Southeastern California Conference

Multigrade Schools

 

 

 

"To every teacher is given the sacred privilege of representing Christ.  And as teachers strive to do this, they may cherish the reassuring conviction that the Savior is close beside them, giving them words to speak for Him, pointing out ways in which they can show forth His excellence."

Counsels on Education, E.G. White, pg. 226

 

HAVE YOU CONSIDERED TEACHING IN A MULTIGRADE SCHOOL?


 

Advantages of Teaching in a Multigrade School

Small Classes

Family Atmosphere

Cross-age Tutoring

Independent Learners

Individualized Instruction

Administrative Experience for the Teaching Principal

Professional Growth and Support

through Evaluation and Staff Development

 


Southeastern California Conference has 12 multigrade schools located in an area that covers the counties of Imperial, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and San Diego.

 

The schools are divided into three regions: Riverside, Orange County, San Diego.  Inservices are held by regions annually. Exchanging and sharing ideas is rewarding and meaningful to our teaching principals. Multigrade Schools often join large schools for field trips and/or other activities. Track and Field Days, choral festivals, and academic events are coordinated from time to time by the teaching principals and the Conference Office of Education.

 

If you have questions, please contact Beverley Bucknor at (951) 509-2308.

 
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