Teacher Regional Secondary Math Teacher
About STRIVE Preparatory Schools:
Founded in 2006, STRIVE Preparatory Schools (STRIVE Prep) is a Denver-based community of free, open enrollment, public charter schools committed to providing every student with an excellent, college-preparatory education. We believe that students from all backgrounds deserve a college preparatory education regardless of race, economic circumstance or previous academic achievement. We are committed to preparing all students for educational success from kindergarten through college and career by challenging them to realize their full potential through high expectations in a safe, rigorous, and compassionate learning environment with shared accountability among students, families and staff.
Our teachers, leaders, faculty and staff clear a path for all families to have access to a high-quality school that’s just down the street, not across town. By building great schools in Far Northeast, Northwest and Southwest Denver, we will create depth of impact and long-lasting community change.
At STRIVE Prep, transformation is a choice that has led to:
The opening of 11 free, public charter schools within Denver Public Schools (DPS) throughout Far Northeast, Northwest and Southwest Denver.
A shared vision of making a college prep education for all students in our community the norm, rather than the exception, by growing from 11 schools serving 3,500 students to 17 schools serving 7,500 students by the year 2022.
A commitment to serve all students from the neighborhoods in which we operate, whereby approximately 97% of STRIVE Prep students identify as students of color, 87% of students qualify for free or reduced lunch, 49% are English Language Learners and 13% receive Special Education services.
92% of seniors from the network’s first graduating class in 2016 were accepted to a 4-year college or university.
The welcoming of any scholar from kindergarten through twelfth grade who desires to STRIVE for college. Because STRIVE Prep participates in the DPS SchoolChoice process, enrollment is open to any student in the communities we serve regardless of race, economic circumstance or previous academic achievement.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
Lead revolutionary instruction in mathematics, engineering.
Lead a student advisory at the beginning and end of each school day, and serve as the main point of contact and advocate for students in the advisory.
Support scholars by supervising lunch or recess once per day.
Establish systems and routines in order to create a safe, purposeful, and welcoming classroom environment.
Analyze student assessment data and use it to determine next steps.
Take responsibility for the safety and learning of all students in the school.
Collaborate with other teachers, school leaders, curriculum specialists, and the special education team to ensure that instruction is always meeting the needs of all learners.
Provide fair, accurate, and constructive feedback to students on their progress.
Communicate regularly and often with families to both solicit their input and share student social and academic progress.
Provide supervision of students during before and after school activities (arrival, dismissal, breakfast and lunch).
Attend and participate in weekly staff and/or grade level meetings.
Be available to students by phone every evening, Monday-Thursday, for homework assistance until 8:00 p.m.
Participate in STRIVE Prep’s Summer Training Institute as well as professional development throughout the school year.
Our Aspiring Teachers:
Consciously choose to teach and transform the lives of middle and high school scholars every day.
Proudly hold a Bachelor of Arts or Science degree and are able to submit proof of Qualified Teacher status (teacher’s license not required) within six weeks of starting through one of the following channels outlined by the Colorado Department of Education:
A valid Colorado Teacher License in the applicable endorsement area;
Sufficient college coursework (or degree in content area);
Passing score for the applicable Praxis ii or Colorado PLACE exam.
Read more about the available pathways to becoming a Qualified Math Teacher.
Understand, appreciate and can pull from experience teaching in an urban setting (strongly preferred).
Speak Spanish or have experience working with bilingual students (strongly preferred).
Commit to constant growth and reflection as educators and professionals through regular coaching and professional development.
Dedicate themselves to the educational success of all students, not some students.
Bring enthusiasm, professionalism and positivity to their classrooms and our adult community.
Assume the best in others and are willing to have courageous conversations in order to do what is best for students.
Work hard and approach challenges as opportunities for improvement.
Set high expectations for themselves and others and a willingness to hold themselves and others to those expectations.
What we Offer our Teachers:
Ongoing coaching and professional development.
90-150 minutes of structured planning time built into the school day to plan the highest quality lessons.
A laptop and access to classrooms equipped with Smartboards and document cameras.
Competitive compensation package and annual performance based raises.
Participation in the Colorado PERA retirement program including a PERA 401k contribution option.
Funding of 100% of individual medical benefits and a wide range of insurance plans.
How to ApplyTo apply click here!
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