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The EL Resource Teacher works cooperatively with the Program Director, Coordinator, classroom teachers, and building principals in teaching EL students in grades K through 12.

For the 24-25 school year the grade level of the position is to be determined.

Program Responsibilities:

The EL Resource Teacher position requires a combination of program coordination, staff supervision, and education of EL students.

The EL teacher is expected to:

Complete language proficiency assessments and assist with providing appropriate EL accommodations on district assessments.
Develop an annual Individualized Language Plan (ILP) for each EL student, in cooperation with the student’s language support team.
Administer and update annually the acculturation growth of culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) students.
Collaborate and coordinate EL instruction with general education teachers.
Provide assistance and/or EL curriculum materials for classroom teachers for the education of EL students.
Update EL Power school data.
Participate in parent-teacher conferences and IEP meetings for EL students.
Coordinate translators and interpreters for parent-teacher conferences and school events.
Provide training for instructional aides and classroom teachers on appropriate EL methodology.
Annually evaluate the EL instructional aide(s) under their supervision.
Attend Teacher Assistance Team, Child Study, Problem Solving team meetings when an EL student is referred for intervention.
Participate in weekly EL professional learning communities (PLCs) and monthly EL teacher meetings.
Monitor EL students’ grades, attendance, and other applicable data at least quarterly.
Semi-annually monitor progress of exited students.
Maintain EL student records that become part of students cumulative electronic folder

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