Lead Elementary Special Education Teacher, Lexis Preparatory School

Lead Elementary Special Education Teacher


Job ID:

Northwest Maricopa

November 15, 2019

Contact Information:
Lexis Preparatory School
Lexi11130 E. Cholla St., Suite H-100
Scottsdale, AZ 85259
District Website

Deanne Wojtas-Beeman
Phone: 480-391-3901
Fax: 480-248-8903
District Email

Job Description:
Lead Elementary Special Education Teacher Lexis Preparatory School, Scottsdale, AZ • Competitive salary based on qualifications and experience • Professional Growth Opportunities • Opportunities for advancement to leadership roles • Full-Time • Excellent Benefits: Vision, Medical, Life Insurance, 401k, Dental At Lexis Preparatory School, we are guided by UHA which stands for Understanding, Honoring, and Accommodating each student who learns differently. If you are a teacher/educator who approaches teaching in this way, Lexis Preparatory School would love to talk with you. Our school is in its tenth year of serving students who possess average to above average cognitive ability, may have ADHD, anxiety, executive function issues, social thinking deficits, and language/learning problems. We have a K-12 student population with class sizes ranging from 6-10 students. Because of our growth, we are seeking outstanding educators who understand that all students can learn but may learn differently at his/her own pace. If you are interested, email us to tell us why you would be a good fit for our school. Please include any information that would help us learn more about your educational path and interests. Finally, take a minute to like us on our Facebook page, and to visit our website at LexisPrep.com. Lexis is seeking educators committed to: • Meeting individual student needs • Developing and implementing hands-on, content-rich, differentiated lesson plans. • Curricular development, implementation, oversight and alignment for the Core Knowledge sequence and AZ College and Career Readiness Standards. • Benchmark assessments and record keeping. • Effective classroom and behavior management. • Implementing executive function, behavioral, cognitive and social skill strategies and training. • School policy enforcement. • Community outreach. • Effective parent communication and partnerships. • Data driven instruction with fluidity for student needs. • Determining and securing resource needs and assistive technology. • Strong written and oral communication skills. • Community outreach.

Qualifications for Teacher/Director: • Master’s Degree in Special Education or related field strongly desired. • Must be certified in Special Education with endorsements in Specific Learning Disability and Cross Categorical.