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Middle School Principal
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The Somerset Hills School District

Bernardsville Middle School:

  • Special Education Leave Replacement- Must be HQ in English Language Arts - Immediate Opening
  • Special Education Leave Replacement- Must be HQ in ELA, Science and Social Studies – May 14, 2018 – November 26, 2018

2018-2019 Anticipated Opening

  • Bernardsville Middle School Principal July 1, 2018

Application Deadline: April 13, 2018

Equal Opportunity Employer

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About Somerset Hills School District

The Social Studies program of the Somerset Hills School District provides an integrated study of history, geography, civics, economics, and related social science disciplines. This program emphasizes active engagement in the learning process, research and inquiry, utilization of current technologies, and service to others. The ultimate goal of the program is to help young people develop the ability to make informed and reasoned decisions as members of a culturally diverse, democratic society in an interdependent world - in short, to become well-informed citizens of the global community. Our state-required course offerings---World History, US History I, & US History II---are provided on a multi-tier system designed to meet the needs of individual students. A student may work at the honors level, the college-prep level, or the academic level. For US History I, an AP level is introduced for students already working at a college-level; for US History II, the IB course is run along the same lines as the AP course, but for students interested in obtaining the IB diploma. In each required course, students cover the same material at each level, but at different speeds and depths and with progressively more challenging work required. Our elective offerings attempt to provide students with introductory exposure to some of the social sciences (economics, government, psychology, and sociology), as well as providing advanced study in European and American History. Within the past few years, additional offerings include 20th century History through Film, Popular Music in American History, and American Humanities. The curriculum is reviewed annually, and when possible, new offerings are provided to meet student interests. Experience has demonstrated that this approach, coupled with the ability of students to move within these levels in accordance with individual performance, has served our students well. This seamless articulation from one level to another, at the end of each school year, is enhanced by the efforts of the Guidance Department and the Special Services Department.