Lane Education Service District
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Lane ESD Substitute Instructional Assistant, Special Education Programs
at Lane Education Service District
This position works under the direction of a licensed teacher in a manner consistent with the requirements of state and federal law, and local district policy and procedures. The position supports the implementation of instructional, educational and behavioral plans designed to meet the needs of students with moderate to severe disabilities.
- A High School diploma or equivalent is required.
- Ability to work with moderately and severely handicapped students in group or individual situations in a classroom setting.
- Ability to follow directions and carry out assigned tasks as directed by the teacher.
- Prior experience working with moderately and severely handicapped persons preferred.
Life Skills students have significant intellectual disabilities. Life Skills classrooms serving students Kindergarten through Grade 12 are located in school district buildings throughout Lane Co. The instructional focus is on functional academics and life activities. Transition classrooms serving students aged 19-21 are located on Lane ESD’s Westmoreland campus and these students receive most of their instruction in community-based settings. Many students require assistance with personal care routines or demonstrate challenging behaviors. Long- term substitutes may be trained to implement delegated nursing tasks, such as tube feeding.
Lane School is located on Lane ESD’s Westmoreland campus. It is a short-term behavioral and academic day school designed for students kindergarten to Grade 8 in who have been identified with an emotional/behavioral disability and are experiencing significant behavioral, social, and academic difficulties. Students are referred by their resident school district. Lane School is a reintegration program designed to transition students back to their home school.
Comprehensive Services Program is located on Eugene 4J’s Fox Hollow campus. It serves students Kindergarten to Grade 8 with mental health needs. Services are designed to help students gain the skills needed to be successful in a less restrictive setting. Students are referred by their resident district and transition to a less restrictive setting as determined appropriate by an IEP team.
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Wednesday, August 1, 2018 12:00 AM -
Tuesday, June 30, 2020 5:00 PM
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