Title I Reallocation Grant Program Coordinator

Hackensack Public Schools Hackensack , NJ 07601

Posted 7 days ago

Date Available: 3/27/19-6/30/19; 7/1/19-7/31/19

Description: The Program Coordinator will work a total of 172 hours (100 hours to be completed between March and June 30; 60 hours in July; 12 hours to complete reports necessary to close out program.). Duties will include assisting students and their parents with the application process necessary to register for Summer STEM Programs, coordinating lunch and transportation and assisting lead teachers who will daily chaperone the students to and from the program. Registration fees, lunches and transportation all paid for with Title I Reallocation funds.

Program Coordinator's Responsibilities:

  • Coordinating informative meetings for parents. Communicating to parents and students that each program has limited space and the providers will make the final selection based on the requirements they established

  • Obtaining parent permission including home visits when necessary

  • Assisting students with applications

  • Coordinating with providers (NJIT in Newark (Grades 9-12), William Paterson University Summer Camp Program (Incoming Grade 4), Buehler Science Center at Bergen County Community College in Paramus (Grades 5-8)

  • Logistics, including [but not limited] to securing busing and lunches

  • Following up on attendance with students and parents

  • Assisting lead teachers in July (approximately 3 hours per day)

  • Visiting sites if necessary

  • Managing the program overall; and

  • Completing and submitting reports at end of program to Director of Curriculum.

Qualifications:

  • Parent/Community Outreach Background Preferred

  • Experience working with Bilingual/ESL Populations Preferred

  • Currently working for District

  • Bilingual

  • B.A. or B.S. Degree

  • Salary: $5,000 Stipend

Application Procedure: Apply online through Frontline/AppliTrack.

Selection Procedure: Applications will be reviewed and final selection will be submitted to the Superintendent.


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Title I Reallocation Grant Program Coordinator

Hackensack Public Schools