ABOUT Clayton Valley Charter High School
Clayton Valley Charter High School (CVCHS) is a high performing charter high school in Concord, CA. The school opened in 1958 and converted to a charter school starting in the 2012-13 school year. With a strong academic reputation, CVCHS has a relentless commitment to the academic success of all students and has achieved remarkable academic growth for all subgroups of students. As a comprehensive high school, CVCHS is committed to providing students tremendous opportunities to be well-rounded, with a commitment beyond academics that includes character development, athletics, and the arts. We are focused on our vision of preparing all students for college and career readiness. Our Governing Board and Administration are united in our vision of academic rigor with relevant application to student’s current and future real-world experiences, with a commitment to empowering teachers and staff to fulfill the mission of providing the best education to our students.
Support selected program through demonstration of lessons, modeling and direct explanation of teaching strategies. This support may include coordination and implementation of department programs. Provide a commitment to all students in achieving the charter’s mission, in providing first-class citizens with a world-class education. Provide assessment for individual students to support classroom learning.
- To establish, in cooperation with the Principal or his/her designee (or designated by the collective bargaining agreement), goals and objectives consistent with the evaluation article of the collective bargaining agreements.
- Comply with all laws and regulations of the State of California, policy, and rules of the Charter and it’s Board, and terms and conditions of the collective bargaining agreement, which include but are not limited to the following:
- being present on campus during the contractually designated time;
- attending job-related meetings and activities;
- submitting accurate forms, reports and other required documents;
- complying with mandatory child abuse reporting laws;
- adhering to State adopted curriculum and standards
- While on site is responsible to the site administrator for the care, control, and instruction of the students in his/her charge.
- To report promptly to the Principal (or his/her designee) any serious accident or illness affecting students.
- To respect the individuality of the children
- To maintain conditions and practices in the classrooms which positively affect the physical and mental health of the children.
- To report promptly to the Principal (or his/her designee) any factors which prevent the full exercise of duties and responsibilities.
- To keep abreast of current innovative educational practices and curriculum trends so as to be in a position to participate in policy-making processes and curriculum revision
- To enforce all rules governing the conduct of pupils as may be prescribed by the Executive Director and the Board, as well as those developed cooperatively by the Executive Director and the faculty.
- To work cooperatively with employees of the charter and the community.
- Provide and maintain adequate lesson plans and instructions for substitute teachers. Maintain a valid teaching credential required for the position and a valid driver’s license.
WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR:
- California Single Subject Credential in the designated subject area
- EL Authorization
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY REQUIREMENTS:
Work Position (Percentage of Time):
Standing: 30 Walking: 20 Sitting: 50
Body Movement (Frequency):
None (0) Limited (1) Occasional (2) Frequent (3) Very Frequent (4)
Lifting (lbs.): 15-18 Lifting: 2 Bending: 2
Pushing and/or Pulling Loads: 1 Reaching Overhead: 1 Kneeling or Squatting: 1
Climbing Ladders: 0 Climbing Stairs: 2
NON-DISCRIMINATION: Clayton Valley Charter High School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, marital status, ancestry, political affiliation, age, sexual orientation, disability, medical condition, national origin, or mental or physical handicap in any of its policies or procedures related to admissions, employment, educational services, programs or activities.