DIAGNOSIS. Examine and plan remedial services to students with speech and language disorders.
REMEDIATION. Provide remedial services for speech disorders such as stuttering, voice disorders, and articulation, and speech problems associated with impairments.
LESSON PLANS. Maintain a plan book of daily instruction based on IEP=S, and emergency plans in the event of illness.
OBJECTIVES. Establish and communicate to students and parents well-defined objectives for each lesson, including related projects and activities.
INSTRUCTION. Instruct speech handicapped students in the development of desirable speech habits.
CONSULATION. Counsel teachers, parents, and students concerning support techniques to help social and psychological adjustment associated with speech disorders.
COMPLIANCE. Develop IEP=s and maintain all records required for compliance with PL 94-142.
MEETINGS. Attend staff meetings and district in-service programs.
COMMITTEES. Serve on committees as requested.
SCHOOL ACTIVITIES. Be responsible for discharging instructional and non- instructional school-related activities, as assigned.
SUPERVISION/EVALUATION. Supervise, evaluate, and provide work assignments to assigned teacher aides, therapists, student teachers, and/or volunteers.
TEAM MEMBER. Be responsible for own involvement as contributing member involving group decision making and the development of a positive, cooperative building environment.
EVALUATION. Evaluate and provide individual student progress on a regular basis and keep requisite records. Justify program recommendations.
HEALTH AND WELFARE. Identify and refer unusual student behavior and situations to appropriate specialists.
DISCIPLINE. Be responsible for enforcing building approved discipline plan.
SUPERVISION. Be responsible for the supervision of students assigned.
POLICIES AND REGULATIONS –Know board policies and regulations
INJURY/ILLNESS. Report to the nurse any injury or illness to a student or self.
TEACHER ABSENCE. Advise administration in accordance with Policy GCEA-R.
BOOKS/SUPPLIES. Account for school and district property, as required.
PHYSICAL PLANT. Advise administration immediately of needed repairs, replacements and/or unsafe building conditions.
COMPLETION OF DAILY DUTIES. Remain in school after dismissal of students, as necessary to complete daily duties, attend meetings, hold parent conferences, etc.
school regulations regarding emergency procedures.
ATTENDANCE. Report to work daily at times assigned and remain on duty through time prescribed (see Policy GCJ).
Responsible for submitting and justifying budget recommendations to building principal or designee.
PARENT CONFERENCES. Meet with parents as required, to advise them concerning student needs and progress.
INTERPRETATION. Interpret school policies and programs to students and parents.
Responsible for performing other job-related duties as assigned by the building principal.
Valid appropriate Arizona Certification, eligible for Arizona Department of Health full or limited Speech licensure
Repetitive motion and eye strain through extensive utilization of computer hardware and software. May require lifting materials and supplies weighing up to 25 pounds.
Internal Number: 002476
About Lake Havasu Unified School District
About LHUSDLake Havasu City is a community inspired by possibility and rich with promise. Our young city responds to a common purpose: To build a future dependent on our single most precious resource, our youth.Our Guiding Principles express that LHUSD will engage each student with a focus on scholarship, character, and humanity – so that all students may graduate with the academic and social skills necessary to become responsible citizens and contributing members of society.The success of our children is the base upon which our future rests.LHUSD consists of 6 elementary schools (pre K-6), 1 middle school (7-8) and 1 high school (9-12) offering Career and Technical Education, Dual Enrollment (with Mohave Community College), and Advanced Placement classes.Total enrollment is in excess or 5,400 students.
The AMERICAN SPEECH-LANGUAGE-HEARING ASSOCIATION (ASHA) is the national professional, scientific, and credentialing association for members and affiliates who are audiologists, speech-language pathologists, speech, language, and hearing scientists, audiology and speech-language pathology support personnel, and students