KINGMAN – Regardless of instructor shortages state and nationwide, Kingman Unified College District reported they solely have a handful of vacancies as they begin the brand new 2022-2023 college 12 months this week.
On the Tuesday, July 19 KUSD college board assembly, Superintendent Gretchen Dorner stated employees has labored arduous to fill quite a few positions, significantly instructor positions. The district had over 70 vacancies final college 12 months, and Dorner stated they’re all the way down to a “handful” of vacant positions.
“On this scenario of a nationwide instructor disaster, hiring disaster, the place all districts throughout our state and nation are having a tough time hiring academics, our principals and admin groups have performed an unbelievable job filling the various vacancies that we had,” Dorner stated.
Dorner stated there are educators who could also be barely delayed as a result of they’re transitioning from different areas of the nation or internationally.
Nevertheless, the district appears to be like ahead to welcoming them to Kingman.
“Most of our faculties are totally staffed with academics at this level,” Dorner stated.
Substitute instructor positions with the district are additionally out there this college 12 months. Dorner stated there’s flexibility in what ages and days a substitute needs to show.
“We’re totally staffed, however we’re at all times in search of visitor academics who need to be a part of the group,” Dorner stated.