SECONDARY SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER
DURATION: Full Time (10-month school year) SY: 2024-2025
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Provide direct IEP services to student with disabilities at the middle school or high school level across disability categories (cross categorical)
Knowledge of special education law, IEP development, and assessment
Write IEP in its entirety using a data driven approach to goals and service delivery
Lead and attend all IEP meetings as directed by caseload, inviting team members
Complete organizational tasks that include IEP completion, parent contacts, uploading forms, respond to feedback and corrections, and organize special education files.
Work with a variety of technology including special education and regular education platforms of Infinite Campus, grades, attendance, behavior referrals, google classroom.
Coordinate services with related service personnel and community agencies
Responsible for overseeing and coordinating all special education services for students on the caseload including paraprofessional assignments within the grade level
Communicate with the parents/guardians, special education and regular education staff on a regular basis
Administer, score and interpret academic achievement tests under the direction of the school psychologist
Behavioral knowledge to write plans and implement positive behavior supports plans and behavioral response plans
Research and develop curriculum in line with student IEP services to make goal progress across a variety of subjects integrating Ojibwe culture concepts and activities.
Ability to teach a variety of courses
Demonstrate flexibility with the daily schedule
Support students in general education classes and assist staff with accommodations as needed, work collaboratively with a variety of staff
Complete quarterly progress reports
Assist in transition planning and activities for caseload students who are 14+ years old with the transition coordinator
Participate in school activities as assigned- field trips, assemblies, pow wows, student programs, graduation ceremonies.
Directly responsible to the Director of Special Education.
Certification for secondary special education or provisional license
Experience working with Native American youth referred
Must be support of the LCO philosophy, concept, policy and procedures
Native American preference in employment
Please apply at: https://wecan.waspa.org or submit a letter of interest, LCO School job application form and credentials to:
Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe School
8575 N Trepania Rd.
Hayward, WI. 54843-2191
ATTN: Preston Larson – Human Resource Dir.
Ph. (715) 634-8924 Ext. 1225