Current Job Openings

Department of Human Resources
SHEBOYGAN AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT
830 Virginia Avenue
Sheboygan, WI 53081
July 15, 2014

SPECIAL BULLETIN

The following vacancy exists in the Sheboygan Area School District. All interested persons shall make written application to the Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources by 4:00 p.m. on July 28, 2014. The Sheboygan Area School District does not discriminate on the basis of age, handicap, marital or parental status, national origin, pregnancy, race, religion, sex or sexual orientation.

Applications will be accepted only through the Wisconsin Education Career Access Network (WECAN). Go to: http://services.education.wisc.edu/wecan/pub/vList.cfm?inst=7342 to view the vacancy and to submit your application materials.

                            SPECIAL EDUCATION (CROSS-CATEGORICAL) TEACHER
                                                       CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL
 

QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Must be Wisconsin DPI certified in Special Education Emotional Behavioral Disabilities grades 9-12, and/or Learning Disabilities (LD) grades 9-12, and/or Cognitive Disabilities – Borderline (CDB) grades 9-12.
2. Knowledge and experience working with EBD, LD, and CDB students.
3. Preferred training and experience in behavior management.
4. Must be able to show previous students' successes.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Must possess a high level of knowledge and experience providing a continuum of services and working in inclusive settings with students identified with various disabilities, including autism spectrum disorder, specific learning disabilities, emotional behavioral disabilities, and other health impairments.
2. Must be willing to teach collaboratively with regular education teachers in mainstream classrooms. Must be knowledgeable in the IEP process and in the utilization of behavior management systems including conducting Functional Behavioral Assessments and designing Behavioral Intervention Plans.
3. Must be able to work as a team player with other teachers, support staff, administration, parents, and community agencies to meet the needs of disabled students in the least restrictive environment.
4. Excellent communication skills are essential.
5. Must demonstrate the ability to maintain a professional relationship with co-workers; consistently keep people informed and share ideas.
6. Must practice data-driven instructional decision-making and demonstrate the ability to provide evidence-based academic interventions in literacy, math, and writing to students.
7. Must possess background in the use of social skills training models and be certified in CPI or willing to be trained. Must be flexible and adaptable to changing job needs/situations for the purpose of facilitating student learning and promoting a positive, collaborative work environment.

Central High School is an innovative charter school deeply committed to student success. As a full-service high school focused on college/career readiness, we prepare students for post-secondary education or the world of work. Our small class sizes promote the development of student-staff relationships that foster an atmosphere of caring and respect. Central High School’s curriculum offers individual options, including: project-based learning, traditional classes, flexible schedule, including an extended day before and after school program, and summer credit recovery. In addition, our early college model supports student achievement in ACT and Accuplacer test preparation, college-readiness skills, and application procedures. Students at Central are given the opportunity to take on- and off-site courses for college credit at Lakeshore Technical College, earning credits and certificates concurrently with high school credits.