• Special Education Teacher...

    Special Education Teacher

    Posititions available:

    • Grades 4-5 Sunnyside Intermediate School
    • Grades 6-8 Havre Middle School 


    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


     Bachelor's Degree


    • Must have a Special Education Certification, endorsement, or be willing to obtain an endorsement
    • MT State Certification as an Elementary Teacher


    **Salary for 1st year teacher with no experience $40,494 up to $60,918 depending on education and experience**
    ***Attendance Stipend - Teachers eligible up to $2,000 stipend payment each year based on attendance***

    Extra Curricular coaching and activities positions available, separate stipend paid


    MT licensure , appropriate endorsement


    Apply on-line  Havre Public Schools - Frontline Education   

    Submit district on-line Application, attach Resume, Letter(s) of Reference, Copy of Montana Certificate  

    Or contact the Personnel Office, Havre Public Schools, Box 7791, Havre, MT  59501
    (406) 395-8550      FAX:  (406) 265-8460


    Until Filled


    Personnel Office, 395-8550, 
    Havre Public Schools, PO Box 7791, Havre, MT  59501

    Extra Curricular Coaching and Activity positions are also available, and stipends paid per negotiated contract

    Havre Public Schools is located in Havre, Montana, the most populous city along the Hi-Line in North Central Montana. The district contains three grade-level schools: Highland Park K-1, Lincoln-McKinley 2-3, Sunnyside Intermediate School 4-5, a middle school and high school. The district serves over 1800 students and over three hundred employees. Havre is located 100 miles northeast of Great Falls and 200 miles east of Glacier National Park. The community of Havre boasts various outdoor recreational activities, including camping, hiking, hunting and fishing.  We are surrounded by historical sites and are proud to be a part of a community with deep roots and a storied past. We are home to Beaver Creek Park; the largest County Park in the nation encompassing 10,000 acres. We encourage you to experience our community and welcome you to visit our district- “Havre, It’s The People”.

Last Modified on September 30, 2022