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Inclusion Teacher for Middle School and High School Science and History Classes

Native American Community Academy seeks to fill the open Inclusion Teacher for Middle School and High School Science and History Classes position

 Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Director of Student Support Services will provide administrative leadership and coordination of the Student Support Services Department including prevention and wellness for K-12. Developing evidence based prevention programming, coordinate activities and implements strengths-based substance abuse and mental health prevention services to youth and families at the Native American Community Academy.

Job Overview

  • The ability to demonstrate an understanding of subject matter being taught while employing a variety of instructional techniques, methods, and media related to the objectives and consistent with the needs and capabilities of the individual and groups involved while collaborating and teaching with the general education teacher.
  • The ability of being a team member in providing FAPE to all students.

Application Process

To apply please visit our NACA Employment Website or contact Azella Humetewa, Middle School Head of School, at

The School Community

The Native American Community Academy (NACA) is a free, public charter school that offers an inclusive setting within Albuquerque Public Schools (APS) that integrates culture, wellness, language, community, family, and preparation for college into each child’s education. Our philosophy is grounded in both Native American traditions and a rigorous, modern approach to academics. We require excellence from our students, dedication from our teachers, and commitment from our parents.

Employment at Native American Community Academy (NACA) is an amazing opportunity for educators who want to make a difference in an innovative setting. Working at NACA means becoming part of a larger community and moving beyond the traditional field of education in a diverse and welcoming setting. The programs are aimed at developing students who not only excel academically, but have the opportunity to integrate the school’s core values and wellness philosophy to become healthy adults and active leaders in the community.