Employment Opportunities at Brandon & Evansville Schools

Employment Opportunities

Brandon-Evansville Schools, District #2908,  is taking applications for substitute positions in the following areas:  paraprofessionals, janitors, and kitchen servers.   If you are interested, fill out an application on- line at our district website at www.b-e.k12.mn.us and return it to the Brandon, or Evansville School office to Don Peschel, Superintendent of Schools.  

Business Education Teacher:  Brandon/Evansville Schools is seeking to hire a Full Time 1.0 FTE position for a Middle School and High School Business Education Teacher to begin fall of 2019.  Business license or ability to secure a license required.  We offer a competitive salary and benefits package.  Position will be open until filled.  Contact High School Principal Nate Meissner with any questions at nmeissner@b-e.k12.mn.us.  Interested candidates can fill out an application found on our website at www.b-e.k12.mn.us under district info and send other application materials to: 

Nate Meissner, Principal 
B/E Public Schools 
206 3rd St W
PO Box 185
Brandon MN, 56315

POSITION TITLE: Literacy Tutor – Minnesota Reading Corps

Make a difference in your community and join our team as a reading tutor. Brandon Elementary is looking for reading tutors to give their time and talent to help our kids become successful readers and learners.

Tutors work one-on-one or in small groups with students during school hours throughout the school year. No matter if you’re a recent grad, career changer, stay-at-home parent or retiree, you can make a great tutor. No experience? No problem. Minnesota Reading Corps provides comprehensive training in strategies proven to help students learn, so tutors are well equipped to help students grow.

Perks as A Tutor

• Receive a stipend every two weeks

• Earn up to $4,200 for college tuition or student loans. Tutors 55 and older may gift the award to their child, grandchild, stepchild or foster child.

• Free health insurance and child care assistance for those who qualify.

Ready to be the change for struggling students? Learn more at ReadingAndMath.net. Questions can be sent to abby.fragodt@servetogrow.org or call 320.247.5516.

Deb Budke,
Jul 17, 2013, 2:22 PM