Spruce Street School is currently accepting applications for the following positions:

Extended Day Teacher

Part time starting in September with option for ongoing employment. College students welcome.

Do you love kids? Do you enjoy playing games and creating craft projects? Do you have fun and healthy snack ideas? Would you like to work in a school or education in the future? Are you interested in working with talented teachers? If you answered yes, then this could be an excellent position for you! Spruce Street School is currently hiring teachers for its after school program.

Job Description: Teacher is responsible for developing project ideas for daily or weekly theme-based projects for 5-10 year old students. Teacher will work with a team of teachers to meet the needs of 50 students in a diverse after-school program. Teacher will be responsible for the direct supervision of children.

Hours: Weekdays 2:00-6:00pm, 2-5 days per week. Must be available Wednesdays for staff meetings.

Application Process: The position is open until filled. Applicants should send a resume and cover letter to


Spruce Street School is a nurturing educational community that instills in a broad range of children the social, emotional and intellectual skills for lifelong participation in a diverse society.

School Description and Philosophy

Spruce Street School is a small independent K-5 school located in the Denny Triangle neighborhood near downtown Seattle. We have an exceptional, dedicated teaching staff. The curriculum is comprehensive and well balanced, emphasizing both academic and social development. Our school community places great value on diversity, inclusiveness, respect for differences, and community involvement. Our model of governance is highly participatory, with active involvement by teacher, parents, and administrators. Spruce Street School is a nurturing and supportive environment for students, their families and our staff.

Spruce Street School does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, sex, religion, age, national origin, marital status, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, or use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with disability.