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4th Grade Math Teacher

Open Sky Education Milwaukee, WI
  • Expired: 3 days ago. Applications are no longer accepted.

Position: 4th Grade Math Teacher

Reports To: School Principal

Position Overview: HOPE Christian School - Fortis invites passionate educators to apply for the position of the 4th Grade Math Teacher. HOPE Fortis is seeking a 4th Grade Math Teacher who is committed to ensuring dramatic student achievement for all students in their classroom. Teaching at HOPE Christian School - Fortis is an ideal position for educators with a deep passion for instruction who are eager to gain rigorous development to help perfect their craft. In addition to participating in weekly professional development and team planning meetings, teachers receive consistent high-impact coaching and feedback from a school leader. Achieving HOPE’s mission of Christ. College. Character. ® as a 4th Grade Math Teacher requires incredibly high standards, a commitment to loving our students, an unyielding belief that all children can and must succeed, and a passion for developing the character of every child.

Student Achievement & Character Development

  • Take personal responsibility for the academic outcomes of every student delivering measurable academic growth and increasing every student’s achievement.
  • Set and hold students to extremely high academic and behavioral standards.
  • Embody and demonstrate a loving, Christ-like character and ensure that students exhibit the same values.

Teaching Excellence

  • Set measurable, ambitious, and attainable goals for the year and each interim assessment cycle.
  • Develop and implement daily lesson plans as part of a long-term scope and sequence aligned to the curricular goals of HOPE Christian School .
  • Conduct interim assessments, track student progress, and perform regular data analysis to determine student mastery and diagnose areas of conceptual misunderstanding.
  • Use a variety of rigorous formative and summative assessments to evaluate individual academic progress and adjust instructional plans to meet the needs of students.
  • Employ a variety of creative, differentiated, and research-based instructional strategies that ensure students are actively engaged in meaningful and rigorous learning experiences.

Classroom Culture

  • Develop a positive, achievement-oriented and structured learning environment so that all students are invested in their academic excellence and can fulfill their potential.
  • Ensure a setting that meets the needs of all students: a diverse student population including, but not limited to, students with special needs, students whose first language is not English, and students from economically and culturally diverse backgrounds.
  • Set and reinforce clear expectations and routines that align to school-wide values and policies.
  • Recognize, celebrate and reward student achievement and character development.

Student and Family Relationships

  • Build rapport with students, parents, and families so they understand unambiguously that teachers love them.
  • Establish and maintain open lines of communication, providing accessibility to students and families beyond the hours of the typical school day.
  • Invest parents and families in their children’s academic success through consistent communication of student progress and challenges.

Personal Effectiveness

  • Continually improve teaching skills by seeking out constructive feedback and professional development opportunities.
  • Use an effective system for tracking student mastery of curricular objectives for each unit and throughout the school year.
  • Maintain accurate and complete records, including but not limited to: attendance, behavior, student achievement data, grades, progress reports, parent communication, textbooks, etc.

Contribution to the HOPE Fortis Community

  • Collaborate with team members to ensure a loving, rigorous, safe environment across the entire school.
  • Assume responsibility for every single scholar’s success by holding all students accountable to school-wide behavioral expectations.
  • Actively and professionally participate in all faculty and staff meetings, professional development, and events.
  • Work with peers to enhance the school’s professional learning community.
  • Teach, lead, or assist other educational programs outside of regular school hours, including but not limited to: summer school, after school programs, and Saturday school as requested.
  • Perform other duties and responsibilities as requested by school leaders.

Skills & Characteristics:

  • A demonstrated passion for and commitment to the mission of HOPE Christian Schools to build a high-performing, growing network of schools that dramatically impact students’ academic and character development.
  • Strong instructional and classroom management skills.
  • Demonstrated mastery and enthusiasm for content knowledge.
  • Strong organization, planning, and time management skills.
  • A tireless work ethic, entrepreneurial spirit, and innovative solution finder.
  • Serving Leader able to continually confront the brutal facts, inspire, equip, and support the school to achieve its mission.
  • Open to feedback and committed to continuously improving.
  • Personal qualities: passionate, relentless work ethic, humility, positive in the face of incredible challenges, and loving.
  • Committed to HOPE’s Statement of Faith.


  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.
  • Willingness to attain WI Teacher Certification.

Work Experience:

  • Two years of teaching experience with a record of high student achievement in an urban setting.

Anticipated Start Date: Immediately

Salary and Benefits: HOPE Christian Schools offer competitive compensation and benefit package commensurate with experience. HOPE Christian Schools, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.

About HOPE Christian Schools:

HOPE is a network of Christian college-preparatory schools that operate eight private voucher schools in Milwaukee and Racine, WI. The mission of HOPE Christian Schools is Christ. College. Character.®. Our schools provide K4-12 students with a values-based education that develops their knowledge and cultivates their character. We promise equal educational opportunity for all children, regardless of race or economic status.

HOPE is dedicated to developing a network of schools that provide teaching and learning to enable every student to succeed at the highest level.

This involves:

  • Recruiting and developing successful teachers and school leaders and empowering them to use student data to strategically drive instruction;
  • Creating a joyful school culture where the love of Jesus emphasizes strong character formation and focuses students on the path to college;
  • Providing students with more time on task and intense intervention when they are struggling so that no child falls through the cracks.

We are tireless in our commitment to establishing a distinctive identity as one of America’s finest college-preparatory institutions, developing students who are academic standouts and active community servants. For more information about HOPE’s mission, approach, schools and team, please visit our website at


Open Sky Education

Why Work Here?

We are changing the lives of children everyday, join the team that recruits them and experience meaningful work.

Open Sky Education is an entrepreneurial not-for-profit organization in tireless pursuit of a full and lasting education for all children. We support and manage a growing network of learning environments, including HOPE Christian Schools, EAGLE College Preparatory Schools, Compass Educational Programs and the Character Formation Project. We believe: All children are created equal, each with great value and unique potential to fulfill Greater Purpose. An important catalyst for full potential is a full and lasting education. A strong foundation for a nation of free people is a full and lasting education, accessible and affordable for all.


3601 N Port Washington Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53212
Milwaukee, WI