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Manhattan Star Academy, a member of the YAI Network, provides Elementary Education for children 5-12 years of age with intellectual developmental disabilities and learning delays, including children on the autism spectrum.
The Thomas J. McCann Woodside Intermediate School 125 is one of the highest performing
schools in New York City. We are continually striving to provide the best academic experience possible
for all our students. To achieve this goal, we offer academic programs that include Algebra 1 Common
Core, Accelerated ESL, Accelerated English Language Arts and honors classes that offer Regents
examinations in Mathematics, English, Earth Science, Living Environment, U.S. History and Government,
and Foreign Language.
Students attend our comprehensive after school program that meets daily and offers one and one half hours of academic support and one and one half hours of sports and art. Students may participate in our subject specific and club after school programs as well. Some of our Extracurricular Activities include the following: Student Government, Law, Dance, Computers, Photography, Yearbook, Drama Productions, Lego League, Kiwanis Club and other programs. In addition, we have interscholastic basketball teams and an extensive intramural sports program. I.S. 125 houses a Champions Club - sports, arts and academic programs sponsored through a grant from the After School Corporation.
Position available in Richmond Hill, Queens
The person will be responsible to supervise teachers and teacher assistants, assure that the mandates of the IEP's are adhered to, collaborate with the school Districts to place turning 5 year olds and intake new students, hire and train new teachers and interns, hire substitute teachers and teacher assistants. Position will also oversee classroom data collection and lesson plans and arrange for substitute teacher assistants in the classrooms when needed.
The Manhattan Star Academy, a member of the YAI Network, provides Elementary Education for children 5-12 years of age with developmental disabilities and learning delays, including children on the autism spectrum. Be rewarded with a friendly working environment that facilitates open communication and participatory management, where you are truly valued as a professional and where your opinion really matters. Receive on-going state-of-the-art training, supportive supervision and a commitment to developing your education and career to help you reach your greatest potential as a professional!
The New York City school system is the largest in the country, composed of approximately 1.1 million students and 76,000 teachers in over 1,800 schools. The NYC Department of Education is looking for an experienced project manager to support the After School Professional Development Program (ASPDP). ASPDP is a small but mighty team of six experienced project managers, analysts, and instructional specialists, who lead a program that offers more than 200 professional learning courses over three semesters per year. All courses are designed to meet educators’ professional learning needs, support their progress toward career goals, develop their instructional practices, and lead to improved student learning.