College Bound enrichment teachers hold primary responsibility for the implementation and development of College Bound’s enrichment curriculum and the success of its students within the curricular area. Therefore, College Bound enrichment teachers are expected to be committed to continuously improving curriculum and instruction
Plan and teach varied content area curriculum.
Create long term, unit, and weekly lesson plans aligned to the National content standards
Implement curricula and activities to meet grade level content area standards.
Track scholar progress and use data to refine curriculum and inform instructional practices.
Participate in the collaborative curriculum development process.
Track scholar progress
Communicate with Families monthly by call, email, or note about scholar academic and behavior bright spots and challenges
Provide resources for families as needed - sight word flashcards, extra Life’s Work, etc.
Lead Family Report Card Conferences
Lead Family Conferences
Engage families in their children’s enrichment education.
Participate in family engagement opportunities
Create a positive, structured learning environment to ensure that students embrace the school’s core values, high expectations, and strict code of conduct.
Provide consistent rewards and/or consequences for student behavior.
Share responsibility for grade-level and school-wide activities.
Commit to continual professional growth, participating actively in department meetings, faculty meetings, and other meetings.
Participate in an annual four-week staff orientation and training.
Read, understand, and adhere to all CBA Policies - Staff Handbook, Family Handbook, etc.
Substitute in classrooms as needed
Provide intervention support: Boost scholar achievement through assisting with tracking, assessing, and intervening with scholars needing additional support to succeed
Go above and beyond to consistently innovate and improve one's practice.
Participate in Professional Development (Summer PD, On-going PD throughout the academic year, Coaching and development process, Weekly Data Meetings)
Participate in the coaching cycle, including lesson observations, feedback and coaching conversations