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Health Leadership HS (July 9, 2019)

Reengagement Night School Project Teacher

Hours: Monday through Thursday from 12 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Reengagement Night School Project Teacher Responsibilities:

  • Build a relationship with co-teachers for teamwork, partnership, and critical thinking
  • Collaborate with colleagues to design, plan, and execute curricula that is intellectually challenging, aligned to the Common Core State Standards, and that prepares students for success in college and the workplace
  • Collaborate with colleagues, students, and families to appropriately diagnose problems and devise solutions
  • Collaborate directly with Industry Partners to build, sustain and execute high-quality projects
  • Commit to developing project-based-learning teaching practices that serve the diverse learning needs of students
  • Commit to performing professional responsibilities during an elongated school day
  • Commit to designing an applied curriculum that aligns with our mission of preparing students for college, apprenticeship, and/or entry into the healthcare workforce by graduation
  • Communicate with students’ families on a regular basis in order to engage families in the lives of students
  • Contribute actively to a physically and emotionally safe school environment for all students and strive to build a school culture of dynamic community and curiosity for learning
  • Contribute to professional development at HLHS by sharing professional best practices with colleagues and consulting with colleagues on their professional growth
  • Create projects through the lens of the health field
  • Differentiate instructional methods for diverse learners
  • Embrace a Growth Mindset; staff are committed to honest reflection, ongoing feedback, assessment of work, and a commitment to adapt and improve
  • Embrace practitioner action research as a foundation for individual and school-wide professional development
  • Employ professional judgment and resourcefulness as an advocate and mentor to student advisees
  • Fully integrate into the HLHS community and complete additional school-wide responsibilities to build school culture
  • Lead as an Advisor to the advisees on your caseload through academic counseling, team building and communication with advisees’ families
  • Participate in and supporting the school's commitment to utilizing the Community Wellness lens to improve education, resources, and opportunities
  • Partner with industry professionals and community members to create meaningful and authentic learning experiences for students on and off campus
  • Perform other duties assigned by Executive Director
  • Prioritize in the building of authentic, nurturing relationships with students, staff and families as the foundation for learning.
  • Provide inclusive instruction that accommodates students with learning disabilities and language acquisition needs
  • Utilize performance assessments to evaluate student mastery of content and skills

Minimum Requirements:

  • BA or BS required; appropriate graduate coursework preferred
  • Achievement of NCLB “Highly Qualified” standard or
  • Licensed or able to obtain a teaching license in New Mexico

To Apply

Please e-mail a resume and three references to Kara Cortazzo, Interim Executive Director, at .

Health Leadership High School is committed to maintaining a work and educational environment free from all forms of discrimination and harassment. In accordance with both state and federal laws, Health Leadership High School does not discriminate in admission to, access to, treatment in, or employment of its services, programs, and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, creed, sex, gender identity, ethnicity, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age, ancestry, athletic performance, special need, proficiency in the English language or a foreign language, or prior academic achievement.