[DOE-Arts] Maine DOE VPA Weekly Newsletter
Beth.Lambert at maine.gov
Thu Jul 5 16:33:26 EDT 2018
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MAINE DOE NEWS:
Welcome! Please join me in welcoming our new Visual and Performing Arts Specialist, Nate Menifield! Nate comes to the DOE with nine years of experience as a high school music educator. He earned the Bachelor of Music Degree in Music Education from the University of Southern Maine School of Music, the Master of Arts Degree in Education Policy, Organization, and Leadership Studies from the Stanford Graduate School of Education, and pursued additional undergraduate study at Harvard College. During his tenure in the classroom, he served as a department chair, music teacher mentor, and active leader in the Maine Music Educators Association at both the regional and state levels. At the local level, he has helped to navigate the implementation of standards, as well as the transition to proficiency-based assessment. This extensive school-based work is augmented by his experiences with large-scale organizational analysis and the development of visioning processes for systems-level change. A lifelong beneficiary of the arts in Maine, Nate is dedicated to the continued provision of opportunities to thrive in the arts for each of our state's students and educators. You can contact Nate at: Nathaniel.J.Menifield at maine.gov.
Thank you! I now leave this position in the capable hands of Nate. But first, I would like to say, thank you. Thank you for answering the call every time. Thank you for your willingness to jump in with me on a new idea or direction. Thank you for welcoming me into your fold ever since my first day in this position. I am truly thankful to have gotten to know each and every one of you through this role and am so grateful for the friendship and wisdom that you have shared with me. I will miss being at the other end of the e-mail or call but also please know that I will am always fighting for what you do and what is best for kids. Thank you for all you do every day and for all you have taught me. Thank you! Sincerely, Beth.
Music Matters 2018: This updated resource<https://www.ecs.org/music-matters/> explores the demonstrated effects of music education and how it helps students develop the foundational capacities for lifelong success.
Through Shakespeare in Maine Communities: Theater at Monmouth has provided literature-based education tours in schools and community centers since 2005. For 2018, they'll present King Lear (for grades 5-12) to deepen understanding of, appreciation for, and connection to classic literature. King Lear will tour to schools and community centers across the state from October 8-28 with student matinee and public performances in Cumston Hall October 12 through 15. For more information or to download reservation forms, visit www.theateratmonmouth.org/education-tours<http://click.icptrack.com/icp/relay.php?r=&msgid=0&act=111111&c=1057170&destination=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.theateratmonmouth.org%2Feducation-tours>.
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Spirit Series Summer Institute: Drama-based values and literacy initiative, SPIRIT SERIES delivers rigorous academic intervention and character education during regular school hours, in grades four through eight, with inspiring one-act historical biographies that students study, co-write, stage, and perform. August 16th and 17th. More information coming soon!
MSAD 60: Noble middle school, in Berwick is looking for a full-time band teacher for grades 6/7 with jazz band.
Lewiston High School: is seeking a K-12 certified Visual Arts Teacher with expertise or experience in Digital Media: Animation, photo and video editing (Photoshop and Final Cut Pro), graphic design, etc.to expand an already varied arts program with technology. The visual arts program currently offers courses in Drawing and Painting, Ceramics, Black & White Photography and Topics in Art and views Digital Media as the direction in which we would like to meaningfully expand our offerings. Lewiston High School embraces diversity in its vision for the future. http://www.lewistonpublicschools.org/human-resources/job-openings
St Dominic Academy: is looking for a full time art teacher grades 6-12. Classes to include: studio, pottery, honors, AP and yearbook. Interested parties should contact Donald Fournier at Donald.fournier at portlanddiocese.org<mailto:Donald.fournier at portlanddiocese.org> with resume, cover letter and references
RSU 2: Hale-Dale Elementary School seeking long-term art teacher sub for 2018-2019 school year. FMI: http://www.kidsrsu.org/o/district/page/employment--131
Houlton: K-5 music position. Apply on serving schools.
MSAD 1, Presque Isle: High School Band Director/ Instrumental Music Teacher. Apply at www.msad1.org<http://www.msad1.org>.
Belfast Area High School: Full-time certified Arts Educator starting in August 2018. Possible courses include: Art Foundations, Crafts, Printmaking, Painting, Sculpture, Ceramics, Photography (analog and digital), Illustration, Graphic Design, and Portfolio. Applications available on the RSU#71 website: www.rsu71.org<http://www.rsu71.org>
Oxford Hills: 2 Elementary Art Positions available. FMI: https://sad17.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx
MSAD #37 Harrington/Addison/Milbridge - 2 MUSIC POSITIONS OPEN - https://servingschools.com/job/adzn5s/music-teacher/harrington/me
AOS #96 - Machias/E.Machias MUSIC POSITION - https://servingschools.com/job/uq92rs/full-time-music-teacher/machias/me
Baileyville - (Woodland/Princeton Schools) CHORAL/GENERAL MUSIC POSITION https://servingschools.com/job/g6yh63/music-teacher/baileyville/me
AR Girls Project Coordinator/Art Educator: Waterfall Arts seeks an immediate part-time Arts Educator to join its creative staff and run their new AR Girls program, aiming to open new pathways and connections for creative teens in the community. The AR Girls is a partnership between the Maine Math and Science Alliance (MMSA) and Waterfall Arts, funded by the National Science Foundation. The project is intended to support teen girls to develop new communication skills related to science and technology-infused communication tools (i.e. augmented reality software) through a holistic support system tapping their inherent creativity and interest in art. This position will work with a team of educators and collaborators at Waterfall Arts, MMSA, and its partners to design and implement the AR Girls program. After a training period this first summer, this person will be responsible for Waterfall Art's AR Girls project management, planning, outreach and evaluation. FMI<http://waterfallarts.org/job-opportunities-internships/>.
Biddeford, Middle School: Art teacher position, full time. FMI.<https://biddefordschools.me/current-vacancies/>
Maine Academy of Modern Music: is looking for a registrar. You can find our job description online here<https://nonprofitmaine.ps.membersuite.com/careercenter/ViewJobPosting.aspx?contextID=1d38e817-00d3-c16d-0145-0b3dd4857478>.
MSAD 17: Guy Rowe School, full time, K-6 general music position open immediately. FMI<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001lSFwtMIOIpQlg82kwmhe__Djkwlv4YMOiI-DjI1eN8cFH25s4jzyquinPsTvWoPXWWLhrLayGKDF3OL5JFb9QvSmjlqyefP5Jsti4IPDwmNkyIKPf93hP84R4D9hzKU90DkFl9DAnLNCsuXVT7jxRciQuldCWdaXLnvlQIP_Z4jK8oABMJyuhA==&c=5hnQIk_bjBTUsPDshOfXvJAGM8l-FQISsBWdxxUvbNq68YsQIgmVWg==&ch=oixRRprYALqSvzOEowyvGBJsABP9LKdxDNRXZrH1VJwqbbuy_u8JNg==>.
Art Position available: 3/5 art position for Athens Community School and Harmony Elementary.
York School Department: Coastal Ridge Elementary School, Visual Art. FMI.<http://www.schoolspring.com./>
MDIRSS: Conners Emerson School; Bar Harbor; Instrumental Music -- 83% time. FMI<https://docs.google.com/document/d/1kPVTJPivE_luMgd1pemv9JG7NvbmhKL4-plIs0M6fSw/edit>.
RSU 3: Mount View Middle School; Music Teacher and Chorus Instructor. FMI<https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ZxJtvl6la3PRPGTbzrFxXUstEinB0Ohf/view>.
Coordinator of Secondary Education and Integrated Instruction
Standards and Instructional Supports Team
Maine Department of Education
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