academies scholars will be empowered with the knowledge, character, and leadership skills to graduate from college and serve the common good.”  We have demonstrated success in student achievement, consistently recognized by the Star Tribune as Beating the Odds Schools.  


Hiawatha Academies is proof of what happens when we give every child the opportunities they deserve.  Our vision is to expand our impact by growing to 5 schools by 2020. At scale, we will be putting 5% of all school-age scholars in Minneapolis on the path to and through college.  Hiawatha College Prep (HCP) is a results-driven middle school that is part of the growing Hiawatha Academies charter school network. HCP serves 5th through 8th grade scholars.  


HCP is currently seeking a hard-working, passionate, social- justice-oriented educator to join our team as our Art Teacher for the 2017-2018 school year.


Job Description


Every HCP teacher has the opportunity to join a team of motivated, mission-driven teammates who are committed to taking responsibility for their students’ learning. HCP teachers are charged with providing a rigorous, fast-paced, and highly structured learning environment for their scholars.  Our core subjects include literature, writing, math, science, and humanities.

At Hiawatha Academies, we firmly believe that rigorous, high-quality arts programming is an integral part of a college-preparatory education.  The art teacher will collaborate with a team of content teachers from that grade level to help support all scholars toward reaching grade-level mastery.


TO APPLY: Qualified, passionate, and equity driven individuals should apply here.



Prove the Possible

Student achievement is our number one job

Drive Results

Ensure high standards for student behavior, performance, and attendance

Instructional Leadership

Deliver well-planned, rigorous, and meaningful lessons

Use data to inform instruction

Build Relationships

Exhibit a high degree of professionalism in all elements of this position

Serve as a positive force committed to our mission

Perform other duties as required and assigned

Teachers must demonstrate knowledge and support of Hiawatha Academies’ mission, vision, value statements, standards, policies and procedures, operating instructions, confidentiality standards, and the code of ethical behavior


Core Value and Beliefs

All Hiawatha Staff must demonstrate a passionate belief in and commitment to the following core value and equity vision:


1) Children are at the center of everything we do.

2) Our mission requires bold thought and action.

3) We choose optimism.

4) We push ourselves to improve.

5) We are stronger together.

6) We create fun and a little weirdness.


Equity Vision

To honor the humanity of all people, we actively disrupt systemic inequity in pursuit of an equitable world. To learn more about our equity vision, click here.


Hiawatha Employment Logistics

Hiawatha College Prep students’ school day is from 8:40am-4:15pm, Monday-Thursday and 8:40am-2:30pm on Friday.

Teachers must be present from 8:15am-4:30pm, Monday-Friday.

Professional development sessions are held each Friday from 2:55pm-4:30pm.

All Hiawatha Staff are expected to attend and participate in all Family Events (conferences, academic fairs, beginning of year overnight trip, etc.) at the school.


Skills & Qualifications



Bachelor’s Degree

A track record of measurable success with students

Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and ability to build trust with colleagues, students, and families

Growth mindset

Ability to teach through an equity lens

High level of cultural competency

Prospective applicants must demonstrate a clear record of achieving significant gains with their students and have a strong belief that they can help close the opportunity gap for all



Bilingual or multilingual (Oromo, Amharic, Spanish, Somali, and / or Hmong)

A minimum of 2 years teaching in a high-need school with demonstrated student results

Experience working with students of color or students growing up in low-income households

Minnesota teacher certification


Irma Márquez Trapero (personal gender pronouns: she, her, hers) 

Director of Talent Recruitment
Hiawatha Academies

Growing Learners. Growing Leaders.



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Hiawatha's Mission: all Hiawatha scholars will be empowered with the knowledge, character, and leadership skills to graduate from college and serve the common good.

Hiawatha's Equity Vision: to honor the humanity of all people, we actively disrupt systemic inequity, in pursuit of an equitable world.