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Hampton Township School District has several different types of para-professionals on our team.

I-B Paraprofessionals assist in the smooth operation of the school by working as assigned in one or more of the following areas: clerical support, classroom non-teaching support, and/or student supervision. The I-B Paraprofessional will assist in the overall tasks of maintaining organization for secretaries, teachers and administrators.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following:

1. Types, duplicates, organizes, files and collates for teachers, as directed by the building principal

2. Assists office personnel as directed by the building principal

3. Assists in preparing classroom displays and bulletin boards

4. Assists teachers with special classroom activities

5. Supervises students in a variety of settings as assigned by teacher or principal

6. Demonstrates regular and timely attendance

7. Duties appropriate to the position may be added by the principal or designee

Additional information on I-B Paraprofessional positions can be located under Employment Opportunities/Job Descriptions.

I-D Paraprofessionals assist students as specified by the teacher, principal, or Director of Pupil Services (DPS) directives and specifically through the IEP goals and expectations. The I-D Paraprofessionals attend mandatory professional education sessions and implement strategies with specific student populations. They also attend student meetings and provide information and feedback pertaining to the student’s daily functioning upon request of the teacher, principal, or DPS.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following:

1. Assists students with academic tasks and provides practice and follow-up activities introduced by the special education teacher or other professional staff.

2. Assists and monitors students with organizational skills and social interactions in various settings

3. Guides students in use and mastery of instructional equipment such as computers

4. Escorts student(s) to and from assigned areas when necessary and supervises student(s) on playground, cafeteria, or other non-instructional areas

5. Maintains a working familiarity of student health concerns (e.g., seizures, diets, ambulation, etc.), and adheres to written procedures regarding such concerns.

6. Assists specialists in related services programming activities as stated in the IEPs.

7. Assists assigned student(s) who have identified needs for self-help or self-care skills such as toileting, diapering, dressing, feeding, and other personal care needs as designated in the IEP.

8. Accompanies assigned students to community-based activities, jobs outlined in IEP, field trips, or general bus runs assigned by the special education teacher, principal, psychologist or DPS.

9. Promotes independence in all settings.

10. Maintains confidentiality of all information concerning students, staff, or parent/guardian in any public setting and chooses the appropriate time, place and supervisor to discuss issues of concern.

11. Assists with clerical and organizational tasks and data collection related to progress monitoring, IEP information and distribution, and classroom displays

12. Other tasks as assigned by teacher, principal, or DPS.

Additional information on I-D Paraprofessional positions can be located under Employment Opportunities/Job Descriptions.

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