KIPP Minnesota Charter School

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KIPP is a national network of free, open‐enrollment, college‐preparatory public schools in under‐resourced communities throughout the United States. There are currently 281 locally‐run KIPP regions in more than 25 states and Washington, DC; nationally, KIPP serves approximately 120,000 students. More than 80 percent of KIPP students come from low‐income households, and more than 95 percent are African American or Hispanic/Latino.  Through high expectations for students and staff, world‐class teachers and principals, more time in school, autonomy over budget and curriculum, and a focus on results, KIPP schools prepare traditionally underserved students for success in college and in life. KIPP schools have been widely recognized for their success in doing so, and today, nearly 85% of KIPP alumni nationally have matriculated to college. 

All KIPP schools share a core set of operating principles, known as the Five Pillars, that KIPP believes help to lay the foundation for students to perform at the highest academic levels: High Expectations, Choice & Commitment, More Time, Power to Lead, and a Focus on Results.

KIPP Minnesota Overview

Who we are: KIPP Minnesota Schools is a network of high-performing college-preparatory public charter schools. Next year, we will serve over 300 students in grades K-8 (primary and middle) in north Minneapolis. KIPP Minnesota Schools is a fast-growing, entrepreneurial organization with significant growth plans in the coming years.

What we do: We do whatever it takes to help our students develop knowledge, skills, and strong character. We work relentlessly so that every one of our students has the opportunity to attend college and has access to the life of choice and opportunity that college provides. The KIPP Minnesota Regional Team supports our schools, school leaders, and staff through organizational and academic alignment, business management, strategic planning, and back office functions.

How we do it: There are no shortcuts to success. Outstanding educators, rigorous lessons, more time in school, and a strong school culture support our students as they climb the mountain to college. We work as a team, use data, and constantly reflect to improve our practice. We believe all of our KIPPsters can make it to and through college, and we stay with them every step of the way.

Why it matters: Approximately 1 in 10 students in our communities earn a college degree. We believe this is unjust and unacceptable and, most importantly, can be changed. Nationwide, over 85% of KIPP middle school alums matriculate to college.

Open Positions at KIPP Minnesota Charter School

Middle School ELA Teacher

POSITION OVERVIEW The Middle School ELA Teacher's primary Responsibilities include planning, organizing, and implementing appropriate instructional programs in a middle school learning environment that guides and encourages students to develop and fulfill their intellectual, emotional, physical and psychological growth.

Special Education Paraprofessional

POSITION OVERVIEWThe Special Education Paraprofessional's primary duties include assisting our Teachers with classroom lessons, activities, organization management, supervising students, and providing students with a positive and nurturing guide. The Paraprofessional will deal with students, parents, staff, and the community in a professional manner, and follow and uphold school rules and standards.

Elementary Teacher

POSITION OVERVIEW The Elementary School Teacher is primarily Responsible for organizing, implementing, and providing an educational program where students have the opportunity to fulfill their potential for intellectual, emotional, physical, and psychological growth.

Special Education Middle School Teacher

As a Middle School Special Education Teacher, you are a KIPP Minnesota Instructional Team member and will directly lead instruction with students. Special Education Teachers co-teach alongside a general education teacher in an inclusion classroom setting to support all students and lead small group instructional spaces. They will plan and execute high-quality daily lessons that lead to high levels of student achievement and build and support a school-wide culture of excellence.

Special Education Elementary Teacher

As an Elementary Special Education Teacher, you are a KIPP Minnesota Instructional Team member and will directly lead instruction with students. Special Education Teachers co-teach alongside a general education teacher in an inclusion classroom setting to support all students and lead small group instructional spaces. They will plan and execute high-quality daily lessons that lead to high levels of student achievement and build and support a school-wide culture of excellence.

Science Teacher 5-8

The Middle School Science Teacher's primary Responsibilities include planning, organizing, and implementing appropriate instructional programs in a middle school learning environment that guides and encourages students to develop and fulfill their intellectual, emotional, physical and psychological growth.

Social Studies Teacher, 5-8

The Middle School Social Studies Teacher's primary Responsibilities include planning, organizing, and implementing appropriate instructional programs in a middle school learning environment that guides and encourages students to develop and fulfill their intellectual, emotional, physical and psychological growth.

Physical Education Teacher, K-8

As the Physical Education Teacher you are a member of the KIPP Minnesota Instructional Team and will directly lead instruction with students. The Physical Education Teacher will plan and execute high-quality daily lessons that lead to high levels of student achievement in addition to building and supporting a school-wide culture of excellence. This is a full-time position, based at KIPP North Star Academy.

Music Teacher, K-8

As the Music Teacher you are a member of the KIPP Minnesota Instructional Team and will directly lead instruction with students. The Music Teacher will plan and execute high-quality daily lessons that lead to high levels of student achievement in addition to building and supporting a school-wide culture of excellence. This is a full-time position, based at KIPP North Star.

Art Teacher, K-8

As the Art Teacher, you are a KIPP Minnesota Instructional Team member and will directly lead instruction with students. The Art Teacher will plan and execute high-quality daily lessons that lead to high levels of student achievement and build and support a school-wide culture of excellence. This full-time position is at KIPP North Star.

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