The Henry Co. R-1 school district is currently accepting bids for Occupational and Physical Therapy Services for the 2020-2021 school year. Please send bids to 210 North Street, Windsor, MO 65360. Specific questions regarding the position should be directed to Stan Henderson, Director of Student Services at (660) 647-3721. The deadline for receiving bids will be April 3, 2020.
The Henry Co. R-1 school district is currently accepting bids for Speech Implementor Supervisor for the 2020-2021 school year. Please send bids to 210 North Street, Windsor, MO 65360. Specific questions regarding the position should be directed to Stan Henderson, Director of Student Services at (660) 647-3721. Deadline for receiving bids will be April 3, 2020
The Henry County R-1 School District is seeking qualified applicants to teach high school English for the
2020-2021 school year. Responsible for planning lessons, carrying out effective instruction, and
evaluating student progress toward learning goals. Accountable for creating a positive and productive
classroom learning environment and willing to work in a collaborative atmosphere to increase student
achievement. Windsor High School has an enrollment of 325 students in grades 7-12.
Applicants must hold a valid Missouri Teaching Certification in English grades 9-12. A complete
application will include the online application and the following documents uploaded or emailed: Letter
of interest, resume, teaching certificate, transcripts and three current letters of reference. The position
is open until filled. Questions should be directed to Mr. Bill Johnston High School Principal at 660-647-
3106 or Mr. Brad Hunter at 660-647-3106. Windsor High School has a competitive salary schedule and
To apply for substitute teaching or substitute support staff positions (paraprofessional, nurses, clerical and custodial) at Henry County R-1, please contact Kelly Education at 573-445-5907 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following are a few of the requirements needed to work as a substitute teacher in the state of Missouri:
A valid Missouri teacher certificate or,
Minimum of 60 college hours with an official transcript on file
As of January 1, 2005, a MO Highway Patrol and FBI fingerprint background check is required.
Those applying for a substitute position should also follow complete the required application from the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Since June 1, 2011, all educator certification applications are only submitted electronically through DESE's new online certification system. To begin the application process, applicants (i.e. new graduates, educators seeking renewals and upgrades, and substitutes) will need to create a user ID and profile. If you have additional questions about this process or have difficulty logging into the certification web applications, please email email@example.com or call 573-751-0051.