Guilford County Schools are looking for a few good teachers, particularly in math, science and special education.
Dozens of candidates met with principals from 18 different schools during the district’s mini-job fair Tuesday afternoon for elementary and special education teachers. They’re looking to fill vacancies in traditionally hard-to-fill positions.
“We are impacting the lives of children. It is incumbent upon us all to make sure we identify the right talent for each school,” says Alison Coker, executive director of Human Resources. “When principals and human resources work together to recruit and retain quality teachers, students win. We’re fortunate in GCS. We are a district that cares and that is always striving to improve what we do for the sake of children. This event is another opportunity for us to make a difference.”