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2019-20 - Secondary Teacher - (1/2 Instructional Coach / 1/2 Interventionist) - Lincoln High School - PROBATIONARY

at Morgan County School District Re-3

Posted: 5/2/2019
Job Status: Full Time
Job Reference #: 254
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Job Description

Lincoln High School is seeking an Instructional Coach / Interventionist.  The position begins August 5, 2019 with new teacher orientation.   

Lincoln High School is the district's alternative high school and provides a second chance educational opportunity for at-risk students.  Lincoln High School is a 1:1 environment.  The student to teacher ratio is approximately 14:1.  Teachers teach 6 periods per day.   

Position Summary - Instructional Coach

Responsible for coaching educators and teams to improve outcomes for students by providing job-embedded professional development that is differentiated, collaborative, and reflective.  Responsibilities include collaborating with teams and PLC/data groups to implement School Improvement Plans; partnering with educators to sustain implementation of the Standards Based Teaching and Learning Framework (SBTLF); and, partnering with educators so that students meet or exceed Colorado Academic Standards.

Essential Functions/Responsibilities

  • Support educators in all areas of classroom instruction and environment, including instructional strategies, student engagement strategies, classroom management, and curriculum, and, partner to engage in instructional coaching cycles.
  • Provide organized, individual, and/or group learning opportunities.
  • Design, coach, and provide support for educators to:  1.) Develop instruction aligned with district and state standards.  2.) Design assessments tasks that allow students to demonstrate understanding in a variety of ways.  3.) Use data to give meaningful feedback and modify instruction.
  • Facilitate and participate in building PLCs/teams and provide research, tools, and resources to support school MTSS and other student support efforts to improve student outcomes.  
  • Monitor student growth and progress, adapt support as needed, and maintain documentation pertinent to academic, social, and emotional progress and needs of students.  
  • Collaborate: 1.) With teachers, support personnel, administrators, and colleagues to enhance instruction and improve student outcomes.  2.) With instructional coaches and other district staff.   
  • Demonstrate a commitment to: 1.) Understand, appreciate, and make accommodations for student diversity. 2.) Include and engage families in the student’s education.             3.)  Support all Morgan County School District policies, procedures, and expectations.    4.)  Provide personal and professional excellence.
  • Participate in: 1.) Department, team, building, and district meetings and discussions.    2.) Student and/or family conferences and other meetings. 3.) Social, cultural, interscholastic, and extracurricular activities. 4.) Professional growth opportunities.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Position Summary - Interventionist

Responsible for instructing students to develop proficient skills that will contribute to their academic growth in appropriate subject areas in coordination with current curriculum and within the framework of district and state content standards.  Work with teachers to design methods of learning that are most appropriate for each student, by addressing the specific needs of a particular student through intensive learning sessions.   

Essential Functions / Responsibilities

  • Develop, plan, prepare, and implement: 1.) Intervention strategies, format structure, and schedule.  2.) Individualized programs of instruction for students.  3.)  Classroom materials and curriculum.  4.) Lesson plans and learning activities.
  • Instruct students in large, small, and one-on-one situations.
  • Administer, edit, proofread, and grade students’ assignments and assessments.
  • Create a classroom environment which maximizes instructional opportunity, supervise the behavior and wellbeing of students in the classroom and all educational settings, and administer discipline when appropriate.
  • Assist teachers with diagnosing intervention needs and coordinate lesson plans detailing methods and materials.  Design assessment tasks that allow students to demonstrate understanding in a variety of ways and use the data to give meaningful feedback and modify instruction.
  • Monitor student growth and progress, adapt support as needed, and maintain documentation pertinent to academic, social, and emotional progress and needs of students.
  • Consult frequently with classroom teachers on students’ progress.  Communicate students’ progress, and needs with parents/guardians and other staff as needed.
  • Collaborate: 1.) With teachers, support personnel, administrators, and colleagues to enhance instruction and improve student outcomes.  2.) With colleagues in team and building-based meetings and discussions.
  • Demonstrate a commitment to: 1.) Understand, appreciate, and make accommodations for student diversity. 2.) Include and engage families in the student’s education.             3.)  Support all Morgan County School District policies, procedures, and expectations.    4.)  Provide personal and professional excellence.
  • Participate in: 1.) Department, team, building, and district meetings and discussions.    2.) Student and/or family conferences and other meetings. 3.) Social, cultural, interscholastic, and extracurricular activities. 4.) Professional growth opportunities.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Education & Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred. Valid Colorado teaching license with appropriate endorsements.
  • Alternative education experience preferred but not required.
  • More than three years of classroom experience required.
  • Instructional coaching and/or leadership experiences at school or district level preferred.

Starting pay is $33,500.  The district affords up to 10 years like-for-like experience. The position is benefits eligible.  

Probationary teaching positions waive any right to portability of any non-probationary status under C.R.S. § 22-63-203.5

Our Community

Fort Morgan, the county seat of Morgan County, is located on the high plains of Colorado, 80 miles northeast of Denver.  Agriculture, livestock feeding and related agribusinesses are the basis of the economy.  Fort Morgan’s rich blend of small town tradition and down home hospitality, provides a wonderful background for residents and their families. The diverse population offers rich flavor to the community and endless opportunities for an enriched life.

Our District

Morgan County School District Re-3 is a progressive district that offers a variety of special programs along with a strong foundational education system.  The district is always looking at ways to increase student offerings and we are very proud of some recent program additions.  The district recently made a strong financial commitment to upgrade all of our school facilities with a focus on security and technology.



Primary Location: Lincoln High School

Shift Type: Full-Time

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Applications will be accepted beginning
Wednesday, May 1, 2019 12:00 AM
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