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Foxborough Regional Charter School Supported Learning Program Coordinator, High School, SY22-23 in Foxborough, Massachusetts

Foxborough Regional Charter School is committed to creating a work environment that celebrates and promotes diversity and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. At FRCS we commit to equity and inclusion and are not afraid of better. We strive to hire and retain a diverse team committed to an anti-bias/anti-racist curriculum and ideals. District / School Overview: One of the exciting aspects of working here is our student diversity. Drawing 1,700 students from our large geographic region, we bring students and families from various backgrounds, ethnicities, and experiences into three vibrant school communities (Elementary, Middle & High School). Our families speak over 20 languages and live in over 20 sending districts. Our students are our mission. We seek committed and passionate team members who embrace the opportunity to work with the population we serve and help to make a difference in their lives. Position Summary: The Supported Learning Program (SLP) coordinator will be responsible for all planning and logistics necessary to support students in the program in academics, including but not limited to: Supervision of students in the program during the school day Monitor and record attendance, check student progress, and redirect where necessary Establish routines which can contribute to success in the program and greater independence for students. Goal setting and determining the daily assignments targets Communication with students’ teachers for the purposes of: Establishing grade average on a daily basis Determination of outstanding work Elimination of some assignments necessary to prioritize quality over quantity Expediting grading so students see grade trajectory Determining when students must be in class (new material, assignments, etc.) Communication with teachers who will visit the program daily Communication with families at least weekly Cooperation with school culture staff when necessary Initiation of students’ return to regular academic program when appropriate Qualifications: Experience working with at risk students, preferably in a comprehensive school setting Experience liaising with families, teachers, and outside agencies/collateral stakeholders Classroom teaching or tutoring experience Bachelor’s degree preferred