Career Academy Coordinator, District Behavior Specialist, School Psychologist
Norfolk Public Schools
2023 - 2024 School Year Openings:
•Early Childhood Special Education Teacher (Anticipated)
•Kindergarten Teacher (Anticipated)
•1st Grade Teacher (Anticipated)
•2nd Grade Teacher
•3rd/4th Grade Teachers (2)
•ELL Teacher, K-4
•6th Grade Teacher
•7th Grade English (Anticipated)
•Science 7-8 (2)
•Industrial Technology Teacher 7-8
•Business/Computer Science Teacher
•English Teacher 9-12
•Career Academy Coordinator
•District Behavior Specialist
•Special Education Teachers (several positions available)
Positions open till filled.
Norfolk Public Schools is a Class A school that serves 4300+ students, ranging in ages birth to 21 years old, in a district covering 68.8 miles (including Madison, Pierce, Stanton and Wayne counties). The school includes Little Panther Preschool, 7 Elementary School buildings, a Middle School (grades 5-6), a Junior High School (grades 7-8), and a High School (grades 9-12). Norfolk Public Schools exceeds all accreditation requirements of the Nebraska Department of Education and our Senior High has been accredited through AdvancED for over 100 years. Student test scores continue to climb and outperform state averages in many assessments given throughout the district. The graduation rate has improved dramatically in the past five years and several of our schools have received state and national awards for outstanding achievement.
Norfolk Public Schools has many great long-term strategies in place including a strong mission and vision, a comprehensive strategic plan and a highly effective instructional model.
Mission Statement: The mission of Norfolk Public Schools is to prepare all students to pursue their goals for the future.
Vision Statement: The vision of Norfolk Public Schools is to be a top-performing school that provides outstanding educational opportunities for every student and is a source of pride and an asset to our community.