High School Teacher (Summer School)
Overview: The Summer Learning Experience (SLE) high school teacher provides contracted instructional services with the necessary educational expertise in literacy, mathematics, STEM, test prep, and social-emotional learning to small groups of students.
This summer, we are seeking high school teachers to teach small groups of students in grades 9-11. All coursework is aligned with New York State Regents and graduation requirements. Teachers for rising 10th and 11th grade students will need to have a thorough working knowledge of technology and blended learning, as that level of high school programming and learning will be technology dependent.
The effective teacher delivers all program material to students either on a virtual platform or in-person at a school site and keeps students excited and engaged in the learning process. The teacher also communicates and conferences with parents to provide information on student progress. The teacher is supported by their assigned Academic Specialist and Operations Specialist.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following (other duties may be assigned).
- Maintains daily record of student attendance and performance data
- Attends all required professional development prior to program start date and throughout program (for compensation at hourly rate)
- Prepares for daily lessons using provided scope and sequence and affiliated instructional materials
- Maintains professional communication and rapport with parents
- Adheres to all requirements for effective and safe instruction
- Attends regular cohort staff meetings (for compensation at hourly rate)
- Maintains open communication with Operation Specialist regarding operational needs and Academic Specialist regarding instructional needs
All Summer Learning Experience staff members are crucial components to ensuring overall program success. Because our success is truly a team effort, each team member is held responsible for embodying our Core 5 Values – accountability, decisiveness, humility, transparency, and inclusivity – in all interactions with colleagues and external partners.
Staff members are expected to be available for the full duration of the program. Program dates are dependent on participating school preference but are anticipated to be between July 5th and August 11th.
Requires a bachelor’s degree and teaching experience. Experience as a high school teacher is highly preferred. Previous Catapult Learning employees must be in good standing to qualify for this position.
NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, NONPUBLIC SCHOOLS REQUIREMENTS:
- Copy of College Diploma
- Copy of Current Resume
- Attend and complete the following online courses through the DOE:
- School Violence Prevention Course
- Child Abuse Reporting Course
- Fingerprint clearance through IdentoGo systems located at multiple locations in New York City. Staff will not be allowed to work with students until the above is completed and verified by the DOE.