Agriculture Teacher – Chase-Raymond High School

Chase-Raymond/USD #401 •

Chase-Raymond School District is currently taking applications for a AG or Agriscience Teacher for the 2023-2024 school year. We are looking for an energetic teacher who would love to work with smaller class sizes (averages around 10-15 students) which allows you to develop meaningful relationships with students, families, and the community.   Teachers in our district often work cross-curricular, PBIS and MTSS programs are part of our culture. Chase-Raymond School District is a small, rural district located in central Kansas the secondary school students grades 6-12. We have 1:1 Chromebook initiative for all junior and senior high school students. We are a supportive school community that welcomes you to our family!

USD 401 meets requirements for some loan forgiveness programs. Some coaching positions may be available. Interested applicants must have a current Kansas teaching license with the proper endorsements, or in the process of obtaining a license. Other required materials include: cover letter, resume, references, teaching license, credentials and/or letters of recommendation. USD #401 offers a competitive benefits package including health and dental insurance, etc. USD #401 offers a competitive salary and benefits package.

Part time or Full-time Career Pathway Instructor to fill our hands on Comprehensive Agriculture opening and recently chartered FFA program.   Chase High School / Raymond Junior High is looking for a CTE instructor to teach a variety of openings. We are a supportive district who looks for a way to meet the needs of our students and match your gifts as an instructor.  

Please submit the following information:

·     Letter of interest

·     Resume

·     Transcripts

·     Copy of Kansas teaching license

·     References

·     Copy of credentials

Email the above information to Kylee McDonald at

Questions can be addressed to Kylee McDonald at or at 620-938-2923.

Benefits Information

$582/month paid toward Blue Cross/Blue Shield insurance policy and personal and sick leave available.

Salary Information

Salary schedule placement dependent on years of experience and degree level.

Employer Information

Unified School District #401 is located in Chase, in the center of Rice County, on Highway 56. The district has small class size and excellent educational opportunities. Our staff work together to create a welcoming family community that supports each other and our students. We are driven to provide safe, meaningful and exciting learning opportunities for every student.  Our staff are supported and fun! 

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313 E Ave C
Chase, KS 67524

Job Start Date: August-8-2023

Applications Due By: May-1-2023

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Kylee McDonald

Agriculture Teacher – Oskaloosa

Oskaloosa 7-12th grade Ag Teacher/FFA Advisor for 2023-2024 school year

*This is a new program.

Oskaloosa USD 341 •

We are looking at building a new program here in the Oskaloosa School District for the 2023-2024 school year.  Our schools provide a positive and supportive learning environment with low student to teacher ratios.  Applicant must have (or be able to obtain) a Certified Teaching License with the proper endorsement.

Applicants with questions may contact:

Felicia Yoakam, Principal –

Taylor Holland – Assistant Principal – tholland@usd341.orgOskaloosa USD 341

Benefits Information

District benefits include Single Blue Cross Blue Shield Healthcare Plan, up to $800 per year Tuition Reimbursement, competitive discretionary leave, and section 125 benefits

Salary Information

Per negotiated agreement based on experience and education.

Employer Information

Oskaloosa is located 20 miles north of Lawrence, Kansas in Jefferson County (northeast Kansas). Oskaloosa USD 341 is a PreK-12 school with a student population of approximately 550. Presently, the district has an Elementary School serving Pre-K through 6th grade students and a Junior/Senior High School including 7th through 12th grades. We are committed to hiring and maintaining superior employees to educate and meet the needs of each student.

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404 Park Street
Oskaloosa, KS 66066

Job Start Date: August-1-2023

Applications Due By: June-1-2023

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Michelle Pentlin

Agriculture Teacher – Hope High School (Rural Vista)

Rural Vista USD 481 •

This position comes with FFA sponsorship as well. Hope Schools has one of the longest-running FFA programs in the state of Kansas. We are looking for a qualified individual to continue this tradition as well as bring some new traditions to the program. Hope currently has four Ag pathways in place as well as one pathway on the Industrial Arts side. These pathways are approved through the State and receive CTE funding. The right candidate would have the option to build their own class schedule and teach the pathway and classes they so choose. 

Hope is home to an Ag/Woods building with separate metals and woodworking areas. We currently have a CNC plasma table as well as four stick welders, three mig welders, and one tig welder. On the woods side, we have a number of updated machines including a SawStop table saw. Our FFA/Ag program also has a large greenhouse that sits right next to the Ag/Woods building. 

Rural Vista athletics, CO-OP between White City and Hope, will also have a number of coaching positions available including High School Assistant Football, Jr High Football positions, High School Boys Assistant Basketball, Jr High Assistant Volleyball, as well as other opportunities in Track. 

Rural Vista USD 481

Benefits Information

We currently offer $485 towards a single health plan through Blue Cross and Blue Shield. The district also provides 12 days a year for sick or personal leave plus an additional 3 professional days of your choice.

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Rural Vista, USD 481, is comprised of two K-12 schools, Hope Schools and White City Schools. If you are looking for small town connections with affordable housing and big city access, then Rural Vista is the place for you. Big city access is within an hour of both of our communities. With our 10:1 student to teacher ratio, we offer a great learning experience and opportunity for every student and educator.  New teachers are also provided with a two-year in-house mentoring program.

Hope and White City high schools are 1:1, with Google ChromeBooks. We currently offer $485 towards a single health plan through Blue Cross and Blue Shield. The district also provides 12 days a year for sick or personal leave plus an additional 3 professional days of your choice. Please visit our district website, click the district office tab and select district documents to view the current negotiated agreement. 

Hope and White City schools are in a cooperative agreement for all athletic teams including; Volleyball, Football, Basketball, Track and Scholars Bowl. The Rural Vista Heat are a member of the Wheat State League. Both boys and girls teams have had tremendous success since the co-op began just over 10 years ago, with multiple State tournament berths. 

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414 E. Goodnow
White City, KS 66872

Job Start Date: August-18-2023

Applications Due By: June-30-2023

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Trisha Rhodes

Agriculture Teacher – Chanute High School

**This is for a second position.

From Mrs. LaHaye: Adding a second Ag teacher with an emphasis in Powers Structures Technical Pathway. In year five of the program with a fully equipped welding shop with plans to expand the space, new 5×5 plasma table, paint booth, and forklift. Small gas engines will be a new class starting in the fall. Competitive salary $45,600 with FFA stipend.  This is a growing program that will be expanding in all pathway areas.

Classes would include: Small Gas Engines, Welding I (multiple class periods), Welding II  (multiple class periods), Ag Fabrication, Possible Agriscience

Contact Mrs. LaHaye if you have questions.


PURPOSE:         The High School Agriculture Teacher creates a positive learning environment to facilitate the physical,  mental and social development of students.  In order to respond to the individual needs and abilities of students, the Agriculture instructor must work closely with other staff and administration of U.S.D. No. 413

      RESPONSIBLE TO:  Principal

      PAYMENT RATE:    According to Negotiated Agreement


  1. Current Kansas State Teaching Certificate on file in the central office.
  2. Health and inoculation certificate on file in the Central Office (after employment offer is made).
  3. Desire to continue career improvement.
  4. Working knowledge of Outcome Based Education and Effective Schools’ principles.
Primary LocationChanute High School
Salary Range$45,600 / Per Year
Shift TypeFull-Time

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Job Contact Address

321 E. Main Street
Chanute, KS 66720

Job Start Date: August-5-2023

Applications Due By: August-2-2023

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Crystal Treloggen

Agriculture Teacher – Valley Heights High School

*Mr. Graham is pursing a mission opportunity.

Valley Heights USD 498 •

Valley Heights USD 498 is accepting application for a Vocational Agriculture teacher for the 2023-2024 school year. Valley Heights Schools is located within a very rich agriculture community that values and supports the district efforts to provide our students with a solid and diverse foundation in ag education and the FFA chapter. Potential course offerings include Intro. to Ag, Ag Science, Welding, Plan and Animal Science, Advanced Welding, Natural Resources, and Vet Tech. Please apply at the following link:

Valley Heights USD 498

Benefits Information: USD 498 provides employee health insurance.

Salary Information: Salary is based upon education and experience per the negotiated agreement.

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Valley Heights USD #498 is located in southern Marshall County and is comprised of the communities of Blue Rapids and Waterville. Valley Heights has a tradition of success in all areas of academics and activities. Through fidelity and rigor, our elementary was named a 2017 Blue Ribbon School for their transformation within the MTTS framework which ensures each individual students social/emotional and academic needs are met. In 2018 they were named a National Title I Distinguished School for closing the achievement gap for all student groups, one of only two schools in the state of Kansas to be recognized. Most recently, the foundational work to become a Trauma Informed district has been initiated to address the mental health and SEL of our diverse student population.  Another goal we are striving to achieve is in creating collaborative teams of community and school representatives to establish relationships and build connectivity between our district, parents and patrons. Valley Heights has an experienced and dedicated staff that is continually looking towards ways to improve and increase student achievement. 

Valley Heights continues to be progressive in the implementation of technology.  A 9-12,  1:1 iPad project was implemented in the fall of 2012 with an expansion of the project to grades 7-8 implemented in the 2014-15 school year. In the 2015-16 school year iPads were introduced in grades 3-5. All classrooms are equipped with SMART boards, projectors, and Apple TV. Teachers are afforded all equipment needed to deliver a quality, technology-driven curriculum.

We are proud of the rich, rural traditions that have created the family environment that ties our two small, but progressive, cities into one district. We are #MustangProud and invite you to click here to visit our website and see all the exciting things happening at Valley Heights!

Please click here to complete our online application form

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Job Contact Address

2274 6th Road
Blue Rapids, KS 66411

Job Start Date: August-1-2023

Applications Due By: June-12-2023

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Melissa Kennedy