Learning Lab Leader
The Learning Lab Leader cares for a multi-age group of students in a family atmosphere within a safe school setting during Phase 4. Learning Lab Leaders will support students to develop skills, behaviors, and habits that contribute to success in school. This leader will foster a sense of community among the students in the group. The leader will facilitate connections with the classroom teachers, follow a daily schedule set by the district and monitor coursework completion for each student. Daily enrichment activities and social-emotional learning will be provided to support the development of the whole child. The leader will communicate student needs with the teachers, administrators, and support staff as needed for student growth.
Provides instruction and routines on the cleanliness and hygiene habits needed for safety during the pandemic.
• Fosters persistence and completion by maintaining a caseload of Learning Lab students.
• Utilizes digital tools to support student learning through communication and participating beside students
• Monitors progress of students in caseload with check-ins, scheduled meetings or proactive outreach and communication, responding to students questions, concerns and needs
• Conducts academic consulting through individual or group sessions that help students assess their own performance and develop academic success plans
• Assists students in developing self-efficacy by identifying and overcoming obstacles that may be impeding academic success; works with students to learn strong time management and organization skills; motivates students to practice self-regulation and take ownership of their academic success
• Helps students in identifying, developing and implementing learning strategies and study skills specific to course materials
• Refers students to appropriate school staff and support resources and collaborates with others to monitor and accelerate theIr academic progress
• Performs duties that are unique to specific needs of students or the course work in which they are involved.
• Performs all other duties assigned.
Phase 1-4: $16.00/hour for 37.5 hours per week - Associate's Degree/Work Keys Passing Score preferred
Phase 1-4: $16.25/hour for 37.5 hours per week - Bachelor's Degree
Phase 1-4: $16.50/hour for 37.5 hours per week - Master's Degree
Attendance incentive: $25/week for zero absences paid on first pay in December and on the first pay in June.
Phase 5-6: Learning Labs will be suspended. Learning Lab Leaders will have the opportunity to be redeployed or resume work in other positions in the district for which they hold qualifications or previously held. At this time the compensation package associated with the respectively assigned position per collective bargaining agreement or work agreement would be enacted.
Application, Cover Letter, Resume and Supporting Credential Files should be completed and submitted via the Monroe Public Schools website, https://www.monroe.k12.mi.us/index.cfm, Employment Opportunities Link, AppliTrack.
NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATION
It is the policy of Monroe Public Schools not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, age, disability, religion, height, weight or marital status in its programs, services, employment, or any other activities. For information contact the office of the Superintendent of Schools, 1275 N. Macomb St., Monroe, MI 48162, 734-265-3070.