High School Principal / Activities Director**Optional**
Ada-Borup Public Schools
Responsibilities:The High School Principal is responsible for the supervision and coordination of all Grade 6 through Grade 12 educational aspects. This individual supervises staff and assists in conducting staff development activities. The principal will provide instructional leadership for approximately 24 licensed and 10 non-licensed staff. The individual will facilitate data-driven decisions to meet the needs of all learners. The principal collaborates with the leadership team to establish budget and spending goals. This vacancy is for a high school which will serve approximately 400 students. The addition of the Activities Director position could be a possibility for the right candidate.
Qualifications:Applicants must be licensed in Minnesota as High School Principal [Preference may be given for candidates with a K-12 Principal license]. Applicants must provide evidence of an excellent record of past professional performance applicable to performing the duties of the position, a minimum of three years teaching experience in a High School, and excellent oral and written communication skills. Successful candidates must also demonstrate excellent human relations skills in a variety of professional settings, including conflict resolution with youth and adults, small and large group facilitation skills, and demonstrated leadership capability.
Position Available:This position begins no later than July 1, 2019.
Compensation:A competitive compensation package will be negotiated commensurate with experience and qualifications. The contract length is 220 duty day per year.
Deadline and Application Process:Please attach a cover letter, a current resume, college transcripts, and three current letters of recommendation to the application. Application available on the district website at http://adaborupmn.apptegy.us/o/ada-borup-school-district/browse/33320 Position will be open until filled. Emailed applications are acceptable at email@example.com
For information contact:
Business Manager/Superintendent as of July 1, 2019
Ada-Borup Public School
604 W Thorpe Avenue
Ada, MN 56510
Ada-Borup Schools is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Ada-Borup School district is accepting applications for a full-time Speech/Language teacher beginning with the 2019-20 school year. A Minnesota teaching license is required. Send letter of application, resume, current letters of recommendation, college transcripts, and a completed district application (found at www.ada.k12.mn.us) to Aaron Cook, Business Manager/Superintendent as of July 1st, 2019, 604 W Thorpe Ave, Ada, MN 56510 EOE Open until filled.
Date of Availability: 2019-2020 school year
Date Closing: open until filled
Ada-Borup Public School District has an opening for a Speech/Language Pathologist. Must be licensed as a Speech/Language Pathologist.
Speech Language Pathologist’s role will be to evaluate the speech and language needs for students, develop Individual Education Plans (IEPs), recommend service plans, maintain records and paperwork, and related work as assigned to identified students in their assigned schools within the Ada-Borup School District. Professionalism, empathy, and a non-judgmental approach are essential when working with students to ensure their safety and growth and in order to help them understand and exhibit appropriate behaviors at school and in the community. A speech language pathologist is member of a team environment, where collaboration, communication, and adaptability are key to the success of the team and the success of the students. The speech language pathologist role is performed following District policy and State/Federal Laws.
- Provide direct and indirect speech and language services to identified students in member district schools and in other special programs.
- Complete speech and language assessments, re-evaluations, and reports and design appropriate intervention programs which meet students' needs.
- Assist with developing student Individualized Education Plans (IEP) including establishing student goals and objectives and completing appropriate components of the IEP.
- Collaborate with classroom teachers and other staff through consultation and by development of instructional activities to meet student speech and/or language needs in the classroom, home, and community environments.
- Observe students in various educational environments and provide recommendations; adapt and/or modify materials; collect data to evaluate student progress.
- Provide direct therapy in areas of pragmatic, expressive and receptive language, fluency, articulation and voice deficits and augmentative and/or alternative communication.
- Provide indirect services through teacher consultation and evaluation review.
- Assist with third party billing.
- Comply with school board policies and administrative practices, including those procedures outlined in the Special Education Staff and Parent Handbooks.
- Help to maintain safety of all students and the environment.
- Attend various meetings and committees; participate in training/in-service as assigned, in accordance to the contract.
- Performs other job-related duties, as assigned.