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Complete comprehensive and appropriate evaluations according to State Standards, District Guidelines, and ASHA Guidelines.

Provide a complete diagnostic summary report including a summary of evaluation information and educational relevance.

Complete IEP paperwork in a timely manner.

Evaluate students based upon screening results and referrals from teachers, parents and physicians.

When appropriate, make referrals for further evaluation.

Obtain and use diagnostic information

Administer appropriate assessments for each area of suspected speech/language impairment.

Demonstrate understanding and use of the principles of diagnostic evaluation and interpretation.

Maintain on-going assessment to verify progress toward established goals.

Maintain communication with the building faculty regarding the role of the SLP.

Maintain a physical environment conducive to learning.

Develop work schedule(s), which will fit the needs of the students, school, and faculty.

Report to building principal(s)

Develop and maintain the instructional component of the IEP according to the results of the evaluation and on-going assessment of progress.

Develop long-range goals and specific objectives.

Complete daily notes for each student in a timely manner.

Include methods and materials in planning.

Document student progress, attendance, etc.

Use a variety of approaches and materials to address the IEP that are compatible with the student’s age and interest, and abilities.

Stay abreast of and implement new instructional strategies.

Provide therapeutic intervention with students to enhance student performance.


Type 10 Certificate, State of Illinois for the area of Speech/Language approval.

Master Degree from a recognized NCATE college or university

Out of state applicants must be able to meet Illinois certification standards or approval.


Salary and benefits adhere to the Cairo Association of Teachers contract with the Board of Education.

Additional Notes

This is a district wide position, serving students in Pre-K through 12th Grade. Provide speech services to students as directed by Individual Education Plans, under the direction of the school administration.

How to Apply

Go to the Districts website www.cairoschooldistrict1.com (About Us Section) to download a Certified Application or call 618-734-4102 choosing option 1 and request that an application be mailed to you. Mail the application to Cairo School District Number One Attn: Business Office 4201 Sycamore St., Cairo, IL  62914 or email the completed application to jobs@cairoschooldistrict1.com 

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