EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR (ESY) SUMMER PROGRAM - TEACHER STIPEND OPPORTUNITY (REPOST) (#Stipend)


Randolph Public School District
Randolph, Massachusetts

Job Details
Job ID: 2797276 Application Deadline: Posted until Filled
Posted: May 23, 2017 Starting Date: July 5, 2017

Job Description
Teachers are needed for Randolph's Extended School Year Program. This program provides education and support services to special needs students during the summer. Program operates Tuesday through Thursday mornings from July 5th through August 10th. Program hours are 8:00am to 12:00pm at the Lyons Elementary School and 7:15am to 11:15am at Randolph High School.

Compensation: REA workshop rate of pay for 4.5 hours per day (13.5 hours per week)

POSITIONS AVAILABLE:

Pre-Kindergarten Teacher

The Prekindergarten Teacher is responsible for planning, organizing, and implementing an instructional program for students, ages 3 -5, in a self-contained classroom that are identified with developmental delay, autism and communication disabilities that affect their learning, and to enable them to achieve their maximum potential.
Responsibilities:
• Develop weekly lesson plans that contain all of the required components.
• Deliver instruction utilizing appropriate resources, equipment, materials, technology and instructional strategies.
• Provide differentiated instruction based on the student’s individual level of functioning and preferred learning modalities.
• Provide a positive role model of appropriate and respectful interactions with students and staff.
• Develop, teaches, and reviews clear and concise classroom rules, routines, procedures, and expectations.
• Develop a daily/weekly schedule of instructional and non-instructional activities for each paraprofessional.
• Maintain constant and ongoing communication regarding students and all facets of the program.
• Follow the appropriate chain of command when questions, issues, and/or concerns arise.
• Accurately complete all required paperwork within the designated timelines.
Required: Massachusetts teacher license in Mild/moderate disabilities.
Preferred: Crisis Prevention Intervention Certification (CPI), Physical/Psychological Management Training Certification (PMT), familiarity with and/or experience working with diverse populations in a school setting.


Communication Learning Center (CLC) Teacher

A Communication Learning Center Teacher is responsible for planning, organizing, and implementing an instructional program for students in a self-contained classroom that are identified as being on the autism spectrum which affects their learning and ability to achieve their maximum potential.
Responsibilities:
• Develop weekly lesson plans that contain all of the required components.
• Deliver instruction utilizing appropriate resources, equipment, materials, technology and instructional strategies.
• Provide differentiated instruction based on the student’s individual level of functioning and preferred learning modalities.
• Provide a positive role model of appropriate and respectful interactions with students and staff.
• Develop, teaches, and reviews clear and concise classroom rules, routines, procedures, and expectations.
• Develop a daily/weekly schedule of instructional and non-instructional activities for each paraprofessional.
• Maintain constant and ongoing communication regarding students and all facets of the program.
• Follow the appropriate chain of command when questions, issues, and/or concerns arise.
• Accurately complete all required paperwork within the designated timelines.
Required: Massachusetts teacher license in Mild/moderate disabilities, experience working with children with autism.
Preferred: Crisis Prevention Intervention Certification (CPI), Physical/Psychological Management Training Certification (PMT), familiarity with and/or experience working with diverse populations in a school setting.


Therapeutic Learning Center (TLC) Teacher

A Therapeutic Learning Center Teacher is responsible for planning, organizing, and implementing an instructional program for students in a self-contained classroom that are identified with emotional and behavior problems that affect their learning, and to enable them to achieve their maximum potential.
Responsibilities:
• Develop weekly lesson plans that contain all of the required components.
• Deliver instruction utilizing appropriate resources, equipment, materials, technology and instructional strategies.
• Provide differentiated instruction based on the student’s individual level of functioning and preferred learning modalities.
• Provide a positive role model of appropriate and respectful interactions with students and staff.
• Develop, teaches, and reviews clear and concise classroom rules, routines, procedures, and expectations.
• Develop a daily/weekly schedule of instructional and non-instructional activities for each paraprofessional.
• Maintain constant and ongoing communication regarding students and all facets of the program.
• Follow the appropriate chain of command when questions, issues, and/or concerns arise.
• Accurately complete all required paperwork within the designated timelines.
Required: Massachusetts teacher license in Mild/moderate disabilities, experience working with children with behavioral and emotional challenges
Preferred: Crisis Prevention Intervention Certification (CPI), Physical/Psychological Management Training Certification (PMT), familiarity with and/or experience working with diverse populations in a school setting.


The Independent Learning Center( ILC) Teachers (up to 2 positions, exact number is contingent upon enrollment)

The Independent Learning Center Teacher is responsible for planning, organizing, and implementing an instructional program for students in a self-contained classroom that are identified with cognitive and social deficits that affect their learning, and to enable them to achieve their maximum potential.
Responsibilities:
• Develop weekly lesson plans that contain all of the required components.
• Deliver instruction utilizing appropriate resources, equipment, materials, technology and instructional strategies.
• Provide differentiated instruction based on the student’s individual level of functioning and preferred learning modalities.
• Provide a positive role model of appropriate and respectful interactions with students and staff.
• Develop, teaches, and reviews clear and concise classroom rules, routines, procedures, and expectations.
• Develop a daily/weekly schedule of instructional and non-instructional activities for each paraprofessional.
• Maintain constant and ongoing communication regarding students and all facets of the program.
• Follow the appropriate chain of command when questions, issues, and/or concerns arise.
• Accurately complete all required paperwork within the designated timelines.
Required: Massachusetts teacher license in Mild/moderate disabilities.
Preferred: Crisis Prevention Intervention Certification (CPI), Physical/Psychological Management Training Certification (PMT), familiarity with and/or experience working with diverse populations in a school setting.
The Independent Learning Center( ILC) Teachers will be located at RANDOLPH HIGH SCHOOL


SPED/Math Teacher

The SPED/Math Teacher is responsible for planning, organizing, and implementing an instructional program for students in a self-contained classroom that are identified with varying deficits that affect their learning, and to enable them to achieve their maximum potential.
Responsibilities:
• Develop weekly lesson plans that contain all of the required components.
• Deliver instruction utilizing appropriate resources, equipment, materials, technology and instructional strategies.
• Provide differentiated instruction based on the student’s individual level of functioning and preferred learning modalities.
• Provide a positive role model of appropriate and respectful interactions with students and staff.
• Develop, teach, and review clear and concise classroom rules, routines, procedures, and expectations.
• Develop a daily/weekly schedule of instructional and non-instructional activities for each paraprofessional.
• Maintain constant and ongoing communication regarding students and all facets of the program.
• Follow the appropriate chain of command when questions, issues, and/or concerns arise.
• Accurately complete all required paperwork within the designated timelines.
Required: Massachusetts teacher license in Mild/moderate disabilities
Preferred: Experience teaching Math, Crisis Prevention Intervention Certification (CPI), Physical/Psychological Management Training Certification (PMT), familiarity with and/or experience working with diverse populations in a school setting.

Position Type: Summer
Positions Available: 6


Welcome to Randolph Public School District!

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Randolph (MA), a town of over 32,000, resting about 10 miles south of downtown Boston, is one of the most diverse communities in the state of Massachusetts and is proud to have the 2015 Massachusetts Milken Educator Award winner. Our diverse population of over 3,000 students represents 45 different countries, speaking 40 different languages and dialects including Haitian-Creole, Vietnamese, Spanish, and Russian to name a few. We have four prek-5 elementary schools, one 6-8 middle school, and one 9-12 high school with an enrollment of approximately 800 students. As a whole, our students’ growth on the MCAS has outpaced the State with some tremendous growth. Student performance on Advanced Placement exams continues to be a point of pride and the class of 2015 was accepted into more than100 colleges and universities. We continue to use NWEA as our benchmark assessment measure and TeachPoint to document educator observations.

Prospective Teachers of Color in Critical Need Content Areas (Math, Science, Special Education, and English as a Second Language/SEI) and diverse, experienced Administrators are strongly encouraged to apply.

Equal Opportunity Employer
Randolph Public School District is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender, sexual orientation, marital/civil union status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation or disability, as defined and required by state and federal laws.

Job Requirements
Please submit a letter of interest for the specific position desired and include qualifications (certifications) and experience.
Individuals must commit to the full 6 weeks of the program
Individuals may be requested to attend a 1/2 hour orientation session prior to the start of the program on a date to be determined. Meeting will be held in the Special Education Office at Randolph High School.
  • Citizenship, residency or work VISA in United States required

  • Application Instructions
    Please submit a letter of interest detailing your qualifications and experience for the position

    Application Questions
    There are no application questions required for this job posting.

    Contact Information
    Alpha Sanford, K-12 SPED Coordinator
    70 Memorial Parkway
    Randolph, Massachusetts 02368
    Phone: 781-961-6220
    Fax: 781-961-6235
    Email: sanforda@randolph.k12.ma.us




     
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