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Primary Function:

To assume the responsibilities for instruction, classroom management, job duties, and professional involvement according to the School Code of Illinois, Board of Education Policies, and District contractual agreements.



  • Plans effectively for instruction. This includes maintenance of written plans which are consistent with District curriculum guidelines, developmental needs of students and accountability requirements.
  • Employs a variety of instructional strategies and techniques which take into account individual student differences (learning styles, pace, motivation, interests, etc.) as well as the need for achievement of specified objectives.
  • Communicates the purpose of lessons and relates instructions to both long and short term educational objectives.
  • Communicates accurately and effectively with students, parents and other staff members.
  • Assesses student progress formally and informally in an appropriate manner.
  • Exhibits effective classroom management techniques which include: self-control, maintenance of an appropriate learning environment, fair, consistent treatment of students, maintenance of safety standards, tactful response to needs of students, etc.
  • Encourages the development of students – self-esteem
  • Maintains accurate and timely records as required by law, Board policies, and administrative guidelines.
  • Follows building and District rules, procedures and policies.
  • Demonstrates a willingness to participate collaboratively in building, professional, and District-level committees.
  • Is punctual in reporting for job assignments as well as faculty and parent meetings.
  • Performs all duties specific to the position listed in the contractual agreement for classroom teacher, librarian, school social worker, counselor, school nurse, psychologist, and speech/language clinician.
  • Performs other reasonable duties as assigned during the normal work day/year or in case of emergency.


Applicants must possess the following qualifications:

  • 60 College Credit Hours plus 2,000 hours of work experience in the field of Law Enforcement OR
  • 8,000 hours of work experience in the field of Law Enforcement AND
  • Completion of form 7323A by the supervisor


Based on experience and qualifications.

Additional Notes

Course Description:

This course offers a preliminary framework for pre-service criminal justice students.  Students are taught from the perspective of the total crime problem when viewing the American penal justice system.  The class will focus on how criminal justice originates with the police who are charged with the responsibility of direct enforcement.  Discussions will include the involvement of the court system and the corrections put into place.

How to Apply


Click on link above to fill out our application. Must then save it down and send to kheld@altonschools.org.

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