Information for Job: PE Teacher

Job Title: PE Teacher
Job Description: Southwestern Heights is offering a physical education teaching position for the 2013-2014 school year. The position also offers assistant coaching in HS football and JH track. To apply, Please send a letter of application, current resume and a copy of a current Kansas teaching license to: Dan Frisby, Principal Southwestern Heights High School 17222 Mustang Road Kismet, KS 67859 Mr. Frisby can be reached at 620-417-3125. Or send all the above information to dfrisby@usd483.net to apply electronically. Applicants can also send info to or contact Elton Argo, Superintendent, at eargo@usd483.net or call the central office at 620-563-7102.


Kismet-Plains USD 483

Job Salary (if available): Base salary + fringe is $43,500. The fringe benefit is contingent upon enrollment in the district insurance program.

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Job Bonus (if available):

Job Start Date: August-13-2013
Applications Due By: August-10-2013
Job Categories:
  • Coaching
  • Physical Education
Job Regions:
  • Southwest

Job Contact Information

Contact First Name: Dan
Contact Last Name: Frisby
Contact Email: dfrisby@usd483.net
Contact Phone: 620-563-7292


Employer Information

Employer Name & Website: Kismet-Plains USD 483 - www.usd483.net
Employer Description:

 

USD 483, Southwestern Heights, is a consolidated Jr/Sr High School comprised of students from the communities of Kismet, Plains and the Hayne area. Two elementary schools are also located in the district. One in Kismet; K-2nd grades, the other in Plains; 3-5th grades. The school district encompasses 541 square miles.

Southwestern Heights Jr/Sr High services approximately 350 students grades 6-12. The Jr/Sr High School is located on Highway 54 between Kismet and Plains, 17 miles east of Liberal.

Southwestern Heights High School is a 3A KSHSAA school, which serves 194 students in grades 9-12.

Southwestern Heights is a member of the Hi-Plains League.



Employer Address: 17222 Mustang Road

Kismet-Plains, Kansas



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