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Spring Lake Park Schools

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Posted Positions (Contact information can be found at the bottom of the page)

Teaching Licenses (Elementary Education, Mathematics, Social Studies, etc.)| Special Education| Administrative and Other Roles

Position 1:

Elementary Building Sub

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Minnesota

Full-Time

Position Description:

Duties of this job include, but are not limited to:
- Building substitutes are assigned to an elementary school on a daily basis to provide continuity of student instruction, maintain the safety of students in a respectful environment, and work collaboratively with district staff
- The building substitute will primarily cover classrooms when a regular substitute teacher is not available
- Teach all classes and complete extra duties as assigned
- Deliver the lesson plan provided by the teacher
- Assure that students adhere to the school and classroom expectations for behavior
- Model learning and behavior consistent with the expectations for students
- Report to the classroom teacher about student behavior and progress

Teaching Licenses:

Early Childhood| Elementary Education| Preprimary (Endorsement)

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Position 2:

Health Care Specialist, RN or LPN

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Minnesota

Full-Time

Position Description:

Duties of this job include, but are not limited to...

- administer medication;
- manage students with chronic diseases;
- upkeep daily online charting and maintain student health records;
- obtain all health related forms for individual student's needs;
- gather immunization records and follow through with compliance standards;
- submit annual immunization and communicable diseases reports to MDH, by the required deadline;
- screen for vision and hearing;
- implement health related services on Individualized Education Plans (IEPs), as requested by special education or other school administrators;
- follow written emergency plans and Individual Health Plans (IHPs
- consult with other school staff as necessary to promote total health and wellness of students and staff;
- participate in the Crisis Response Team (CRT), as requested;
- provide staff training as needed
- participate in 3rd party billing, as directed;
- uphold confidentiality at all times regarding students and staff; and
- work under the direction of the Lead Nurse.

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School Nurse

Position 3:

School Psychologist Starting 23/24 School Year

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Minnesota

Full-Time

Position Description:

Duties of this job include, but are not limited to…

- serve as a team member in the screening, and evaluation of students to determine Special Education eligibility;
- collaborate effectively as a member of the District's school psychology team;
- conduct parent-staff conferences to interpret findings and give recommendations from evaluations;
- provide professional advice and consultation to students, parents, staff and faculty on all matters related to psychological educational needs and services in the schools;
- research and study the field of child growth and development in order to recognize the academic, social and emotional needs of children;
- provide direct, short-term solution focused counseling services for students; and
performs other duties as assigned.

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School Psychologist

Position 4:

Speech and Language Pathologist Starting 23/24 School Year

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Minnesota

Full-Time

Position Description:

The ideal candidate will provide excellent instruction and case management skills to students with speech/language and other types of disabilities. This includes:

- providing direct instruction to students;
- working collaboratively with school staff and family homes, while managing all aspects of due - process procedures and mandates;
- communicating with parents to provide regular updates on student successes and challenges;
- collaborating with principals, special education coordinator and staff, and professional learning communities, to ensure student needs are being met; and
- maintaining student records of services provided, following Due Process best practices and compliance;

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Speech-Language Pathologist

Position 5:

Long Term Substitute, Secondary Spanish Teacher

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Location

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Minnesota

Full-Time

Position Description:

A successful Teacher at Spring Lake Park High School is:
- Focused on knowing each student by name, strength, interest and need, leading to personalized student work and learning experiences
- Confident in their abilities to teach in multiple modes (Brick and Mortar, Hybrid and Online)
- Able to approach learning from a student centered platform vs a teacher centered platform
- Innovate and can blend learning across multiple subject areas, and regularly collaborate with peers in learning communities within the school and district
- Interested in ongoing communication with families, not only to report success and struggles, but to build relationships
- An educator who can analyze data, set goals, learn individually and collaboratively, implement new learning, and monitor, assess, and adjust practice

Teaching Licenses:

Bilingual-Bicultural (Endorsement)| World Languages and Cultures| Other - All

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Contact Information

Payton

Larkin

Talent Acquisition Generalist

7636005011

Spring Lake Park Schools

1415 81st Ave NE, 55432

Minneapolis

Minnesota

554

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