Junior High Resource Teacher, Franklin Phonetic Primary School, Inc


Position:
Junior High Resource Teacher

Type:
Charter


Location:
Rural


Job ID:
123449

County:
Yavapai


Posted:
May 14, 2024




Contact Information:
Franklin Phonetic Primary School, Inc
6116 Highway 69
Prescott Valley, AZ 86314
District Website

Contact:
Kristen Goode
Phone: 9287756747
Fax:
District Email


Job Description:

Franklin Phonetic School is looking for a Junior High Resource Teacher to begin for the 24/25 school year. The Junior High Resource teacher will be responsible for teaching math and ELA to small groups of resource students in grades 6-8. The ideal candidate will hold a teaching certification along with a current IVP fingerprint clearance card and will have classroom experience working with junior high level students. 



Other:

As a Franklin Phonetic School Teacher, your core responsibilities include:

Curriculum Development and Instruction

  • Adapt and execute a rigorous, standards-aligned curriculum
  • Develop academically rigorous lessons, unit plans, rubrics, and assessments
  • Use data to inform instructional decisions
  • Differentiate instruction to ensure that all students are progressing
  • In conjunction with General Education Teachers, work to ensure that all IEPs and student needs are met both within and outside of the classroom

Help Build a Positive School and Classroom Culture

  • Embody and maintain school’s values, policies, and culture
  • Develop positive relationships with students, families, teachers, staff, and community members
  • Establish and maintain strong communication with all families and share progress
  • Show up for critical school events, including staff meetings, open houses, parent-teacher conferences, and more
  • Create a classroom environment that is conducive to learning and is developmentally appropriate to the maturity and interests of the students
  • Have fun and spread joy!

Demonstrate a Growth Mindset

  • Pursue challenging professional goals each year
  • Participate in school-wide and individual professional development
  • Be prepared to do whatever it takes for all students to earn and grow