Job Openings >> Paraprofessional
Department:Instructional Support
Pepin Academies
Paraprofessional (Exceptional Student Education & High)
Major Function
This employee is responsible for assisting the teacher(s) in organizing and implementing an instructional, academic program.  This employee will work under direct supervision of a teacher or teachers.
Duties and Responsibilities
  • Assisting the teacher(s) with maintaining a classroom environment conductive to effective learning
  • Assisting with duties that require movement of students
  • Demonstrating the ability to check student comprehension of subject matter and providing accurate feedback to students
  • Assisting the teacher with preparation and implementation of lesson plans for students based on assessed needs and in accordance with the district’s philosophy and curriculum system
  • Assembling, adjusting, and maintaining equipment used in the instructional program (includes adaptive equipment)
  • Academic assistance and support for individual and/or small groups of students as directed by and under the supervision of the teacher in the ESE or basic education classroom
  • Monitoring students during community based instruction, on and off campus sites under the direction of an instructional staff member (as prescribed on individual educational plans).  This includes monitoring small groups of students as directed by teacher(s)
  • Assisting the teacher(s) with evaluating student progress
  • Assisting the teacher(s) with preparing progress reports to school personnel and to parents
  • Assisting the teacher(s) with ensuring that each student in the program has the necessary records in his/her permanent record and/or portfolio
  • Supervising students during lunch period and music, art, and PE as needed
  • Performing other responsibilities, as directed
  • Assist teacher with student’s self care needs
  • Monitoring students during arrival and dismissal times
School Expectations: All employees are expected to demonstrate regular and predictable attendance; to support the District’s vision, mission, goals, and Strategic Plan; to engage in civility, respect, and professionalism; and to maintain the professional knowledge and skills necessary to perform the essential duties and responsibilities of their positions.

Minimum Qualifications
High School graduate or equivalent
Ability to relate to students with disabilities
Must take and complete Para Pro test for ESE Paraprofessional

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