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Classroom Supervisors

Classroom Supervisors (Types A – C) will be hired when Certified Substitute Teachers are unavailable that day.

There are three types of Classroom Supervisors who will be called on in order of “Type”.
 

Type A – Degree other than Education.  Individuals must hold a minimum of a Bachelor Degree from a recognized university.

  Type B – Post Secondary Diplomas. Certificates or individuals who have completed at least one year in a recognized education program from a recognized college or post-secondary institution.  To be used when Type A replacement classroom supervisors are unavailable.
  Type C - High School Education.  To be used when Type A or Type B replacement classroom supervisors are unavailable. Individuals must hold an Academic High School Diploma, be recommended by a school or District administrator and can only be used in ECS to Grade 9 supervisory situations.
   
Procedures for Classroom Supervisors
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All individuals wishing to apply as Classroom Supervisors must make written application on the specified form (available from the Catholic Education Centre and on-line) to the District Office.
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Applicants for Classroom Supervisor positions must submit proper academic credentials.
3
Successful applicants must submit a recent Criminal Record and Child Welfare Check.
4
Successful applicants will be placed on the Classroom Supervisor list when formal approval is received from the District Office.
5
Classroom Supervisors are required to complete a paid orientation/ follow-up program consisting of training and follow up discussions. Classroom Supervisors may also be asked to “shadow” a classroom teacher for a period of time.
6
Classroom Supervisors will be supervised in the classroom by the Principal and possibly by District Personnel.
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Principals are responsible for ensuring Classroom Supervisors are given proper orientation to the school’s policies and procedures.
 
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The duties of Classroom Supervisor are as follows

  • Report to the school office on arrival;
  • Report to the school office before leaving at the end of the day and complete a Classroom Supervisor form;
  • Suitably record student attendance;
  • Complete morning, noon-hour, and after school supervision assigned to the teacher that day under the supervision of a school administrator that day;
  • Present the lesson prepared by the classroom teacher. Classroom Supervisors do not assess or plan lessons;
  • Leave a written statement of work done;
  • Seek assistance/advice from the School Administrator(s) before taking major disciplinary action;
  • Expected to work up to 7.5 hours/day for a full day and 3.75 hours for a half day. The Principal has the discretion to allow the individual to leave once his/her duties are complete.
  • Classroom Supervisors will be paid either at a full day rate $135/day or $67.50 for a half day.
  • Assume other duties as assigned by the Principal.
  • Classroom Supervisors
  • Custodians and Maintainance

Classroom Supervisors

Classroom Supervisors (Types A – C) will be hired when Certified Substitute Teachers are unavailable that day.

There are three types of Classroom Supervisors who will be called on in order of “Type”.
 

Type A – Degree other than Education.  Individuals must hold a minimum of a Bachelor Degree from a recognized university.

  Type B – Post Secondary Diplomas. Certificates or individuals who have completed at least one year in a recognized education program from a recognized college or post-secondary institution.  To be used when Type A replacement classroom supervisors are unavailable.
  Type C - High School Education.  To be used when Type A or Type B replacement classroom supervisors are unavailable. Individuals must hold an Academic High School Diploma, be recommended by a school or District administrator and can only be used in ECS to Grade 9 supervisory situations.
   
Procedures for Classroom Supervisors
1
All individuals wishing to apply as Classroom Supervisors must make written application on the specified form (available from the Catholic Education Centre and on-line) to the District Office.
2
Applicants for Classroom Supervisor positions must submit proper academic credentials.
3
Successful applicants must submit a recent Criminal Record and Child Welfare Check.
4
Successful applicants will be placed on the Classroom Supervisor list when formal approval is received from the District Office.
5
Classroom Supervisors are required to complete a paid orientation/ follow-up program consisting of training and follow up discussions. Classroom Supervisors may also be asked to “shadow” a classroom teacher for a period of time.
6
Classroom Supervisors will be supervised in the classroom by the Principal and possibly by District Personnel.
7
Principals are responsible for ensuring Classroom Supervisors are given proper orientation to the school’s policies and procedures.
 
8

The duties of Classroom Supervisor are as follows

  • Report to the school office on arrival;
  • Report to the school office before leaving at the end of the day and complete a Classroom Supervisor form;
  • Suitably record student attendance;
  • Complete morning, noon-hour, and after school supervision assigned to the teacher that day under the supervision of a school administrator that day;
  • Present the lesson prepared by the classroom teacher. Classroom Supervisors do not assess or plan lessons;
  • Leave a written statement of work done;
  • Seek assistance/advice from the School Administrator(s) before taking major disciplinary action;
  • Expected to work up to 7.5 hours/day for a full day and 3.75 hours for a half day. The Principal has the discretion to allow the individual to leave once his/her duties are complete.
  • Classroom Supervisors will be paid either at a full day rate $135/day or $67.50 for a half day.
  • Assume other duties as assigned by the Principal.