Supervisor: Coordinator of Co-Curricular Programming
Begin: August 25, 2021
Deadline to apply: Ongoing
Our Extended Day program needs kid champions to lead our Preschool-Middle School students in productive and creative academic and enrichment investigations after school in a semi-structured environment. We prefer adults who have worked with students before in classroom or camp experiences, are interested in child development, and have boundless energy in the afternoons from 2:15-6:00 p.m. This position lasts from, September 1, 2021 through Thursday, June 9, 2022 and follows our school’s calendar with days off when school is not in session. Training dates are scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday, August 25-26.
In the cover letter, please respond to the following questions:
What is your philosophy on how an after school program experience can change a child’s life?
How do you manage chaos in your life as it may relate to a group of children?
Please direct cover letters and resumes to:
Susan Custer, Coordinator of Co-Curricular Programming
Successful applicants will demonstrate the ability to:
Show energy, punctuality, dependability, and creativity
Manage irregularity of student attendance
Arrive by 2:15 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and 1:15 p.m. on Wednesdays (non-negotiable). Staffing rotates so that Extended Day Leaders leave at 5:00, 5:30, or 6:00 p.m. (10-15 hours per week.)
Create plans to supplement academic, enrichment, or social needs of the children in Extended Day
Work well with other after school leaders to form a positive, supportive team atmosphere
Set personal goals
Keep track of schedules and attendance
Tolerate moderate to loud noise levels
Participate, as needed, in bending, stooping, stretching, squatting, pushing, pulling, sitting, and walking to support the emotional and physical needs of students
Internal Number: 10
About Catherine Cook School
Catherine Cook empowers students from preschool through eighth grade to be adaptive, confident and productive stewards of an evolving world. Our community engages with ideals of cultural competence, progressive academics, ethical literacy, and innovation designed to inspire personal excellence and compassionate leadership.