Saint Joseph Catholic School, a kindergarten through 8th-grade Catholic School, seeks an energetic, enthusiastic and nurturing Religion, Language Arts and History Teacher in the Middle School. The ideal candidate will be a pleasant communicator and team player who enjoys interacting with people of all ages especially Catholic school youth, coworkers and parents. All Middle School faculty members will be expected to participate in school life, including attendance at faculty meetings, overnight retreats, Masses and prayer services, as well as school celebrations. As the Middle School grows, these duties will shift to reflect the changing dynamic of the Middle School. More information: Dr. Chuck Hubbeling, chubbeling@stjosephchurchfc.org.

Teacher wanted: Middle school, full-time, Religion, Language Arts, History

Knowledge, skills and abilities required:

  • Must demonstrate personal self-discipline, be adaptable and flexible in routine and unexpected situations.
  • Must use good judgment in daily encounters.
  • Must use verbal and written language correctly.
  • Must demonstrate an appropriate sense of humor.
  • Must demonstrate knowledge and understanding of good teaching techniques.
  • Must maintain appropriate grooming and dress at all times as stated in the faculty handbook.
  • Minimum qualifications:
    Preference given to Catholic teacher.
    Must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.
    Must be certified by the Colorado State Department of Education as a teacher.
    Received Safe Environment Training and signed the Code of Conduct.
  • Job type: Full-time
Catholic Schools Week 2017 - Dr. Chuck Hubbeling - principal - St. Joseph Catholic School - Fort Collins - Colorado - 80521
Dr. Charles Hubbeling

Ever wonder what sets Catholic schools apart from the rest of the pack? On Saturday, The Coloradoan newspaper featured the perspectives of our own St. Joseph Catholic School Principal, Dr. Charles Hubbeling, and school parent Ellie Murphy on Catholic Education.

Catholic schools: Communities of Christ, knowledge, service

… First, Catholic schools are communities of faith. All schools seek to develop character and a moral compass in their students. What makes Catholic schools unique is that we accomplish this work through the teachings of Jesus Christ. At our Catholic schools, we deepen the understanding of the traditions of the church in our students. We provide them countless opportunities throughout each day and week to encounter Christ. It is through those encounters that they develop a relationship with him and become disciples. This is the most important work we do.

Second, Catholic Schools are communities of knowledge. Our schools offer an excellent education with rigorous academics, music, art, PE, technology and Spanish education in a Christian environment. Our students are well prepared for the challenges of high school.

Finally, Catholic schools are communities of service. While our students lead and participate in numerous service projects throughout the year, developing a culture of service is more than that. At the deepest level, we learn to love one another by seeking the good of other above self — at school, at home and in our community. This important work is accomplished through the realization that our accomplishments and successes are not only for ourselves, but to be shared with others. This is the stewardship that we teach…
– Dr. Charles Hubbeling, PhD, Principal, St. Joseph Catholic School

Read Dr. Hubbeling’s complete article in The Coloradoan.

‘Amazed that students, past and present, display such strong leadership qualities’

… This school is diverse, dynamic, and is truly committed to ensuring that each individual is given every opportunity to success in this world!! I am always amazed that students, past and present, display such strong leadership qualities in nearly every school and public encounter I have with them.
– Ellie Murphy, St. Joseph Catholic School parent

Read Ellie’s complete “Thumbs Up” in The Coloradoan.

Join us in celebrating Catholic Education during Catholic Schools Week, Jan. 29 – Feb. 4., 2017. Call now for a tour of our school, (970) 484-1171.

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A central aspect of Catholic education is learning the importance of service to others. Today, students in grades pre-kindergarten-8th participated in Advent Service Day.

Students collect food, blankets, toys for needy at Advent Service Day

Our school community collected more than 600 pounds of food for the Larimer County Food Bank, donated more than 75 blankets to Catholic Charities, loaded up a car full of toys and gift cards to give to Realities for Children, sent backpacks to students in Kenya, gifted clothing to Homeless Gear, and more! Our students are getting an excellent education and they are learning how they can serve others their entire lives. Saint Joseph Catholic School: Education, Faith & Community for Life. Come visit us at our open house!

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