CHUCKEY-SAVE THE CHILDREN PROGRAM DIRECTOR (#2015454)

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The following help to clarify the job responsibilities of the Program Coordinator. Oversee the Implementation of the Developing Reader Literacy Block in the Afterschool and Summer Programs: ? Structure the schedule of activities during the Developing Reader Literacy Block ? Work with Healthy Choices Coordinator and literacy staff to organize children into groups of ten based on grade levels, reading levels and behavior management concerns ? Support literacy tutors in the planning and implementation of daily read-alouds, guided independent reading practice and fluency-building activities during the in-school, afterschool and summer programs ? Provide feedback to literacy staff concerning best practices in daily read-alouds, guided independent reading practice and fluency-building activities ? Communicate regularly with the Program Specialist at the field office Oversee the Implementation of Accelerated Reader™ (AR): ? Work with school librarian to organize the books used for Save the Children programs ? Assist with training school personnel in the correct use of AR, as needed ? Incorporate one hour of planning time into daily schedule to enter data and prepare for programming ? Incorporate one hour into weekly schedule to run and analyze AR reports ? Address individual children’s needs with appropriate staff and devise possible solutions ? Assist school staff in administrating STAR Reading™ test, if needed ? Administer post-STAR Reading™ test (if your school/program doesn’t otherwise do so) for every child in Save the Children in-school and afterschool programs Engage Families in Programming: ? Complete the Family Engagement Checklist to identify site-specific family engagement focus areas for the program year ? Complete an annual Family Engagement Planning Guide to outline specific family engagement practices and activities to be conducted throughout the program year ? Implement site-selected family engagement activities and practices throughout year, as outlined in annual plan; these will vary by site ? Conduct at least two family engagement events during the program year to address key Family Engagement strategies ? Collaborate with school administration and staff to identify areas of alignment between the program and school-wide family engagement practices ? Communicate regularly with Program Specialist regarding family engagement activities Program Coordinator Role and Responsibilities Program Coordinator Role and Responsibilities - SC/USP/KC/revised 06-15 ? Conduct the required Family Post-Survey at the end of the program year; send home and actively encourage completion and return of the Family Post-Survey by one parent/caregiver of each family with a child participating in the program ? Submit family engagement data, including Family Post-Survey data and other identified data points, to Save the Children for analysis and review Oversee the Implementation of In-School Direct Services: ? Work with school personnel to identify struggling readers who would benefit from small group support ? Oversee the implementation of activities such as guided independent reading practice, tutorials, and emergent reader modules by Save the children trained tutors ? Administer pre- and post-assessments for children participating in STC tutorials Support attendance tracking: ? Record daily program attendance in SCORE ? Make sure children’s names in Renaissance Learning™ exactly match the children’s names in SCORE Terms of Employment: Full Time. 190 days (180 Work Days & 10 Holidays). $18/hr for non-certified teacher. $20/hr for certified teacher. Evaluation: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with STC Evaluation Procedures and the Board of Education Policy on Evaluation of Support Services Personnel.

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Greene County School District

910 Summer ST, Greeneville, TN 37743
 
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Amount per Student

$8,367 (USD)

State Average: $9,312 (USD)

% ELL Students

1%

State Average: 4%

Student Teacher Ratio

14.60

State Average: 15.06

% IEP Students

17%

State Average: 13%

FTE

985

State Average: 874