Most Precious Blood school is seeking a full-time science teacher for the 2019-2020 school year. This position is for grades Kindergarten through Eighth Grade. A hands-on science curriculum is used to allow the children to get involved in science. Qualified candidates must licensure that covers K-8, and a willingness to support the vision and mission of Most Precious Blood.
Vision: With Christ as our center, Most Precious Blood Catholic School and Church work together to empower the mind and enrich the spirit.
We, the academic community of Most Precious Blood, empower the mind as we: -Seek knowledge -Embrace new learning experiences -Commit to high academic standards -Diversify learning approaches -Create opportunities for self expression in fine arts, writing, class discussion -Expect success and celebrate achievement
We, the faith community of Most Precious Blood, enrich the spirit as we: -Live the Gospel -Walk with Christ -Embrace the Sacraments -Share the Eucharist -Internalize self-discipline -Love one another
Mission: Most Precious Blood School is a Catholic community dedicated to promoting education in Christian values, academic standards, and character development.
Must hold an elementary education license with the willingness to obtain a middle school science endorsement.
About Diocese of Fort Wayne - South Bend
History records that in August of 1846, our diocesan schools were opened with an endowment of $4600. Saint Mother Theodore Guerin and Sisters Mary Magdalen, Catherine, and Caroline of the Sisters of Providence enrolled sixty girls in the new St. Augustine Academy. After a request by Mother Guerin, the bishop acquired the assistance of the Brothers of the Holy Cross to instruct the boys. With a “cow and a calf grazing “on the school property, the new St. Augustine Academy enrolled South German Catholics, American Protestants, Canadian French children, and Miami Native American girls.
Over one hundred sixty-five years have passed since Mother Guerin, one of eight American saints, labored, taught, and prayed for children, families and Catholics residing within our diocesan boundaries. Our principals, teachers, and staff are just as committed to teaching the truth and beauty of our Catholic faith as the founding Sisters of Providence; our schools remain strong, and student populations are no less diverse over a century and a half later.
With 43 schools in 14 counties, the Catholic Schools of the Diocese of Fort Wayne - South Bend are communities of faith, knowledge, and servi...ce that have been educating the children of our Diocese for over 165 years and a commitment to academic excellence, a strong Catholic faith foundation, and a moral compass for life.