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Part-Time Physical Education Teacher

About us

The Lincoln Academy is a new K4-12 charter school in the city of Beloit, Wisconsin.  We will serve 700 scholars when fully enrolled after four years.  We will offer K4 through 3rd grade and 6th through 10th grade this year.  We will add a grade in elementary and high school each year until we grow into K4-12.

The Lincoln Academy has three pillars - Academic Rigor, Character Expectations and Career Pathways.

  • Academic Rigor:  We will ensure all scholars are prepared with foundational skills and will be on grade level within three years of enrolling.  This will be accomplished through specifically designed curriculum, longer instructional day, interventions/enrichment, blended learning opportunities, strong professional development, coaching and a growth mindset expectation.

  • Character Expectations:  A strong emphasis on character development and citizenship will build our school culture.  Civic responsibility, service learning and community outreach will play an important role in developing character in our scholars.  Restorative Practices and the Jubilee framework for character education will guide TLA in a joyous, collaborative and healthy school environment where all scholars thrive.

  • Career Pathways:  Career exploration will begin in K4 and scholars will develop an Individualized Learning Plan by 8th grade to help guide them in their course selections in high school.  Scholars will set career goals and be fully prepared to graduate high school.  They will be able to have choices to enroll in a 2 or 4 year college or technical school, enlist in the armed forces or be employed in a living-wage job.

Vision: The Lincoln Academy will be the premier K4-12 school in the state of WI providing college and career pathways for scholars to lead happy, choice-filled lives.  We are committed to an equitable environment with rigorous instruction, joyous interactions, and strong community partnerships.


  1. Children First-Every decision we make is in the best interest of the scholars we serve.  We are completely focused on their education and their well-being and we always act accordingly.

  2. Trusting Community-We model and expect transparency, honesty, open communication and respect to collaborate with one another and push each other to always be our best.

  3. Get it Done-We are fiercely determined to do whatever it takes to ensure scholars reach their goals.  Innovation and productivity will drive our quest.

  4. Find the Joy-The work is challenging.  And in the face of those challenges, we choose joy.  We choose positivity.  We choose to find the wins.  We choose to lift each other up.

  5. Community Focus -We work alongside our families and community partners to build alliances that afford our scholars unique learning opportunities.   Shared voices will be honored and help us grow.

Job Description

The part-time Physical Education Teacher is the person responsible in assisting to plan, organize, and implement an appropriate physical education instructional program in a learning environment that guides and encourages scholars to develop and fulfill their academic and social potential.  It is the expectation that this individual will work with colleagues, parents, and scholars to create a school environment that is focused on scholar achievement, character, and success beyond high school.  The Lincoln Academy is a school where scholars and families are supported while maintaining high expectations for all.  The part-time Physical Education Teacher is expected to fully embrace the school’s methodology and uphold the high expectations of The Lincoln Academy.  The part-time Physical Education Teacher will support an equitable environment with rigorous instruction, joyous interactions, and strong community partnerships. Though it is impossible to list all roles the part-time Physical Education Teacher will fill, specific job responsibilities include:

Essential Functions:

  • Teach physical education class in grades ranging from K4-12th using the school provided physical education curriculum

  • Teach high school physical education electives

  • Measure scholar progress to encourage the mastery of school district/state/national standards

  • Celebrate individual and collective accomplishments by teaching the importance of self-improvement

  • Maintain class gradebooks

  • Cultivate scholar awareness and ownership of personal performance in physical fitness

  • Design, plan, and implement physical education lessons based on school district/state/national standards

  • Encourage teamwork to set collective and personal development goals

  • Ensure accommodations and modifications are made for the growth and development of all scholars

  • Ensure that the physical education environment is clean, safe, and constructive for all scholars

  • Teach knowledge and skills in physical fitness, rhythms and dance, health education, and individual, dual and team sports

  • Employ a variety of instructional techniques and instructional media that are consistent with the physical limitations, needs, and capabilities of individual scholars and/or groups of scholars

  • Guide scholars in maintaining acceptable standards of classroom behavior

  • Maintain records of individual scholar achievement and evaluating scholars on a continuous basis

  • Meet and instruct assigned classes at designated times

  • Prepare for classes and submit weekly lesson plans

  • Uphold and enforce school rules, school board policies, and administrative regulations

  • Work with other members of the staff to plan instructional goals, objectives, and methods

  • School supervision duties, as assigned

  • Other duties as requested


  • Alignment with The Lincoln Academy’s vision and values

  • Strong people skills and leadership ability to develop a team environment

  • Belief in maintaining the bar for educational equity for learners at every ability level

  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced setting with high expectations

  • Demonstrated professionalism and integrity

  • Strong critical thinking skills and strategic problem solving skills

  • An ability and passion to work with stakeholders from diverse backgrounds

  • A joyous attitude and drive for personal excellence

  • Strong organizational skills and ability to adapt to change quickly and efficiently

  • Interpersonal skills that encompass strong relationship building and communication

  • Ability to use technology and data to drive toward exceptional outcomes for scholars

  • Demonstrated strong work ethic

  • Commitment to professional growth and personal development



Bachelor’s degree in education


Experience teaching in an urban setting preferred


WI Physical Education Pk-12 (530)

Mandatory Child Abuse Reporting Certification required annually before first day with scholars

Physical Demands/Working Conditions: The majority of this job involves walking, sitting or standing necessary to observe classroom and school activities, mostly indoors. The ability to physically perform the duties and work in the school setting is required.  Some conditions include:

  • Must be able to stand up to 2 hours instructing staff or instructing a classroom of learners

  • Must be able to sit and look at a computer monitor, using a keyboard/mouse and typing for up to 2 hours at a time

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