Dual Language SchoolsBilingual Teacher

ELITE Public Schools


ELITE Public Schools
Job Description
Classification Certificated
Reports to Principal
Work Year 185 days
Location School, classroom, community settings, students homes
Teachers are instructional leaders and facilitators in their classrooms, and as a part of their collaborative teams. They are responsible for ensuring that all of their students make progress toward meeting or exceeding grade level content standards, and are on track for graduation prepared to enter college and/or career. The teacher works directly with the principal, other instructional leaders, full service community school liaison, program coordinators, family liaisons, and other auxiliary staff to create and sustain an educational environment that is affirming and supporting for students and staff members. The teacher must take advantage of all professional development and coaching opportunities to develop the tools necessary to improve educational outcomes for all students in their classroom. They will be responsible for implementing innovative and effective research-based practices that lead to high academic achievement for all students. Teachers must be able to build powerful and positive partnerships with students and families so that all students are able to benefit from the instructional practices.
Major responsibilities include:
Creates a classroom environment that is safe, welcoming and academically challenging for all students
Teaches relevant common core state standards to ensure that students are college/career ready and that they can demonstrate their proficiency on formative, summative and CAASPP assessment, and other assessment measures
Implements major school initiatives in the classroom and beyond including: Teaching the standards-based core curriculum, creating intervention groups for struggling students and enrichment groups for achieving students, creating a positive classroom climate through the use of Positive Behavior Intervention Support, Restorative Justice, and Trauma Sensitive Practices