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Substitute Teachers

Position Type Substitute Teacher
Start 10/28/2019
School Name KapKa Cooperative School
City, State Seattle, WA 
Posted 10/14/2019

Who We Are

KapKa Cooperative School is a welcoming and inclusive community of children, teachers and parents who see learning as a lifelong and cooperative process. Our goal is to help children become independent and responsible individuals who believe in themselves, respect the views of others, follow their passions and contribute to their world.

Our program balances intellectual learning, social skills, and emotional well being using a progressive and emergent curriculum. We emphasize music, art, and imaginative play. We foster creativity, compassion, and collaborative skills and encourage curiosity.

Parents are partners at KapKa. They support learning inside and outside the classroom for all children. Together with the teachers, they create space for young learners to take compassionate, self-actualizing, and courageous actions that grow the individual and the community.


KapKa Cooperative School is seeking educators to serve as substitute teachers for grades K-5. Successful candidates will have strong classroom management experience and a sincere love for teaching children.

Specific Responsibilities

  • Successfully manage a class of 10-14 students
  • Follow lesson plans provided by classroom teacher to engage children in projects and tasks
  • Communicate in a positive and professional manner with students, parents, and staff


  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in education or experience in a related field
  • Washington State Teaching Certification preferred
  • Teaching experience at a public or private elementary school


  • $25/hour

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to mistysaracino@kapkaschool.org.

KapKa Cooperative School is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against age, gender identity, sex, race, color, ethnicity, religion, marital status, national origin, or any other category protected by law

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