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To provide an effective and appropriate educational program for At-Risk students in an alternative learning
environment. To assist students with social adjustment strategies for the purpose of creating a positive learning
environment that promotes student academics as well as social and emotional growth. Duties may include:
assessment of student needs through observation, collection, and analysis of behavioral and academic data;
collaborate with staff members to assist in the implementation of restorative practices and the 5 R’s
of relationship, respect, responsibility, repair and reintegration; implement structured behavioral and social
interventions; collaborate with the teaching staff for student academic assignments; supervise the detention
classroom; coordinate daily with administration and other teaching staff; participate in professional
development; and understand and participate in the grants and resources used in the school. This job summary
is not intended, nor should it be construed to be a complete list of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or working
conditions associated with the position.

• Bachelor’s Degree
• Valid Illinois Substitute License; OR
• Valid Illinois Professional Educator License

• Valid Illinois Professional Educator License endorsed in School Social Work; OR
• Master’s Degree in Social Work: OR
• Valid Professional Educator License endorsed in Learning Behavior Specialist
• Experience working with At-Risk Youth

SALARY / BENEFITS: 180 – day position with salary, retirement, and benefits

HOW TO APPLY: Mail or email cover letter, resume, transcripts, three professional references, and the ROE
#21 Employment Application to Mrs. Lorie LeQuatte, Regional Superintendent, 502 W Jackson St., Marion, IL
62959. The ROE 21 Employment Application can be found here:

Applications will be accepted until position is filled.