The position is responsible for providing a supervised and structured environment for students assigned to the in-school suspension program within a school. Position works with classroom teachers to coordinate the academic activities of suspended students and provides assistance to students in completing the assigned work. Position monitors students and maintains a safe and orderly environment within the in-school suspension classroom.
Associate’s degree required or 60 semester credit hours. Must hold current Arizona IVP fingerprint clearance card.
2 years of experience working with students in a school setting
Experience using technology such as Microsoft Office
Experience or knowledge of 21st Century Learning
Experience in public speaking
Educational experience in a diverse setting
THE LIST OF ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS IS NOT EXHAUSTIVE AND MAY BE SUPPLEMENTED.
Enforces adherence to established rules and regulations of the in-school suspension program and creates an effective climate for learning.
Maintains daily attendance and other records of students assigned to the program.
Serves as a liaison between the classroom teacher and students assigned to the program to obtain and return the student’s daily classwork and homework.
Assists students assigned to the program with completing their regular classroom assignments.
Assigns additional work if the student completes their regular classroom assignments.
Communicates appropriate behavior, school rules, and regulations to students in the program; and explains to students the reasons for suspension and its impact on their education.
Encourages positive behavior.
Guides and encourages students to develop a positive attitude toward learning.
Monitors students who have been assigned to in-school suspension and reviews student progress.
Communicates with parents and classroom teachers regarding student behavior and progress.
Communicates with appropriate school personnel to provide additional support, as needed.
Reports inappropriate behavior by students to professional staff members.
Escorts students during break/lunch periods and monitors hallways.
Reports the effectiveness of the program to the school administrative staff and makes suggestions for improvement.
Models nondiscriminatory practices in all activities.
Ensures communication with teachers and staff regarding the referral process through administration. Emphasizing the referrals to in-school suspension are only assigned through and by administrators.
Monitors campus before and after school.
Attends and participates in staff development and training sessions.
Communicates. Comprehends. Reads. Develops, plans and evaluates in-school suspension program. Collaborates with staff to coordinate student work and support with behavioral concerns. Determines student disciplinary action. Performs functions from written and oral instructions and from observing and listening to others. Utilizes problem-solving techniques.
Work involves the performance of duties where physical exertion is required only to supplement normal sedentary work. Assistance is available in the event heavy physical exertion is required. Work may involve occasional lifting and carrying weights up to 25 pounds. Moderate walking, stooping, bending, reaching and sitting for extended periods may be required as a normal part of the job. Employees may be required to obtain a driver’s license in some instances. Visual weakness must not prohibit the performance of assigned duties. Verbal communicative ability will be required of public contact positions.
EQUIPMENT, AIDS, TOOLS, MATERIALS
Utilizes standard office and educational tech equipment as needed to increase effectiveness.
Indoors. Office and classroom environment. Outdoor. Campus environment. Contact with employees, students, parent and public. Exposure to all weather conditions/temperatures, noise.
Supervision of students during the school day and during extra-curricular activities.
FUNDING SOURCE Impact Aid