Great Oaks Legacy Charter School is seeking a Middle School - Response to Intervention Coordinator (RTI Coordinator) for the 2021-22 school year.

 

GREAT OAKS LEGACY OVERVIEW

Great Oaks Legacy Charter School is a high-performing, innovative public charter school in Newark NJ, serving students from Pre-K to 12th grade on multiple campuses across the city. Our mission is to prepare students for success in college. We provide all children with the support they need - inclusive of resources that acknowledge and address systemic inequities - to be empowered to thrive.

 

We have high academic and behavioral expectations for our students. Our students, for example, are encouraged to take multiple AP classes before they graduate. We bridge the educational opportunity gap by supporting rigorous academics with daily individualized tutoring within a community committed to supporting equity and diversity.

 

These three principles guide our work, every day, in support of our students and mission:

  1. Creating a community that is built upon genuine and meaningful relationships
  2. Being surgical in our approach to differentiation of instruction and support of all students and team members
  3. Setting and exceed high expectations for academic growth and character development for all students, in preparation for success in college and beyond

GREAT OAKS LEGACY PHILOSOPHY 

 

Our students rise to conquer challenges with the help of individualized, whole-person support from the Great Oaks Legacy Charter School community including educators, tutors, peers, families  and staff.  Our mission is that each child ultimately graduates from college.

 

The Great Oaks Legacy Charter School ensures its students are ready to take on the world, therefore: 

 

  1. We give our students the academic skills and socio-emotional support they need to build upon their own strengths and abilities in order to be ready and able to achieve their dreams.

 

  1. Our employees agree to take responsibility for their part in reversing negative outcomes for students, to work relentlessly to support our efforts to engage each and every student, and to uphold our mission to prepare every student to succeed in college to the extent possible.

 

  1. It is a given that all staff work very hard. Our employees acknowledge that they will do more than just work hard.  Employees agree to seek – through  feedback, professional development, and coaching – to continue to develop and improve their job performance while employed by the School.  At Great Oaks Legacy, an ongoing quest for improvement is considered essential for all staff members.

 

As Great Oaks Legacy continues its journey towards anti-racism, we can be certain that our school community is ready for the work. As an organization, we are striving to be more intentional and connected to a larger, clearer mission for an educational experience that empowers scholars to be the change they want to see in the world.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

Student intervention and support

  • Track intervention exit ticket data and bi-weekly assessment data 
  • monitor student growth and areas in need of improvement
  • Track data from ANET and MAP for at risk students to create a clear plan that immediately addresses student deficiencies
  • Pull small groups based on criteria set by middle school campus
  • Monitor student progress toward exiting RTI program and share exit strategy with school leaders
  • Monitor after school groups to ensure effectiveness using a shared RTI rubric
  • Provide feedback to after school team members once a week on progress of student interventions
  • Contact Parents to provide student feedback
  • Develop communication log or use Dean’s list to share weekly progress with parents 
  • Monitor the entrance and exit criteria for students in intervention programs

 

Teacher/Tutor Support

  • Support teachers with creating intervention materials for at risk scholars
  • Support Grade level teams with implementing Tier 2 interventions 
  • Professional development for teachers around RTI throughout the school year
  • Assist tutors with determining and responding to student needs

 

Data Analysis

  • Draft weekly and monthly reports for leadership team as it relates to RTI students
  • Create data profiles for students in the RTI program
  • Track and analyze homework completion data to develop systems that foster an increase in homework completion
  • Support Grade level teams with implementing Tier 2 interventions 
  • Assist with the creation of data-based small groups: tutorial groups and targeted Tier 2 intervention groups
  • Professional development for teachers around RTI throughout the school year
  • Assist tutors with determining and responding to student needs based on school wide data with the support of School leaders

 

Talent Management

  • Manage the process, paperwork  & communication of students in the RTI program 
  • Manage Title 1 Programs: Power Up and Saturday Academy where applicable
  • Meet with ILs and/or Directors to review bi-weekly assessment data and exit ticket data from Intervention programs to track progress before the grade level meetings 
  • Attend TFC to review Academic Progress data with fellows

 

Strategic Planning and Systems

  • Use data to monitor and assess student reading & math academic performance.
  • Anticipate and plan for a wide range of reading and mathematics interventions based on analysis of individual student outcomes.

 

Shared Vision and Culture

  • Be proactive, supportive & respond to challenging situations with families, students and staff members.

 

REPORTING RELATIONSHIP & EVALUATION 

 

Employee reports to the School Leader and will receive informal daily or weekly feedback through observations and interactions, weekly check-ins, and formal evaluations every year.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor's Degree
  • Experience in an urban setting 
  • Excellent interpersonal skills both verbal and written.
  • Successfully completes required criminal history proof of U.S citizenship or legal resident status.

 

EMPLOYMENT TERMS

 

The Response to Intervention Coordinator is a 2 year position with possible extension based on funding.

 

Great Oaks Legacy Charter School is an equal opportunity employer.

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