$12.50hr to $14.50hr  (2hr min)





  • Supervise and monitor the safety of children
  • Prepare and organize mealtimes and snacks for children
  • Help children keep good hygiene
  • Change the diapers of infants and toddlers
  • Organize activities or implement a curriculum that allows children to learn about the world and explore their interests
  • Will set up classroom prior to the beginning of each semester and be responsible for cleaning and storage at the end of each semester
  • Keep records of children’s progress, routines, and interests

20 hour/week position and we pay $17/hour




  • Will be accountable to the Executive Director
  • Will be responsible for the arrangement of the room which includes but is not limited to: activity centers, decorating bulletin boards, displaying children’s art work, etc.
  • Will set up classroom prior to the beginning of each semester and be responsible for cleaning and storage at the end of each semester
  • Will be responsible for daily planning/preparation of room before school, and cleanup process at the end of the day
  • Will delegate responsibilities to the assistant teachers and volunteers when needed
  • Will follow guidelines for health, sanitation and safety as outlined by Kansas Department of Health and Environment
  • Will be responsible for supervision and management of children’s safety and well-being at all times. This includes being aware of children’s individual needs and or problems as well as the entire group
  • Will maintain a positive, professional attitude at all times to ensure the best possible learning environment for the children
  • Will act as an appropriate role model for children
  • Will promote the positive image of the program
  • Will create literacy packages and distribute them once/month
  • Will visit preschool families once/semester
  • Will help with class lists, parent orientation and weekly attendance


  • Lead teacher will be responsible for creating and implementing age and developmentally appropriate classroom curriculum
  • Lead teacher will post written daily lesson plans, monthly newsletters and calendars and submit these to the Director two weeks prior to posting for review.



  • Will document each child’s progress and development and communicate with parents
  • Will report any delays or developmental concerns to Director for follow up
  • Communicate with parents by e-mail, phone, formal and informal meetings, and newsletters
  • Interact and communicate effectively with children and parents in a warm and friendly manner.

The lead will maintain professionalism and confidentiality at all times. Any matters that require reporting will be shared with the Director.