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7 May 2020

Instructional Support Elementary School Math Interventionist

Community Roots Charter

Job Description

About Community Roots:

Community Roots Charter School is a rigorous learning community where learning is embedded in meaningful real world context, where children are deliberately taught to see the connections between school and the world. CRCS students will meet or exceed the Common Core standards and be prepared to excel in the 21st century by being taught to be independent thinkers and to work productively within a diverse group of learners. At CRCS students will learn to combine curiosity with appropriate application, which will lead to deep understanding and the confidence to take on challenges to become who they want to be. Currently, Community Roots has 474 students in grades K-8. Please visit our website for more information about our school:

Community Roots is hiring: A Math Specialist for our elementary school site. The position will start in August 2020.


● Belief in CRCS mission and philosophy

● Strong belief in and ability to collaborate

● Demonstrated ability to prioritize and problem solve independently

● Demonstrated ability to prioritize student achievement while creating a nurturing and encouraging school environment

● Experience working with students with IEPs and students at risk of academic failure and implementing academic interventions using multiple intervention strategies and approaches

● Expertise in Kindergarten-5th Grade Common Core Math Standards

● Experience providing K-5 mathematics intervention and instruction

● Experience using the EngageNY curriculum or similar curricular framework

● New York State Special Education Certification and UDL expertise preferred Math Specialist Role Description:

● Provide K-5 academic intervention for math in the least restrictive setting

● Participate in regular Support Provider and Learning Specialist Team Meetings

● Report three times a year on IEP goals

● Write progress notes on all students on caseload

● Hold family conferences to review individual student’s progress at least twice a year and if needed more frequent, regular conferences will be arranged

● Attend grade level meetings for planning for differentiation, accommodations, modifications, and embedding individual student goals into the curriculum, as well as updates on intervention groups

● Collaborate with classroom teachers to administer and review assessment data e.g. school based assessments, including proctor state Math tests

How to Apply: If interested, please go to to apply

How to Apply

How to Apply: If interested, please go to to apply

Bureaus: New York. Job Categories: Full-Time. Job Types: Instructional Support. Salaries: 60,000 - 80,000.

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