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Position Title: Community Outreach Ambassador Pay: $15-$20 per hour Job Description: North Side Community School is seeking enthusiastic and dedicated Community Outreach Ambassadors to join our team. In this role, you will be canvassing neighborhoods in the Greater North City St. Louis area to promote student enrollment. Your primary responsibility will be to engage with community members, share information about our school, and encourage families to consider enrolling their children in our grades PreK-8th program. Key Responsibilities: - Canvass designated neighborhoods by walking and knocking on doors. - Engage in friendly and informative conversations with residents about North Side Community School. - Provide detailed information about our school's offerings, including transportation, free breakfast and lunch, school supplies, extracurricular activities, and comprehensive mental health services. - Distribute promotional materials and answer questions from prospective families. - Maintain a positive and professional demeanor while representing North Side Community School. Qualifications: - Must be a people person with excellent verbal communication skills. - Must have a smartphone with reliable service for communication and navigation. - Ability to walk for extended periods and navigate various neighborhoods. - Reliable transportation to travel to different areas within North City St. Louis. - Comfortable with door-to-door canvassing and engaging with a diverse range of residents. - Knowledge of North City St. Louis neighborhoods is a plus. Application Process: If you are passionate about education and community engagement, we encourage you to apply. Join us in making a difference in the lives of children and families in North City St. Louis! This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. The employee may be required to perform other duties as assigned by the supervisor or administrator. North Side Community School is an equal-opportunity employer and is committed to a policy of equal treatment for all individuals applying to the school. North Side Community School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, handicap, age, religion, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin.

Position Title: Community Outreach Ambassador Pay: $15-$20 per hour Job Description: North Side Community School is seeking enthusiastic and dedicated Community Outreach Ambassadors to join our team....View more

About North Side Community School Are you a mission driven educator who believes every child deserves an excellent education in a warm, caring, nurturing, and rigorous school environment?  Do you believe every day should be a fresh start for a child? Does the idea of helping children grow, develop, and achieve success despite societal barriers excite you?  If so, North Side Community School may be the perfect place for you! North Side Community School is a PreK - 8th grade charter public school in the City of St. Louis founded in 2009 with an enrollment of approximately 500 students. The most important word in our name is community. We are a community of small classrooms (15 to 18 students per class), amazing educators, and caring parents working every day to ensure our children succeed!  North Side Community School operates across three campuses (early childhood center, elementary campus, and middle school campus). We are free (no tuition), public, and open to all. North Side consistently provides a high-quality education often ranked as one of the best public schools in the City of St. Louis and the State of Missouri. Most of our students live in the most challenging neighborhoods in St. Louis and 100% of our students qualify for free or reduced lunch.  Small class sizes, differentiated instruction, individualized attention, and AMAZING educators are the keys to our students' success! Compensation With a minimum starting salary of $52,000 for degreed and certified teachers, we offer a generous compensation package including an array of benefits including assistance with advanced education.    Position Summary North Side Community School is seeking a full-time art teacher.  If you are a certified art teacher with a passion for children of all ages, experience creating a positive and highly engaging art classroom environment and have a talent for applying strong instructional and classroom management strategies, and the ability to lead students through the development of skills while producing a variety of artistic works with different mediums WE WANT TO MEET YOU! Essential Functions
  • Plan and implement a program of study to meet the needs and interests of the students and is aligned with Missouri State Standards
  • Creation of a positive, nurturing, warm, welcoming classroom culture where students feel welcome, encouraged, and willing to take risks.
  • Employing engaging, differentiated instruction to teach skills.
  • Creation of a positive behavior plan to set routines and procedures enhancing engagement
in learning activities
  • Assessment of students’ skills and learning requirements
  • Establish and communicate clear learning objectives.
  • Employ age-appropriate instructional strategies to achieve the art curriculum goals
  • Demonstrate and assist students to use different techniques and media to develop art works aligned to their artistic abilities
  • Inform students about cultural and historical influences on art
  • Provide instruction that encourages students to understand and appreciate art
  • Encourage students to express their own personalities and thoughts through the creative process.
  • Provide feedback to relevant stakeholders about each student's progress
  • Create a classroom environment that is conducive to learning and is age-appropriate
  • Show students how to properly use and care for materials, tools, and equipment
  • Monitor and maintain classroom inventory
  • Plan and present art displays
  • Driven to help our NSCS students be the best they can be
  • Performs other duties and tasks as assigned 
  Skills & Characteristics
  • Knowledge of current art instructional teaching methods and educational pedagogy, as well as differentiates instruction based upon student learning styles.
  • Knowledge of art curriculum and concepts.
  • Implements a variety of instructional strategies to meet the needs of diverse learners
  • Uses student data to develop long term and short term, differentiated plans
  • Works collaboratively on grade level and school-wide teams
  • Uses a variety of classroom management strategies to keep the classroom running smoothly
  • Grows professionally and sets goals for themselves to become better educators
  • Ability to organize and coordinate work.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with students and parents.
  • Ability to engage in self-evaluation about performance and professional growth.
North Side Community School is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to a policy of equal treatment for all individuals applying to the school. North Side Community School does not discriminate based on race, color, gender, handicap, age, religion, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin.   Education: Bachelor’s degree (B.A)  Certification: Missouri state teaching certificate in Art (or eligible to receive)

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About North Side Community School  Are you a mission driven individual who believes every child deserves an excellent education in a warm,  caring, nurturing, and rigorous school environment? Do you believe every day should be a fresh start for  a child? Does the idea of helping children grow, develop, and achieve success despite societal barriers  excite you? If so, North Side Community School may be the perfect place for you!  North Side Community School is a PreK - 8th grade charter public school in the City of St. Louis founded  in 2009 with an enrollment of approximately 500 students. The most important word in our name is  community. We are a community of small classrooms (15 to 18 students per class), amazing educators,  and caring parents working every day to ensure our children succeed!   North Side Community School operates across three campuses (early childhood center, elementary  campus, and middle school campus). We are free (no tuition), public, and open to all. North Side  consistently provides a high-quality education often ranked as one of the best public schools in the City  of St. Louis and the State of Missouri. Most of our students live in the most challenging neighborhoods  in St. Louis and 100% of our students qualify for free or reduced lunch.   Small class sizes, differentiated instruction, individualized attention, and AMAZING educators are the  keys to our students' success!  Compensation  We offer a generous compensation package including an array of benefits including assistance with  advanced education.   Position Summary  The Elementary Lead Interventionist serves as a key instructional leader, overseeing the development  and implementation of targeted interventions in reading and mathematics for elementary students. This  role involves consulting with classroom teachers, planning and supervising Grade Level Interventionists,  and collaborating with school staff to ensure the effective delivery of intervention services. The Lead  Interventionist is responsible for identifying students in need, designing personalized intervention plans,  and monitoring student progress using assessment data. Additionally, they assist in coordinating and  implementing the school's Literacy Plan, support teachers in diagnosing student strengths and  weaknesses, promote interest in reading, and lead the development and implementation of Reading  Success Plans. By leading the assessment of reading levels and readiness, the Lead Interventionist plays  a crucial role in supporting student achievement and fostering a culture of literacy excellence within the  school community. Essential Functions 
  • Consult frequently with classroom teachers on matters relating to reading and mathematics  instruction using a progress-monitoring instrument as a base. 
  • Develop expertise, plan, lead, and supervise the Grade Level Interventionists in the following  functions: 
o Identify Students in Need: Collaborate with teachers, administrators, and support staff  to identify students who require additional academic support. Utilize assessment data  and observation to identify students' strengths and areas for improvement.  o Develop Intervention Plans: Design and implement personalized intervention plans for  students based on their specific needs and learning goals. Create differentiated  instructional materials and resources to address diverse learning styles and abilities.  o Implement Intervention Strategies: Utilize IXL platform to provide targeted practice and  reinforcement in literacy and mathematics. Facilitate DEAR time and Read Aloud  sessions to promote literacy development and foster a love for reading. Incorporate  significant work in writing.  o Conduct whole group and small group intervention sessions to deliver focused  instruction and support.  o Collaborate with Classroom Teachers: Coordinate with classroom teachers to align  intervention strategies with classroom curriculum and instructional goals. Provide  ongoing communication and feedback to teachers regarding student progress and  performance.  o Monitor Student Progress: Regularly assess student progress and academic growth  through formative and summative assessments. Maintain accurate records of student  data and intervention outcomes to track effectiveness and inform decision-making. 
  • Assist teachers and other administrators and/or supervisors in coordinating and implementing  the school Literacy Plan. 
  • Help teachers diagnose reading and mathematics strengths and weaknesses and match these  skills with appropriate techniques and materials. 
  • Promote interest in reading. 
  • Work with the classroom teachers to monitor student progress. 
  • Design and lead development of reading success plans  
  • Lead the implementation of reading success plans 
  • Lead the assessment of reading levels/readiness for all students in grades K to 3 and newly  enrolled students (grade1-5) at the beginning and end of the school year  
Skills & Characteristics 
  • Bachelor’s degree in education, special education, or related field. 
  • Valid teaching certification/license preferred. 
  • Experience in providing literacy and mathematics interventions to elementary-aged students. Knowledge of assessment tools and data-driven instruction. 
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work collaboratively with a diverse team of educators, students, and families. Commitment to ongoing professional development and growth. 
  • Familiar with Tier I, Tier II, and Tier III levels of support. 
  • Familiar with evidence-based reading strategies. 
North Side Community School is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to a policy of equal  treatment for all individuals applying to the school. North Side Community School does not discriminate  on the basis of race, color, gender, handicap, age, religion, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic  origin.  Education: Bachelor’s degree (B.A)  Reading Specialist degree preferred   Minimum 2 years of successful classroom teaching experience  Certification: Missouri state teaching certificate (or eligible to receive)

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About North Side Community School Are you a mission driven individual who believes every child deserves an excellent education in a warm, caring, nurturing, and rigorous school environment?  Do you believe every day should be a fresh start for a child? Does the idea of helping children grow, develop, and achieve success despite societal barriers excite you?  If so, North Side Community School may be the perfect place for you! North Side Community School is a PreK - 8th grade charter public school in the City of St. Louis founded in 2009 with an enrollment of approximately 500 students. The most important word in our name is community. We are a community of small classrooms (15 to 18 students per class), amazing educators, and caring parents working every day to ensure our children succeed!  North Side Community School operates across three campuses (early childhood center, elementary campus, and middle school campus). We are free (no tuition), public, and open to all. North Side consistently provides a high-quality education often ranked as one of the best public schools in the City of St. Louis and the State of Missouri. Most of our students live in the most challenging neighborhoods in St. Louis and 100% of our students qualify for free or reduced lunch.  Small class sizes, differentiated instruction, individualized attention, and AMAZING educators are the keys to our students' success! Compensation With a competitive starting salary, we offer a generous compensation package including an array of benefits including assistance with advanced education.    Position Summary North Side Community School is seeking a Speech Language Pathologist to begin in the 2024-2025 school year.  If you are an experienced educator with a passion for children of all ages, WE WANT TO MEET YOU!    Under the leadership of the Director of Student Support Services, and in collaboration with School Leaders and Teachers, the Speech-Language Pathologist will use effective strategies to serve the needs of students with communication disorders.   Essential Functions
    • Planning and Oversight:
      • Determine and use procedures for referrals, identification, diagnosis, case termination and follow-up of Speech/Language Pathology students.
      • Establish daily schedules for assigned students according to service minutes established in the IEP.
    • Screening, Testing, Diagnosing and Advising
      • Perform initial evaluations and re-evaluations as required by federal, state, and district guidelines.
      • Analyzes and interprets information to make recommendations regarding the need for speech-language services.
      • Determines the effects of the student’s impairment in regard to accessing the general curriculum.
      • Utilize allocated coordination time to perform additional professional responsibilities including developing and updating therapy plans, holding parent conferences, staff consultations, and classroom observations.
      • Schedules interventions using a variety of service delivery models, including classroom intervention, consultation/collaboration, and pull-out as appropriate to meet student needs in the least restrictive environment
      • Consult and collaborate with members of students’ teams to monitor academic progress and
      • Design/implement IEP accommodations/modifications.
    • Managing and Conducting Therapy
      • Develop and implement an IEP (and other supporting paperwork) for each student within mandated timelines
      • Attend and serve as a member of the IEP team to determine the eligibility of students
      • Complete progress reports for each student served.
  • Maintain an individual folder for each student that contains all forms required by federal and state mandates.
Skills & Characteristics
  • Dedication to helping children grow and learn
  • A passion for working with students from underserved communities
  • Ability to take and quickly implement feedback
  • Be a highly collaborative, results-oriented, adaptable, problem-solving self-starter.
  • Embrace using data to inform instructional planning and practice.
  • Comfortable analyzing student performance results and working to improve instructional practices.
  • Be positive, thoughtful, passionate, articulate, motivating, and empowering with students and team members.
  • Have excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Be computer savvy, with proficiency in email, word processing, spreadsheets, Google Docs, etc. 
  Education and Certification
  • Master’s degree in Speech and Language Pathology required
  • Missouri Speech and Language Pathology License required for the position 
  • Experience in pediatrics/school-based speech and language therapy strongly preferred
North Side Community School is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to a policy of equal treatment for all individuals applying to the school. North Side Community School does not discriminate based on race, color, gender, handicap, age, religion, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin.

About North Side Community School Are you a mission driven individual who believes every child deserves an excellent education in a warm, caring, nurturing, and rigorous school environment?  Do you b...View more

Are you a mission-driven educator who believes every child deserves an excellent education in a warm, caring, nurturing, and rigorous school environment? Do you believe every day should be a fresh start for a child? Does the idea of helping children grow, develop, and achieve success despite societal barriers excite you? If so, North Side Community School may be the perfect place for you! North Side Community School is a PreK - 8th-grade charter public school in the City of St. Louis founded in 2009 with an enrollment of approximately 500 students. The most important word in our name is community. We are a community of small classrooms (15 to 18 students per class), amazing educators, and caring parents working every day to ensure our children succeed! North Side Community School operates across three campuses (early childhood center, elementary campus, and middle school campus). We are free (no tuition), public, and open to all. North Side consistently provides a high-quality education often ranked as one of the best public schools in the City of St. Louis and the State of Missouri. Most of our students live in the most challenging neighborhoods in St. Louis and 100% of our students qualify for free or reduced lunch. Small class sizes, differentiated instruction, individualized attention, and AMAZING educators are the keys to our students' success! Position Summary: North Side Community School is seeking Substitute Teachers for the 2023-2024 school year. Candidates with proven experience of creating a positive and highly engaging classroom environment and applying strong instructional and classroom management strategies. Compensation: Daily Rate: $225 per day Long Term Rate*: $250 per day *Long term is defined as 3 or more consecutive days for the same teacher Essential Functions:  Assume the leadership of a classroom following plans established by the full-team teacher.  Implementation of a positive, nurturing, warm, welcoming classroom culture where students feel welcome, encouraged, and willing to take risks.  Implementation of a positive behavior plan to set routines and procedures enhancing engagement in learning activities  Following prepared lesson plans as well as Implementing engaging activities to teach skills (e.g., drawing, theater, experiments, etc.)  Maintain a high-level of professionalism Skills & Characteristics:  Punctual and attentive to schedules  Implements the growth mindset in the classroom  Uses a variety of positive classroom management strategies to keep the classroom running smoothly Education: Minimum of an Associate’s Degree Certification: Substitute Teaching Certification for the State of Missouri or Full Teaching Certification   North Side Community School is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to a policy of equal treatment for all individuals applying to the school. North Side Community School does not discriminate based on race, color, gender, handicap, age, religion, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin.

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Full Time, One year At-Will Agreement
Posted 12 months ago
Compensation With a minimum starting salary of $52,000 for degreed and certified teachers, we offer a generous compensation package including an array of benefits including assistance with advanced education.  An additional one-time Onboarding Stipend of $5,000 awarded at the conclusion of the school year. See below for the additional benefits of working at North Side Community School! Position Summary North Side Community School is seeking full-time classroom teachers for immediate openings and to begin teaching in the 2023-2024 school year.  If you are a certified classroom teacher with a passion for children of all ages, experience creating a positive and highly engaging classroom environment, and have a talent for applying strong instructional and classroom management strategies WE WANT TO MEET YOU! Essential Functions
  • Creation of a positive, nurturing, warm, welcoming classroom culture where students feel welcome, encouraged, and willing to take risks.
  • Employing engaging, differentiated instruction to teach skills.
  • Creation of a positive behavior plan to set routines and procedures enhancing engagement
in learning activities
  • Assessment of students’ skills and learning requirements
  • Keeping track of and reflecting on students’ progress
  • Monitoring children’s behavioral patterns and arrange appropriate interventions if needed
  • Establishing positive parent relationships and keeping parents well abreast of their child’s progress, strengths, and challenges.
  • Participate as an active member of the community to provide stewardship of the school
and adherence to its mission and guiding principles
  • Maintain a high-level of professionalism including meeting deadlines, and commitments to self, students, and the community
  • Administer and analyze informal and formal student assessments, using quantitative and qualitative data to drive and inform instruction
  • Participation in professional development activities and team meetings
  • Driven to help our NSCS students be the best they can be
  • Performs other duties and tasks as assigned 
Skills & Characteristics
  • Implements a variety of instructional strategies to meet the needs of diverse learners
  • Uses student data to develop long term and short term, differentiated plans
  • Works collaboratively on grade level and school-wide teams
  • Implements the growth mindset in the classroom
  • Uses a variety of classroom management strategies to keep the classroom running smoothly
  • Grows professionally and sets goals for themselves to become better educators
About North Side Community School Are you a mission driven educator who believes every child deserves an excellent education in a warm, caring, nurturing, and rigorous school environment?  Do you believe every day should be a fresh start for a child? Does the idea of helping children grow, develop, and achieve success despite societal barriers excite you?  If so, North Side Community School may be the perfect place for you! North Side Community School is a PreK - 8th grade charter public school in the City of St. Louis founded in 2009 with an enrollment of approximately 500 students. The most important word in our name is community. We are a community of small classrooms (15 to 18 students per class), amazing educators, and caring parents working every day to ensure our children succeed!  North Side Community School operates across three campuses (early childhood center, elementary campus, and middle school campus). We are free (no tuition), public, and open to all. North Side consistently provides a high-quality education often ranked as one of the best public schools in the City of St. Louis and the State of Missouri. Most of our students live in the most challenging neighborhoods in St. Louis and 100% of our students qualify for free or reduced lunch.  Small class sizes, differentiated instruction, individualized attention, and AMAZING educators are the keys to our students' success! Education: Bachelor’s degree (B.A)  Certification: Missouri state teaching certificate (or eligible to receive) Benefits of Working at North Side Community School
  • Minimum $52,000 starting salary
  • Small class sizes (15 to 18 students)
  • Onboarding Stipend
  • $7,000 annual tuition reimbursement
  • Flexible scheduling and increased plan time
  • Beautiful 8-acre, secure, gated campus
  • Paid maternity and paternity leave
  • Free breakfast and lunch
  • 100% paid health, vision, dental, life insurance
  • Extended day stipends
  • Extracurricular/Coaching stipends
  • Gated parking
  • Classroom budget
North Side Community School is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to a policy of equal treatment for all individuals applying to the school. North Side Community School does not discriminate based on race, color, gender, handicap, age, religion, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin.

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