Monteverde Friends Schools seeks a Head of School starting on the 2015-16 school year
We are bilingual Spanish‐English, with English predominant. Students from our school follow many life paths, and we seek to prepare each one as best we can for what follows, be that university‐level study in Costa Rica or abroad, or moving into internships and the work world. The school has approximately 112 students, mostly Costa Rican, in multi‐grade classrooms, and about 25 full‐ and part‐time staff.
We seek an educational administrator who can promote a supportive learning atmosphere; foster a sense of community; inspire and mentor teachers; and maintain good relationships among administration, staff, parents, and the community.
Job requirements include:
relevant school leadership experience
a minimum of five years professional teaching experience
budgetary management skills and experience
ability to communicate in Spanish and English
a willingness to make a 2-year commitment
We strongly prefer someone who is:
skillful at oral and written communication
familiar with Quaker values and processes
experienced in fund‐raising
Salary range $15,300 to $16,300 at current exchange rate in salary and standard bonuses.
Costa Rica has national healthcare. The school can facilitate housing and one
From the mountains of Costa Rica in the middle of the Cloud Forest, we want to celebrate and bring you our most sincere and joyful Season’s Greetings.
Desde las montañas de Costa Rica en medio del Bosque Nuboso, queremos celebrar y traer a usted nuestro más sinceros y alegres saludos.
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Thanks to all the people that made possible the installation of solar panels in our school. Now, we have an installed capacity of 3 Kilowatt with the potential of expanding it to 4 Kilowatt.
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On December 12th, 2014 our school and community got together to celebrate the end of the first semester. Each class did a short presentation (a song, drama or story) and we enjoyed having some of our Friends and community members joining us for such joyful celebration.
Thanks to all the families and community members that participated in our 2014 Christmas Fair.