Madison County Public Schools

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30+ days ago

Substitute Teacher / Paraprofessional

Madison County Public Schools Madison, VA

Required pre-employment application documents can be downloaded directly from the substitute application on Appli-Track… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

6 Hour Paraprofessional III - Technology

Madison County Public Schools Madison, VA

6 Hour/186 day Paraprofessional III - Technology responsible for the maintenance and support of all district computer hardware, peripheral equipment… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Girls' JV Volleyball Coach

Madison County Public Schools Madison, VA

.doc JV Girls' Volleyball Coach needed to provide instruction that will lead to the formulation of character including moral values, pride of… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Freshman Girls' Lacrosse Coach

Madison County Public Schools Madison, VA

.doc Freshman Girls' Lacrosse Coach needed to provide instruction that will lead to the formulation of character including moral values, pride of… Glassdoor


15 days ago

0.6 Mathematics Teacher

Madison County Public Schools Madison, VA

Openings as of 9/17/2014 Openings as of 9/17/2014 0.6 Mathematics Teacher JobID: 834 Position Type: More Sharing Services0 Email To A Friend Print… Glassdoor


26 days ago

Anticipated 1 Year Only World Language Teacher (Spanish)

Madison County Public Schools Madison, VA

Anticipated One Year Only 1.0 World Language Teacher (Spanish) needed for Walter C. Polson Middle School (grades 7,8). Applicants must hold current… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Middle School Boys' Basketball Coach (Interscholastic)

Madison County Public Schools Madison, VA

Middle School Interscholastic Boys' Basketball Coach needed to provide instruction that will lead to the formulation of character including moral… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Freshman Girls' Basketball Coach

Madison County Public Schools Madison, VA

Freshman Girls' Basketball Coach needed to provide instruction that will lead to the formulation of character including moral values, pride of… Glassdoor


5 hrs ago

Middle School Assistant Cross Country Coach (Interscholastic) – new

Madison County Public Schools Madison, VA

Middle School Interscholastic Assistant Cross Country Coach needed to provide instruction that will lead to the formulation of character including… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

1.0 English Teacher (One Year Only)

Madison County Public Schools Madison, VA

Applicant must hold current Connecticut certification endorsed for English and must prove to be highly qualified by holding a major or master's in… Glassdoor


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    Madison County Schools - A perfectly average place to work

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    Former Employee - High School Teacher  in  Madison, VA
    Former Employee - High School Teacher in Madison, VA

    I worked at Madison County Public Schools

    Pros

    Being a teacher meant an awful lot of independence from oversight which was nice. The benefits were very good, the salary was fairly good as well considering it was right out of college. The area was fairly cheap to live in. The superintendent was very hands on, and got to know all of the teachers, but this is a very small school district.

    Cons

    When the principal got involved things went downhill fast. In addition, like many (all?) teaching jobs, the students can be apathetic at best, destructive at worst. There were good students to balance it out, but this was a rural area. Many students were convinced that they were going to continue doing what "pappy" did, and farm or log trees (and I am not making a value judgment on the chosen vocation, simply describing a con to a teacher).

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    The school board office management seems to be doing fine. They are involved in the schools on a daily basis and suitably hands on or off as needed. The line management in the schools needs to pay more attention to what their teachers are doing. There are teachers who are turning kids loose for all three lunchs, letting kids roam the halls, and not actually doing any teaching during class time and they are either unaware or ignoring it.