The performance elements listed below are for illustrative purposes only and do not reflect an all inclusive scope of responsibilities:
Develops and modifies instructional programs to meet individual needs.
Implements district adopted curricula.
Plans, develops and implements courses of instruction for self and/or substitute designed to achieve District student learning objectives.
Develops positive techniques for improving student behavior and manages the classroom so as to provide a productive learning environment.
Provides assistance and guidance to individual students.
Reports regularly to parents and is responsive to parental concerns.
Maintains student records including daily grades, attendance reports and others as required.
Refers students with special needs to appropriate programs.
Enforces school rules and monitors student behavior in non-classroom settings.
Incorporates the teaching of writing and higher level thinking skills into the instructional program.
Actively participates in staff development sessions as well as department and grade level meetings.
Works collaboratively within the professional learning community of the school and district.
Support building and district policies and goals as appropriate.
Learns new procedures quickly, flexibly and adaptably.
Reports to work with regular and reliable attendance and punctuality.
Upholds board, district and building policies and goals.
Inspects school or district facilities for the purpose of ensuring that the site is suitable for safe operations, maintained in an attractive and clean condition, and/or identifying necessary repairs due to vandalism, equipment breakage, weather conditions, etc.
Good working conditions. Occasional exposure to weather. Moderate physical demand, occasionally required to lift and carry objects weighing up to twenty-five (25) pounds and push/pull with up to twenty-five (25) pounds of force. Must be able to stand and sit intermittently for up to 2 hours per day. Must be able to walk up to 500 feet at a time and climb stairs as needed.
Alternatives to the above requirements and desirable qualifications may be made as the District finds appropriate and acceptable. It is understood that the District has the right to transfer and assign employees to best fit the needs of the District.
Valid and appropriate professional education certificate for Washington with an endorsement in French required.
Additional endorsements preferred.
Highly Qualified per No Child Left Behind.
Demonstrated proficiency with Washington State Essential Academic Learning Requirements and Grade Level Expectations.
Demonstrated knowledge of the curriculum and the needs of students.
Demonstrated successful experience in implementing a prescribed curriculum.
Demonstrated evidence of classroom management skills.
Demonstrated successful teaching experience at the age level and subject to be taught desired.
Demonstrated evidence of data-based improvement of student learning.
Demonstrated ability to excel in a collaborative team.
Knowledge of various instructional strategies required.
Knowledge of varied formative and summative assessment formats.
Experiences and/or training with cultural, ethnic and language diversity desired.
Experience in PLC (Professional Learning Communities) model preferred.
Ability to effectively integrate technology resources in daily lesson plans.