Provides therapy to students in accordance with the principles and policies of the District Board of Trustees, the provisions of the Education Code and the Rules and Regulations of the State Board of Education.
Supports the philosophy behind the District mission statement and beliefs.
Assesses and analyzes identified students in all areas of articulation/phonology, oral-motor functioning, language, voice, and/or fluency as needed.
Administers required student assessments in accordance with site, District, and State requirements.
Provides a speech and language therapy program specifically designed to the needs of individual students.
Screens students for possible speech and language difficulties.
Write a comprehensive Language, Speech and Hearing Report with appropriate conclusions and recommendation.
Develops an Individual Education Plan (IEP) for each identified student.
Sets up a therapy schedule which includes coordination with classroom teachers, other special programs, and school routines.
Makes medical referrals to ears, nose, and throat (ENT) doctors as warranted and maintains medical correspondence as needed.
Provides audiometric screenings.
Provides augmentative communication assessments as necessary.
Assesses, designs, and implements augmentative communication systems for individual students as needed.
Provides programs and treatment for home-study, home-schooled, and private school students, as requested.
Provides upon request, in-service training to the regular school staff and parents, as requested.
Attends required meetings and in-services.
Develops and teaches from written treatment plans to assist students in mastering goals and objectives listed in the IEP.
Collaborates with other professional staff in their development of individualized learning plans: 504, English Language Learners, gifted students (GATE) and student study team (SST).
Designs and uses homework assignments as appropriate.
Instructs students in citizenship, freedom, and democracy as specified by State law and administrative regulations and procedures of the school district.
Establishes, teaches, and maintains classroom and school rules; teaches self-discipline and promotes student accountability. Promotes classroom behavior conducive to civility, courtesy and consideration.
Supervises all students on the school grounds and in the school buildings.
Maintains a safe, secure and healthful room environment.
Creates an effective, functional and attractive environment for learning through displays, bulletin boards, and interest centers.
Communicates with all parents on a regular basis regarding each student's academic and social progress, including parent conferences as requested.
Maintains proper records, including documentation of student progress, Language, Speech and Hearing Reports, cumulative records and attendance records.
Participates in the development of the school site plan and implements the plan through classroom instruction.
Works as part of a professional team to make decisions on behalf of all students.
Updates professional skills and knowledge on an ongoing basis.
Identifies and requests all necessary and available District resources in order to deliver the treatment plan and meet the needs of every student.
Must provide every document in order to be considered.
EdJoin Online Application
Copy of Transcript
California Credential Copy (will consider out-of-state)
Clinical or Rehabilitative Services Credentials
Speech-Language Pathology Services Credential
CCC a plus.
Letter of Introduction
Letter(s) of Recommendation (Must provide 3 current letters (dated within one year)
Additional Salary Information: VESD may give up to 20 years service credit for previous service in public schools on the Certificated Salary Schedule. There will be a one time signing bonus of $7,500 for newly hired, fully credentialed Speech-Language Pathologists who remain employed by the district for five years. Fully paid benefits for employee and family for Medical, Dental, Vision. Life Insurance fully paid for employee.
Victor Elementary School District (TK-6) located in Southern California. VESD strives to be on the cutting edge of student learning and we are embracing the changes our future is bringing. In order to be successful in the world of work, our students need to know how to learn because research and technology are rapidly changing the expectations for any career our students may choose as adults. VESD... offers "Schools of Choice" with individual focuses such as health and fitness, drama and the arts, STEM, multicultural, leadership, exploration, music, Gifted and Talented and Montessori. Students have the opportunity to choose any school within the quadrant in which they live based on their interest. A Chrome Book has been purchased for every student in grades 2-6. The City of Victorville is located in the High Desert area (also known as the Victor Valley) of San Bernardino County. Victorville is accessible via Interstate 15 and Highway 395, linking the city with all other areas of Southern California and to Las Vegas. You can be in the Mountains, the Desert and the Beach all in one day’s drive!
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) is the national professional, scientific, and credentialing association for 191,500 members and affiliates who are audiologists; speech-language pathologists; speech, language, and hearing scientists; audiology and speech-language pathology support personnel; and students.