Part Time (.8 FTE) English/Language Arts Teacher for Mahtomedi High School starting 2016-17 School Year.
Occupational Therapist (.6)
POSITION SUMMARY: To evaluate children with disabilities; provide treatment and consultation services for and on behalf of children that qualify for occupational therapy services; and communicate with education personnel, parents and community agencies. School-based occupational therapy is designed to enhance the student’s ability to fully access and be successful in the learning environment. The Occupational Therapist helps students restore or maintain function, foster normal development and where feasible, prevent further disabilities through the selection of purposeful activities. The Occupational Therapist facilitates improvement of the student’s physical, emotional, sensory and/or perceptual deficits. REPORTS TO: Building Principal, Student Services Director. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Screening or evaluation of a student’s current performance in areas of concern, the modifications or attempts that have been made to solve the problems, and results of those attempts. 2. Collecting information regarding a child’s performance using various methods from multiple settings and sources determining a child’s current functional abilities in performance areas (activities of daily living, work/productive activities and play/leisure activities) as compared to the expected performance. 3. Determining a child’s current functional abilities within performance contexts, including temporal context and physical, social, and cultural environmental contexts, as compared to the expected performance. 4. Developing goals related to academic and nonacademic performance and recommend OT service delivery when educationally necessary (IEP). 5. With other members of the team, write objectives that reflect the student’s needs in the educational setting (IEP). 6.Developing an OT intervention plan. 7.Planning for and delivering OT services according to the frequency and duration listed on the IEP. Developing and implementing a plan of data collection to provide objective basis for decision making. 8.Provide intervention that enhances the child’s functional abilities. 9.Make recommendations for altering intervention plans as indicated by a child’s performance. 10. Lead meetings, conferences, and informal interactions as requested. 11. Document child’s performance, phone calls, meetings, and such in child’s OT record. TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: All OTs who practice in Wisconsin, regardless of the type of setting, must be licensed by the Department of Regulation and Licensing, Occupational Therapy Affiliated Credentialing Board, and practice in accordance with these rules. A combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above. Knowledge of: -Occupational therapy principles; -Various equipment and programs related to occupational therapy; -Child development; -Teaching and principles; -Collaboration and Counseling principles. Skill in: -Using various strategies and equipment in providing occupational therapy; -Counseling parents and teachers about the issues related to child development; -Operating a computer and applicable software; -Communication, interpersonal skills as applied to interaction with coworkers, supervisor, the general public, etc. sufficient to exchange or convey information and to receive work direction.
Assistant Principal – East Ridge High School
POSITION SUMMARY: Assist the building principal in performing instructional leadership and management of the educational program to maximize student learning. Assist with managing, evaluating and supervising effective and clear procedures for the operation and functioning of the school consistent with the philosophy, mission, values, goals and strategic plan of the school district. This includes instructional programs, co-curricular activities, and student management systems to ensure a safe and orderly climate, building maintenance, program evaluation, personnel management, office operations and emergency procedures. PRIMARY JOB FUNCTIONS: 1. Assist the principal in the overall operation of the school and serve as a building instructional leader. 2. Support a school culture focused on learning and continuous improvement. 3. Establish and promote high standards and expectations for all students and staff for academic performance and personal responsibility. 4. Assist with developing and administering annual master schedule for instructional programs, ensuring sequential learning experiences for all students. 5. Continually monitor student progress and outcomes. Work with staff to improve student learning and achievement. 6. Establish and maintain effective communication and public relations with staff, students, parents and community members through all programs and activities. 7. Assist in preparing and managing budget for the building, maintain accurate budgetary records as required by district policies and procedures. 8. Support creating a high performing staff through effective hiring and evaluation systems. Develop, coach, train, mentor and discipline staff as directed. 9. Ensure compliance with all laws, school board policies and school district procedures. 10. Assist with supervising the instructional programs of the school on a regular basis to ensure the use of effective instructional strategies, content and materials consistent with research on learning, student growth and development. 11. Ensure a safe, orderly environment that encourages staff and students to take responsibility for behavior and creates high morale among staff and students. 12. Establish a professional rapport with students and staff. Display the highest ethical and professional behavior and standards when working with students, parents and school personnel. Serve as a role model. 13. Participate in professional development workshops, activities and seminars. 14. Perform other duties as assigned.
Description: 1.0 FTE, 9-12 PhysicsTeacherneeded for the 16.17 School Year. Job Summary: Creates a classroom environment that fosters student learning and personal growth. Provides instruction in content area in accordance with each student’s ability, establishes effective working relationships with students and parents, works collaboratively with other staff members.
Spanish Teacher Chaska Middle School West & Chanhaseen High School For More Information contact: Sheryl Hough at [email protected] Starting Date: Fall 2016 Days/FTE: 185 days; 0.6 – 1.0 FTE (Position will be a minimum of .6 FTE with the potential of increasing up to a 1.0 FTE) Banded/Graded: C-5-2 Responsible To: Building Principal Qualifications: Valid State of Minnesota Licensure in K-12 Spanish Interview Process to Begin 4/10/2016 Major Job Functions; Specific Tasks/Required Knowledge, Ability and Skills: see website Compensation and Yearly Duration of Employment: Compensation will be determined by District 112 and the Chaska Education Association (CEA). Background check will be conducted. If you are changing positions or the number of hours you work, your benefits may change. Please make sure to check the eligibility as listed in the above agreement. If recommended for employment, applicant will provide proof of legal right to work in the United States if required. Application Procedure: Please apply online at: http://www.district112.org (only online applications will be accepted)
Part Time Spanish Teacher at Mahtomedi High School for the 2016-17 School Year.