Elementary Day School Special Education Teacher

Job Announcement: Cowley County Special Services Cooperative in Winfield, Kansas has an opening for an elementary day school Special Education Teacher.

It is anticipated that the first contract day will be January 3, 2020 

This teacher would work with a team of certified staff members as well as 5 para educators.  The day school has two teachers and two social workers that work together to provide a therapeutic setting for students to gain skills in order to return to their home school. 

 

Salary:

Salary commensurate with experience. All teachers are placed on the Teacher`s Salary Schedule.  First year teachers with a Bachelor’s Degree receive $39,000.  First year teachers with a Master’s Degree receive $42,200.

 

Benefits:

BOE pays $350/month of the employee`s health insurance premium through Blue Cross of Kansas

 

Contact Person:

Qualified applicants should contact Dr. Ronald L. Sarnacki at ron_sarnacki@usd465.com

Cowley County Special Services Cooperative/USD 465


Benefits: BOE pays $350/month of the employee`s health insurance premium through Blue Cross of Kansas Salary commensurate with experience. All teachers are placed on the Teacher`s Salary Schedule. First year teachers with a Bachelor�s Degree receive $39,000. First year teachers with a Master�s Degree receive $42,200.
Job Start Date: January-3-2020
Applications Due By: June-1-2020

Job Contact Information

Ron Sarnacki - ron_sarnacki@usd465.com - 620-221-7021

Employer Information

Cowley County Special Services Cooperative/USD 465 www.usd465.com/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=287109&type=d&pREC_ID=659251

 

CCSSC staff provide special education services for over 1500 students (ages 3-21) in its six member districts.  Of this amount, approximately 170 have been identified as gifted, and over 1300 are students with disabilities.  CCSSC employs 110 licensed staff and 240 para educators.  Along with integration and inclusion in regular education classrooms, many students with mild disabilities receive services in interrelated resource classrooms.  Students with more severe disabilities may attend a portion of their school day in the regular education setting but receive a majority or all of their special education services in a self-contained classroom.  Unless the student’s IEP states otherwise, students are educated in their neighborhood school.

In addition to providing services for students with mild and severe disabilities, CCSSC has special programs for students with autism and for students who are too seriously emotionally disturbed to be educated within the confines of a self-contained classroom in the public school setting.  This latter program has a mental health focus where students receive both individual and group therapy from a school social worker in addition to academics and is called the Community Day School.

Winfield USD #465 is the sponsoring district for the Cooperative.  Therefore, the Winfield Board of Education determines annual salaries for cooperative staff, benefits, and number of contracted teaching days.  Coop employees follow the guidelines established in the Negotiated Agreement between the Winfield board and its teachers.  Inquires regarding employment and programs should be directed to 620-221-7021.

The Cooperative office is housed in Winfield.  Winfield is 36 miles southeast of Wichita, the largest city in Kansas.  Other districts whose special education students are serviced by CCSSC include Arkansas City, Winfield, Cedar Vale, Central Burden, Dexter, & Udall.  If you’re looking for a challenging position in special education with a chance to make a difference in a student’s life and like mild winters and warm summers, then Cowley County is the place for you!


Employer Address: 1317 Wheat Rd. Winfield, Kansas


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