Work in our schools!
Parents say it. Teachers say it. Students say it.
There’s just something special about Erlanger-Elsmere Schools!
Erlanger-Elsmere Independent School District serves a diverse population of students in a tight-knit community environment. Our district is large enough to provide all the tools, opportunities, and experiences a student needs to grow, yet small enough to provide the individualized, supportive approach to learning a student needs to thrive. There’s a level of ownership we take in educating and caring for our students and families because we serve a community that is so invested in our work.
Come join our team!
Whether you’re looking for a career in the classroom, workdays that match yourchild’s school schedule, or a chance to put your skills to use in a rewarding manner, we know you’ll love the friendly, collaborative environment our schools and our district offer.
If you need assistance navigating job openings or our application, please call our office at 859.727.2009.
The benefits are abundant.
We are proud to offer:
- Competitive salaries on par with other local employers
Check out our updated classified and certified salary schedules
- Top-notch benefits at areasonable cost
- Willingness to invest in your professional development
- Opportunities for advancement (and we love to promote from within!)
- Supportive and helpful administrators and Board of Education
What’s more, working for Erlanger-Elsmere Schools means you’re making an impact on the life of our children… and that’s a benefit beyond measure.
If you’re considering a job in the Erlanger-Elsmere Schools, you’d probably like to know a little more about us…The Erlanger-Elsmere Independent School District provides a nurturing environment for students in four elementary schools, one middle school, one high school, one alternative school, and two preschool settings: Arnett, Howell, Lindeman, and Miles Elementary Schools; Tichenor Middle School, Lloyd Memorial High School, Bartlett Educational Center, Arnett Elementary Preschool and the EES Early Learning Center. We serve a culturally diverse population of about 2,400 students who live within a five-square-mile area with a total population of approximately 20,000 people.
The purpose of our district is best defined through our mission statement:
To embrace and attend to the individual needs of our students, regardless of the obstacles.
We envision the Erlanger-Elsmere Schools will provide essential opportunities for all students to reach their greatest potential. We hold high expectations for our students and our staff, and we work to maximize our students’ learning and achievement to ensure every child graduates ready for college or career.
Our district's innovation and diversity enable us to provide high-quality learning opportunities for all our students that employ essential 21st-century learning skills such as critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity. What’s more, a significant technology upgrade that was implemented over the last year makes every classroom in our district a state-of-the-art learning environment.
The innovation and student-focused leadership in our schools provide a true advantage to our students. The added leadership and support from our dedicated Board of Education enable us to provide advanced placement classes, college dual-credit opportunities, and individualized learning to students. These are areas of great pride and success for our students and our district.