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Saturday

April 14th, 2012

posted by Lori Sperry

@ 12:55 pm

We are in need of another staff member as our infant room is growing. This person will work along side of our other wonderful infant room staff and help care for the older infants. We have tried other avenues but we have not found the perfect fit. Perhaps you know of the perfect person…please send them my way!

I appreciate all your help!

Lori

Below is the ad that we have posted in other places…

Fairview Child Center’s professional and nurturing teachers are eager to welcome a new team member! Express your creativity within our state of the art curriculum and collaborate with co-workers and administrators!

Position available: Infant teacher (Monday-Friday; up to 39.5 hours)

Minimum requirements:

TO START:

  • Certified in CPR, First Aid, Blood Borne Pathogens and having an up to date negative TB test to start employment at Fairview.
  • 20 hours STARS training completed and proof of ongoing STARS training (6 months upon hire).
  • Experience in developmentally appropriate curriculum for infants ages six weeks to over one year of age
  • The ability to collaborate with the infant team and keep an ongoing friendly communication system with both staff and families we serve
  • A compassionate and caring individual who is eager to bring a wealth of knowledge to our infant team!
  • Someone excited about teaching the infants all about Jesus!

Please send your resume and cover letter to info@fcsseattle.org.

 

Saturday

September 3rd, 2011

posted by Kevin

@ 8:59 pm

Fairview Students Spruce Up

A small volunteer group, consisting of all Fairview students and alum, came to Fairview School on Wednesday August 17th to spruce up the entry ways of the school in preparation of the new school year. While not experts in the art of landscaping, these willing volunteers, clipped, raked and composted until completion. A quick break to visit with mascot Gibbs and with former teacher Mrs T were the only distractions to this otherwise productive team.

Following the mornings work, a trip to Maple Leaf Park to play in the GIANT sprinkler (to cool off, of course), a little soccer, and refuel on hot dogs, chips, and similar snacks. All participants had a blast and intend to participate in other outreach efforts in our community.