New York’s Farmingdale Union Free School District is a K-12 suburban district straddling the Nassau and Suffolk County border on Long Island. Parents, administration, teachers and support staff focus their energies on creating opportunities in a student-centered environment that stimulates learning for the 21st century through a rigorous, integrated curriculum. With 6,000 students across six schools (four elementary, one grade 6-8 middle and one grade 9-12 high school) and the Board of Education’s goal to establish Farmingdale as a high achieving school district as evidenced by high levels of student performance in all areas, including New York State assessments and Regents’ examinations, the ideal candidate for employment will have a commitment to student learning through a deep understanding of the Common Core Learning Standards and professional growth.
The Farmingdale Union Free School District provides equal employment and educational opportunities to all individuals without regard to race, color, national origin, creed, religion, marital status, gender, age, disability, military status, genetic predisposition, carrier status or sexual orientation. In addition, the Farmingdale UFSD does not discriminate in accordance with the Dignity for All Students Act.
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