1. Mathematics Long-Term Substitute Teacher (LTS). Cardinal O'Hara is seeking a LTS for our highly collaborative and team-oriented Mathematics Department. The Roster includes Algebra I, Statistics and Pre-Calculus. All teachers also work a service period and have a daily prep period. Lunch is provided daily free of charge. Teachers and students use MacBook computers and have many programs available to assist with instruction, assessment, and management.
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