After school Reading/Math Tutor
After School Math/Reading Tutors
After School Math/Reading Tutor is accountable to the After-School Coordinator and their assigned after school math/reading teacher and functions as a member of the Hope Academy team, which consists of classroom teachers, instructional support staff, school social workers, the principal, and the administrative assistant. As tutor, this person is responsible for developing students' academic skills through courses of study and implementing district approved curriculum; addressing specific educational needs of students; providing feedback regarding student progress, expectations, goals, and activities. As After School Math/Reading Tutor, s/he is also responsible for implementing a comprehensive after-school numeracy and literacy program which aligns with the school-wide numeracy and literacy program (planned and coordinated by the after-school coordinator and math/reading teachers); and for working with school and community groups, such as the Leadership Team, to help all students reach their highest potential.
Additional Job Expectations:
Participate in staff development activities, staff meetings, in-service trainings, retreats, continuing education courses, and/or professional organizations, school functions including but not limited to, award banquets, carnivals, graduation, etc.
The minimum qualifications needed to perform the essential functions of the job such as education, competencies, experience, knowledge and skills. This should include any specialized knowledge and expertise applicable to the job.
• At least 60 hours of college credits and/or WorkKeys testing at paraprofessional level.
• Trained in Sheltered Instruction Observation protocol (SIOP) and effective instruction for English Learners is preferred.
• Experience working with emotionally/behaviorally impaired adolescents is preferred.
• Subscribe to the mission and values of Hope Academy of West Michigan