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Licensed Teacher Vacancies 2019 - 2020

Date Available

Position Title


Licensure Area

December 2019 
Asheboro High School
Dr. Penny Crooks, principal 
Donnal Lee Loflin Elementary School
Lisa Hayes, principal 
025 or 014 
 January 2020
(part-time, up to 24 hours per week during school year)
District Office Position
Jordi Roman, Director of Support Services 
 February 12, 2020
 Social Studies (6th grade)
North Asheboro Middle School
Candace Call, principal
 78400 or 025
 January 21, 2020Spanish 
Asheboro High School
Dr. Penny Crooks, principal 
Licensed Teacher Vacancies 2020 - 2021
Date AvailablePosition Location Licensure
To apply, please email a resume/cover letter to Mr. Jonathan Jessup, assistant principal. Application deadline, January 10, 2020
Asheboro High School
Asheboro City Schools is committed to diversity and equity, and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will recieve consideration for employment and not experience discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, physical or other disability. We strive for a qualified workforce that represents the diversity of our community.  

Asheboro City Schools believes our staff are critical for helping the district reach our goals of increasing student achievement, equity and excellence, and overall district effectiveness. Therefore, each staff member is expected to foster a culture of respect, continuously self-reflect and engage in professional learning, promote equity and strive for excellence for all within their specific position or role. 

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