HANOVER SCHOOL DISTRICT 28

Where grade level 13 readiness lives!

WEATHER STATUS:

NORMAL

DISTRICT STATUS:

RED

Employment Opportunities at Hanover

Building Custodian

Summary of Function

Performs all custodial duties

Essential Job Functions

    • Conducts general cleaning
    • Sweeps, mops and buffs floors, vacuums carpeted areas, and cleans restrooms
    • Assists with lunchroom set up and cleaning
    • Cleans tables, wet mops, and spray buffs; sets up tables and removes trash
    • Locks and unlocks building(s)
    • Assists with maintaining necessary supplies
    • Responds to special requests from building administration, staff and other users of the facility
    • Assists with community and school activities as required

Other Duties

    • Performs related duties as assigned

Knowledge, Abilities and Skill

    • Knowledge of building custodial work
    • Ability to perform custodial and related work
    • Ability to communicate effectively
    • Ability to work cooperatively with others
    • Skill in using the tools, equipment and materials of the trade

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CDL training and testing is provided

Driver’s license must be clean of traffic violations

CDL earns higher hourly wage

Daily Routes

Activities/ athletic routes include Saturdays (optional)

Job Type: Part-time

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PARAPROFESSIONAL – SPECIAL EDUCATION

SUMMARY OF FUNCTION: To assist, support, and work closely with teachers, administrators, and other team members in providing educational benefit for students.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: (aligned to “Colorado Paraprofessional Standards”):

Works with individual students or small groups of students to reinforce learning of materials or skills initially introduced and outlined by certified staff. Assists the certified staff in devising special strategies for reinforcing learning materials and skills based on a understanding of individual students, their needs, interests, and abilities. Monitors work, corrects papers, and supervises curriculum-based testing and makeup work as assigned by the certified staff . Serves as the chief source of information and help to any guest teacher assigned in the absence of the regular certified staff. Performs clerical, classroom maintenance, and instructional duties as assigned by the certified staff. Alerts the certified staff to any problem or special information about an individual student. Performs assigned supervision of students during lunch periods, play periods, and on field trips. When requested, serves as a resource person to the General Education Intervention Team and/_or IEP / Title 1/_ESL Team(s).

Demonstrates ethical behavior and confidentiality of information about students in the school environment and community. Participates in in-service training programs as approved. Maintains safe working environment and encourages colleagues to be safety minded in the performance of all school-related duties. Performs other such duties / assignments as directed by the certified staff. Assists as directed by certified staff in the effort to successfully maintain students with special needs in an integrated setting, as determined by the IEP / Title 1 / ESL Team(s).

OTHER DUTIES:

    • Performs related work as required

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ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The following statements of duties, responsibilities, frequency, and percentages are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. These statements are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities required of all personnel within this position. Actual duties, responsibilities, frequency, and percentages may vary depending upon building assignments and other factors.

    • Develops and implements IEPs by maintaining compliance rating of 97 or higher consistent with district requirements.
    • Completes in a timely, accurate manner, roster and caseload reports, as required by the Department of Special Services.
    • Completes documentation and charting required to measure progress on student IEPs per the schedule established by the District.
    • Continually incorporates the use of technology and the presentation and delivery of instruction to students.
    • Continually monitors and adjusts students’ instruction through the use of differentiation in such a manner as to enable the student to demonstrate proficiency toward state standards.
    • Demonstrate effective use of oral and written communications in the completion of daily assigned duties.
    • Differentiates instruction and curriculum to meet individual student needs
    • Coordinates Paraprofessionals schedules to meet the requirements of the IEP’s.
    • Engages students in rigorous, relevant and meaningful learning experiences
    • Promotes critical thinking and problem solving
    • Provides opportunities for student goal setting, reflection and self-assessment
    • Uses assessment to improve learning and instruction
    • Uses a variety of assessments to create a body of evidence to verify student achievement toward mastery of standards
    • Gathers, completes and submits documentation for extended school year (ESy), transportation, change in placement, Para-professional requests and tutors as necessary
    • Provides/coordinates and documents progress monitoring to develop a body of evidence for special education eligibility determination
    • Takes personal responsibility for IEP compliance (i.e. notice of meetings, timeline waivers, parental safeguards, accurate and timely completions of IEP including present levels of performance and required signatures)
    • Monitors student attendance to ensure services and times indicated on the IEP are followed in order to maintain compliance
    • Facilitates communication between building and special services center (i.e. submits spreadsheets, submits IEPs within expected time frames, building audits, etc.)
    • Clearly communicates among special education personnel (teachers, Para-professionals, itinerants) and other district/school staff (administrators, general education teachers)
    • Coordinates student placement in and out of district to provide Least Restrictive Environment (i.e. Building-based programs, center-based programs, and alternative programs
    • Facilitates/participates in IEP meetings. Provides clear, supportive, and accurate information to parents
    • Coordinates/administers and documents progress monitoring in order to accurately complete quarterly progress reports to disseminate to parents
    • Routinely communicates with regular education teachers in regards to specific IEP needs of students within regular classroom environments.
    • Confers frequently with parents and professional staff members regarding the educational, social, and personal problems of such students.
    • Assists in screening, evaluating, and recommending placements of applicants in the school’s special education program.
    • Keep attendance records and all other records pertinent to the special education program for state reporting.
    • Participates in transition planning and preparation for adult life experiences.
    • Must be able to demonstrate competency in directing the day-to-day activities of assigned paraprofessionals.
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To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

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