Migrant Student Service Provider (MSSP) will provide classroom support services as needed to meet the unique educational needs of migrant students. Supplemental services will be provided as needed to help migrant students successfully meet the educational standards of the local school system and state. As well as educational support for the dropouts and out-of-school youth (OSY).
QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum two year of advanced education; Language fluency in Spanish and English (listening, speaking, reading and writing); Must have reliable transportation; Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Superintendent and the Board may find appropriate.
Consider home, school and community factors when addressing academic needs Assist teachers in determining need for instructional services by completing migrant student Priority for Services (PFS) forms Make appropriate home visits Provide tutorial services as need in conjunction with the classroom teacher Communicate progress and needs of migrant students to classroom teachers Promote and encourage parental involvement in the educational program Initiate and/or participate in, dropout prevention programs for migrant students Identify and establish contact with local employers of migrant labor Visit labor camps, employers of migrant labor and any other locations where migrant laborers and their families may be found. Initiate enrollment activities Maintain contact with GaDOE recruiters and resource specialists Interview prospective participants and complete Certificate of Eligibility (COE) documents and submit following the guidelines in the Georgia Migrant Education Program Identification and Recruitment and Data Collections Handbook Maintain the Supplemental Services Tracking Form of all instructional and supplemental services provided Complete and submit reports as directed indicating services rendered to students Maintain completed copies of all migrant PFS Submit withdrawal forms in a timely manner (within a week of withdrawal) Provide a written daily schedule to the school, the contact person and the regional office Maintain additional documentation as directed by the GaDOE regional office Track graduation rates for migrant high school students Meet the established deadlines for completion of all paperwork and reports required by your district, the regional MEP office, and/or the GaDOE Attend appropriate workshops and in-service meetings Maintain travel log and submit travel expense reimbursement forms as required by the district Work closely with the regional MEP staff in preparation for special events such as college awareness programs, summer programs at ABAC, UGA and GSU, parent advisory council meetings, awards and honors programs and summer schools Involve migrant parents in community interest programs, local and state PACs, Comprehensive Needs Assessment (CAN) meetings, PTA/PTO, and other school events Performs other duties as assigned by appropriate administrator
REPORTS TO: Associate Superintendent for Academic Services
SALARY RANGE: Part Time. Competitive salary in accordance with the DCSS Compensation Guide.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Review of applicants will begin on April 13, 2021 and will continue until the position is filled. INTERESTED APPLICANTS SHOULD APPLY ONLINE. THE DOUGHERTY COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, AGE, SEX, NATIONAL ORIGIN OR DISABILITY
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The Dougherty County School System is a leading catalyst and advocate for public education in Southwest Georgia. It's the largest school system in the second congressional district. The school district has 21 schools (14 elementary, 4 middle and 3 high schools), five learning centers and the Commodore Conyers College & Career Academy. All schools are accredited by Cogina. The DCSS offers a competitive salary and benefits package.
Dougherty County is recognized for its quail and duck hunting, fishing, the Flint River and many cypress swamps. The County has a population of approximately 90,000. Our County has two institutions of higher education, Albany State University and Albany Technical College. Notable points of interests include the Albany Museum of Art, the Flint RiverQuarium, the Albany Civil Rights Institute, the Parks at Chehaw, Radium Springs Gardens, and Thronateeska Heritage Center, which includes the Museum of History, Wetherbee Planetarium, and the Science Discovery Center. Dougherty County is a short drive to Atlanta, the Georgia coast, as well as the Florida Gulf Coast beaches.
Important Note This document provides descriptive information about the above The Dougherty County School System position. Work actually performed by incumbents in this position may vary. Although this document may be used for recruiting, staffing, or career planning, the information contained herein should only be used as a guideline or recommendation for the content of and qualifications for this position. The Dougherty County School System reserves the right to make changes to this document as deemed necessary without providing advance written notice.
Mar 24, 2021.
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