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Granite City Community School District #9.
Granite City Illinois is located in Madison County, 15 minutes east from downtown St. Louis. Granite City School District is home to almost 6,300 students and over 500 employees. All our schools are accredited by the North Central Association Commission (NWAC) and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS CASI), the regional accrediting agencies that span the AdvancED global network. Granite City School District has 1 High School, 1 Junior High, 1 Middle School, 2 3rd and 4th grade centers, 2 1st and 2nd grade centers, and 1 Kindergarten and Early Childhood Center.
Below is a list of Granite City School District #9 current openings.
GCSD9 Employment Opportunities
The District hires the most qualified personnel consistent with budget and staffing requirements and in compliance with School Board policy on equal employment opportunity and minority recruitment. All applicants must complete a District application in order to be considered for employment.
**Please fill out the application and the W-4 form.**
GCSD9 District Application
W-4 Form - Must be mailed in or dropped off at central office
Substitute License Fee Refund Request
*The Superintendent or designee shall ensure that a fingerprint-based criminal history records check and a check of the Statewide Sex Offender Database and Violent Offender Against Youth Database is performed on each applicant as required by State law.
Each newly hired employee must complete an Immigration and Naturalization Service Form as required by federal law.
The District retains the right to discharge any employee whose criminal background investigation reveals a conviction for committing or attempting to commit any of the offenses outlined in Section 5/21B-80 of the School Code or who falsifies, or omits facts from, his or her employment application or other employment documents.
Each new employee must furnish evidence of physical fitness to perform assigned duties and freedom from communicable disease.*