JobID 4065 : ELA / ESL Maternity Leave (#2037120)

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This is an ELA maternity leave who will also be responsible for teaching ESL students in ELA class for grades 7  & 8. 
It is anticipated to begin on May 4, 2020 and will end on November 16, 2020. 


  • Illinois Professional Educator License (PEL)

  • ELA Endorsement

  • ESL Endorsement

  • Valid Substitute License

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Perform duties in accordance with the current written agreement established between the Board of Education and the bargaining unit

  • Participate fully in the Professional Learning Community (PLC) process

  • Fidelity and active participation within the PLC team in response to the unpacking of Common Core Standards, identification and use of learning targets, team developed common formative assessments, team analysis of data, and collectively providing interventions and extension

  • Administers and develops subject specific assessments for the purpose of assessing student competency levels and/or developing individual learning plans

  • Administer the classroom and its programs and design appropriate developmental activities for students to promote growth of cognitive, effective, and psychomotor skills

  • Provide guidance to students which will promote their welfare and proper social and emotional development

  • Maintain adequate and careful records as required by the principal and superintendent and keep principal advised of atypical situations

  • Participate in staff meetings and in-service training programs as are scheduled for teachers

  • Report regularly to parents the progress of students

  • Provide for the care of school property and see that students use supplies, equipment and facilities properly

  • Is responsible for a reasonable amount of co-curricular and other duties beyond regular classroom activities as determined by the principal/district

  • Maintain cordial and cooperative working relationships with colleagues and participate in the business and activities of the faculty

  • Implement the curriculum per district philosophy and direction and participate in the development and revision of curriculum

  • Is responsible for reviewing and adhering to all board policies along with accompanying administrative regulations

  • Create a positive environment for maximum student growth in all areas by maintaining consistent discipline within their area of assignment at all times

  • Assume responsibility for written lesson plans

  • Promote a positive image to the community and students by their demeanor and appropriate appearance

  • Maintain a sense of pride and loyalty to the district

  • Work with grade level teachers to implement cooperative/team teaching efforts and all special area teachers deemed appropriate and necessary

  • Work with special services personnel of the district and non-certified personnel that serve the school

  • Work with parents and parent groups, i.e., PTA, PBC, advisory groups, etc., to foster and maintain a positive, cooperative working relationship and maintain programs that serve both student and school

  • Work with community to establish and maintain good public relations

  • Plan and coordinate the work of teacher/instructional aides

  • Report all cases of suspected child abuse/neglect to the principal/DCFS

  • Uphold the code of ethics for teachers which is listed in Section 508 of the Policy Manual

  • Deal justly with students regardless of their physical, mental, emotional, political, social, racial, or religious characteristics

  • Cooperate with all policies established by the Board of Education

  • Accept the responsibility for maintaining a professional level of service

  • Display desirable and ethical relations among teachers, pupils, home, administration, Board of Education, and fellow staff members


Posted By

Alsip-Hazlgrn-Oaklwn School District 126

11900 S Kostner Ave, Alsip, IL 60803-2307
Compare with State

Amount per Student

$19,807 (USD)

State Average: $13,341 (USD)

% ELL Students


State Average: 10%

Student Teacher Ratio


State Average: 15.71

% IEP Students


State Average: 15%



State Average: 246