Minnesota Comprehensive Assessment
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Campbell-Tintah School District
K-12 Vocal and Instrument Music Teacher, 1.0 FTE, Campbell-Tintah Public School
• K-6 Classroom music classes
• 5th and 6th Grade Beginners Band
• 7-12 Band/ Jazz Band
• 7-12 Grade Choir
To apply for the position, please email the following materials to Kyle Edgerton, Superintendent, at email@example.com a letter of intent, resume, three current letters of recommendation, transcripts, and completed application form found on the district website at https://www.campbell.k12.mn.us (The application form is found under the Employment tab)
Position is open until filled.
Characteristics of a Successful Candidate:
- Growth mindset
- Reflective practitioner
- Creative problem solver
- Willing to take risks
- Highly organized
- Effective at time management
- Seeks out professional learning
- Willing to continue to learn and try new strategies/protocols
- Willing to plan and work collaboratively with a team
- Able to build relationships with students from a variety of backgrounds
- Good communicator and active listener
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Interested applicants should email a cover letter, resume, and two letters of recommendation to Kyle Edgerton, firstname.lastname@example.org,
For more information about the position, please call the school at (218) 630-5311
School Bus Drivers Needed
Looking for Route, Activity & Substitute Drivers
Flexible Schedule and we will pay for bus license & provide a vehicle for testing.
Applicants must pass a criminal background check.
Applications can be found at campbell.k12.mn.us under the “Our School” tab.
Mail completed applications with 3 letters of recommendation to Kyle Edgerton, PO Box 8, Campbell, MN 56522 or email the school office at email@example.com
The Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments (MCAs) are state tests that help districts measure student progress towards Minnesota’s academic standards. Student’s participation is important to understand how effectively the education at school is aligned to the academic standards. A student who does not participate in the statewide assessments will not receive an individualized score and will not be considered ‘proficient’. Students who receive a college-ready score on the high school MCA are not required to take remedial, noncredit course at a Minnesota State college or university in the corresponding subject area, potentially saving the student time and money.
Individual scores are important for educators, because we use that data to make decisions about resources and supports that we provide. We use that information in looking at our curriculum and aligning courses to meet academic standards.
We encourage all students to take part in the MCAs, however, if a parent/guardian does not want their child to participate they can opt out of testing. Minnesota Statutes, section 120B.31, subdivision 4a, requires the commissioner to create and publish a form for parents and guardians to complete if they refuse to have their student participate in state-required standardized assessments. If you chose to opt out of testing, the below link will take you to the refusal paperwork that must be filled out and returned to the school.