Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Campus Staffing Changes 2013-14. 12-13 Positions to be deleted from CNA/CIP  Title I, Title II, SCE  Academic Deans (211)  Administrative Assistants.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Campus Staffing Changes 2013-14. 12-13 Positions to be deleted from CNA/CIP  Title I, Title II, SCE  Academic Deans (211)  Administrative Assistants."— Presentation transcript:

1 Campus Staffing Changes

2 12-13 Positions to be deleted from CNA/CIP  Title I, Title II, SCE  Academic Deans (211)  Administrative Assistants (211)  Intervention Specialist (164)  Mariachi Instructional Assistant (211)  Campus Technical Support Spec (211)  Instructional Coaches (255)

3 13-14 Personnel to include in CNA/CIP  Title I  Parent & Family Liaison (All Levels)  Campus Instructional Specialist (MS)  PreK Teachers (ES, Academy)  PreK Assistants (ES, Academy)  Head Start Assistants (Head Start Centers)  Social Worker  Peer Assistant Teacher (211 Campus Discretionary Funds)

4 Campus Instructional Specialist Allowable Duties  Assist campus leadership in creating the Federal and State Accountability Transition Plan.  Review data with campus leadership to determine campus needs for professional development and resources  Progress Monitoring of students per the school improvement plan  Plan and execute campus based professional development  Meet with core teachers to plan instruction  Meet with core teachers to create common assessments

5 Campus Instructional Specialist Non-Allowable Duties  Student Discipline  Chair ARD’s  PDAS Appraiser  Lunch Duty  Testing Coordinator  Supervisory duty at non- instructional events  Program Coordination -RTI/ 504/ Dyslexia/LPAC Coordinator

6 Peer Assistant Teacher  The Peer Assistant Teacher job description will require the teacher to work with students for 50% of the day at the minimum.

7 Peer Assistant Teacher Non-Allowable Duties  Student Discipline  Chair ARD’s  PDAS Appraiser  Testing Coordinator  Lunch Duty  Supervisory duty at non- instructional events  Program Coordination -RTI/ 504/ Dyslexia/LPAC Coordinator

8 Peer Assistant Teacher Allowable Duties  Support students instructionally for 50% of the work day  Assist campus staff for 50% of the work day with curriculum and instructional strategies that will directly contribute to increased student achievement.  Analyze formative data in order to provide targeted instruction  Review data with campus leadership to determine campus needs for professional development and resources  Improve teaching through a variety of methods, i.e., coaching, model teaching

9 13-14 Personnel to include in CNA/CIP  Title II  Assistant Principal (All Levels)  SFA Facilitator (ES)  Diplomas Now Coach (HS, MS)

10 Success for All Facilitator Allowable Duties  Support teachers in reflecting on instructional practices in reading  Schedule and organize the administration of SFA program assessments  Work with the principal and the Leadership team to look at data school-wide to better understand the instructional trends  Collect the data necessary for grouping students for SFA reading and determine reading- group assignments  Provide school-wide staff- development opportunities

11 Success for All Facilitator Non-Allowable Duties  Student Discipline  Chair ARD’s  PDAS Appraiser  Testing Coordinator  Lunch Duty  Supervisory duty at non- instructional events  Program Coordination -RTI/ 504/ Dyslexia/LPAC Coordinator

12 Parent and Family Liaison  Participate in scheduled training as required  Assist campus in the recruitment of parents, families and community members to assist with school activities and program needs.  Schedule, coordinate and facilitate parent meetings that provide parents information regarding participation under Title I, Part A to explain Title I, Part A including parent educational meetings. Allowable duties

13 Parent and Family Liaison  Collect, prepare, maintain and distribute materials relating to parent involvement policy, to be distributed to parents and maintain parent resource room.  Serve as a liaison and assist district, school staff, parents and community in gaining an appreciation of the added value of parent education and parent involvement and engagement program; perform home visits. Allowable duties continued

14 Parent and Family Liaison  Lunch duty  Serve as office clerk and/or front office receptionist  Serve as substitute for campus personnel (all levels)  Any out of campus duty not associated with parental involvement Non Allowable duties

15 Instructional Assistant Pre K  Conduct individual or small group instructional activities outlined by the teacher and work with students to develop academic skills  Assist teachers in implementing program objectives that support developmental, behavioral and academic student performance  Assist with instruction or activities inside the classroom environment Allowable duties

16 Instructional Assistant Pre K  Lunch Duty  Serve as office clerk and/or front office receptionist  Serve as substitute for campus personnel (all levels) Non Allowable duties

17 Instructional Assistant Head Start  Assist in the implementation of activities which foster the social, emotional, cognitive and physical development of children  Work with parents as the primary educator in their child’s education  Provide assigned instructional assistance and tasks under the general supervision of a certified teacher or teaching team, including assistance with supervision of students, planning and delivery of instruction Allowable duties

18 Instructional Assistant Head Start  Lunch duty  Serve as office clerk and/or front office receptionist  Serve as substitute for campus personnel (all levels) Non Allowable duties

19 Social Worker  Identification of students residing in homeless situations through campus visitations and outreach activities  Provide case management work to individuals and families using community resources  Support campus personnel through consultation regarding students and parents  With parental permission, conduct social service screenings and intake assessments on students referred for services. Referrals may come from students, parents, teachers, or other staff or administrators Allowable duties

20 Social Worker  Lunch Duty  Student Discipline  Chair ARD’s  PDAS Appraiser  Testing Coordinator  Supervisory duty at non instructional events  Program Coordination – RTI/504/Dyslexia/LPAC Coordinator Non Allowable duties

21 Elementary Reading Teacher  Improving the quality of literacy instruction for all students, so that students leave each grade on level and with a control of the skills and competencies to continue developing literacy  Analyzes formative data in order to provide targeted instruction based on students’ individual needs  Presents students with instructional strategies that engage, motivate and support students in their mastery of the standards  Prepares lessons that reflect accommodations for differences in learning styles Allowable duties

22 Elementary Reading Teacher  Plans and uses appropriate instructional and learning strategies, activities, materials, and equipment that reflect understanding of the learning styles and needs of students assigned  Conducts assessment of each student’s learning and uses results to plan appropriate and targeted instructional activities especially in the core content areas of reading, writing, mathematics, science, and social studies  Conducts ongoing assessments of students’ achievement through formal and informal testing Allowable duties continued

23 Elementary Reading Teacher  Student Discipline  Chair ARD’s  PDAS Appraiser  Testing Coordinator  Lunch Duty  Supervisory duty at non- instructional events  Program Coordination -RTI/ 504/ Dyslexia/LPAC Coordinator Non Allowable duties

24 Diplomas Now Campus Instructional Coach  Ability to improve student achievement through the application of effective classroom practices and instructional strategies  Ability to improve teaching through a variety of methods, i.e., coaching, model teaching, monitoring, data focused dialoque  Assist in the design, coordination, fidelity of implementation and evaluation of the campus/department instructional program  Serve as a campus instructional liaison to the district curriculum and instruction department Allowable duties

25 Diplomas Now Campus Instructional Coach  Plan and execute campus based professional development  Meet with core teachers to plan instruction  Meet with core teachers to create common assessments Allowable duties continued

26 Diplomas Now Campus Instructional Coach  Student Discipline  Chair ARD’s  PDAS Appraiser  Lunch Duty  Testing Coordinator  Supervisory duty at non- instructional events  Program Coordination -RTI/ 504/ Dyslexia/LPAC Coordinator Non Allowable duties

27 PreK Teacher  Analyzes formative data in order to provide targeted instruction based on students’ individual needs  Presents students with instructional strategies that engage, motivate and support students in their mastery of the standards  Develops and implements lesson plans that address the learning styles of all students  Presents students with instructional strategies that engage, motivate and support students in their mastery of the standards  Develops and implements lesson plans that address the learning styles of all students Allowable duties

28 PreK Teacher  Prepares lessons that reflect accommodations for differences in learning styles  Plans and uses appropriate instructional and learning strategies, activities, materials, and equipment that reflect understanding of the learning styles and needs of students assigned  Participates in staff development activities to improve job related skills  Conducts assessment of each student’s learning and uses results to plan appropriate and targeted instructional activities especially in the core content areas of reading, writing, mathematics, science, and social studies  Conducts ongoing assessments of students’ achievement through formal and informal testing Allowable duties continued

29 PreK Teacher  Student Discipline  Chair ARD’s  PDAS Appraiser  Lunch Duty  Testing Coordinator  Supervisory duty at non- instructional events  Program Coordination -RTI/ 504/ Dyslexia/LPAC Coordinator Non Allowable duties

30 Title I Instructional Assistant  To assist teachers in supporting the delivery of instructional and special education services to special needs students and to provide additional support, as needed, to student.  Assist teachers in implementing the student’s academic programs  Work with students who have significant cognitive challenges  Assist in the preparation of instructional materials for students  Work with multiple students who have significant disabilities in the areas of cognition, behavior, motor skills, social skills, sensory abilities and/or mastery of development milestones  Work with individual students or small groups to develop skills and conduct instructional activities, assigned by the teacher Allowable duties

31 Title I Instructional Assistant  Lunch duty  Serve as office clerk and/or front office receptionist  Serve as substitute for campus personnel (all levels) Non Allowable duties

32 Computer Lab Assistant  To assist the teacher and other professionals in delivering remedial reading and math computer assisted instruction to eligible students through instructional and student related assignments  Assist the teacher by working with students individually or in groups  Provide reports on student progress to teachers on a regular basis and to the principal as requested  Assist students with reading skills Allowable duties

33 Computer Lab Assistant  Lunch duty  Serve as office clerk and/or front office receptionist  Serve as substitute for campus personnel (all levels) Non Allowable duties

34 13-14 Personnel to include in CNA/CIP  State Compensatory Education  Reading Teacher (HS, MS)

35

36

37

38

39

40

41 Final Thoughts  Everyone will have a job!  This is Spring 2013, not Spring 2011!  Chance favors a prepared mind… (Louis Pasteur)


Download ppt "Campus Staffing Changes 2013-14. 12-13 Positions to be deleted from CNA/CIP  Title I, Title II, SCE  Academic Deans (211)  Administrative Assistants."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google