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AFTER SCHOOL SPORTS 
contact middle SCHOOLS TO EXPRESS INTEREST

Winter Sports Season 1:

Basketball: Girls 7th and 8th grade teams, Boys 7th and 8th grade teams

Winter Sports Season 2:

Basketball: Girls 6th grade teams, Boys 6th grade teams

Spring Sports:

Track: 6th through 8th grade team

Soccer: Girls 6th through 8th grade team, Boys 6th through 8th grade team

Tennis: 6th through 8th grade team

Boys Volleyball: 6th through 8th grade team

gym supervisor

The Gym Supervisor will monitor ALL home games in the gym. Responsibilities include:

  • Recruiting student scorekeepers (2 per game). Student scorekeepers are student volunteers from the sites to help the gym supervisor keep scores and records. Students can receive community service hours at their respective sites.
  • Greeting the opposing team’s coach(es) and the referees prior to the game.
  • Scorekeeping and reporting scores to the Site Athletic Director (AD).
  • Maintaining a positive atmosphere in the gym during games and providing crowd control if needed.
  • Reporting incidents involving players, coaches, referees, parents, etc. to the site AD as necessary

AVID Tutor (Part-Time 6-10 hours per week)

$15.00 per hour

Job Description

AVID tutors have the ability to guide students toward academic and personal excellence that will reach far beyond their high school years. As an AVID tutor, you are an active participant in the learning, growth, and personal development of students. Most importantly, you have been selected for this position because of the faith of the AVID coordinator in your ability to make a positive contribution.

AVID is a system that targets potential college students who need support. AVID prepares these students by:

  • Teaching them college readiness skills.  Students are enrolled in courses and given academic support through tutors.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • College student with a minimum of 2.5 GPA
  • Strong Math and/or English background, evidenced by college transcript
  • A desire to make a difference in the lives of students

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Work with small groups of middle school students.
  • Determine from student notes and discussions, the concepts that need to be taught or reviewed
  • Evaluate student binders, including calendars, class and textbook notes, etc.
  • Become familiar with the materials in the AVID Curriculum Libraries
  • Become familiar with the textbooks and materials used by AVID students
  • Conduct tutorial sessions in areas of mathematics, ELA and study skills.
  • Conduct mini-lessons in the process of writing in all subject areas, study skills, and other aspects of college preparations.
  • Set an example of personal excellence and high expectations for AVID students to follow
  • Work with students in any phase of the writing process, such as brainstorming, clustering, revision, and editing.
  • Communicate frequently and honestly with the AVID coordinator/teacher regarding student progress and areas of concern.

Application and Training

Applicants must complete an application and participate in the interview process

Tutors will be trained in the Socratic tutorial method and will receive ongoing feedback and assistance with implementing AVID resources.

Location: Borel, Bayside Academy and Abbott Middle Schools

Translators (Employment Agreement)

$20.00/hour, on call as needed

The Education Services Department is looking for people to translate written and oral communications for parents and teachers.  We are looking for all languages, but are most in need of translators of Spanish, Japanese, Hindi, Farsi, Vietnamese, Mandarin and Cantonese.  Translators will attend meetings and parent conferences to support translation for parents.  Translators also support the district and school sites with written translation of documents and report card comments.  Applicants must have an extensive vocabulary in both English and their second language and follow confidentiality guidelines of the District.  All applicants will be interviewed and assessed before acceptance onto the list of approved translators.  Please fill out the classified application and submit to Human Resources.

Crossing Guard (non-contracted position)

Salary: $12.00/hour

1 position at the corner of Polynesia and Niantic in Foster City

Hours: Monday through Friday from 7:45am-8:30am and Monday,Tuesday,Thursday and Friday from 2:30pm-3:05pm and Wednesday from 12:15pm-1:15pm.

1 position at the corner of El Camino and Barneson in San Mateo

Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 2:45pm to 3:00pm and on Wednesday from 12:45pm-1:15pm

1 position at the corner of Poplar and Humboldt in San Mateo, 3 hours/day

1 position at corner near North Shoreview School, 3 hours/day

1 position at the corner of 36th and Hacienda in San Mateo

Hours:  Monday-Friday from 8:10am to 8:40am and Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday from 2:50pm to 3:20pm and Wednesdays from 12:45pm to 1:15pm

1 position at Bunker Hill Ave in San Mateo (Highlands School area, 7:30-8am

2 positions - Cottage Grove/Oceanview and Dale/Oceanview in San Mateo (LEAD School area)

Hours:  Monday-Friday from 7:40am-8:05am and 2:05pm-2:50pm and Wednesday 12:15pm-12:45pm

1 position - Alameda de las Pulgas and Kentucky Avenue in San Mateo (Baywood School)

Contact Human Resources to apply.

Bus Aides

Salary: $12.00/hr

1 position at the Baptist Church in San Mateo, 3 hours/day, 7-8:30am and 12:20-1:20pm and 2:30-3:30pm

1 position for North Shoreview School at Kingston Street, 3 hours/day, 7:15-7:45am and 12:30-1pm and 2:15-4pm

Occupational Therapists (Employment Agreement)

Hours to be determined, $36/hour

Job Description

The occupational therapist facilitates the prevention, identification, evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of children with difficulties in fine motor, visual motor, visual

perceptual, and/or sensory motor deficits to assist students in accessing their educational placement.

  • Occupational Therapist Certification

Physical Therapist (Employment Agreement)

Hours to be determined, $36/hour

Job Description

The physical therapist facilitates the evaluation, identification, prevention, correction, and treatment of children within the school environment. The physical therapist addresses difficulties in gross motor performance, motor control, sensorimotor coordination, posture and balance, activities of daily living and functional mobility, and environmental adaptations and assistive devices to assist students in accessing their educational placement.

  • Physical Therapist Certification

Substitute Permit Teacher – Preschool

Salary Range 41 ($16.56/hr)

Children’s Center Teacher Permit required, Bilingual Spanish desirable

  • Reading, Math and Writing test required

Substitute Para-Educator I – Exceptional Children

Salary Range 39 ($15.73/hr)

Definition

Under supervision, to assist teachers in special education classroom operations; to assist teachers in instruction and the reinforcement of instruction of special education students individually and in small groups; to provide instructional support including record keeping; to perform routine clerical duties; and to perform related work as required.

  • Reading, Math and Writing test required

Substitute Para-Educator I – Extended Day (Children's Annex)

Salary Range 37 ($15.01/hr) 

Definition

Under general supervision, to assist teacher in planning, supervision, curriculum development and classroom arrangement, organization and maintenance; to provide instructional support and learning enrichment, using developmentally appropriate practices and materials; to monitor child safety, perform housekeeping functions, and assist in the physical care and feeding of children; and to perform related work as required.

  • Reading, Math and Writing test required

Substitute Para-Educator I – Preschool

Salary Range 35 ($14.30/hr)

Positions range from 2 to 8 hours (Turnbull Child Development Center)

Definition

Under general supervision, to assist teacher in planning, supervision, curriculum development and classroom arrangement, organization and maintenance; to provide instructional support and learning enrichment, using developmentally appropriate practices and material; to monitor child safety, perform housekeeping functions and assist in the physical care and feeding of children; and to perform related work as required. CPR and First Aid required. Bilingual Spanish desirable.

  • Reading, Math and Writing test required

Substitute Para-Educator II – Exceptional Children

Salary Range 41 ($16.56/hr)

Definition

Under general supervision, to provide specialized instructional, behavioral, physical, and medical assistance to exceptional students with severe handicaps; to operate a specialized learning center for special needs students; to provide instructional record keeping support; to perform routine clerical duties; and to perform related work as required. CPR and First Aid required.

  • Reading, Math and Writing test required

Substitute Food Service Assistants

Salary Range 35 ($14.30/hr)

Definition

Under general supervision, to learn and perform skilled food production work in the central kitchen to prepare and package food for distribution to satellite kitchens; to learn and perform skilled work in a satellite kitchen to heat food, set up serving areas, serve and sell food; to clean kitchen utensils, equipment and work surfaces; and do other related work as required.

  • Food Service Test required

TEMPORARY ADDITIONAL HOURS - CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES

Additional hours (2-5 hours/day) available for a Para-Educator I on an Employment Agreement

Range 37 ($15.01/hr)

  • 2 positions - North Shoreview School  M,T,Th,F 8:30am-2:30pm, W 9:15am-12:15pm
  • 1 position - Sunnybrae   Hours to be determined

Contact Barbara Weatherly, Human Resources at (650) 312-7292 or bweatherly@smfcsd.net

 

The San Mateo-Foster City School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is governed by a policy which affirms that discrimination in any stage of the employment process is prohibited, and which ensures equality of opportunity to all persons regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, ancestry, marital status, medical conditions, or physical handicap.