With 36 schools and close to 23,000 students, there’s an opportunity for everyone to find their place in ABSS. We are proud of the achievements we’ve made and ambitions we have to continue improving public education. Although the work is big, no job is too small to make it count. Our roles may vary, but one thing is always the same – our shared passion to have a meaningful impact on the lives of our students in the community we serve. While our team members come from different backgrounds, we all came here for the same reasons and if you ask around, it’s also why we stay.
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We have open positions for various subjects and grade levels. We encourage you to view our open positions, submit an application and join our district. Search and apply for career opportunities today.
Great teachers come from backgrounds that bring different experiences and knowledge into classrooms to benefit students. Recognizing that beginning educators often face tremendous challenges at the start of their careers, Alamance-Burlington School System (ABSS) has designed a Beginning Teacher Program to support educators new to our team. By coupling our Beginning Teacher Support Program with the ongoing support provided by school-based and learning community leadership, ABSS works to ensure that beginning educators will gain accelerated success and effectiveness, as well as greater self-confidence during the first years of their new career.
Our goal is to recruit, retain, and support new teachers to the Alamance-Burlington School System to become effective instructional leaders within their classroom and school community. In addition to providing district-level support, beginning teachers also receive individualized support from lead mentors and mentors at their schools.
For more information about employment opportunities
with Alamance-Burlington Schools, contact:Dean RichardsonDirector of Teacher Recruitment and Induction336-438-4000 ext. 20048
Did you know?
-- Alamance-Burlington School System’s Class of 2018 graduated 1,621 students who earned nearly $15 million in merit-based scholarships. Graduates earned admission to nearly 200 colleges and universities in 34 states, the District of Columbia and Spain.
-- Student Enrollment (as of 06/11/19)
Grades K-5: 10,614
Grades 6-8: 5,260
Grades 9-12: 6,766
-- With close to 3,500 employees, the Alamance-Burlington School System is one of the largest employers in Alamance County.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (3 Locations)
*Source Alamance Chamber http://www.choosealamance.com