The Quad Preparatory School is an alternative, non-profit, K-12 college preparatory school dedicated to the education of Twice Exceptional Students -- bright, neurodiverse, and creative children who learn differently. Here, students rise to the level of talent, instead of being kept down to the level of challenge, in a completely alternative program that truly molds itself to each child. The Quad Preparatory School is a young, fast-growing school founded five years ago, and also a vibrant professional learning community for employees. Our culture is collegial, responsive, and warm -- and we look forward to welcoming you to our school!
Follow the professional code and policies of the school, and conduct self in a way that promotes the mission of the school;
Subscribe to and implement the school’s philosophy of progressive and personalized education for twice exceptional children;
Collaborate with the psychosocial teacher in planning an integrated curriculum for executive functioning and within academic content;
Co-leading Homeroom class;
Collaborate with Psychosocial Teacher on learning environment modifications consistent with group’s or prep’s social, emotional, and executive functioning needs;
Develop curriculum maps, units and engaging, differentiated lesson plans across multiple grade and ability levels to facilitate student-driven, project-based learning environments;
Manage an orderly and aesthetic learning environment that engages students in finding pride in their space and taking part in the responsibility of maintaining the routines and order of materials.
Design and implement individualized, hands-on, lab-oriented lessons using the Common Core standards as a general roadmap to be enriched by a variety of materials and real-world problem-solving tasks;
Establish and communicate clear objectives for all learning activities.
Implement curriculum and instructional activities driven by student learning styles and multiple assessment alternatives, and maintain complete records and portfolios of student work to illustrate and record progress and achievement.
Empower students to take charge of their learning by providing all necessary scaffolding, modeling, materials, and resources, and consistently maintaining a high level of expectation for student success.
Collaborate with other academic staff and psychosocial staff members to plan, integrate, and facilitate cross-curricular, inquiry-based projects to enrich Common Core standards in the classroom across all subject areas.
Work cooperatively with school administrators, special support personnel, and colleagues by attending regular Prep and Team meetings, and meeting all deadlines set by administration.
Meet with parents/guardians to provide feedback on pupils’ progress at scheduled parent-teacher conferences, and complete written report cards in a professional, thorough and timely manner.
Be aware of school calendar and attend all evening meetings including Open Houses, Back to School Night, and other school functions, which may periodically be held beyond the school day.
Participate in all training and staff development modules, including reading required books and articles on cutting-edge 2E and other educational developments.
Use GSuite, specifically Google Drive.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Attention to Detail
Maintaining Confidentiality and Privacy
Work Environment: This job operates in a school setting. School is located on the 4th floor of building. This role requires regular walking to various locations around the school.
Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear. This position is very active and requires standing, walking, bending, kneeling, and stooping all day. The employee must frequently lift and/or move items over 20 pounds. During fire drills, employee will need to use the stairs to go to ground level from 4th floor. Typing required for composing emails and writing reports.
Position Type and Expected Hours of Work: This is a full time position in an educational facility which is open 8 hours a day. Employee will work 10 months out of the year according academic calendar. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
AAP/EEO Statement: The Quad Preparatory School is based on an inclusive philosophy that does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, disability, marital status, creed, sexual orientation, familial status, citizenship, veteran or military status, or any other characteristic protected by law in its hiring procedures and policies.
Interested applicants must submit a cover letter and resume.
Required Education and Experience:
Bachelor's in Education or related field
Experience teaching upper elementary Math and/or Science
Preferred Education and Experience:
Masters in Education or related field
Internal Number: UESET
About The Quad Preparatory School
The Quad Preparatory School is an alternative, non-profit, K-12 college preparatory school dedicated to the education of twice-exceptional students, bright and creative children who learn differently. Quad Prep is a young, fast-growing school founded in 2013 that is a vibrant professional and collegial learning community for employees.
The Quad Preparatory School transforms the lives of twice-exceptional people – those who are gifted and learn differently – by redefining the experience of school. Our personalized model fully integrates social and emotional learning with challenging academics, empowering our students to rise to the level of their extraordinary talents. Through our innovative programs we are leading a larger movement in service of both twice-exceptional people and society at large.
Our teachers, clinicians, and staff joined together to craft our statement of values, which we are proud to share:
Quad Prep is a kind and joyful learning community where everyone is celebrated for who they are.
We ignite students’ strengths and passions and allow for safe academic pursuit at the highest levels by learning from mistakes.
We are trustworthy and steadfast, and... our high academic expectations challenge students to grow uniquely as people and in the way they learn.
We widen our students’ perspectives, giving them the tools to know themselves and find success in the future of their choosing.
We never give up on each other and are driven by the ethos of “not if, but how.”