are accepting applications for a Teacher Assistant for our Threes
Program in the Fall of 2017.
We are accepting applications for a Teacher Assistant for our Threes Program in the Fall of 2017.Individual must:
have or be working on an Associates degree or higher in ECE, Child Dev.-Family Studies, ECE in Spec. Ed., or Elem. Ed. w/ concentration in ECE, OR
have an Associates degree or higher outside of ECE & 3+ yrs. of work exp. in an NAEYC-accredited program, OR
have an Associates degree or higher outside of ECE w/ 3+ yrs. of exp. in non-accredited prog. & @ least 30 contact hrs. of relevant training during the past three years, OR
possess or be working on a CDA credential by the "Council for Professional Recognition" OR
have obtained a minimum of 12 college credits (semester hours) in ECE, child development, elem. ed., or early childhood special ed. These classes must encompass the following: child development & learning of children birth through kindergarten; family & community relationships; observing, documenting, and assessing young children; teaching and learning; and professional practices & development
Position will be Mon.-Fri. from
8:45 a.m.-11:45 a.m. and/or Mon., Wed., Fri. from 12:15 p.m.
- 3:15 p.m. Credential-based salary.
Please download application off our
website and submit with resume to address below or you may
your materials to NurserySchool@FirstPresEndicott.org.
Position will be Mon.-Fri. from 8:45 a.m.-11:45 a.m. and/or Mon., Wed., Fri. from 12:15 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. Credential-based salary. Please download application off our website and submit with resume to address below or you may also e-mail your materials to NurserySchool@FirstPresEndicott.org.
Recent Testimonial Received about the Nursery School:
As a School Psychologist in the area, I have screened children entering kindergarten from a variety of early education programs. Year after year, students entering school from Endicott First Presbyterian are better prepared academically and socially. They repeatedly score in the upper limits on measures of cognitive, language and academic readiness skills. They are also better prepared for the structure of kindergarten. In comparison to other students, they enter kindergarten with better social and play skills. I believe Endicott First Presbyterian achieves these remarkable outcomes by teaching to the whole child, adhering to high standards, and adapting their teaching to meet the needs of diverse learners.
James Lucenti, MA., CAS
Our Mission: The mission of Endicott First Presbyterian Nursery School is to provide a developmentally appropriate pre-school program for three, four and five year olds where they can, develop a positive self-image and discover the joy of learning through play.
Philosophy: The philosophy of the Endicott First Presbyterian Nursery School program is that each child learns through guided exploration of their world with support of the teacher and family. Pre-school children learn through active and purposeful play. Through this guided play, the child develops creativity, language skills, social skills, motor skills and self confidence.
Phone: 607-748-1744, Fax: