Please contact Superintendent Jeremy Hurd email@example.com, or stop in the Main Office, for an application or more information regarding the position.
At Tripp-Delmont School District 33-5, we pride ourselves on giving students a vibrant learning experience in a welcoming environment. Our teachers count on paraprofessionals to bring the best to the classroom every day.
We’re searching for a qualified paraprofessional to join us in delivering the high-quality learning experiences we’re known for. The ideal candidate has prior experience in this role, and is flexible to adapt to the changing nature of the demands of the class.
He or she will work closely with an assigned teacher and supports them in their duties. Typical tasks include working with students in groups and individually during lessons, assisting with lesson plans and materials, grading homework, and writing progress reports. The thriving paraprofessional is caring, compassionate, and committed to each student’s success.
Objectives of this Role
- Provide instructional reinforcement under the direction of the classroom teacher in executing lesson plans
- Serve as a positive, nurturing guide for students
- Model professional and ethical standards when dealing with students, parents, staff, and community, following and upholding school rules and standards
- Safely supervise students in both instructional and assessment activities in and out of the classroom
- Participate in planning sessions with the learning team, communicating with parents and school officials as needed
Daily and Monthly Responsibilities
- Co-teach lesson components as determined by the teacher, leading small-group or individual instruction and discussion and reviewing classwork material
- Attend to students' physical, personal, academic, and emotional needs; help with translation and hygienic needs when necessary
- Organize classroom and teaching materials; verify and track student attendance
- Perform clerical duties such as typing, filing, and photocopying; grade tests and homework, recording the results
- Establish and maintain collaborative working relationships with students, parents, and staff to enhance the instructional environment; participate in parent-teacher and faculty meetings and events
- Provide services to students during traditional school hours who are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Emotional Disturbance, Specific Learning Disability, Intellectual Disability, Other Health Impairment as well as learners with no diagnosis but require assistance.
INTERESTED IN BEING A SUBSTITUTE TEACHER!!
COME JOIN OUR TEAM!!
Please fill out a school district application (PDF or MS Word) and return to the Tripp-Delmont School District. A background check for fingerprinting will need to be picked up at the school. A background check must be completed before a substitute teacher can begin work.
Please drop completed forms at the school or mail to the following address.
Tripp, SD 57376
For more information, please contact Superintendent Jeremy Hurd firstname.lastname@example.org at 605-935-6766
NON-DISCRIMINATION--The Tripp-Delmont School District 33-5 does not discriminate on the basis of race or color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy), disability, sexual orientation, age, religion and creed, military/veteran status, or marital status, in admission or access to or treatment or employment in its programs and activities. For inquiries concerning the District’s compliance with Title VI or the Age Discrimination Act please contact the Superintendent of Schools Jeremy Hurd, 105 S. Sloan Street, PO Box 430, Tripp, SD, 57376, (605) 935-6766; for Title IX please contact the PK-8 Principal Sarah Leibel, 105 S. Sloan Street, PO Box 430, Tripp, SD, 57376, (605) 935-6766; or for Section 504 of the Americans with Disabilities (ADA) act please contact the Special Education Director, 105 S. Sloan Street, PO Box 430, Tripp, SD, 57376, (605) 935-6766. For further inquiries contact the South Dakota Regional Office for Civil Rights, Kansas City Office, U.S. Dept. of Education, One Petticoat Lane, 1010 Walnut Street, Suite 320, Kansas City, MO, 64106, phone (816) 268-0550, TDD (800) 877-0599, Fax (816) 268-0559, e-mail: OCR.KansasCity@ed.gov.