Elementary Title I Teacher
Elementary Title I Teaching Position – starting August, 2020
- Must qualify for Nebraska Certification.
- Successful experience desired
- Position(s) to begin August 2020
- BA/BS Degree in Elementary Education.
- Valid Nedbraska Teaching Certificate with proper endorsement(s).
- Ability to write reports and effectively communicate in written and oral form.
- Ability to effectively present information and respond appropriately to inquiries from students, parents, staff, and community.
- Ability to handle stressful situations and effectively manage time and responsibilities.
- Ability to maintain confidentiality of employment and student matters.
- Plans and develops course of study suitable for a particular grade level following curriculum guidelines of the District and state requirements.
- Provides individual and group instruction and other appropriate learning activities designed to teach skills required for specific elementary grade levels using the course of study adopted by the Board of Education enabling each child to reach their greatest educational, physical, emotional and social potential.
- Develops and presents specific lesson plans, using a variety of means; may include, but not limited to, lectures, projects, group discussions, exhibits, field trips, audio-visual and library resources, computers, and the Internet.
- Prepares, administers, monitors, corrects and grades in-school and homework assignments and tests.
- Maintains standards of behavior within the classroom and utilizes established discipline policies when necessary to foster a consistent and productive learning environment.
- Evaluates student progress and participates in scheduled parent conferences and additional parent, faculty, curriculum, in-service, instructional, building and district meetings as required.
- Conducts standardized tests in accordance with District policies and law.
- Maintains accurate student progress and attendance records.
- Takes appropriate action if evidence of learning disabilities or social development issues appear and coordinates consultation, intervention and parent contact or any other required steps in accordance with school policy.
- Recommends promotion and/or placement of students to appropriate classroom situations and programs for ensuing year.
- Communicates effectively with students, parents, building principals and disctrict directors.
- Accepts and effectively completes other responsibilities regarding the operation and progress of the school and/or district.
- Reports cases of suspected child abuse according to state law.
- Complies with Board policies, rules, regulations, and directives.
- Supervises classroom aides and volunteers.
Only minimum duties are listed. Other functions may be required as assigned.
- Complete this on-line application by filling out all sections.
- Include at least three references with email addresses.
- Upload a copy of your teaching certificate, transcripts, resume, and/ or credential file.
If hired, you will be required to provide your official transcripts and teaching certificate to the Human Resources office.
Consideration for positions is determined by the information you list in the Certification and Preferences sections of the application. If your certification is pending, please include the certification you will have.
Position will begin Aug 4, 2020
How to Apply
Apply online at www.nppsd.org
Salary schedule is posted on the district website under District- Human Resource-Negotiated Agreements-2020-2021 Master Agreement.