In preparation for the 2020-2021 school year, Coffee County Schools will be hosting a Teacher Job Fair on Saturday, March 14th, from 9:00AM – noon in the main concourse of Coffee High School, 159 Trojan Way.
All of the elementary, middle and high school system administrators will be present to conduct informal interviews. The school system is interested in interviewing applicants from all teaching fields, with special emphasis in the area of General Curriculum and Adaptive Special Education, Early Childhood, Middle Grades and Secondary Math, Science, Social Studies, Language Arts and School Psychology.
All interested applicants, who are certified in the state of Georgia or out of state; those eligible for certification through alternative certification or those who will graduate in the spring and are eligible for certification are cordially invited to attend.
In preparation for the job fair, applicants are asked to bring several copies of their resume to share with the administrators. It is also highly recommended that applicants complete in advance an on-line application with the district by going to their website, coffee.k12.ga.us and select Employment.
If you have any questions concerning the job fair or teacher certification in Georgia, you may call the Coffee County Board of Education, 384-2086 and speak with Kim Clayton, Director of Personnel. Information concerning Steps to Becoming a Teacher will also be available during the job fair.
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