*2012-2013 SCHOOL YEAR* - 3 positions available - school TBD
1. Master's Degree from an accredited college or university.
2. Valid Colorado Teaching Certificate endorsed as a K-I2 Psychologist.
3. Such alternatives to the above as the Board may find appropriate.
1. To enable students to derive the fullest possible educational experience from school by promoting their sense of self and by treating any psychological or mental
2. Identify psychologically, educationally, and socially exceptional children and help make recommendations for placement.
3. Conduct case conference and in-service programs.
1. Assess difficulties of referred students through appropriate testing and diagnostic practices.
2. Administer tests and recommend placement for all exceptional students.
3. Help identify all types of exceptional children.
4. Maintain case records on all referred students.
5. Recommend corrective procedures for all exceptional children.
6. Confer with teachers, students, and parents whenever necessary.
7. Consult on the special educational needs of mentally retarded, emotionally disturbed, and slow-learning children.
8. Attend case conferences on placement of individual students.
9. Interpret the school psychological services to teachers and parents.
10. Prepare and submit required reports on mentally retarded children and special education programs.
11. Attend staff, professional, and inter-agency meetings.
12. Perform such other duties as assigned by the Director of Special Programs.
Certified salary is based upon degree status and years of experience. Horizontal advancements are based upon "Graduate" level credits and staff development hours obtained after the last degree was conferred.
Certified Salary Schedule
One year of credit will be provided for each year of approved outside teaching experience up to a maximum of eight (8) years (earned within the past 12 years).
190 days per year