SLPs: What You Want to Know About Calvert County Schools

April 19th, 2018 | Posted by bbarr in Education Services

Established in 1654, Calvert County is one of the oldest counties in the United States, so they have had time on their side in their quest to be one of the top school districts.

Calvert County Schools ranks among Maryland’s top districts with an AP enrollment rate of over 40 percent of high school students. The district also has a center dedicated to special education. With plenty of Speech Language Pathologists (SLP) openings for the 2018-2019 school year, this might be the call for your next adventure.

Prince Frederick, Maryland, is a charming town with beaches, state parks and a vineyard. Head over to where the Patuxent River meets the Chesapeake Bay, and you’ll find Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center featuring a walking path amongst sculptures on loan from the Smithsonian Institution and the National Gallery of Art. Charter boats are available if you’re interested in cruising down the Chesapeake Bay.

Washington, D.C., is just 35 miles northwest, so you will never run out of options whether you love cherry blossoms, war museums or top headlining concerts. A little further is Baltimore, yet another great city rich in history with something to fit all taste buds and hobbies.

If you’re an SLP and looking to go back to school on a contract, it’s important you’re in the know about licensing requirements and what opportunities are out there. If exploring this part of our great nation piques your interest, head over to our listings for all the openings in Calvert County Schools. We’re eager to get you back to school in Fall 2018.

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