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Summer School Program 2020 vacancies

Attached you will find information about applying for our 2019 Summer School Program.

  • Certificated  Title I Summer School Teacher (emphasis on literacy, language, and mathematical thinking): Incoming Grades 1-8 
  • Certificated Kick off to Kindergarten Teacher:  Students who have not attended preschool (entering K)
  • Certificated Extended School Year Preschool-Grade 8 
  • Classified Para-Educator I/Bilingual for Kick off to Kindergarten Program 
  • Classified Para-Educator I & II Exceptional Children
  • Classified Student Supervision Aide (Bus Aide)
  • Classified School Office Support  
  • Adaptive Physical Education Teacher Grades 1-8

**ALL Positions require fingerprint clearance

Apply online with links at https://tinyurl.com/smfcSummerEmployment

Questions about Title I / Kickoff to Kindergarten: email Justine Morey, Lead Teacher JMorey@smfcsd.net 

Questions about ESY: email Kaci Brennan, Lead Teacher KBrennan@smfcsd.net 

Applications must be submitted online by Friday March 13th, 2020 by 5:00 pm. 

 

CERTIFICATED   VACANCIES

Summer School Certificated Title I Teachers

Selection Process: 

Selection of summer school teachers will be on a District-wide basis.  Summer school assignments will be determined based on program need and student enrollment.  Priority will be given to San Mateo-Foster City School District teachers. Candidates will be interviewed for their chosen posted position(s).  Participation in any professional development provided during the summer session will be required and paid on a timecard.  The number of positions will be determined by student enrollment.  Positions are for the 2020 summer session only. Priority will be given to full time applicants first. 

Requirements: 

  • Valid California Teaching Credential
  • Knowledge of strategies to support English Learners and students who are not yet mastering standards
  • Strategies for both literacy (reading, speaking/listening, writing, and language) and mathematical reasoning 
  • Strategies for student engagement, including engagement of students who might be reluctant to engage
  • Small group instruction (clear routines and procedures/classroom management to support that)
  • Collaboration with another teacher (each classroom will have 2 teachers and 20-24 students)
  • Participation in any professional development provided during the summer session

Summer Title I Program specifics:

Salary Rate

$58.03 per hour reported on a timecard and paid at the end of August 2020

Dates

June 26: 5 hours (9:00am-12n for PD/Staff meeting and 1pm-3pm for prep)

June 29 - July 24 (July 3 is an unpaid holiday)

July 24: 2 hours for cleanup and reporting

Payroll checks are issued at the end of August

Hours

Students: 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.     

Teachers: 8:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. with extended PD times twice a week. Dates and times to follow.

Site

College Park Elementary: TItle I, Kickoff to Kindergarten, and Extended School Year

 

 

Kick-Off to Kindergarten Summer transitional Program- Certificated Positions

SMFCSD will offer a Kick-Off to Kindergarten Summer Transition Program for incoming kindergarten students from June 30 - July 24, 2020.  This program is an exciting opportunity to develop kindergarten readiness skills and to facilitate the transition into kindergarten for Second Language Learner students and/or students who have not attended preschool.

The Kick-Off to Kindergarten Summer Transitional Program site will be College Park Elementary School.  There will be two teachers and one para-educator assigned to each class. Previous TK or Kindergarten teaching experience is preferred.  

Summer Kickoff to Kindergarten specifics:

Salary Rate

$58.03 per hour reported on a timecard and paid at the end of August 2019

Dates

June 26: 5 hours (9:00am-12n for PD/Staff meeting and 1pm-3pm for prep)

June 29 - July 24 (July 3 is an unpaid holiday)

July 24: 2 hours for cleanup and reporting

Payroll checks are issued at the end of August

Hours

June 26: 5 hours (9:00am-12n for PD/Staff meeting and 1pm-3pm for prep)

June 29 - July 24 (July 3 is an unpaid holiday): 8:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. with extended PD times twice a week. Dates and times to follow.

July 24: 2 hours for cleanup and reporting 12:15 - 2:15 or 1:15 - 3:15

Payroll checks are issued at the end of August

Site

College Park Elementary

Summer School Extended School Year (ESY) Certificated Positions

  • Special Education Special Day Class Certificated Teachers
  • Substitute ESY Certificated Teacher
  • Speech Therapists 
  • Occupational Therapy 
  • Adaptive Physical Education 
  • Psychologist

 

Additional Possible Summer School Positions – To be determined by the Student Services Department

Summer Title I Program specifics:

Salary Rate

$58.03 per hour reported on a timecard and paid at the end of August 2020

Dates

June 26: 5 hours (9:00am-12n for PD/Staff meeting and 1pm-3pm for prep)

June 29 - July 24 (July 3 is an unpaid holiday): 8:15 - 12:15 M, T, W, Th, F 

June 29 - July 24: 8:15 - 12:15 

July 26: 2 hours for cleanup and reporting 12:15 - 2:15 or 1:15 - 3:15

Extended PD dates and times to follow

Payroll checks are issued at the end of August

Hours

Students: 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.                                                                                     

Teachers: 8:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. with extended PD times twice a week. Dates and times to follow. 

Site

College Park Elementary: TItle I, Kickoff to Kindergarten, and Extended School Year

Requirements for all the above advertised positions:

  • Satisfactory working experience with children in the classroom.
  • Having viable ideas for this summer school program.
  • Ability to establish and operate an effective classroom and to create a desirable learning environment.
  • Strong curriculum background.
  • Positive attitude toward children.
  • Cooperative working relationship with colleagues, supervisors, and parents.
  • SDC Teachers will require current and valid teaching credential in special education.
  • APE teacher will require a valid and current teaching credential and appropriate APE certification/credit hours
  • Psychologists, Speech Pathologists, and OT therapists will require current and valid license. 

SELECTION PROCESS:

The selection for summer school teachers will be made on a District-wide basis.  Summer school assignments will be determined on the basis of program need at each school site and final hiring will be based on adequate enrollment.  Priority will be given to San Mateo-Foster City School District teachers.

CLASSIFIED  VACANCIES 

Kick-Off to Kindergarten Summer transitional Program 

PARA-EDUCATOR l / PARA-EDUCATOR l BILINGUAL 

Salary Range 37 (District employees will keep current step)

Employment Agreement: hours reported on time card

Note: payroll checks are issued at the end of August, 2020

Work Period: June 29 - July 24 (no school on July 3; this position is paid on an employment agreement, so this is not a paid day off)

Total Hours: 4 hours per day (8:15 am – 12:15 pm)

Under supervision, to assist certificated teacher in classroom operations; to assist teacher in instruction and the reinforcement of instruction of students individually and in small groups in accordance with instructions; to provide instructional record keeping support; to translate and interpret oral and written communication between parents, students and staff; to perform routine clerical duties; and to perform related work as required.

 

Para-Educators I and II - Exceptional Children

Para-Educator I - Exceptional Children: Salary Range 39 (District employees will keep current step)

Para-Educator II - Exceptional Children: Salary Range 41 (District employees will keep current step)

To assist certificated teacher(s) in the instruction, supervision, and training of individual or groups of exceptional children by performing a variety of instructional support activities.  Employees in this classification receive general to limited supervision within a framework of well-defined policies and procedures. This job class provides instructional support activities to enhance the educational environment within assigned classrooms.  This classroom job functions at a level of independence that requires creativity and initiative in addition to a high degree of positive contact with assigned students and certificated staff.

 

Student Supervision Aide (Bus-Aide)*

Salary Range 35 (District employees will keep current step)

Student Supervision Aide (Bus- Aide) position, duties will include:

  • Supervising students at bus stop before school
  • Accompanying students on the bus to and from school
  • Supervising students at the bus drop-off until all students have been accounted for (approximately 10 minutes)
  • Support site with various activities during the school day (in class and on campus)
  • June 30 - July 26 (no school on July 3; this position is paid on an employment agreement, so this is not a paid day off)

 *Candidates may apply for both Para-Educator AND General Education Student Supervision Aide (Bus-Aide)

Summer School School Office Support:

Applicants will compile, post, update, process and maintain designated student data and records and to provide a wide variety of responsible clerical and office activities in support of assigned summer school office operation.  

Employees in this classification receive general supervision within a framework of standard policies and 

procedures.  This job class performs journey level clerical duties in the accurate and timely processing and 

maintenance of student and school office records, activities, and operations.

Required: Knowledge of elements of good English usage, school district office methods, practices and procedures. Applicant must be able to communicate and interact appropriately with parents, students and staff in person and over the phone.  Must be proficient with District use of Aeries.net, Google apps and Microsoft Office software. Understanding of how to enter data using specialized databases and other applications software into a district database (Aeries) and to run reports using Aeries.  Learn and apply appropriate summer school rules and regulations, make arithmetical computations, prepare and maintain records and reports. Type accurately at a rate required for successful job performance (45 words per minute), and pass required clerical tests, establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the performance of required duties.

Summer Program specifics for SOS/AA: 

Salary Rate

SOS – Range 46  (paid at the end of August, 2020)

AA – Range 50  (paid at the end of August, 2020)

Dates

*Prep time with Lead Teacher before June 28 (15-20 hrs.)

June 26 - (8:15 - 3:00 pm) Prep Day for teachers 

June 29 -July 24  (July 3 is an unpaid holiday) 8:15 - 12:15  

Total Work Hours: A maximum of 105 hours paid at the end of August 2020

Hours

Students: 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.                                                                                      Teachers/Office Staff: 8:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. (4 hrs. per day)

Sites

College Park: Title 1 Summer School

                     Kickoff to Kindergarten

                     Extended School Year

  • Positions will be for the 2020 Summer School Session only.

 

 

SAN MATEO-FOSTER CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

NONDISCRIMINATION STATEMENT

The San Mateo-Foster City School District does not allow discrimination, intimidation, harassment (including sexual harassment) or bullying based on a person’s actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, nationality/national origin, immigration status, ethnic group identification/ethnicity, age, religion, marital status/ pregnancy/ parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, medical information or association with a person(s) or group with one of more of these actual or perceived characteristics. For questions or complaints, contact: 

SMFCSD Equity Officer: Dr. Sarah Drinkwater, Assistant Superintendent of Student Services; 1170 Chess Drive, Foster City, CA 94404; (650) 312-7341; sdrinkwater@smfcsd.net  and Title IX Compliance Officer: Lori Fukumoto; Prevention Services Coordinator; 1170 Chess Drive, Foster City, CA 94404; (650) 312-7399; lfukumoto.titleix@smfcsd.net

DECLARACIÒN DE NO DISCRIMINACIÒN DEL DISTRITO

ESCOLAR DE SAN MATEO-FOSTER CITY

El Distrito Escolar de San Mateo-Foster City no permite discriminación, intimidación, acoso (incluyendo acoso sexual) o bullying basado en raza, color, ascendencia, nacionalidad/país de origen, estatus de inmigración, identificación de grupo étnico/etnicidad, edad, religión, estatus matrimonial/embarazo/estatus de ser padre, discapacidad física o mental, sexo, orientación sexual, genero, identidad de género, expresión de género, información genética, información médica o asociación con personas o grupos de uno o más de estas características actuales o percibidas. Para preguntas o quejas, contacte a: 

Oficial de Equidad de SMFCSD: Dr. Sarah Drinkwater,

Superintendente Auxiliar de Servicios Estudiantiles; 1170 Chess Drive, Foster City, CA 94404; (650) 312-7341;  sdrinkwater@smfcsd.net  y Oficial de Cumplimiento de  Titulo IX: Lori Fukumoto; Coordinadora de Servicios de Prevención; 1170 Chess Drive, Foster City, CA 94404; (650) 312-7399; lfukumoto.titleix@smfcsd.net