Full Job Description
FTE: 1.0 FTE (School Year Position) Job Goal: Build positive relationships with students, families, staff and the greater Ashland community. Provide high-quality instruction to students. Engage positively and professionally in collaborative teams to regularly analyze data that will inform and adjust instructional practices to ensure student success. Present a positive image in contact with the parents, community, and staff. Properly handles confidential matters relating to students, student records, parents, staff and any other school-related issues. The instructional coach uses special attained knowledge, educational training, and experience to strengthen the skill of the classroom teacher and/or support staff in order to increase student achievement. This position requires, but is not limited to the following: Valid Wisconsin Teacher Certification or equivalent. Master's Degree (preferred). Ability to forge positive relationships with students and their parents/guardians of students. Ability to work collegially with department staff, student services, administration, the faculty, maintenance staff, and community as needed. Ability to facilitate student/parent meetings as needed. *A complete job description is available upon request. About the School District of Ashland: Located on the shores of Lake Superior, the School District of Ashland proudly includes the Bad River Band of the Lake Superior Tribe of Chippewa Indians and the Marengo Valley, as well as the City of Ashland and the towns of Eileen, Gingles, Kelly, Keystone, Pilsen, Sanborn and White River. Known for its natural beauty, Ashland is a wonderful place to live. The region offers an amazing array of recreational opportunities, from hiking the Chequamegon National Forest to fishing the Chequamegon Bay of Lake Superior, along with cross country skiing, boating and snowmobiling. Ashland truly has something for everyone. With the wide-variety of offerings available to students, the same can be said of the School District of Ashland. Built on the tradition of hard work and grit, a strong sense of “Oredocker Pride” is reflected in the school district community. Students are provided outstanding opportunities and feel a sense of pride for the community’s rich diversity of people, ideas, interests and passions. Application Procedure: To apply, please complete an online application @ http://www.ashland.k12.wi.us/ - Employment. In addition to an online application, please upload a cover letter, resume, three letters of recommendation, transcripts and licensure.
District-Wide Teaching/District-Wide Teaching
District Wide (Location subject to change at the discretion of the district and student needs.)
2020-21 School Year
FTE: 1.0 FTE (School year position)
Provide Ojibwemowin instruction for students in accordance with school goals.
Work with Bad River tribal ojibwemowin leaders to establish curriculum for each class level.
Provide student progress reports/grades.
Attend parent-teacher conferences, in services, and workshops.
Identify, recruit, and facilitate cultural activities, speakers, resources, and events within the school in accordance with the District Strategic Plan.
Attend community language meetings to collaborate with school and tribal expectations to graduate fluent ojibwemowin speakers and writers.
Perform such other tasks and responsibilities as assigned by the administration.
Ability to speak and write the Ojibwe Language, and have knowledge about the Bad River Ojibwe culture.
WI State Teaching License required, preference of Indian Language and/or Indian History, Culture & Sovereignty licensure.
Ability to utilize technology for classroom instruction. (Google classroom and Google Suite).
Application Procedure: To apply, please complete an online application @ www.ashland.k12.wi.us - Employment. In addition, please upload a cover letter, resume, three letters of recommendation, transcripts, and licensure.
Thank you for your interest in employment with the School District of Ashland!
The School District of Ashland does not discriminate in employment decisions based on age, race, creed, religion, color, disability, handicap, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship status, ancestry, arrest record, conviction record, or membership in the National Guard or military forces of the United States, or other protected group status.