Job Openings

Comanche Middle School Job Posting

1030 Ash Avenue

Comanche, OK 73529

580-439-2922

580-439-2979 (fax)

angelarouse@cpsok.org

Position: Teaching- Jr. High Science

Teacher Responsibilities Include:

  • Create and implement lesson plans using planbook.com for 8th grade science.

  • Post daily assignments for each class on Google classroom.

  • Collaborate with grade level and subject area teachers.

  • Prepare to teach virtually as needed.

  • Special duties that may include, but are not limited to: bus duty, pick-up duty, morning duty, lunch duty and other duties as assigned.

  • Attend staff meetings and professional development.

  • Maintain an organized and inviting environment.

  • Establish and maintain an open line of communication for parents.

 Qualifications:

  • Oklahoma Teaching Certification

Include the following with your application: 

  • Resume 

  • Transcripts 

  • Teaching Certification 

  • Letters of Recommendation

 Application Instruction: Send cover letter and above listed materials to: Angela Rouse, Middle School Principal, via email at: angelarouse@cpsok.org

MS Counselor

Position Summary: The counselor promotes student success, provides preventive services, and responds to identified student needs by implementing a comprehensive developmental school counseling program that addresses academic, career, and personal/social development of secondary students. Essential Duties:

• Develops and manages a comprehensive school counseling program for secondary students. • Delivers the counseling curriculum to all students focusing on Academic, Career, and Personal/Social Domains.

• Designs, delivers, evaluates, and revises a planned sequential developmentally appropriate program in accordance to district counseling standards and indicators.

• Facilitates the infusion of counseling curriculum activities into classroom curricula to support the developmental needs of students.

 • Facilitates instructional process in collaboration with school staff and community resources.

 • Counsels with secondary students to promote self-awareness and positive social and academic skills.

• Develops, delivers, and evaluates student planning addressing academic goal setting and transition plans.

• Informs students and parents about pertinent test results, academic programming, behavior intervention strategies, and their implications to the overall academic success.

• Provides individual and group counseling to students with identified concerns and needs.

 • Implements a referral process and follow-up process to outside counseling agencies and support agencies.

•Provides information to staff and parents to assist them in crises related issues that may affect the school climate.

• Consults and coordinates with district professionals and community agencies, such as nurses, administrators, community-based counselors, service agencies, and physicians.

• Manages activities that establish, maintain, support, and enhance the total school counseling system.

• Advocates for equal access to programs and services for all students.

• Plans and coordinates programs that are an extension of the counseling program, i.e., Individual Education Plans, Child Study Team, red ribbon week, student of week etc.

• Coordinates parent programs.

 • Participates in school decision-making.

 • Adheres to laws, policies, procedures, and ethical standards of the school counseling profession.

 • Participates with the administration and faculty as a team member in the implementation of the district testing program.

• Collects and reviews evaluative data to ensure a successful counseling program that links the school counseling program to student academic progress.

 • Measures results of the school counseling program activities and shares results as appropriate

 • Performs other duties as assigned.

Please send cover letter, resume, references, and a copy of Oklahoma Teaching certificate to superintendent Julie Bills at Juliebills@cpsok.org.

SUBSTITUTE CHILD NUTRITION

Substitute child nutrition workers needed for the 2020-2021 school year.

Please contact Mrs. Bills at Comanche Central Office.  580-439-2900 or email:juliebills@cpsok.org

SUBSTITUTE BUS DRIVERS

Substitute bus drivers needed for the 2020-2021 school year.

Please contact Mrs. Bills at Comanche Central Office.  580-439-2900 or email:juliebills@cpsok.org or Sean Hushbeck@cpsok.org

Other position inquiries may be directed to Julie Bills, Superintendent, 1030 Ash Ave., Comanche, OK  73529