Apr 05, 2018
Greetings, High Performing School Services has an opening for a full-time Teacher at one of its locations in Eastpointe, that I thought may interest you. If you’d like to proceed or learn more about this opportunity, please send your resume to Scott Gillen at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us via our website at www.hpschoolservices.com . Position Summary: As a year-round employee, the Teacher creates and facilitates a leaning environment that meets the needs of all students assigned to the classroom by the Academy. The Teacher delivers the planned curriculum to students during the school day; participates actively as a member of professional learning communities and NCA committees; attends Academy events such as orientation and Parent/Teacher conferences; attends planned professional development sessions; tutors after school once per week or sponsors an after-school activity one day per week; and performs administrative tasks as directed. As an employee of HPSS, assigned to the faculty of Eaton Academy, The Teacher will follow all procedures and policies as established in the HPSS Employee Handbook. Qualifications: • Shall possess a valid MI Teaching Certificate with the appropriate endorsement(s) for all subject area(s) being taught. • Must have evidence of meeting highly qualified requirements, as defined by No Child Left Behind. • Must assume responsibility for following state guidelines to keep certification current and valid. • Criminal background check and criminal history check required. Physical Requirements: Capable of performing the physical requirements of the position which include, but are not limited to: • Lifting up to 30 pounds (such as textbooks, moving student desks, lifting boxes of Xerox paper, etc.). • Standing and moving about the classroom during class time, which may be as much as four-six hours per day to adequately monitor and interact with students. • Sitting for extended periods of time such a test taking, staff meetings and student activities. • Ability to maintain consistent and regular attendance as an essential function of the position. • Adequate vision, hearing and speaking levels in order to hear students, see and grade documents and speak clearly and with sufficient volume for all students in class to hear. OUR VISION HPSS believes that academic quality and student success is the primary focus for all decisions. Our mission is to create and sustain High Performing Schools by enacting systems to promote high levels of student achievement, staff expertise, and stakeholder involvement. OUR PURPOSE HPSS believes that academic quality and student success should be the primary focus for all decisions. Our mission is to create and sustain High Performing Schools by enacting systems to promote high levels of student achievement, staff expertise, and stakeholder involvement. OUR MISSION HPSS will work with schools to embody the seven indicators of high performing schools which are: Aligned and Rigorous Curriculum, Effective Instructional Practices, Use of Assessment Data, Culture Focused on Student Achievement, Shared Leadership and Collaboration, Focused Professional Development, and Parent and Community Involvement. WHY HPSS Managing the performance of your school is vital to the effective delivery of a high quality, results-oriented instructional program. We utilize indicators of high performing schools as the foundation for a continuous improvement process that focuses on aligning practices, policies, and programs to achieve school performance goals and achievement targets. Together, we will develop four-year strategic plans for curriculum, technology, and resources which are aligned with the Education Plan, School Improvement Plan, and the budget. Our goal is to create and sustain high performing schools to increase achievement for all students. APPROACH HPSS utilizes Data Driven Decision Making (DDDM) by working with staff to develop a culture of using data to inform instruction, to transform the classroom, and to provide targeted and focused lessons that meet the individual needs of every student. HPSS implements a Response to Intervention (RtI) program that allows for whole group instruction and intervention; small group targeted and focused instruction and intervention; as well as intensive student support. HPSS utilizes Technology to Enhance Instruction (TEI) while redefining schools by implementing student-centered learning, facilitated by experts in content, supported by educational technology, while being housed in traditional school buildings. Technology is not the solution; it provides the structure to support the system that will fundamentally change the way we “do” school.
Eaton Academy Eastpointe, MI, United States Full time