- Rewarding Position in Mid-Size District
520 teachers, administrators and support staff serve 5,400 students at 12 schools and 4 charter schools.
- Competitive Salary & Benefits Package
See our salary schedule. Our pay meets or beats those of comparable districts!
- New Teacher Mentor Program
All first- and second-year teachers are matched with a trained mentor, receiving a minimum of 90 hours of hands-on support. Participants are eligible for 18 hours of continuing education credit.
- High Retention / Quality Staff
Our teachers average 13.4 years of teaching experience; 67% have a Master's degree or higher.
Computers, interactive white boards, document cameras, data projectors, digital cameras, and more are available at all district schools and most classrooms.
- Numerous Professional Development Opportunities
Reimbursement is available for teacher-initiated professional development, and stipends awarded for advanced education or certification. In-district, our professional educators may participate in Ocean Literacy activities, math coaching training, SIOP training, and National Board certification, to name a few.
- Ocean Literacy Initiative
Following release of the West Coast Governors' Agreement on Ocean Health, Lincoln County School District has made Ocean Literacy a priority. In cooperation with Oregon Coast Aquarium and other local agencies, the school district is working to make learning about the ocean a regular part of the K-12 student experience. Local partnerships provide staff professional development, materials and support for increasing students' ocean literacy while addressing Oregon state standards.
- Arts, Science, Business Partnership
Lincoln County School District regularly partners with leaders in our Arts, Business and Science communities... National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Oregon State University, Let There Be Arts, Oregon Coast Aquarium, Hatfield Marine Science Center, and many more.
- Support for School Improvements
County voters overwhelmingly approved a $63 million general obligation bond measure in May 2011. Thanks to this vote of confidence for their local school district, we can build a new high school in Waldport, construct 34 new classrooms at seven of our schools, and make novations and upgrades at all of our schools.