Any persons interested in applying for a position with Early Light Academy may apply online via www.k12jobspot.com. Preference will be given to applicants who are highly qualified by NCLB standards in addition to being qualified by the Utah State Office of Education. Information on teacher credentialing and licensing is available on the USBE website.
If you have further questions regarding available positions or the recruiting process, please contact the human resources department at Academica West:
Consistent with all public schools in Utah, all of ELA’s teachers will be licensed, certified teachers. They may alternatively be qualified to teach under the Utah State Office of Education’s Alternative Route to Licensure Program, or otherwise authorized through the Utah State Office of Education.
Teachers and paraprofessionals meet USBE Highly Qualified Teacher requirements or are on an approved path for becoming highly qualified.
Services provided by paraprofessionals are under the direct supervision of and in close proximity to a highly qualified teacher.
Parents have the right to request and receive information on the qualifications of their children’s teacher(s). Parents can read teacher bios on the school website and contact the Director, Mrs. Young, in the main office for more information regarding teacher licensing and paraprofessional highly qualified status.
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This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.