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Want a new life? Alaska teaching job awaits


EdTech master’s grad Luke Meinert wrote overnight and said he has a job opening in his district on July 1.

He’s looking for an online teacher who can teach multiple subjects, but he would prefer someone who can qualify for a secondary math or science endorsement. He also wants demonstrated proficiency in designing online courses.

The Yukon-Keokuk School District’s ten village schools are located along the Yukon, Koyukuk and Tanana river systems, a geographic area larger than the state of Washington (encompassing about 65,000 square miles of territory). More than 98% of the district’s 315 river school students are Alaska Native (Athabascan). The district also sponsors a statewide correspondence program called Raven Homeschool. There are approximately 1,500 students enrolled in Raven during the 2015-2016 school year. District-wide, YKSD serves over 1,400 full-time students.

Here’s a link to the abbreviated job announcement. For a more information, click on the link in the lower right corner of the announcement.

Check out the school district at .

When the lucky applicant meets Luke Meinert for the first time, the Davenport, Iowa, native will likely extend his hand for a firm shake and say, “Enaa neenyo.” I’m glad you came.

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