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  • Help Wanted! Head Cook JOSEPH SCHOOL DISTRICT #6 PO BOX 787 JOSEPH, OR 97846 541-432-7311 541-432-1100 (FAX)   EXTERNAL POSTINGHead CookApply at Joseph School district Office:400 E. William E. Williams Ave.PO BOX 787Joseph, OR 97846Closes February 12, 2021The position is for a permanent, full time head cook serving all of our K-12th grade students.  The position includes a salary, retirement and benefits.  Duties include, but are not limited to: meal preparation and cooking, meal planning, kitchen cleaning, food procurement, and some reporting responsibilities. A completed District application shall include:  A completed District application on file. Copy of food handlers card A letter of application stating why you desire the position and that ...
    Posted by Angela Gorham
  • Help Wanted! Bus Driver! BUS DRIVER WANTEDJoseph School District is in search of a full-time bus driver for morning, kindergarten and afternoon bus routes.  Other responsibilities include fueling and general maintenance of buses.  The position will also require some on-campus custodial work.  This permanent, ten-month, position is 36 hours a week, with full benefits.  A detailed job description, requirements, and applications can be collected by contacting Joseph School District, 400 E. Wm. E. Williams Ave., Joseph, OR, (541) 432-7311.  Position open until occupied. Joseph School District #6 is an EOE.  CLICK HERE FOR APPLICATION
    Posted Dec 1, 2020, 3:49 PM by Angela Gorham
  • Thanksgiving Week
    Posted Nov 9, 2020, 3:13 PM by Angela Gorham
  • Updated Mask Requirements as of 11/4/20
    Posted Nov 4, 2020, 11:47 AM by Angela Gorham
  • Updated Metrics - a note from Mr. Homan, Superintendent Dear Parent, Students, Staff, and Community:Today the Governor announced “new” metrics for schools to meet to be able to offer in-person education.  The new metrics for our county require us to meet these two standards to be able to stay open with K-12 in-person instruction:  1) Have less than 30 cases over 14 days and 2) Have less than a 5% positivity rate.  We must meet both standards to offer in person K-12 instruction (remain as we currently are).  Currently we meet standard number 1, but we do not meet standard number 2 (test positivity rate).  As a result, we would be able to offer K-6 in-person instruction only with 7th-12 ...
    Posted Oct 30, 2020, 1:33 PM by Angela Gorham
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