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Supervise students assigned to in-school suspension (ISS) for disciplinary reasons. Maintain a highly structured and orderly environment. Work under the general supervision of the principal and immediate direction of a certified teacher on a daily basis.
Education/Certification: High school diploma or GED Valid educational aide III certification*
Special Knowledge/Skills: Ability to work well with children Ability to follow verbal and written instructions Ability to use personal computer
Experience: Three years experience as classroom aide or 30 semester hours of college credit with emphasis on child growth and development
Major Responsibilities and Duties:
Work with certified teacher and campus administrators to create and maintain an orderly and highly structured classroom environment.
Work with individual students to complete assignments given by classroom teacher.
Distribute, collect, and check student assignments for accuracy.
Maintain individual files of completed student assignments and return to classroom teachers.
Manage student behavior and administer discipline according to board policies, administrative regulations, and Individual Education Plans (IEP).
Record student attendance and discipline referrals using personal computer.
Supervise students assigned to ISS during lunch and bathroom breaks.
Participate in staff development training programs, faculty meetings, and special events as assigned.
Alternative methods of performing duties.
Copier and personal computer.
Mental Demands/Physical Demands/Environmental Factors: Maintain emotional control under stress. Moderate standing, stooping, bending, and lifting.
*Note: An Educational Aide III certificate is required for aides assigned to a setting where students grades 9–12 are assigned for less than six weeks. A valid Texas teaching certificate is required when students grades 9–12 are assigned more than six weeks. See 19 TAC §230.601 Assignment of Public School.
The foregoing statements describe the general purpose and responsibilities assigned to this job and are not an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties that may be assigned or skills that may be required.