Employment Opportunities

 Help Wanted – Paraprofessional

The Elgin/New Leipzig Public School is looking for a part-time paraprofessional to begin as early as September 1st, 2021.  Starting pay is $13.50 an hour with additional consideration for experience and qualifications.  Paraprofessionals also get NDPERS.  The position involves working in the preschool room three days a week from September to the end of April.  In this position, you will assist the teacher, work with small groups of students, and fulfill Individual Education Plan minutes.  The position could be combined with Math Corps for more hours.  Interested applicants can call 584-2374 or send an application to Daniel Ludvigson, 110 West St, Elgin, ND 58533.  A copy of our employment application can be found on our website, gcs.k12.nd.us.

Speech-Language Pathologist

The Southwest Special Education Unit is looking for a full-time speech pathologist to serve the schools of Carson and Flasher.  Position involves providing direct speech services, case managing IEP students, and relevant special education paperwork.  The position is employed through the Southwest Special Education Unit.  Employees enjoy full single insurance.  For more information contact either Melissa Rokusek, Special Education Director, at 590-0942 or Mr. Ludvigson, Southwest Special Education Unit President, at 701-584-2374.

Math Corps Tutor

The Elgin/New Leipzig Public School is looking for a half-time Math Corps Tutor for the 2020-2021 school year.  Tutors will work with students grades 4-8 on individual and small group intervention in the area of mathematics.  More information can be found at https://fs16.formsite.com/servetogrow/jnjsbcapkx/index.html.  Interested applicants can also inquire about becoming a paraprofessional at the school for the other half of employment.  Intervention periods occur at the school daily in the AM.

What are Math Corps services?

• Math Corps is an evidence-based, standard protocol math intervention program developed by math experts and delivered in the school (“site”) by Math Corps tutors.

• Trained Math Corps tutors provide evidence-based interventions to students in grades 4 – 8 who are just below grade-level proficiency in math, based on their performance on the state accountability test.

• The tutor is trained to deliver an entire intervention package to Tier 2 students, including determining eligibility, delivering the interventions, progress monitoring, and formative assessment.

• The tutor is supported at the site by a staff member called the Internal Coach.

Interested applicants should contact the school at 584-2374 and ask for Daniel Ludvigson.  Applicants should fill out a district application form available here (below) or with Wanda Kirsch.  Questions can also be emailed to daniel.ludvigson@k12.nd.us.

The interested tutor will need to apply for the position here www.ndreadingcorps.org

1. Monitor and maintain record-keeping procedures to comply with all federal, state, and district requirements.

2. Gather information/knowledge about appropriate curriculum teaching strategies, materials, equipment selection beneficial for the special education students in the Southwest Unit.

Substituting Opportunities

If you are interested in substituting in the following positions you may contact the school at 584-2374 to see if you can be added to the list of substitutes for those jobs

-Bus Driver

-Cook/Kitchen Staff

-Custodian

-Teacher

-Paraprofessional

-Secretary

Job Application: 

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