Our Lower Elementary Lead Teacher role is an opportunity for individuals who are results-driven educators, passionate about transforming education in Tulsa. As an Elementary Lead Teacher, you will be joining a team of driven individuals and helping to guide young students' first experiences with education using a rigorous curriculum in a warm/strict environment.
- Teach multiple content blocks daily utilizing a combination of scripted curriculum and plans.
- Plan and execute Guided Reading small group lessons.
- Administer Fountas and Pinnell reading assessment, individual assessments in data binders, Literacy First phonics screener, and curriculum assessments throughout the year.
- Analyze MAP and Istation data to identify trends, inform instruction, and intervene individually and in small groups.
- Identify scholars in need of additional resources through the Response to the Intervention process.
- Track daily math exit tickets, Guided Reading objectives, Skills completion, and other objectives as needed.
- Record assessment scores and work on report cards.
- Read, understand, and adhere to all CBA Policies - i.e. Staff Handbook, Family Handbook, etc.
- 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 2 times per year.
- Participate in professional development (summer pd, on-going pd throughout the year.)
- Participate in a one on one coaching and development process.
- Participate in weekly data meetings, weekly team meetings, and execution clinics.
- Guide the academic and social-emotional development of some of our youngest learners. (This includes Morning Meeting, Closing Circle, games, block play, and other daily opportunities.)
- Incorporate life skills, manners, core values, social skills, and coping skills into daily lessons.
- Receive in the moment feedback and support from the school leadership team.
- Collaborate with fellow teachers through the sharing of best practices.
- Have a sense of urgency while remaining detail-oriented; thinking critically about the details of a task at hand and planning in order to meet project timelines to drive real-time progress.
- Have the flexibility to adjust priorities with changing tasks and schedules as needed.
- Summer PD Calendar
- Family Calendar
- Enrollment Calendar
- Assessment Calendar
- Coaching Check-In’s
- RTI Meetings
- Data Meetings
- After school Professional Development
- 6 Days throughout the school year