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The TVC 2.0 (Trempealeau Valley Cooperative), made up of the school districts of Arcadia, Blair-Taylor, Independence and Whitehall, is accepting applications for a full-time S.T.E.A.M. / Future Skills teacher for grades K-12.  This position will involve leading the development of programming, teaching courses and coordinating activities in a state of the art, high tech mobile lab that will be rotated between the consortium 

schools listed above. Employment will begin with the 2018-2019 school year. This position offers a competitive salary and benefit package.

Qualifications: The TVC 2.0 is a modern educational vision aimed at providing a modern educational model to meet the future needs of our students.  This position requires strong Mathematics, Science and Technology abilities and/or a desire and willingness to become highly trained in these areas.  Training will be available and provided by the cooperative through partnerships with higher education and local, national and international business partners.

Candidates must hold or be eligible for DPI Teacher certification.  A complete application must be submitted to be eligible for consideration.

Qualified applicants should apply on the WECAN website or submit a letter of interest, resume, transcripts, letters of reference, a copy of their professional licenses to Louie Ferguson, Superintendent, 756 Raider Drive, Arcadia, WI  54612.  Applications will be accepted until 3:00 PM, Thursday, March 15, 2018.

The four schools that make up the Trempealeau Valley Co-op 2.0 are located about 45 minutes north of La Crosse, WI; 45 minutes south of Eau Claire, WI; and 40 minutes northeast of Winona, MN, in the beautiful Trempealeau River Valley.  Our area offers a tremendous selection of both recreation and beautiful scenery.  In addition, our area is the home of Ashley Furniture Industries, Badger Mining, Whitehall Specialities, Pilgrim Foods, and Nelson Global – all nation wide or international corporations that are engaging in and supporting our educational system as we move toward the skills that our children will need in their futures.