Interim Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources:
Harry LeFevre – firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (845) 357-7783
The Suffern Central School District is committed to recruiting, hiring and retaining the most highly qualified faculty and staff in support of its mission to educate for personal excellence. The District promotes a culture of lifelong learning and supports professional development that maximizes employee effectiveness. Certified vacancies: Click for OLAS
Non-certified vacancies: Civil Service
For information on non-certified vacancies posted above, contact Human Resources at (845) 357-7783.
We are currently looking for talented professionals interested in substitute teacher, aide, clerical and nurse positions. Substitute teaching candidates must have a NYS teaching certificate or be working toward teaching certification. Substitute nurse applicants must an RN certificate. For more information, contact Human Resources at (845) 357-7783 x11240.
Teachers as Learners
The District promotes a professional culture that emphasizes lifelong learning for teachers and school-based staff. Rigorous professional development provides teachers with valuable opportunities to expand their expertise with the ultimate goal of boosting student achievement.
The Suffern Central School District is committed to instructional excellence and supports employees in furthering their education through the pursuit of advanced studies and additional certifications.
Teachers and principals are evaluated each year as part of the comprehensive, state-wide Annual Professional Performance Review system. Evaluations are based on performance measures which include student achievement and evidence of professional practices that are aligned with New York State teaching standards.
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APPR Annual Professional Performance Review (PDF) Any existing and previously approved Annual Professional Performance Review (“APPR”) procedures pursuant to Section 100.2(o) of the Rules and Regulations of the Commissioner of Education remain in effect for principals and teachers who are not subject to Education Law Section 3012-c. The Suffern Central School District has entered into or will be entering into negotiations with its bargaining units, the Professional Supervisory Organization (PSO) and the Suffern Teachers Association (RTA), for the purpose of arriving at a mutually agreed plan for the purpose of conducting annual professional performance reviews (APPR) consistent with all applicable statutory and regulatory requirements.