BRIDGE PROGRAM Special Education Teacher Grades 6-12

A BRIDGE from middle school to high school
A BRIDGE from school to the community
A BRIDGE from school to employment

The School District of North Fond du Lac has an opening at Bessie Allen Middle School and
Horace Mann High School for the 2023-2024 school year for a BRIDGE special education
teacher! This full-time position consists of case managing, developing, and implementing IEPs
for students with special needs in 6-12th grade with a strong focus on transition. The BRIDGE
teacher serves as case manager for students in the program and teaches students how to use
tools and resources to regulate themselves, encourages problem solving skills in real time,
builds independence and academic skills and practices social and interpersonal skills
throughout the day in real time.

Certification Requirement: Cross-Categorical Special Education (1801)

Full Benefit Package: WI Retirement, Health, Dental and Life Insurance, Long and Short Term
Disability, Paid Personal Days, Paid Holidays, Accumulative Sick Leave, Flexible Spending or
Health Saving Accounts, 403(b) Voluntary Retirement Accounts, Health and Financial Wellness
Program, Professional Development, optional payroll deduction for savings products, Employee
Assistance Program.

The School District of North Fond du Lac is located five miles north of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
in Fond du Lac County. We serve over 1550 pre-kindergarten through 12th grade students.

Contact: Christine Schultz, Director of Student Services
Years of Experience = 0
Degree = Bachelor
Cover Letter
Letters of Recommendation
Transcripts and Licenses/Certification Required

Qualifications and Responsibilities
Plan and deliver effective instruction to students individually and in groups, using various
teaching methods that provide students with opportunities to observe, question, and

Ability to collaborate with special and general education colleagues to improve student

Willingness and ability to build relationships and engage with families.

Use data to adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students’ varying
needs and interests and perform other related duties as assigned.

Knowledgeable in Wisconsin state standards and be able to modify and adapt the curriculum
to meet individual student learning needs.

Understand the IEP process and have the ability to assist in the evaluation of children
possessing a variety of disabilities.

Understanding of the developmental stages of literacy and use of developmentally appropriate
practices and strategies.

Strong communications skills, both written and oral, and interpersonal skills.

Ability to be flexible and work well with support staff, parents, and administration.

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