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High expectations. High achievement for all. No excuses.
About Spring Lake Park Schools
Welcome to Spring Lake Park Schools! We are a vibrant school community serving about 6,200 students from the suburbs of Blaine, Fridley and Spring Lake Park, in the northern Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area. Our district purpose — “High expectations, high achievement for all. No excuses” – provides our focus to meet the unique and varied needs of each student.
Spring Lake Park Schools is recognized for our commitment to personalized learning, creating a culture of innovation and creativity through human-centered design thinking. We are working to create a system – a culture with a methodology and set of processes – where teachers and staff have the freedom, flexibility and invitation to design new ways of learning centered around deepening student engagement to continuously improve student success.
A 1.0 FTE Special Education Due Progress Case Manager position to work with students with disabilities within Spring Lake Park Schools. The position includes case managing students, the writing of IEPs, coordinating meetings, teaching of social skills and behavior management techniques to students, providing consultation to school staff and parents, working collaboratively with school staff in the general and special education environments, and managing all aspects of Due Process procedures and mandates.
The successful candidate will be an individual who …
… firmly believes…
- all students can and will learn, and that their learning can be directly influenced by focusing on factors over which we have control;
- in the need to work interdependently with teachers, school, and district leaders throughout the system, aligning the work of adults around improving student learning by meeting the needs, interests, and aspirations of students;
- in the need to work in partnership with staff to continuously improve practices to enhance student and family engagement, creating the conditions for equity, excellence and student success; and
- in personalizing learning for students, meeting academic, social, and emotional needs and aspirations so that each student feels valued and has a sense of belonging, leading to academic success.
Duties of this job include, but are not limited to…
- develop and provide direct social, emotional, and behavior instruction;
- conduct formative assessment, and monitor progress, to guide instructional planning;
- conduct academic, social, emotional, and behavioral assessments as part of special education evaluations;
consult and partner with general and special education staff;
- maintain student records of services provided, following Due Process best practices and compliance;
- facilitate IEP and evaluation summary meetings; and
- perform other related duties as assigned.
The candidate must be knowledgeable in types of behavioral and academic interventions appropriate for students and must be proficient in aspects of instruction including student and classroom management, assessment, instructional delivery, and intervention. The candidate must also be committed to continuous improvement and professional learning.
Successful candidates will…
- effectively collaborate and successfully communicate regularly with school staff and students’ families to make educational decisions, using family and community resources to support learning;
- facilitate positive interactions between students and teacher, student and peers, and student and other adults;
- regularly assess student learning, as well as students’ developmental, cognitive and social needs, by using multiple forms of assessment;
- use student assessment findings to provide developmentally appropriate instruction to meet student needs; and
- demonstrate a solid knowledge of Special Education Due Process procedures to case manage and maintain appropriate Due Process files.
Must have current Minnesota license in Special Education, such as EBD, DCD, ABS, ASD, or SLD.
Highly competitive salary and benefit package for the region.
How to Apply:
Applications will be reviewed as received and qualified candidates will be interviewed until the position is filled. Individuals who wish to be considered for this position must apply online at https://www.applitrack.com/district16/onlineapp/default.aspx. Only qualified and appropriately licensed individuals will be considered for an interview.
With any inquiries regarding the position, please contact Cyndi Steinke, Management Assistant for Special Education and Student Services at [email protected] or 763.600.5081.
Equity is one of Spring Lake Park Schools’ core values and is essential to our goal of putting children first to ensure college and career readiness. A diverse workforce fuels innovation and allows us to better understand, communicate with, and educate our students. Spring Lake Park Schools will not deny anyone the opportunity for training or employment because of sex, race, religion, color, creed, national origin, marital status, age, sexual preference, disability, or status with regard to public assistance.
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