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All our staff members share the undying belief that maximizing student achievement is their primary goal. Our Speech and Language Pathologists have a razor-sharp focus on the school’s mission and the drive to meet their key responsibility: Leading scholars to gap-closing academic gains. Scholars must achieve mastery and advanced mastery of grade-level Common Core State Standards to succeed to and through college To meet this challenging, mission-critical goal, the Speech and Language Pathologist will:- Provide small group, individual, and push-in services that are tightly aligned to IEP goals and the general education curriculum in the areas of language, articulation, and fluency- Assist in the development of standards-driven IEPs, maintain organized case files on each scholar with an IEP, ensure all services are in compliance with mandates, attend IEP meetings, and collect multiple sources of data on scholar progress to goals and standards- Provide teachers and staff with strategies and interventions for struggling scholars- Receive regular and ongoing feedback and support from administration and instructional leaders- Serve on the school-based Scholar Support Team and work within a Response to Intervention model (attend weekly meetings, respond to incoming teacher referrals, monitor designated plans, implement short-term interventions, and help determine scholars who are in need of an evaluation)- Collaborate with the school’s leadership team and other committees to support all scholars in achieving high standards
Reporting to the Operations Manager, Operations Associates perform a wide variety of tasks. With exposure to every non-instructional function in the school, Operations Associates build a range of skills. Responsibilities vary by school and personal skills, but may include: Communications - Acts as external liaison for the school- Answers phones and greets visitors- Conveys key messages to familiesFacilities- Maintains the daily operations of the main office- Supports maintenance of school environment as needed- Troubleshoots technology issues in-house and coordinates with external technical supportSupplies- Orders supplies for teachers, students, and administrators as needed- Maintains organization and inventory of supply closets- Distributes supplies to staffStudent Emergencies - Responsible for student bathroom and medical emergencies (taking sick child to health clinic)- As well as some light clean upShipping/Receiving/Distribution- • Receives and signs for deliveries- • Ensures delivery to proper staff memberStudent Records- Collects student attendance daily and inputs into the Student Information System- Updates Uniform Compliance database daily- Maintains student files in compliance with the Department of Education- Enters a variety of data into data trackers and excel spreadsheets Photocopying- Makes and delivers photocopies to teachers- Assists in maintenance and repair of copy machines and printersTransportation- Coordinating bus eligibility in compliance with Department of Education standards- Responsible for bus stop assignments and metro card distribution
Classical Charter Schools Bus Escorts protect and supervise our scholars to and from their homes. Most important is managing behavior, to ensure all scholars are safe and provide the driver freedom to operate the school bus safely. Further, it is important to establish behavior on the bus that matches what will be expected in classrooms. Bus Escorts work approximately 4 hours per day, in two 2 hour shifts. Hours vary by bus route, but bus escorts must be available approximately 6:00am-8:00am and 4:00pm-6:00pm. Daily responsibilities include: 1. Supervise scholars while on the bus, strictly enforcing behavioral expectations.2. Seat scholars based on their behavior and bus stop order.3. Escort scholars in organized lines between the school building and bus.4. Call the school after the last scholar is dropped off, so that staff are able to leave.5. Call the school if a parent is not at the bus stop to coordinate a pick up time.
All our teachers share the undying belief that maximizing student achievement is their primary goal. Our teachers have a razor-sharp focus on the school’s mission and the drive to meet their key responsibilities:- Leading all scholars to gap-closing academic gains. Scholars must achieve mastery and advanced mastery of grade-level Common Core State Standards to succeed to and through college.- Establishing and maintaining a highly structured classroom culture where scholars demonstrate respect, responsibility, caring, trustworthiness, fairness, and citizenship.Our teachers work relentlessly to achieve these challenging, mission-critical goals. Successful teachers:- Study, practice, and execute lessons that lead scholars to master daily standard-aligned objectives, faithfully using our rigorous, classical curriculum.- Revise lessons for clarity, rigor and relevance, with guidance and support from instructional coaches.- Collect and analyze academic and behavior data to pinpoint scholar needs.- Collaborate in teams and with coaches to resolve challenges and implement instructional improvements driven by quantitative and qualitative data.- Proactively seek and implement feedback from team leaders and coaches to improve their practice.Above all, our teachers care deeply about their scholars, who inspire them to achieve life’s greatest joy: doing good work well.
ClassiCorps members are full-time faculty members, and share our undying commitment to maximizing student achievement. Our teachers have a razor-sharp focus on the school’s mission and the drive to meet their key responsibilities:- Leading all scholars to gap-closing academic gains. Scholars must achieve mastery and advanced mastery of grade-level Common Core State Standards to succeed through college.- Establishing and maintaining a “no-excuses,” highly ordered classroom culture where scholars and staff demonstrate respect, responsibility, caring, trustworthiness, fairness, and citizenship.ClassiCorps members receive:- Summer preparation—observing, attending sessions, and leading instruction during Summer Learning Academy.- Intensive coaching, including observations and debriefs with instructional coaches twice per week all three years.- A Masters’ in Teaching—paid for by Classical Charter Schools—completed during the first two years.- Full salary and benefits, starting at $50,000 per year, and rising to $70,000 after their Master’s is completed.All while working to provide a world-class education for students in the South Bronx. ClassiCorps begins in June 2018, with some flexibility for June graduates. Successful ClassiCorps members are encouraged, but not required, to continue their work with Classical beyond the three-year commitment.