Geary County USD 475
Elementary Student Support Monitor
*48 College Credit Hours or the ability to
pass a State Approved Assessment within 90 days of
*High School Diploma.
*Ability to relate to parents.
*Ability to relate to students.
*Ability to relate to
*Ability to relate to administrators.
This individual will work directly with our At-Risk student
population. This position will include but not be
limited to individual, group and classroom
Be pro-active in eliminating diverse behaviors
Ability to maintain regular and good work
attendance and come to work on time.
Ability to work constructively and
cooperatively with others.
Ability to respond to information requests
in a courteous, timely and helpful manner.
Ability to manage job responsibilities while
meeting established deadlines.
Ability to access, input, and retrieve
information from a computer.
Ability to maintain
confidentiality of student and staff information.
The physical demands described here are
representative of those that must be met by an employee to
successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals
with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
The employee performing the duties of this
position is frequently required to walk, sit, talk, hear, bend,
stoop, and reach.
The employee may be occasionally required to
manually lift, move, or carry up to 35 pounds.
The employee is required to interact with staff
and meet the demands of several different people.
The employee is responsible for the work output
The employee occasionally works extended
Vision abilities required by this job include
close vision, distance vision, depth perception, and the
ability to adjust focus.
Help monitor: Breakfast/lunchroom,
playground, hallways, and classrooms.
Will supervise students to assure that they
are maintaining an orderly manner to and from these
Will place students who are
suspended in school, or time out in an appropriate
Will help supervise playground
activities when they have no student.
Assist in providing strategies
for teachers to help students.
Assist in the development of
specific individual discipline plans for students that had
previously been sent to ISS.
Compile a list of students
seen on a daily basis.
Maintain visibility in
classrooms, hallways, media center and playgrounds
throughout the school day.
Complete discipline forms in a
timely manner and give copy to principal.
Report to the principal all
behavior that may result in suspension.
Attend meetings and in-service
as requested by the principal.
Will assist student with
developing and writing a plan.
Will be a liaison between
student, teacher, principal, and parent.
may be assigned by the principal when needed, to assist in
our efforts to serve any student.
Do class presentations when
necessary; Second Step included.
Work with small groups to help
building self-esteem and develop pro social skills.
Supervise programs after school with
students who have missed assignments:
chronically, in school suspension, out of
school suspensions or through absence.
Collaborate with teachers and
students as well as the school social workers to develop
workable solutions that will benefit students.
Other duties as assigned by
Pay will range from $10.97 to $11.97 per
Job performance will be evaluated a minimum of
1 time per year.
June 4, 2012