MUST SUBMIT TRANSFER FORM & RESUME TO MISSION CISD HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICE AT 1201 BRYCE DRIVE, MISSION, TEXAS.
Migrant Middle School Teacher
Campus Principal/Migrant Coordinator
06/25/12 2:00 p.m.
LENGTH OF WORK YEAR:
$41,300 - $58,779
DISTRICT PRIMARY PURPOSE:
To assist and promote Mission CISD in implementing a rigorous curriculum/instructional program that supports migrant student success and achievement.
DEPARTMENT PRIMARY PURPOSE:
To assure delivery of individual/academic services designed to meet the needs of migrant students who withdraw early and/or enroll late, particularly in completing course requirements.
1. Bachelor’s degree from accredited university
2. Valid Texas teaching certificate with required endorsements for subject and level assigned
3. Highly qualified as per NCLB guidelines
1. Effective knowledge of secondary subjects and programs available to assist migrant students who migrate within Texas and the US.
2. Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills
1. A minimum of three years teaching experience
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
1. Provides leadership and coordination of the delivery of supplementary instructional/support services to migrant students in the areas of Reading and Math ONLY..
2. Coordinates with out-of-state migrant educators on course requirements for migrants enrolled in summer and school year programs. Coordinates with receiving school districts.
3. Participates in professional development related to job assignment.
· TMIP Secondary Credit Accrual Workshop
· Region One Migrant-related workshop.
4. Conducts inservice workshops and presentations for teachers on the needs of migrant students.
5. Confers with classroom teachers concerning individual students requiring special remediation help. (Teacher consultations shall be kept in the form of logs specifying the action(s) taken.)
6. Ensures consolidation of credits for migrant enrolled in our-of-state program.
7. Implements a Dropout Action Plan for migrant students.
8. Develops individualized migrant student action plans for PFS students.
9. Coordinates with available programs offering options for credit accrual and recovery.
· Coordinates with district summer school programs, school credit recovery program.
· Meets with each migrant student upon registration to review credits or partial credits earned.
· Collaborates with school registrars and other school district personnel.
· Works with out-of-state school districts in making sure that migrant students are scheduled for courses that are required in our district to ensure that they graduate with required credits and testing requirements. Check with schools outside of Texas to make sure that courses they offer are compatible to our Texas requirements and ensure that when students come back to our district, that grade and course consolidation will be made easier.
· Coordinates and collaborates with the Texas Migrant Interstate Programs for state testing outside of the state of Texas if students need to pass the state test to graduate.
10. Devises and maintains records of all migrant funded activities such as distribution of instructional materials, school supplies, clothing applications, attendance of tutoring, leadership conferences/retreats, and college tours as required for the successful execution of job, and TEA (New Generation System).
11. Works closely with other teachers and the counselors to help the migrant students maintain satisfactory class work, assignments and behavior through the use of scheduled progress reports and report cards and individual review of academic transcripts at the end of each semester.
12. Inservice migrant student on attendance laws, credits, pesticides, college requirements on an individual and/or small group upon enrollment and through the Migrant Club Meetings specified in the agenda items. Documentation shall be kept through student sign-in and agenda.
13. Helps migrant parents to understand the specific problems of the students and the goals and operation of the supplementary instructional services for migrant students, and informing them of problems, and progress. Two meetings shall be conducted on in mid October and the other in mid February. Documentation shall be kept in the form of parent sign-in forms and agendas.
14. Consults with the academic counselor on ways to better serve the migrant students.
15. Intervenes on behalf of students whose concerns put their academic success at risk.
16. Assess tutoring needs and determine tutorial placement for all migrant students.
17. Ensures that all migrant student who are failing, or who have failed TAKS /STAAR exams, attend tutoring.
18. Leads and facilitates meetings for the purpose of preparing learning packets, aligned to district curriculum to assist students as the migrate.
19. Meets with migrant students to issue orientation and need survey at the beginning of the school year and or upon registration.
20. Coordinates with middle school and high school counselors on the academic preparedness and transition of 8<SUP>th</SUP> grade migrant students to high school, i.e., late entry/early withdrawals policies.
21. Develops and implements lesson plans that fulfill the requirements of district’s curriculum program and show written evidence of preparation as required.
22. Prepares lessons that reflect accommodations for migrant students.
23. Presents subject matter according to guidelines established by Texas Education Agency, board policies, and administrative regulations.
24. Plans and uses appropriate instructional and learning strategies, activities, materials, and equipment that reflect understanding of the learning styles and needs of migrant students assigned.
25. Conducts ongoing assessment of migrant student achievement through formal and informal testing.
26. Works cooperatively with special education teachers to modify curricula as needed for migrant special education students according to guidelines established in Individual Education Plans (IEP).
27. Uses technology to strengthen the teaching/learning process of migrant students.
28. Cooperates with other members of the staff in planning and implementing instructional goals, objectives, and methods according to district requirements.
29. Works with administrators, teachers and counselors for effective dissemination of information to migrant students.
Student Growth and Development
30. Helps migrant students analyze and improve study methods and confer with classroom teachers concerning individual migrant students requiring special remediation help.
31. Conducts ongoing assessment of migrant student achievement through formal and informal testing.
32. Be a positive role model for migrant students.
33. Coordinates and collaborates with the Texas Migrant Interstate Program for State testing outside of the state of Texas if students need to take the State test.
34. Performs all duties in a safe manner to avoid injury to oneself and/or others.
35. Performs other related duties as assigned by migrant coordinator.
Mental Demands/Physical Demands/Environmental Factors:
Reading, ability to communicate effectively (verbal and written); interpret and implement TEA policies and procedures maintain emotional control under stress. Ability to maintain accurate and auditable records. Moderate standing, stooping, bending, and lifting. Occasional district wide travel and exposure to students’ home environment.
The foregoing statements describe the general purpose and responsibilities assigned to this job and are not an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties that may be assigned or skills that may be required. I acknowledge I received a copy of this job description.
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The Mission Consolidated Independent School District does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, gender, age, national origin, disability, military status, or on any other basis prohibited by law.