Openings as of 7/24/2021
The Dean of Students is responsible for helping staff establishing a safe, positive and respectful school culture in which students are supported and are recognized for excellence. The Dean of Students in One91 schools will work in a highly visible leadership capacity to maintain a supportive, productive, and enriching school culture. The dean will play an instrumental role in establishing and reinforcing high expectations for an actively engaging learning environment. The dean will maintain consistent and constructive communication with teachers, administrators, students and student families in an effort to ensure that school culture norms are effectively defined and reinforced. The dean will support teachers in their development of creating a culture of learning and an environment of respect and rapport.
Working with the Principal and Associate Principal to support teachers in the development of classroom management skills
Responsible for coordinating and supporting student attendance, behavior, and crisis-intervention plans to achieve site identified goals
Coaching and supervising the school’s PBIS processes
Serving as a behavior and engagement coach for teachers
Facilitating faculty and staff professional development related to school culture, restorative practices, student engagement, consistent implementation of PBIS, and social-emotional support for students
Using knowledge of students and families and their diverse needs to ensure equitable healthy and effective responses to student needs
Supporting faculty and parents in creating intervention plans and individual behavioral contracts and helping to monitor student progress with those plans
Designing, attending and participating in events outside of normal school hours, and performing such other duties as the school may reasonably assign from time to time
Coordinating supervision of study hall program, before school/after, cafeteria, and passing time
Assisting with the coordination of MTSS, STAT meetings as well as grade level or department student themed meetings
Creating community by leading restorative and responsive practices, student groups/circles and student celebrations
Serving as an administrative designee for Child Study and IEP meetings
Coordinating student recognition and other accolades
Providing continuous and ongoing structures and supports that empowers students to grow and ensure their needs are met
Liaising with families
Educating students, staff, and families regarding the handbook guidelines, and holding all constituents accountable for adhering to the handbook
Acting as an active member of the school's building leadership team
Seeking to study, review, and share related research materials and documents to increase understanding around the classroom environment
Setting measurable goals for the upcoming academic year and plan ways to make them a part of school culture
Proactively construct a positive student culture and mitigate disciplinary infractions before they occur
Working with Associate Principal or Principal to develop the tools to create a common language with students, faculty, parents and administration around the desired culture for the school
Analyzing data for needs, and evaluating the issues around student engagement, classroom management, classroom procedures, and other identified areas
Using multiple data points to impact dialogue and practices and helps make meaning of the data for all students Application Process
Licensed Elementary Teachers Wanted
Program: PALS Targeted Services After School Program, Elementary Level
Openings: ISD ONE91 has teaching openings for the 2020-2021 school year in the PALS program. PALS teachers will be teaching students who are currently in grades K-5.
Location: PALS Programming will be distance learning while ISD 191 is an all distance learning district. If ISD 191 returns to hybrid, PALS will be one day in-person hybrid and one day distance learning.
Times: Approximately 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Days: Tuesdays, Wednesdays
Start Date: January 5, 2021
End Date: May 5, 2021
Position Requirements: Current Teaching License
Preferred Qualifications: -Experience in Targeted Services programming -Experience with Project-Based Learning at the elementary/middle level -Experience utilizing data to inform instruction -Experience with team teaching -Experience in youth activity coordination -Experience coaching -Experience supervising students
For questions regarding these positions, please contact:
Jason Sellars 952-707-4126 Jsellars@isd191.org
Compensation: $31.25 per instructional hour Preferred Licensure: Minnesota Teaching License
Our online application system offers the opportunity to upload additional information such as a cover letter, resume, references, and transcripts. Paper or e-mail copies of these materials will not be accepted.
Interviews will be conducted with candidates who best meet the current needs of the District.
Review of materials will start immediately.
The position will be filled on an undesignated time-frame when, and not until, the right candidate emerges.
Position Summary Days: Varies Hours: Varies Compensation / Benefits: Per Community Education Agreement Qualifications: One to two years related experience and/or training and one year experience supervising children; or equivalent combination of education and experience; or Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education or related field from four year college or university and six (6) months experience supervising children; Twelve (12) units of relevant training in areas such as child development, child guidance, human relations, communications, or recreational programming. Project KIDS. provides a high-quality before and after school program in a fun, educational and recreational environment for children, kindergarten through grade 5. Research show that quality before and after-school programs keep kids safe, help working families and improve school attendance and academic achievement. Our curriculum is based on the needs and interests of the children at each site. Kids have opportunities to provide input into what types of projects and activities are available and the physical make-up of the environment. Allowing children to participate this way follows best practice, helps to develop independence while fostering community and keeps kids engaged and interested in what is happening in their environment. Caring and educated staff members provide fun, consistent, nurturing environments and access to caring adults who provide the support children need to succeed. Whether it is through conversation, homework help or guidance, our goal is to ensure the success of children in our communities by establishing positive relationships, providing educational and recreational activities and offering opportunities for kids to share ideas and feel valued. View our website to see more information about Project Kids
Application Process •Our online application system offers the opportunity to upload additional information such as a cover letter, resume, references and transcripts. Paper or e-mail copies of these materials will not be accepted. •Hiring administrators will contact candidates of interest.
Reinforce concepts already taught in small group or one-on-one
Redirect students to task at hand
Implement behavior support plan strategies
Implement age appropriate activities that meet the social, emotional, physical and intellectual needs of the children.
Manage learning & practice of appropriate behavior/Social Skills
Respond to emergency situations and provide verbal and physical support which will likely include medical assistance
Escort students throughout the building
Make discipline referrals to coordinator
Monitor and redirect students in lunchroom, playground, bus, classrooms and general areas
Provide direct support with daily organizational needs
Maintain daily communication with other staff members, program coordinator and parents as needed
Directly assist individual children with day to day activities and monitor progress and conduct
Implement individual student behavior plans including providing positive reinforcement, assisting with self-regulation and behavior de-escalation, assisting students to transition from general education classrooms and other school settings when behaviors are interfering with learning, and implementing safe restraint procedures when required.
Personal Care Assistance
Provide direct support with student with dressing
Provide direct support in physical management of student
Provide direct support with personal hygiene of students
Perform student transfer/mobility and positioning assistance, which may include lifting and transferring
Physical Job Requirements:
Position requires frequent lifting up to 40lbs + pounds
Position requires standing for an extended amount of time
Position requires participation in physical education
Position involves bending and stooping
Position involves listening, speaking clearly and visual acuity
Position involves assisting in moving students
May be required to physically restrain students if they are at risk of hurting themselves or others
Mental Job Requirements:
Position requires accuracy
Position requires organization and the ability to prioritize tasks to meet deadlines
Position requires handling multiple tasks at once while dealing with constant interruptions
Position requires flexibility and a willingness to undertake a variety of tasks sometimes at the direction of more than one person
Position requires handling conflict resolution
Hazardous Working Conditions:
Normal office conditions
Exposure to body fluids and airborne pathogens
Exposure to temperature and weather changes
Exposure to noise from students
Potential injury and emotional outbursts from students
This position is for any candidate that is intersted in subbing for our preschool teachers. Join One91’s 4 star Parent Aware rated Early Childhood Team as a preschool teacher (early childhood team coordinator) this fall! We are seeking enthusiastic, energetic individuals with a strong background in early childhood to lead preschool and pre-kindergarten classrooms district wide. Multiple positions are available. This position leads the planning and set up of a nurturing early childhood environment and the implementation of planned research based curriculum and culturally relevant learning experiences to support the growth and development of 3-5 year olds. Responsibilities include:
One91 preschool focuses on appropriate development of social emotional skills through play while supporting language and literacy, math, connection to nature and scientific thinking.
This position is for any candidate that is interested in teaching pre-k students this summer. Your days will be set as planning and prepping day June 16,17 and 18. Summer school will be 6 weeks, June 21- July 29; Monday- Thursday 8am -3pm at Vista View Elementary. Join One91’s 4 star Parent Aware rated Early Childhood Team as a preschool teacher (early childhood team coordinator) this fall! We are seeking enthusiastic, energetic individuals with a strong background in early childhood to lead preschool and pre-kindergarten classrooms district wide. Multiple positions are available. This position leads the planning and set up of a nurturing early childhood environment and the implementation of planned research based curriculum and culturally relevant learning experiences to support the growth and development of 3-5 year olds. Responsibilities include:
This position is for any candidate that is interested in working with pre-k students this summer. Summer school will be 6 weeks, June 21- July 29; Monday- Thursday 8am -3pm at Vista View Elementary. Join One91’s 4 star Parent Aware rated Early Childhood Team as a preschool proram associate this fall! This position supports the learning and growth of children in preschool and pre-kindergarten classrooms District-Wide by assisting the Lead Staff with the planning and set up of the physical environment and with the implementation of the planned curriculum. Multiple positions are available. Responsibilities include:
This position may also provide one to one support when needed to meet children's specific needs. Additional hours may be available or assigned in related early childhood programs. Application Process
Days: Varies Hours: Varies Compensation / Benefits: Per Community Education Agreement Education/Certification Requirement:
High School Diploma or equivalent
For school age programs students currently enrolled in high school will be considered
First Aid and CPR certified or ability to become certified within 60 days of hire
Prior experience working with children preferred
Essential skills required to perform the work:
Basic internet knowledge
Intermediate reading and writing skills
Ability to communicate effectively
Ability to follow written and verbal instructions
Ability to work in a team environment
Ability to related to students
In District One91, we are committed to removing barriers and forging unique pathways to create a future ready community. We believe that when each individual contributor is free to be their whole self and bring their whole self, we are collectively more radiant. Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 is a dynamic and innovative suburban public school district serving approximately 8,000 students. The District includes 8 elementary schools with kindergarten through grade 5 (some with voluntary pre-kindergarten programs), two middle schools with grades 6-8, one high school with grades 9-12 and one alternative high school. The District also includes one of the most extensive Community Education programs in the state, serving newborns up through senior citizens. Position Overview: Art Specialist Days: 184 Hours: 8 Compensation/benefits: Per Unit Agreement Primary Responsibilities: The Art Specialist works with students K-5 in implementing the Minnesota Standards for the Arts. Qualifications: License/Education Requirements: K-12 Visual Arts license required. Elementary teaching experience preferred. The successful teacher will be an individual who… … firmly believes:
Studies have shown that women and people of color are less likely to apply for jobs unless they believe they meet every one of the qualifications as described in a job description. We are most interested in finding the best candidate for the job, and that candidate may be one who comes from a less traditional background. We would encourage you to apply, even if you don't believe you meet every one of our qualifications described. Equity is one of District One91's core values and is essential to our goal of putting children first to ensure college and career readiness. A diverse workforce fuels innovation and allows us to better understand, communicate with, and educate our students. District One91 will not deny anyone the opportunity for training or employment because of sex, race, religion, color, creed, national origin, marital status, age, sexual preference, disability, or status with regard to public assistance.
9-12 Credit Recovery Teachers at BHS - Math and Science
Position Type: ALC Credit Recovery - Secondary
Date Posted: 9/18/2020
Location: Burnsville High School (Online, virtual teaching via Distance Learning Google Meet or ZOOM format)
The Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District has licensed teaching openings for the 2020-2021 Credit Recovery program. Credit Recovery program teachers will be utilizing a combination of Edgenuity online curriculum and synchronous instruction via Google Meet or ZOOM. 9-12 Credit Recovery programming will be an Independent Study model, and the teaching schedule will be flexible to meet student need.
Dates of 9-12 Credit Recovery programming are as follows: Required Staff orientation: Date and time TBD
Session 1: October 5 – January 22 (2020) Session 2: February 1 – June 4 (2021)
Requirements: Current Secondary Teaching License in appropriate areas* (*Math, Science) Preferred Qualifications: -Experience teaching credit recovery for 9-12 students -Experience utilizing online and blended learning platforms -Experience utilizing data to inform instruction Rate of Pay: $31.25 per hour *Hours are not guaranteed and reductions may occur based upon student enrollment.
For questions, please contact:
This position is intended to support COVID rebound and recovery with funding expiring after 2022-2023
Responsible for supporting student achievement in the area of Mathematics with special attention to Tier 1 and Tier II instruction. The Interventionist provides individual or small group instruction to students who are in need of personalized support in order to meet grade level mathematics standards. This includes monitoring, reporting, and communicating student progress and performance.
Responsible for supporting mathematics teachers in designing, delivering, and evaluating effectiveness of Tier 1 and TierII math interventions in the block schedule.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
60% Student Intervention Instruction
Provide high quality mathematics instruction to individual students and small groups
Use data to provide instruction to students and to bring their skills to grade-level
Use identified research-based interventions focuses specifically on individual student needs
Maintain documentation of progress monitoring of student performance
Communicate with teachers, administration, and families regarding student progress
Participate in meetings with teachers, administration, and families to discuss student placement and progress
40% Math Teacher Support and Coaching
Collaborate with teachers, administration, and SISA to help identify best practices for individual and small groups of students
Provide input for program development
Model lessons and strategies for the block schedule
Support maths curriculum implementation fidelity for grades 6-8
Provide data to school teams and participates in decisions about student progress
Assist with identifying students for placement in intervention groups
Support implementation of assessment tools and data management systems
Attend appropriate trainings to improve knowledge and skills
Collaborate with SISA to provide professional development for math instruction.
Perform other duties as assigned or requested.
Work Requirements and Characteristics
Preferred 5 years successful mathematics teaching
Demonstrates the tools of CPSS to create a culturally responsive classroom.
Ability to read, write and comprehend advanced written and verbal instructions
Health and nutrition knowledge
Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units
Basic computer skills
Ability to set priorities and deadlines
Ability to speak before groups of employees or customers
Give work direction to other employees
Ability to lead and work in a team environment
Problem solving skills
Ability to set and change priorities
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Schedule: Primarily school day hours, Monday through Friday. Positions for the 2019-2020 school year are filled on a rolling basis with start dates in August, September, October and January. Questions? Contact: email@example.com to 866-859-2825.
Essential Job Functions Seeking the following Nurse classifications: RN LSN LPN CNA License / Education Requirements: Licensed by the MN Board of nursing preferred. Job Responsibilities: 1. Provides appropriate emergency care of illness or injury to students and staff. 2. Assists in the control of communicable diseases according to procedures. 3. Administers oral, inhaled, and topical medications. Consults with team regarding dosage, schedule for administration, side effects, expected effects, and other pertinent data regarding medication. Keeps accurate records of medications brought to the Health Office and records each administration of medication on the individual Student Medication Record. 4. Maintains confidentiality of information learned regarding students and their families. 5. Notifies building Principal of serious incidents, significant health problems, referrals, and possible child abuse. 6. Exhibits knowledge of job limitations and accepts supervision. 7. Performs all other health-related work delegated or required to accomplish the objectives of the total school health program.
Qualifications The successful licensed nurse will be an individual who… … firmly believes:
all students can learn and that their learning can be directly influenced by focusing on factors over which we have control
that student learning guides practice and decision-making throughout the school and system
in shared accountability and responsibility through working interdependently
in fostering a commitment among staff and parent communities to create the conditions for equity and excellence resulting in elimination of the achievement gap
in a model that promotes professional reflection and continuous improvement
… has demonstrated:
successful experience in facilitating high-quality professional learning and remarkable outcomes through application
the ability to effectively manage and lead change, including changing practices and structures in our school system that may perpetuate inequities based on race and class
outstanding skills in written and oral communication, talent management, and school operations
effective facilitation and personal use of technology as a communication tool to improve student achievement and manage work
personal professional learning and development through a strong understanding of literature related to education, student learning, and leadership
the ability to manage dialog effectively, valuing alternative points of view in planning and decision-making
that he or she is a visible instructional leader
courage to do what is best for students
Our online application system offers the opportunity to upload additional information such as a cover letter, resume, references and transcripts. Paper or e-mail copies of these materials will not be accepted.
Interviews will be conducted with candidates that best meet the current needs of the District.
The position will be filled on an undesignated time-frame when, and not until, the right candidate emerges.
The Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District has teaching openings for the Elementary 2021 Virtual Academy summer program. Virtual elementary summer program teachers will be teaching students currently in grades K-5 in a synchronous, online model similar to last summer.
K-5 elementary summer school programming will be in session from approximately 9:00am – 12:30pm Monday through Thursday. Tentative schedule is the following: Literacy 9:00am-11:00am Break 11:00am-11:30am Math/Science Enrichment 11:30am-12:30pm Dates of elementary summer school programming are as follows:
Two Staff Workshop Days are provided: June 16-17 * 8 hours each day of paid time to prepare for teaching Virtual Academy summer program students.
Week 1: June 21, 22, 23, 24
Week 2: June 28, 29, 30 & July 1
Week 3: July 5, 6, 7, 8
Week 4: July 12, 13, 14, 15
Week 5: July 19, 21, 22, 23
Week 6: July 26, 27, 28, 29
Requirements: Current Elementary Teaching License
Preferred Qualifications: -Preference given to candidates committing to the entire six weeks * Job shares may be possible depending upon the schedule and need -Experience teaching elementary summer school -Experience with Project-Based Learning at the elementary level -Experience utilizing data to inform instruction
Rate of pay: per contract $31.25 hourly * Total teacher pay is approximately $4,000 for all 26 days. * Summer hours are not guaranteed and reductions may occur based upon enrollment.
For questions, please contact:
The Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District has teaching openings for the Grades 6-7 2021 Virtual Academy summer program. Virtual elementary summer program teachers will be teaching students currently in grades 6-7 in a synchronous, online model similar to last summer.
Grades 6-7 summer school programming will be in session from approximately 9:00am – 12:30am Monday through Thursday. Tentative schedule is the following: Literacy 9:00am-10:00am Break 10:00am-10:15am Math/Science 10:15am-11:15am Break 11:15am-11:30am Math/Science 11:30am-12:30pm
Dates of middle school summer programming are as follows:
Two Staff Workshop Days are provided: June 17-18 * 8 hours each day of paid time to prepare for teaching Virtual Academy summer program students.
Requirements: Current Teaching License
Jason Sellars ALC Coordinator Cell - 612.760.4120 Office – 952.707.4126