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Principal : Jason Pino

Continuing Education - 2024-2025 Night School Teacher - Dual Credit Support Teacher

DUAL CREDIT SUPPORT TEACHER

NIGHT SCHOOL

Required: One dual credit teacher to support secondary dual credit students

Full Year

Delivery: Night school model

Time: 4-8 pm

Campus: Barrie Campus

Course dates: Wednesdays, September - June (2024-2025)

Course length: 36 weeks

Dual Credit Teacher Duties:

Attend each dual credit class

Troubleshoot and problem solve issues related to dual credit student transportation

Track attendance and academic progress.

Meet with students regularly to monitor their academic progress and implement interventions, as required

Liaise with the secondary and post-secondary institutions to ensure that students have access to the range of supports and services they require to be successful

Schedule student support visits to home schools

Co-ordinate the exchange of academic progress information (marks and attendance) between the post-secondary... institution and the secondary school to support student success

Assist students with the effective use of the Blackboard Learning Management System.

Provide student progress reports to partner boards where applicable

Complete and submit provincial dual credit data report

Organize course completion celebration in collaboration with partner boards

Attend Dual Credit Teacher’s Forum

Required qualifications:

Senior qualification

Preferred qualifications:

Guidance Part 1 or Special Education, Part 1

Important Dates:

One week post course finish: provincial data report due

We thank all applicants for their interest in this position and advise that only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted regarding this posting. Please note, all new employees of the Simcoe County District School Board will be required to provide a recent (executed within the past 6 months) Police Check and complete all mandatory training prior to their first day of employment.Applicants who receive an interview must give permission for the Board to contact two professional references, including your current or most recent supervisor.
• All fees for the application process are covered by the Simcoe County District School Board.*

Guided by the principles of dignity, individualization and inclusion, the Simcoe County District School Board (SCDSB) is committed to creating an equitable and inclusive environment that supports all human rights and accessibility needs for students and staff. The SCDSB recognizes the duty to accommodate, short of undue hardship as per the Ontario Human Rights Code (OHRC) and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).

We value and are committed to upholding the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion, and equitable hiring practices for all applicants to be successful. In support of our strategic priorities, we are seeking members who reflect diverse identities, lived experiences and perspectives, especially Indigenous peoples, visible minorities, persons with disabilities, 2SLGBTQ+, and women to assist the board in reflecting the community we serve. Our equitable hiring initiative is consistent with the Ontario Human Rights Code (OHRC) to ensure that our hiring practices remain equitable to candidates from groups protected by the prohibited grounds under the Code.

Applicants are to provide permission to contact two professional references, including their current and most recent supervisor. New hires to the Simcoe County District School Board will be required to submit a Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC) that is satisfactory to the Board prior to beginning employment. All new employees will be required to complete mandatory training modules with the Board prior to their first day of employment. All applicants are thanked for their interest in this position; however, only those who have been shortlisted for an interview will be contacted.

R.R.O. 1990, REGULATION 298 - Operation of Schools

Section 20 - Duties of Teachers

20. In addition to the duties assigned to the teacher under the Act and by the board, a teacher shall,

(a) be responsible for effective instruction,

training and evaluation of the progress of pupils in the subjects

assigned to the teacher and for the management of the class or classes,

and report to the principal on the progress of pupils on request;

(b) carry out the supervisory duties and

instructional program assigned to the teacher by the principal and

supply such information related thereto as the principal may require;

(c) where the board has appointed teachers under

section 14 or 17, co-operate fully with such teachers and with the

principal in all matters related to the instruction of pupils;

(d) unless otherwise assigned by the principal, be

present in the classroom or teaching area and ensure that the classroom

or teaching area is ready for the reception of pupils at least fifteen

minutes before the commencement of classes in the school in the morning

and, where applicable, five minutes before the commencement of classes

in the school in the afternoon;

(e) assist the principal in maintaining close co-operation with the community;

(f) prepare for use in the teacher’s class or

classes such teaching plans and outlines as are required by the

principal and the appropriate supervisory officer and submit the plans

and outlines to the principal or the appropriate supervisory officer, as

the case may be, on request;

(g) ensure that all reasonable safety procedures

are carried out in courses and activities for which the teacher is

responsible;

(h) co-operate with the principal and other

teachers to establish and maintain consistent disciplinary practices in

the school;

(i) ensure that report cards are fully and

properly completed and processed in accordance with the guides known in

English as Guide to the Provincial Report Card, Grades 1-8 and Guide to

the Provincial Report Card, Grades 9-12, and in French as Guide

d’utilisation du bulletin scolaire de l’Ontario de la 1ère à la 8e année and Guide du bulletin scolaire de l’Ontario de la 9e à la 12e

année, as the case may be, both available electronically through a link

in the document known in English as Ontario School Record (OSR)

Guideline, 2000 and in French as Dossier scolaire de l’Ontario: Guide,

2000, on a website of the Government of Ontario;

(j) co-operate and assist in the administration of tests under the Education Quality and Accountability Office Act, 1996;

(k) participate in regular meetings with pupils’ parents or guardians;

(l) perform duties as assigned by the principal in relation to co-operative placements of pupils; and

(m) perform duties normally associated with the

graduation of pupils. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 298, s. 20; O. Reg. 95/96,

s. 2; O. Reg. 209/03, s. 1; O. Reg. 227/23, s. 3
Ontario

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