REACH Charter School | Denver, CO


Current Openings
Position Opening:         Principal

Overview: The Principal of REACH will serve as the instructional leader, maintaining a clear vision and commitment to:  (1) the school’s mission of providing a high-quality, inclusive education in a public Pk-5 charter school; (2) lead parents and teachers in collaborative processes to support the school’s mission; (3) prioritize the development of a thriving, welcoming school community whose participants are dedicated to  the well-being and growth of all members of the community; (4) oversee and maintain excellence in the educational program, business processes, and community involvement; (5) support, mentor and empower the teaching staff in decision-making and best practices; and (6) provide accountability to the Board of Directors and the district.

Please see the detailed job description here.

Interested candidates should submit: (1) a current resume, (2) a cover letter describing experience with inclusive education, and (3) a list of references to Board Member and search committee chair Dr. John Ronquillo at with the subject line “REACH Inclusive Principal Search.”  Applicant evaluations will begin immediately. Position will remain open until filled.  Please no phone calls.


Position Opening:           Substitute Teachers

Bachelor’s degree required, Please email your resume to employment@reachpk5,org.


REACH is a Denver Public Schools charter elementary school created to provide a fully-inclusive learning environment for children with diverse abilities and backgrounds. Opened in August 2015, REACH will enroll students from preschool (ECE) through Grade 4 In 2017-18.

REACH celebrates each individual child and uses a team teaching, transdisciplinary service delivery model to provide instruction which is differentiated to address multiple learning styles and different abilities. Teachers work closely with families to support the whole child.

The ideal candidate for positions at REACH is someone who holds the unshakeable belief that every child can succeed and who desires to be part of a close-knit professional learning community that welcomes the challenge of new initiatives.  S/he should not only possess the specific job-related experience and skills, but should also be an excellent communicator and a collaborative, creative problem-solver.

For employment Inquiries, please call the REACH office at 720.668.9691 or email us.