The Academic Intervention Coordinator will be working with Monarch School teachers, staff, and administrators, this position is responsible for offering academic support to K-12 students including but not limited to utilizing math and reading intervention curriculum, creating individualized interventions, K-12 academic enrichment, during and after school, college workshops, Saturday School, STEM support, and any academic support opportunities.
The After-School Associate will supervise and work with K-12 students in daily program activities. The After-School Associate will collaborate with other team members, families, and school personnel to provide structured activities within the community. This role will also ensure a safe and supportive environment and offer program activities that include physical fitness, arts, academic enrichment, organized games, and healthy choices and behaviors.
The Behavior Intervention Specialist (BIS) is responsible for providing positive behavioral support to K-12 students as well as engaging students in a planning process to build on existing strengths, teach effective coping skills and productive behaviors. This mentor both advocates for and challenges the students to be productive and restorative while using a strength-based, trauma informed approach. The BIS also partners with family, school, and community to teach the students to be respectful, responsible, safe and ready to learn. The BIS role calls for a flexible, collaborative, and eager-to-learn professional.