Case Manager

The Case Manager collaborates with the SISU team to execute a vigorous case management strategy.  The position provides a great opportunity for a person looking to make a difference in the community.  By helping to enrich the lives of SISU participants, this individual will contribute to reducing crime, increasing employment opportunities, and fostering positive social-emotional development within the population we serve.   Responsibilities: Coordi

Special Education Teacher

The Special Education teacher is responsible for delivering the instructional program as outlined in a student's Individual Education Plan (IEP) and for carrying out all planning, supervision, and assessment of students in accord with the states' regulations and the school's mission, policies and practices.   Responsibilities: Provide the instructional program for students to reflect the goals of students' IEPs. Ensure sufficie

Science Teacher

Lawrence Family Development Charter School is currently seeking highly skilled and motivated Science Teachers who are passionate about making a difference in students' lives. The Science Teacher will develop curriculum lessons, provide instruction to Upper School students, and participate in overall planning with other Science teachers and other teaching staff. RESPONSIBILITIES: Plan science lessons and post to Schoology each week. Teach

Digital Instruction Specialist

The following statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work to be performed and are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified. All duties listed are essential functions for the position. It is understood that other related duties may be assigned. PURPOSE:  The Digital Instruction Specialist supports teachers in teaching with technology and deli

ESL Teacher

Lawrence Family Development Charter School is currently seeking for a highly skilled and motivated ESL Teacher who is passionate about making a difference in students' lives. The ESL Teacher will be responsible for improving the English language skills of identified students and supporting the goal of high achievement for ESL students. RESPONSIBILITIES: Analyze data to identify the needs of assigned students. Based on identified needs, p

Grade 1/2 Classroom Teacher

The Early Childhood Education Teachers (K-1 to Grade 2) classroom teacher is responsible for delivering the instructional program approved by the school and for carrying out all planning, supervision and assessment of students in accord with the school's mission, policies and practices. RESPONSIBILITIES: Provide the instructional program for all students to reflect content and standards for the LFDCS standards and benchmarks and aligned with the Massachusetts Commo

Grade 3/4 Classroom Teachers

The Grade 3/4 classroom teacher is responsible for delivering the instructional program approved by the school and for carrying out all planning, supervision, and assessment of students in accord with the school's mission, policies and practices. RESPONSIBILITIES: Provide the instructional program for all students to reflect content and standards for the LFDCS standards and benchmarks and aligned with the Massachusetts Common Core. Use technology for rem

Grade 5/6 Classroom Teachers

The 5/6 classroom teacher is responsible for delivering the instructional program approved by the school and for carrying out all planning, supervision, and assessment of students in accord with the school's mission, policies and practices. RESPONSIBILITIES: Provide the instructional program for all students to reflect content and standards for the LFDCS standards and benchmarks and aligned with the Massachusetts Common Core. Use technology for remote le

Grade 7/8 ELA Teacher

The Grade 7-8 ELA Teacher develops curriculum and lesson plans, provides instruction to Upper School students, and participates in overall planning with other Grade Level and Content teachers. Responsibilities: Provide the English instructional program for students to reflect content and standards for the LFDCS standards and benchmarks and aligned with the Massachusetts Common Core Plan English lessons and post to Schoology each week

Title 1 Reading/ELA Teacher

The Title I Reading Teacher will be responsible for improving the Reading skills of underperforming students in grades 1-4 or 5-8 and supporting the goal of high Reading achievement for all students. RESPONSIBILITIES: Analyze standardized test data to identify student needs in Reading. Based on identified needs, plan Reading/ELA lessons that address identified student needs and support classroom instruction. Provide small-group instruction usi

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