February 19, 2018: 6:00 p.m., admin building
After considering recent events that have taken place nationwide as well as in Arkansas, the Searcy County School District School Board has made the decision to place off-duty law enforcement officers on campuses throughout the district. These officers will be hired to assist our current School Resource Officer as he continues to provide a safe and secure environment for our students. The District is working with the Searcy County Sheriff’s Department and the City of Marshall Police Department in an effort to make all schools in the district as safe as possible. Students, parents, and teachers will see the additional presence of law enforcement officers on all of our campuses for the remainder of the school year. Please know that student safety is our number one concern for the students of our district.
Searcy County School District is seeking:
a high school secretary,
an Automotive Service Technology Instructor: This is a part-time position. Instruction in diagnosis and repair of: brakes-hydraulic systems, drum and disc brakes, electrical/electronic systems, engine performance, suspension and steering-wheel alignment. Computer skills and ASE certification required
a band/choir teacher for grades 7-12,
a music teacher for grades K-6,
an instructional facilitator for grades K-6, and
an assistant football coach with math, science, English, and social studies certifications
Applicants for teaching positions must have current Arkansas teaching licenses and be highly-qualified under state and federal laws/regulations (where applicable).
Send resumes to: Superintendent Alan Yarbrough, Searcy County School District, 952 Highway 65 North, Marshall, AR 72650
Applications are available at the SCSD administration building and on this website.