● Address your letter directly to the person who has the power to hire you. It will show that you have done your homework by talking about the company.

● Show interest in the prospective school. a dull cover letter which does not show interest will least likely be able to get you an interview call.

● Do not write more than one page; it will weaken your candidacy.




Elementary Teacher Cover Letter Sample – No Experience


201 Cunningham Boulevard
Havelock, NC 28532

September 25, 2015

Ms. Deborah Michael
Hiring Manager
Holton School District
USD 336 District office,
P.O. Box 352
Holton, KS 66436


Dear Ms. Michael:

I am writing to apply for the position of an Elementary Teacher at the Holton School District. The vacancy came to my knowledge from a friend Ms. Karen Neil who works as a mathematics teacher for grade sixth.

I am committed to create a respectful and engaging environment for children so that they are encouraged to learn and become powerful thinkers who have confidence in their abilities. Moreover, I am able to quickly and easily build positive relationships with students, parents and coworkers.

During my experience as a teacher aide at ABC School, I had the opportunity to interact with diverse student populations including disabled children.. A few of the my achievements include; developed lesson plans that met individual student needs, made examination question papers in a way to triggered child’s ability to think creatively, and regulated teaching standards. All of these strengths make me a strong contender for this position in Holton School District.

I would appreciate the opportunity to meet with you in person and discuss how my teaching and language skills with immense related experience can meet the needs of your school district. I look forward to hearing from you soon at your convenience to further discuss my qualifications. If you need any additional information from my side, please contact me at (231) 399-9999

Thank you for your time and consideration.



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Max L. Martin