Cardington-Lincoln Schools ( learn more )

Educational Service Center of Central Ohio (ESCCO)

Cardington, OH ( map )

Job Details

  • Job ID: 3943428
  • Application Deadline: June 30, 2022
  • Posted : June 23, 2022

Job Description

The following certified vacancy is available for the 2022-2023 school year:


1.  General Teacher Application

For use when directed by an administrator

The District

Cardington-Lincoln Local Schools is located in Morrow County about an hour north of the Columbus metropolitan area. The district educates just over 1,000 students in three banded schools. The elementary school serves grades pre-K through 4. The middle school is grades 5 and 8 and the high school is grades 9 through 12.

Cardington-Lincoln has had a long and proud history of high academic achievement throughout the state and nationally. Their mission is to lead ALL students to college, career and civic readiness. Both the High School and Elementary School have been named to ODE’s Schools of Promise and the Elementary was named a National Blue Ribbon School by the US Department of Education.  The district’s agricultural education and the FFA chapter have earned numerous individual and chapter awards. Project Lead the Way and High Schools that work initiatives have seen significant growth and success with pre-engineering students. 

The district offers additional opportunities through arts, athletics and other co-curricular activities. Important educational partners include the ESC of Central Ohio, Marion Technical College, Ohio State University Marion, and Tri-Rivers Career Center. 
Strong community support has allowed the district to do well both academically and financially. In November of 2017, the residents of the district renewed a five-year 0.75% income tax that allowed the district to pursue expanded programs and opportunities for its students.


The Community

Cardington-Lincoln Local Schools are located in beautiful rural central Ohio. The district includes the villages of Cardington and Fulton and portions of six townships in Morrow and Marion Counties. 

Cardington is a quiet community of approximately 2,000 residents. Two businessmen, Peleg Bunker and Horton Howard established a carding mill for the purpose of preparing cloth for the garment industry in 1824. The presence of the fiber carding machine led to the name, Cardington. The village was devastated by a major tornado on June 13, 1981 but has persevered and today is home to the Cardington Industrial Park and two major manufacturers, Cardington Yutaka Technologies and Adelet.

Although the district is located in a rural setting, major retailers and the many athletic and cultural events of the Columbus area are easily accessible, giving Cardington-Lincoln residents the joy and comfort of small-town life and the variety and opportunities of a major metropolitan area.

The Cardington-Lincoln Local Schools is an Equal Opportunity Employer and as such does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, ancestry, disability, veteran status, marital status, or any other status protected by law.
  • Position Type: Full-time

Contact Information

  • Kim Edwards
  • 2080 Citygate Dr
  • Columbus, Ohio 43219

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