Deadline to Apply:
Initial review of applicants will occur on February 23rd. All candidates submitting after February 23rd will be reviewed on an ongoing basis.
Summer Program Dates:
Program dates 7/08/2024 through 8/01/2024
Programming runs Monday through Thursday. Pre-program professional development and site meetings will be held prior to the start of the first session and will be time above and beyond the 5.5 hours per day during the program. Applicants chosen for an interview will be asked to provide a completed camp proposal form attached to the posting. Ideas for camps and an example of a completed template are also available in that link. You are able to submit a proposal for a 2 or 4 week camp of your choice. *Limited postions available due to reduction in grant funding. There will be a selection and interview process this year.
Schedule for pre-summer professional development and meetings will be determined by middle of May 2024.
Program hours are 8:00am-1:00pm depending on building placement with an additional 30 minutes of prep time each day.
Seeking teachers interested in utilizing new, creative, and innovative ways to support student achievement through the development of a summer camp learning model. Program will focus on whole student growth and success, building and strengthening strong relationships with students and their families, and supporting social emotional learning. Will be opportunity for some curriculum development and more influence in teaching content. Pre-summer training, prep time, and meetings will be paid time; professional development and program design created in partnership with Student Support Services and Teaching & Learning.
Performs difficult professional work providing a broad range of teaching services or specific learning program, assisting students to develop skills, attitudes and knowledge needed as a foundation for future learning in accordance with each student’s ability, using a variety of teaching and learning methods at various levels to a targeted audience, and related work as apparent or assigned. Work is performed under the limited supervision of the Principal. Occasional oversight is exercised over Paraprofessional or Volunteer.
Teachers will deliver small group and individualized instruction according to curriculum and plan guidelines; will maintain student records as it relates to student achievement including testing; will monitor student behavior.
Education and /or Experience:
BA/BS degree and Middle school experience preferred.
MN Teaching License required
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