Job Type

Provide high-quality tutoring and mentoring for credit recovery students and work collaboratively with credit recovery teachers, paraprofessionals, the school leader, colleagues, students, and parents to accomplish or surpass students’ educational goals.  



*Provide assistance or tutelage on certain subject areas or skills that meets the individual needs and goals of one or more students for credit recovery.

*Create an environment that is conducive to learning; enforce the academy's student discipline code; and implementing initiatives such as school-wide behavior management systems.

*Work cooperatively with the credit recovery teachers, paraprofessionals, and the academy's instructional coach.

*Remain aware of student needs by seeking advice and counsel from student support services areas when needed.

*Assist students with developing study skills and organization techniques to help improve their academic performance.

*Maintain accurate and complete records as required; maintain the confidentiality of student records and student information. 

*Monitor student attendance.

*Must be available for a minimum of five hours per week.  Saturday tutoring may be required.

*Communicate with parents regarding their children’s performance.

*Other duties as assigned. 


*Evidence of successful experience in student and parent relations.

*Good general reading, writing, and math skills (specifically an associate’s degree, 60 college credits, or passing scores on an equivalent state-approved assessment).

*Demonstrated proficiency in an instructional support capacity, as acquired through prior experience in tutoring, teaching, or similar work experience in education.

*Demonstrated commitment to young people’s learning success and achievement.