Special Education Teacher (Frost Therapeutic Community Program)



The Frost School

Full Time (benefits eligible)

Day Shift

M-F; 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.


The Therapeutic Community Middle School Program, part of The Frost School, is a year round non-public special education program that serves middle school students with emotional and behavioral disorders and Autism spectrum disorders.  The program utilizes a therapeutic community/group model where special education and counseling are integrated within the milieu. Students are taught communication, personal accountability, problem solving, social skills, and relationship building skills through the daily group counseling sessions, community meetings, and individual counseling sessions. Students also participate in family counseling once a week.

As a Special Education Teacher you will:

  • Teach mathematics and other subjects as necessary to students in our Therapeutic Community Middle School Program, grades 6-8.

  • Be responsible for the academic teaching and behavioral management of assigned students.

  • Demonstrate knowledge of age-specific student needs in instruction and create appropriate learning environment in classroom setting.

  • Monitor, evaluate, and report on students' progress.

  • Attend and participate in meetings.

  • Work cooperatively with other members of the school staff.


  • Bachelor's degree and at least 3 months of related teaching experience (i.e. student teaching, internships, etc.).

  • Must have or be eligible for a conditional, standard professional or advanced certification with Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) at time of appointment. Candidates with a conditional certification must obtain standard professional or advanced certification within two to four years of starting in teaching role, as determined by MSDE evaluation of the individual's credentials. Must maintain MSDE certification requirements throughout tenure in position.

  • Experience working with students with severe emotional/behavioral issues and autism strongly preferred.