Debbie Sawicki, Secretary
5740 Lawn Avenue
Maple Heights, Ohio 44137
(216) 587-6100 ext. 3500 / 3501
Fax: (216) 518-2674
WELCOMe to the PersoNNEL DEPARTMENT
The staff of the Maple Heights City Schools works together to operate in a dynamic, positive environment. The District is characterized by shared knowledge and common values, pursuit of new skills and capabilities, collaborative team learning, and a willingness to take action, commitment to continuous improvement, and tangible results.
•The Maple Heights City School district consists of three elementary grade-level buildings as follows: Pre-K through grade 1 (Abraham Lincoln Elementary), grades 2-3 (John F. Kennedy Elementary) and, grades 4-5 (Barack Obama Elementary); one middle school (grades 6-8); and a high school (grades 9-12).
•The District employs 252 teachers to teach approximately 3,800 students
•The average class size for the elementary level is 22.05 students
•Online Employment Application
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org; or call 216-587-6100, ext. 3501 for more information.
SUBSTITUTE TEACHER INFORMATION
Maple Heights City Schools participates in substitute services provided through the North Coast Shared Services Alliance. The NCSSA serves as our substitute teacher management provider, responsible for recruitment and employment of certified substitutes for our district. If you are interested in becoming a substitute teacher for Maple Heights City Schools, please submit an application with the NCSSA.
Why should you consider becoming a Substitute?
· Substituting allows you to gain valuable classroom experience
· Flexible scheduling
· Opportunity to learn about the district, and for them to learn about you
· As a substitute you gain hours toward contribution of STRS (State Teacher Retirement System)
If you are interested in becoming a Maple Heights City Schools substitute, please visit our website to submit an application or for more details. www.northcoastssa.org
The Maple Heights City School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, age, gender, economic status, disability, or military status in its dealings with employees, students, the general public, individuals with whom it does business, application for employment, or educational programs and activities.