Apply for this job Bachelor?s degree in education or human services area Eligible for Teacher or Support Area Licensure 2+ years experience in education, mental health, or related community service with youth Master?s degree in education or human services, emphasizing K-12 social development, teacher or support Services Licensure desirable Administrative experience in education or mental health
Monitors students on probation. Monitors students with criminal records. Maintains a safe and orderly environment. Monitors attendance/discipline for an assigned segment of the student population and follows up in cases of unexcused or excessive absence. Assists with the development of and implements the discipline plan for the school, including implementation of the district Safe School Plan as it pertains to school strategies and procedures. Supervises the activities of the campus security associate, responsible for coordinating school security (scheduling for CSA) and Safe School Audits, and the ISS program as it relates to achievement of the discipline plan. Assists with the supervision and monitoring of student activities such as lunch, class changes, assemblies, concerts, dances and sporting events. Develops and coordinates behavior management programs; assists school administrators in the areas of behavior management, discipline and classroom management. Observes and documents behavior of individual students; maintains accurate logs of student progress. Consults with teachers and parents of students about specific behaviors of students; participates in parent conference as necessary. Provides for student and parent due process in accordance with provisions of federal, state and school system rules and regulations; ensures confidentiality of all student records. Works cooperatively with social services and community agencies in accessing resources for students and their parents.
Position Type: Full-time
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