ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT
ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM AIDE
Under general supervision of the Principal and direct supervision of
certificated personnel, monitors and assists at-risk, unmotivated, potentially
disruptive, or expelled students placed in alternative education programs, and
performs a variety of supportive duties and related work as assigned.
Monitors student instructional activities.
Monitors student behavior in the classroom and on campus before and after school
and during breaks and lunchtime.
Applies intervention and prevention strategies and techniques in controlling
Assists in stopping student altercations.
Enforces school rules and regulations.
Consults with appropriate personnel regarding the unique needs of at-risk
Organizes and monitors recreational activities and assists with P.E. activities.
Monitors student movement throughout the school day to enforce non-contact with
regular education students, including before and after school.
Communicates and coordinates with home schools of students on a variety of
Communicates with parents.
Disseminates and collects classroom materials, supplies, and other learning
Assists with preparations of teaching materials and other learning tools.
Assists with collection and recording of student data including but not limited
to attendance, lunch records, cum records, and medical records.
Monitors students during testing periods.
Assists with correcting of student work and recording of test results.
Operates various office equipment.
Performs other duties as required.
NECESSARY EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS
Specific needs and behaviors of at-risk children
Classroom management strategies
Correct English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation
Basic computer operations
Supervise activities of students and maintain order
Carry out oral and written directions
Work independently following lesson plans and
Demonstrate sound judgment in dealing with at-risk students
Serve as role model for unmotivated students
Maintain appropriate adult/student relationship
Communicate effectively in oral and written form
Plan, organize, and prioritize work
Maintain cooperative and effective relationships with students, parents and
those contacted in the course of work
Learn and interpret rules, regulations and procedures
Maintain records as required
Operate office equipment, including personal computer
Perform routine clerical tasks
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Equivalent to graduation from high school.
Must meet the following requirements as defined in the ESEA Act of January 2002
Complete two years of higher education study, OR
Hold or Obtain an Associate’s degree OR
Pass a formal state or local academic assessment that demonstrates
knowledge of and the ability to assist in teaching, reading, writing, and
mathematics or reading, writing and mathematics readiness.
One year of successful experience working with at-risk, unmotivated, and
potentially disruptive students; school experience desired.
Education Code requires High School Proficient Test Certification, or passage of
the Proficiency Test administered by Kings County Superintendent of Schools
Office by scoring 75% in all areas of the test.
In addition qualified candidates must pass Comprehensive Test of Basic Skills
(CTBS) at the 12th grade level.
Classroom and school environment
Vision to read and to monitor students; hearing and speaking to exchange
information; bending at the waist; walking and standing for extended periods of
time; dexterity of hands and fingers to operate assigned equipment;
physical ability to effectively intervene in student altercations and guide and
direct physical education activities.
9/15/00 (job title change only)