Joliet Township High School District 204
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- Joliet, IL
Joliet Township High School District 204 is a high school district located in Will County, Illinois. Established in 1899 and founded in 1901, it is one of the area's oldest school districts. Joliet Township High School also served as the site of Joliet Junior College, the first Junior College in the United States, until 1969. Serving a population of over 5,000 students, the district has two campuses—Joliet Central High School and Joliet West High School. The district also has an alternative campus and a transition center for students with specialized needs.
Joliet Township High School's transportation center houses a fleet of over 150 busses. At 888 employees, District 204 is the 10th largest employer in Will County. Joliet Township High School offers a variety of career opportunities including professions in the areas of teaching, administration, social work, transportation, food service and maintenance. Full and part-time positions are available in a friendly and professional work environment with opportunities for advancement and competitive salaries. Apply online at: http://www.jths.org/human_resources/job_postings.aspx.
“I am lucky to look forward to going to work everyday. I work with a wonderful team of people and a fantastic faculty. ”
“I am passionate about teaching and believe I can make a difference in students' lives.”
“I have a wonderful support system that backs me up when working with the wonderful students of District 204!”
“The positive, hard-working staff that works here.”
“The reward you get from your students when they tell you that you have impacted them.”
“Their caring attitude, and willingness to listen and collaborate.”
“JTHS has created an open and collaborative environment where, if you feel frustrated, you can voice your concerns without fear of repercussions. ”
“JTHS challenges me to be the best teacher I can be with new and innovative teaching strategies.”