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Diversity within our community is an asset. For this reason, we actively cultivate this diversity in all aspects of school life including the composition of our student body, employees, Governing Council, and other parent/caregiver volunteer groups. We commit to work through the tensions that arise in the midst of genuine community and to use those tensions as a vehicle to critically and fearlessly self-reflect.
We believe this commitment to equity, accessibility, diversity and inclusivity will help prepare today’s children for tomorrow’s world. Our commitment to diversity and inclusiveness is integrated into our community’s values as we hold ourselves accountable to operating in alignment with the Core Principles of Public Waldorf Education.
We support and embrace diversity in all its forms, including differences in ethnicity, cultural and religious heritage, sexual orientation, socioeconomic background, geographic origin, and family structure.
We provide our students with a rich, inclusive curriculum that reflects the world in which we live and fosters a safe atmosphere where every member of the community is respected and multiple viewpoints can be peacefully expressed.
Administration & Operation Positions
- No Operations Positions at this Time
- Early Childhood Substitute Teachers
- For Grades & Upper School Class Substitute Position inquiries: reach out Suzy Ross-Kumley at email@example.com
Salary Scales and Job Application
Equal Opportunity and Non-Discrimination
As a public entity and an employer, Mountain Phoenix Community School is bound by a set of state and Federal laws regarding equal opportunity and non-discrimination. The school is dedicated to the principles of equal opportunity and prevention of harassment in all of its practices. We prohibit unlawful discrimination or harassment against individuals on the basis of age 40 and over, race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, color, religion, national origin, disability, military status, genetic information, or any other status protected by applicable state or local law. Any employee who has been the subject of discrimination or harassment may bring questions, concerns, and/or complaints to either the School Director or the Mountain Phoenix Governing Council.