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School Social Worker

Plattsmouth Community Schools
Contact Name: 
Dr. Richard E. Hasty

Due to a retirement, we are seeking a highly motivated school social worker that has a strong desire to join a district with a team of four (4) full-time school social workers that are paving a path from good to great. Student-centered, collaborative school social workers that can motivate students of all ability levels are encouraged to apply for this position. 

Plattsmouth is a rural community and has schools within 10 min. of Bellevue and 20 min. of Omaha. Visit us at www.pcsd.org, Facebook, and Twitter.

POSITION GOAL:
To identify and make special provisions for students who are at risk of failing to meet educational expectations and assist staff members in fulfillment of a belief that success in meeting universally high and reasonable expectations, eventual graduation, and continued education and/or future employment are attainable goals for all students. 

QUALIFICATIONS:        
         1. Personal qualifications suitable for working with at-risk student populations and their parents. 
         2. Special preparation in social work, mental health, counseling, special needs, special education and at-risk youth programs is desirable. MSW and Licensed Mental Health Practitioner, or willingness to obtain, preferred.
         3. Willing to work with students with behavioral, emotional, or home problems and to go into homes of such students in order to work with parents. 
         4. Ability to communicate effectively with students, teachers, administrators, support personnel, parents and other specialists.

Performance Responsibilities:
           1. Accept referrals and discusses problem situations with administrators, counselors and teachers concerning students who are not able to function in school because of behavioral, emotional, or home difficulties.
           2. Provide individual and/or group counseling as appropriate for the students referred.
           3. Help staff provide for, monitor and adjust learning experiences so as to accelerate each student's learning progress beyond the rate apparently experienced to the date of identification for the program.
           4. Help staff provide the extra time, attention and care needed to counsel and help students and their families to become involved in the education process and to have access to basic care normally expected of families.
           5. Promote a relationship of trust and mutual respect between school and home, and between the school and other agencies concerned with the welfare of students.  Coordinate school efforts with the efforts of other agencies.
           6. Find solutions to individual student problem situations which will maximize that student's chances for success in school, home, community, and life.
7. Establish continuous communication with the various agencies within the community which provide services for students.  Evaluate the need to refer individuals to other agencies for assistance.
           8. Make home visits, as needed, to the parents of referred students in order to discuss experiences and seek solutions.
           9. Bring parents and school personnel together to discuss mutually beneficial solutions.
         10.  Help staff and students recognize and establish links between basic school curriculum, further education opportunities, and occupational expectations.
          11.  Develop/select final instruments for base-data collection and subsequent evaluation.  Collect and record data from assessments, teachers, parents and others in regard to the behavioral, social, academic and career objectives.
         12.  Coordinate and cooperate with building-level teams for the identification of student needs, target performance goals and developing education plans.
         13.  Keep records of involvement with students and share information with appropriate individuals.
         14.  Report to superintendent and principals with respect to building program coordination and provide such other building program coordination as deemed necessary.
         15.  Participate in activities which contribute to the effective operation of the school.
         16.  Assume such other duties and responsibilities as may be assigned by the principal or Superintendent.
 
Terms of Employment: Salary and work year to be established annually by the Board. Our base salary for 2020-2021 is $35,000 plus full family health insurance.

Mission statement: Working in partnership to ensure academic achievement, responsible behavior, and civic engagement!

Please complete an online application at www.pcsd.org. Go to Departments > Human Resources > Job Opportunities > Employment Opportunities. Attach your cover letter, resume, transcripts, certificate, and at least three reference letters. Thank you for your interest in working with staff and students of the Plattsmouth Community Schools! EOE.

Deadline for Applications: 
Monday, February 15, 2021

Elementary or MS/HS Principal

Emerson-Hubbard Comm School
Contact Name: 
Lindsey Beaudette

Emerson-Hubbard Community School is accepting applications for an Elementary or Middle/High School Principal. Due to current administrative endorsements, we are looking to round out our administrative team by hiring the best candidate for either position. The district takes pride in our safe and caring school that welcomes and supports children of all backgrounds and ability levels. You will find yourself in a collaborative environment that values and supports it's educators and staff. Applicants should send resume and credentials to Lindsey Beaudette, Superintendent, at lbeaudette@ehpirates.org.

Deadline for Applications: 
Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Superintendent of Schools

Scottsbluff Public Schools
Contact Name: 
Shari Becker

Superintendent of Schools

Scottsbluff Public School District has a vacancy for the position of Superintendent of Schools.  The school district is located in western Nebraska between the front range of Colorado and the Black Hills of South Dakota.  The district has a PK-12 enrollment of 3,470 students.  Families choose SBPS because it has a tradition of academic achievement, a premier Fine Arts program, ultra-modern facilities, a caring and dedicated staff, and supportive community partnerships.  Please contact sbecker@nasbonline.org for additional information. 

Deadline for Applications: 
Monday, February 15, 2021

K-12 Principal

Creek Valley Schools
Contact Name: 
Patrick Ningen

K-12 Principal

 

Creek Valley Schools, educating the communities of Chappell, Lodgepole, and Sunol, Nebraska, has a K-12 Principal position open for the 2021-2022 school year.  Applicants must possess a current Nebraska administrative certificate, or be able to obtain one.  Our K-6 and 7-12 school buildings, consisting of more than 190 students, are located in Chappell.  School administrative experience is preferred, but not required. Creek Valley offers a competitive salary and benefits package.  As principal, duties and responsibilities include:

·  Creating a school culture that promotes the ongoing improvement of learning and teaching for students and staff

·  Providing for school safety

·  Working with the Superintendent in the development, implementation and evaluation of a data-driven plan for increasing student achievement, including the use of multiple student data elements

·  Assisting instructional staff with alignment of curriculum, instruction, and assessment with state and local district learning goals

·  Monitoring, assisting, and evaluating effective instruction and assessment practices

·  Managing both staff and fiscal resources to support student achievement and legal responsibilities

·  Partnering with the school community to promote student learning

·  Leadership and Governance, with respect to staff and student handbooks, and board policy

·  Staying abreast of educational updates at the local, state, and federal levels

·  Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Creek Valley has committed, supportive leadership, small class sizes, and a strong professional community with helpful and engaged parents.  Start date for this position is July 15, 2021.  Interested candidates, please send a letter of application, resume, and credential file to superintendent Patrick Ningen at patrick.ningen@cvsstorm.com, or mail to Creek Valley Schools, PO Box 608, Chappell, NE 69129.  You may also apply online atwww.cvsstorm.com, by clicking on Menu, then Employment Opportunities.  Creek Valley Schools is an equal opportunity employer. This position is open until filled. 

Deadline for Applications: 
Tuesday, January 26, 2021

7-12 Principal

West Holt Public Schools
Contact Name: 
PAUL PISTULKA

West Holt Public School is currently accepting applications for 7-12 Principal. The district is looking for a strong instructional leader who maintains a focus on positive relationships with students, staff, parents and all patrons.

West Holt is an outstanding PK-12 district with proud academic traditions and great community support. It is the home to approximately 450 students grades PK-12, with 187 being junior high and high school students. The district looks to continue its large class D to small class C2 NSAA classification for years to come. Our North Central Nebraska location is ideal for hunting, fishing, golf, and other outdoor activities. The district offers national professional development opportunities, as well as outstanding facilities.

At West Holt Public Schools our vision is “Educating the Whole Person through Relationship-Based Education”. Our students strive to become well-rounded citizens and are provided with many experiences and technology to prepare them for the future.

- Competitive salary with full family benefits. Salary will be based on year of experience in administration and level of education.

- Employment will be for the 2021-2022 school year.

To apply for this position, email a letter of application, resume, credentials, three letters of recommendation and any other pertinent documents to: Paul Pistulka, Superintendent, at paupistulka@westholt.org

or Mail attn: Superintendent
West Holt Public Schools
P.O. Box 457
Atkinson, NE 68713

**APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED THROUGH JAN 21, 2021

Deadline for Applications: 
Thursday, January 21, 2021

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