Welcome: Join Our Team

  • We invite you to explore the career opportunities at the School District of Beloit. We are a diverse and dynamic District with more than 5,200 students. Our mission, values, and goals support the academic success of our students. Our dedicated and talented teachers, administration, and staff reinforce and encourage high academic expectations, quality instructional practices, viable curriculum, student engagement, and an emphasis on 21st Century Learning that highlights critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, and communication.

    At the School District of Beloit, we are committed and strengthened by our Diversity (honoring and respecting our human differences); Equity (removing barriers and providing support for individuals to achieve their greatest potential); and Inclusion (ensuring each and every one belongs).

    Take a moment and review our videos, blogs, family and staff testimonials and more. If you have any follow-up questions, our Human Resources Team is available, and can be reached at 608-361-4019 or by email.


How to Apply

  • Thank you for considering the School District of Beloit as your next employer. Complete an application for employment through the Frontline System and upload any necessary documents.

    If you require any accommodations in completing an application, interviewing, completing any pre-employment testing, or otherwise participating in the employee process, please direct your inquiries to Human Resources

    If you do not have access to a computer or the Internet, you can call Human Resources at (608) 361-4019 to make an appointment to use a computer with Internet access at one of our buildings, or you can access a computer with internet service at your local library.

    The School District of Beloit is an Equal Opportunity Employer seeking a diverse and talented workforce.

Salary and Benefits

  • Placement on the Salary Schedule

    • 2021-2022 Professional Educator Salary range starts at: $43,000 Salary is determined by comparables with current teachers with the similar credentials and position type.

    Sick Leave

    • Professional Educators are granted (8) sick days and (2) personal days per year.  
    • Para Educators are granted (8) sick days and (2) personal days per year.    
    • Instructional Support are granted (8) sick days and (2) personal days per year.    
    • Secretaries less than 52 weeks are granted (8) sick days and (2) personal days per year.      
    • Administrative Support are granted (10) sick days and (2) personal days per year.    
    • Administrators are granted (12) sick days and (2) personal days per year. 

    The Board of Education offers a variety of insurance coverage at minimal or no cost to employees.
    Employees have 30 days from contract start date to enroll in coverage offered by the District.

    • Medical and prescription drug coverage – full time employee pays $35.93 per month for family or $15.19 per month for single
    • Dental – paid by the District for full time employee
    • Long-term Disability – paid by the District
      • Short-term Disability – employee paid
    • Group term life insurance equal to one times salary – paid by the District
      • Optional dependent life insurance – employee paid
      • Optional additional employee life insurance – employee paid
    • Accident, critical illness and cancer polices are also offered – employee paid
    • Retirement – The District and employee contribute equal shares to the Wisconsin Retirement System. The District also offers 403(b), Roth 403(b) and 457 plans (no District contribution). 

    New teachers shall participate in the District's Mentor/Mentee program for a period of one year.

      Portrait of a Graduate

      • Portrait of a graduate GraphicThe process of creating and implementing a Portrait of a Graduate was a community effort. We brought together students, families, staff, teachers, community advocates and leaders, business and civic leaders, non-profits, and school administrators to create a North Star for our students and our community. That North Star is our Portrait of a Graduate. This Portrait will ensure that we continue to provide a strategic, engaging, and collaborative educational experience and learning environment for each and every student in our District.

        It was months of work, including meetings that sought out input, ideas, thoughts, and visions; lots of opportunities for feedback through surveys and conversations; and finally, the selection of the design and words that best reflect our students and their future. Those words and attributes are Fearless Learner, Ambitious Innovator, Global Contributor, Resilient Leader, Critical Thinker, and Effective Communicator.

        The Beloit Memorial High School Academies create an environment of learning and growth that prepares and inspires each student to succeed in life and contribute to an ever-changing world. Beloit Memorial High School Graduates are Career, College, and Community Ready thanks to our Academies, Community Partnerships, and our Portrait of a Graduate. 

        "This was a great opportunity for me to join community stakeholders in developing new and innovative ways to connect and engage students in our school district. It's been exciting to be a part of a team that is rolling up their sleeves to ensure that every child has the tools they need to get an excellent education and a bright future. The Portrait of a Graduate will enhance our school district and positvely impact the community. This document is an educational roadmap we can follow which will help our students throughout their educational journey as they reach their destination of success."
        Ms. Regina Dunkin, City of Beloit Council Member, Community Leader and Advocate

        "I enjoyed the opportunity to not only share my experiences having been a graduate of the School District of Beloit, but also collaborating not only with community partners, but also educators in helping shape the path for the future. I believe the Portrait of a Graduate will be a great resource for the community, as it sets the foundational outline for the future graduates of the School District of Beloit."
        Mr. Mark Rand, Chief Executive Officer, Stateline Boys and Girls Club

        "Strong school districts and schools add significantly to a community's ability to sustain an able and ready workforce and a future workforce pipeline. To create long-lasting and stable economic growth in our region, we must continue to collaborate and engage with our school district and students. I value the work that is being done at the School District of Beloit and the development of a Portrait of a Graduate." Ms. Jen Hall, President and CEO, Greater Beloit Economic Development Corporation

        "The opportunity to participate and engage in a community-wide project that will benefit all students in the School District of Beloit and our community at-large was very inspiring. I appreciated being a part of a committee that included community and business leaders, staff and students from the high school, and representatives of the city of Beloit. The Portrait of a Graduate is a vision for today and the future, and it ensures all graduates have the skills necessary to thrive in life and in their chosen path." Ms. Tara Dunn, Public Housing Coordinator, City of Beloit 

        "I had a great experience participating in the Portrait of a Graduate. The District was steadfast in the process and inclusive with the community make-up and participation. This document is so important in moving the District forward. By involving the business community in this process, it allows for a continued and engaging partnership with the School District of Beloit to develop a talent pipeline in the greater Beloit area that starts with our students!"  Ms. Aimee Thurner, Executive Director, Greater Beloit Chamber of Commerce

      SDB Blog

      • Beloit Memorial High School Expo: The Little Engine That Could

        By: Monica Krysztopa
        Chief of Communications and Marketing, School District of Beloit

        "We, like that little engine, may be small. Still, with the collaboration of our business, community, and higher education partners, we are making big strides and are positively impacting our students, district, and community. We embrace the lessons from that story and believe in the memorable phrase, “I think I can, I think I can.”

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      • #BMHSProud: An Ambassador of Beloit Memorial High School

        By: Angelina Hernandez
        Junior, HHES Academy, Beloit Memorial High School

        "This is my first year as a Knight Ambassador, and I am enjoying the opportunity to be a positive student voice and share the many attributes and successes in our high school and with my classmates."

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      • Thank You Volunteers

        By: Maria Acevedo
        Community Outreach Liaison, School District of Beloit

        "Our District is lucky to have nearly 1,200 volunteers, they are a big part of our success. We embrace and value their work and commitment to our students. There is a wonderful quote by Elizabeth Andrew, “Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they just have the heart.” We thank our volunteers for their heart and time."

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      • How BMHS Prepared Me for College

        By: Natalie Bosco
        BMHS 2022 Graduate

        "I am very happy and proud to say that Beloit Memorial High School prepared me for college through its academy system, class variety, and internship opportunities. I am confident in the post-high school decisions that I was aided in making through my high school experience. #BeloitProud"

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      • Gaston Walking School Bus

        By: Fonda Lewis
        Principal, School District of Beloit

        "On average, 13 students joined the “ walking bus” route each school day. One day, there were even 23 students on the “bus”! Our yearly school-wide student attendance rate increased from 83% in the 2021-2022 school year to approximately 90% for the 202-2023 school year."

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      • BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month

        By: Melissa Beavers
        Executive Director of Pupil Services, School District of Beloit

        "The month of July has long been recognized as a significant month to acknowledge and explore the critical issues surrounding mental health challenges and substance use disorders within Black and marginalized racial groups. July is Bebe Moore Campbell National Minority Health Awareness Month, also known as BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month."

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      • Looking for the Bright Spots

        By: Dr. Kelley Grorud
        Director of Instructional Leadership and STEAM, School District of Beloit

        "As we move through summer and into a new school year, I encourage you to ask students, teachers, and district staff about the many bright spots they know about in our district. There are so many positive stories we can learn from and that we should share."

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      • Graduation Speech: Class of 2023 is Rich in Diversity

        By: Baylor Denu
        BACH Academy Student and Senior Class President, Class of 2023

        "Our Beloit Memorial Class of 2023 is rich in diversity...Our Beloit Memorial Class of 2023 is rich in the ability to overcome adversity and to adapt...Our Beloit Memorial Class of 2023 is rich in experiences...Our Beloit Memorial Class of 2023 is rich in education...Our Beloit Memorial Class of 2023 is rich in relationships."

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      • Graduation Speech: Life is a Book

        By: Aurora Miller
        HHES Academy Student and National Honor Society President, Class of 2023

        "One person gave me advice that has stuck with me to this day, and because of that, I want to share it with all of you. She told me that life is like a book. Every person, place, thing, event, it all has a place in this book. Whether it be a word, sentence, page, or chapter, it is all somewhere in our book, the story of our lives."

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      • Servant Leadership

        By: Jennifer Schieve
        Principal, Fruzen Intermediate

        "In my first year as Principal of Fruzen Intermediate School, being committee to and implementing servant leadership has profoundly impacted our school’s culture."

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      • SDB Highlights

        By: Monica Krysztopa
        Chief of Communications and Marketing, School District of Beloit

        "The School District of Beloit offers our students amazing opportunities with academics, athletics, activities, arts, real-world experiences, and more. Now is the time to share all the good things that are happening in our district."

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      • Student Health and Well-being

        BY: Ms. Shana Leith
        FoodWIse Program Administrator, UW-Madison Division of Extension

        "UW-Madison’s Division of Extension FoodWIse program has been fortunate to partner with the School District of Beloit for many years to provide nutrition education. We love spending time with students and introducing them to foods they may not have tried before, reinforcing the importance of breakfast, or even increasing their knowledge about healthy eating habits."

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      • Back to School Balance

        By: Tawny Morrison
        Education Communications Specialist, PBS Wisconsin Education

        "We want to share just a handful of the free resources and helpful tools available to help young learners start school, engage students with educational materials, and provide professional development opportunities for educators."

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      • Live with Integrity and Follow Your Passion

        By: Emily Pelz
        Principal, Beloit Memorial High School

        "You’ve grown into confident young adults who have significant things to say and special talents to share."

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      • Life is Full of Moments and Living Life is Full of Infinite Possibilities

        By:Dr. Dan Keyser
        Superintendent, School District of Beloit

        "Life is full of moments, and living life is full of infinite possibilities. It can be written and rewritten. Your life is not defined for you, but you define your life."

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      • Learning, Sharing, Engaging: My Internship with Communications and Marketing

        By: Natalie Bosco
        BMHS 2022 Graduate, BACH Academy, SDB Communications and Marketing Intern

        "I was honored to be the first intern for the communications and marketing department with the School District of Beloit. This internship taught me many things that I will take with me to college and in my future career."

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      • Learning Happens Everywhere

        By: Marci Glaus
        Education Communications Manager, PBS Wisconsin Education

        "We at PBS Wisconsin Education are thrilled to join several learning spaces in Beloit for fun learning events for children and professional development opportunities for educators. If you are looking for playful events or good ideas for keeping kids busy and learning this spring and summer, we happily invite you to explore with us!"

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      • Beloit Memorial High School's Newest Collaboration with Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG)

        By: Emily Pelz
        Principal, Beloit Memorial High School

        "At Beloit Memorial High School, we are always looking for ways to collaborate with partners and organizations to enhance our student’s high school experience. Our number one goal is to graduate all of our student’s career, college, and community ready."

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      • Why Art Matters

        By: Kathryn Buchanan
        Art Teacher, Gaston Elementary School

        "I love making art with my students and seeing them create new ideas from our discussions. Art is so much more than creating a finished product. Art can be many things to every person, regardless of their age, cognitive level, race, or socioeconomic status. Anyone can make art."

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      • Music, the Sound of My Heart

        By: Mathew Anderson
        Choral Director, Beloit Memorial High School

        "Music in our Schools month is a moment to celebrate the wonderful joy of teaching the whole student through music. Music education is as much about teamwork as it is also about individual work. It fosters a growth mindset and a spirit of adversity and grit vital to our student’s success when they leave the School District of Beloit."

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      • Black History Month

        By: Brandye Hereford, Principal, Merrill Elementary School

        "I enjoy honoring my culture, not just the African American experience but the African American experience in Beloit, and learning about how the first African Americans in Wisconsin settled in Beloit, with dreams of making a better life working for corporations up north."

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      • Showing Self-Care This Valentine’s Day

        By: Ms. Gisela Mejia Delgado and Her 2nd Grade Class at Hackett Elementary School

        "This month, my class spent some time exploring ways to practice self-care and we’ve come up with some ideas on how to love ourselves a little more."

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      • Why I Love Being an Elementary School Principal

        By: Brandye Hereford, Principal, Merrill Elementary School

        "As a Principal of a 4K-3 elementary school, I understand that we are the first school experience for students. I love being a part of setting an educational tone and experience for students and providing that foundation for their education"

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      • I Believe in our Kids, our Teachers, and our Community

        By: Deb Prowse, Career Academy Coach, Beloit Memorial High School

        "Beloit is my home. I bleed purple. I believe in our kids, our teachers, and our community and am hopeful that the academies will help many more of our students have a high school experience that will allow them to explore interests, find relevance in their course work, to find ways to grow as a community member, so they are well-prepared for whatever path they choose after high school."

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      • Giving Back to the Community that Raised Me

        By: Danielle Marx, Director of Human Resources, Stateline Family YMCA and Stateline Boys and Girls Clubs

        "Once I settled into a career in the Beloit community, I quickly found a way to give back. Almost exactly ten years after graduating, I found myself back in the halls of BMHS volunteering as an interviewer for the practice interview program. To say I fell in love with the impact this program makes is an understatement."

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