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 5,600 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.
School District of Beloit Overview
School District of Beloit Overview
Mission, Vision, and Values
Student and Staff Diversity
High School College and Career Academies
Arts, Music and Drama
City of Beloit
Thinking Beyond Now
Pensando Más Alla Del Presente
BMHS Students Win Milwaukee Bucks Contest
2021 First Day of School
Black History Month Art Show
BMHS Collegiate Academy
BMHS Twins Accepted to Ivy League School
Merrill Elementary School Artwork Depicts Representation
Skyward Interview: Spreading Joy
SDB Dual Language Immersion Program
SDB Food Trucks
SDB Hydroponic Gardens
One Million Meals
Portrait of a Graduate
The 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
Blog Post: Why I Love being an Elementary School Principal
January 26, 2022
By: Brandye Hereford, Principal, Merrill Elementary School
By: Deb Prowse, Career Academy Coach, Beloit Memorial High School
Blog Post: Giving Back to the Community that Raised Me
December 15, 2021
By: Danielle Marx, Director of Human Resources, Stateline Family YMCA and Stateline Boys & Girls Clubs
Blog Post: Esperanza
November 3, 2021
By: Ariana Bruno, Cristal Peña, Crystal Silva, and Jennifer Silva, Bilingual Home School Liaisons, School District of Beloit
Blog Post: NASCAR
October 20, 2021
By: Joe Vrydaghs, Principal, Aldrich Intermediate School
Blog Post: Why We Must Grow Our Own
July 7, 2021
By: Michelle Hendrix-Nora, Principal, McNeel Intermediate School and Jen Paepke, Assistant Principal, Cunningham Intermediate School
Blog Post: One Million Meals
June 23, 2021
By: Jo Ann Armstrong, Executive Director of Business, HR, & Operations, School District of Beloit
By: Regina Hendrix, Director, Beloit College Help Yourself Pre-College Program and Coach, Knightingales Dance and Step Team
The Alonzo Family
The Barnes-Davidson Family
The Everson-Pearson Family
The Lomaz-Harris Family
The Martínez-Giles Family
The Nora Family
The Ruffini Family
The Vasquez Family
Donna Dooley | Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent
Michelle Hendrix-Nora | McNeel Principal
Brandye Hereford | Merrill Principal
Samuel Karns | McNeel Assistant Principal
Rosamaría Laursen | Biliteracy Instructional Leadership Coordinator
Kati McQueen | BMHS Math Teacher
Carl Newton | 1st Grade Teacher
Kari Oscar | Coordinator of Specialized Behavior Supports
Deb Prowse | Career Academy Coach
Amanda Sellen | BMHS English Teacher
Ryan Steng | Converse Assistant Principal
Alicia Wash | Academic Interventionist
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.
- 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.