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Speech Language Pathologist 6750 N Dunkirk St, Aurora, CO 80019
HIGH POINT ACADEMY
Position: Speech Language Pathologist
Reach. Empower. Achieve.
High Point Academy is seeking educators inspired to reach, empower, and achieve greatness.
We REACH each child every single day.
We EMPOWER students and staff to maximize their learning and growth;
To ACHIEVE more than thought possible.
At High Point Academy, we understand that powerful learning only happens with strong relationships between students, staff, and families. Our mission is to provide a strong foundation of academic excellence in partnership with family and community in which each individual is challenged to achieve his/her highest potential academically, socially, and personally.
High Point Academy is a charter school serving students preschool through 8th grade. Located in Aurora, CO, just north of Green Valley Ranch (10 minutes from Denver International Airport), HPA serves an ethnically diverse student population which includes 26% linguistically diverse students and 54% of students that qualify for Free or Reduced Lunch. HPA is an award-winning wellness school whose curriculum and classes promote healthy lifestyle choices.
All employees of High Point Academy work together to achieve HPA’s mission. In addition to the duties and responsibilities listed below, we seek teachers who are collaborative with colleagues, empathetic in their relationships with students and families, and willing to work above and beyond their job description in order to ensure success for students. HPA teachers possess a school-wide focus and are able to see beyond their classroom in order to create a unified HPA community.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Duties include: assessing/screening, providing speech/language therapy to students. Functioning as case manager for students with Speech Language Impairment, collaborating with multidisciplinary teams; providing RTI services to students through MTSS, and coordinating services with general education.
- Be able to relate assessment findings and design intervention strategies that focus on implications for student learning in the general education classroom
- Design individual education plans in the area of speech-language for those who qualify for special education services.
- Produce timely IEP reports, goals and objectives, quarterly progress reports and documentation for IEP services.
- Attend Academic Support staffing meetings, special education IEP meetings, and other meetings for RTI or consultative purposes.
Education and Licensure
- Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university
- Holds a Colorado Department of Education Special Services Provider license or is currently eligible for one with the appropriate endorsement for this position
- Acceptable Licenses
- Initial Special Services License for Speech Language Pathologist Endorsement (ages 0-21)
- Professional Special Services License
School Speech Language Pathologist