French Dual Language Teacher needed in New York's PS84 The Lillian Weber School of the Arts

PS 84, The Lillian Weber School of the Arts, is looking for a nurturing and caring French dual language teacher. We are looking for someone who aims to instill a love and passion for learning in all students. The position requires a positive attitude and an ambitious personality, with a desire to improve the lives' of students by helping young learners become bilingual and develop an appreciation for multi-culturalism. Applicants should also possess a warm and collaborative personality and be able to create an environment that encourages critical thinking and self-reflection. We are looking for a teacher who will provide meaningful lessons and educate young students in all academic subjects, while fostering a strong social emotional foundation. The ideal candidate is resourceful, flexible, and eager to work towards instructional excellence. If interested, please send your resume to


  • The teacher will be responsible for planning and preparing lessons in both English and French, using the Teachers College Reading and Writing Workshop Methodology
  • The teacher will be responsible for implementing lessons in both English and French
  • The teacher will be expected to fulfill all responsibilities outlined in the UFT contract
  • The teacher will be responsible to implementing SEL curricula daily in the classroom

Additional Responsibilities

  • Creating lessons for units of study in Social Studies, Science, and Grammar

Minimum Requirements:

  • NYS Teacher Certification or
  • NYC Substitute Teaching Certification
  • Bilingual Certification or working toward one
  • Master’s Degree or enrolled in a Master’s Program
  • Fully fluent and literate in French
  • Detail-oriented individual
  • Position begins September 8, 2023
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Highly organized individual with ability to multi-task

Salary and Certification Requirements:

  • Please refer to the NYC DOE Salary Schedule
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