EL Tutor (2 positions) - GRANT FUNDED

These positions are GRANT FUNDED
Under the direction of the EL Program Director, EL tutors will plan for and provide English language development instruction for students who have been identified as eligible for EL services by the state mandated English language proficiency test (KW-APT or W-APT).
Teaching certificate in EL or Spanish preferred.
Must have an Associate's degree or higher or 48 college credits or have passed the Parapro assessment to be deemed highly qualified as a paraprofessional. Bachelor's degree preferred.
Must have good oral and written communication skills
Pleasant and professional manner
Ability to work with children of varying cognitive abilities
Attend professional development held quarterly by the EL Office and completing all training for assessment and instruction.
Maintain student records of instruction using the EL Program Binder and EL Portraits and administer both the W-APT/KW-APT and ACCESS for ELL.
Complete all paperwork for EL and REL at the school/s and attend and participate in county and state (when needed) EL professional development.
Collaborate with administrators, counselors, teachers and other school staff about individual EL and REL students and their current needs.
Serve as a resource for information regarding students from other language backgrounds.
Contact parents of EL students when necessary.
Ensure a successful transition for RELL students from EL supported instruction to full participation in class.
Collaborate with others to develop and coordinate transition plans and activities, strengthen productive partnerships, and make linkages in the community for students who receive EL services.
Serve as a resource for students, parents, staff, and community, as needed.
Create schedules for the EL and REL at their school/s and adhering to the schedule throughout the school year.
Instruct using the WIDA standards and the WIDA binders.
PAY RATE: This is a part-time grant-funded position. The rate of pay is $15.00/hour working 25 hours per week.

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