Job Posting Description, Migrant Summer School Teachers - Huntington
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Human Resources Department
215 S. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. (4th Floor)
South Bend, IN 46601
Job Locations
Huntington Migrant
Application Open: 02/23/2021, Filing Deadline: (none)
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914 Migrant STEAM Summer K-6 Teacher 21(Huntington)

POSITION TITLE:                                 

Migrant Summer School Teachers (1 per grade and/or grade clusters)

Onsite: Huntington

Kindergarten - First Grade (one teacher)

Second - Third Grades (one teacher)

Fourth - Fifth Grades (one teacher)

Sixth Grade (one teacher)

Migrant Education Program – Migrant Regional Service Center

2021 Migrant Summer School

This position is open to teachers within Region I

RECRUITED BY:                   

Director, Bilingual Services Department/MRSC-Region I


Director, Bilingual Services Department/MRSC-Region I

Site administrator

SALARY RANGE:                                  

Contract hourly rate according to current teacher’s contract agreement

CONTRACT LENGTH:                          

Professional Learning Sessions (via google/zoom or online modules) Strongly Recommended (hourly stipends provided - dates TBD)

Mandatory Training Session (onsite) June 4, 8:00am - 12:00pm

Hourly stipend provided.

Summer School Program: June 7th through July 9th 2021

8:00am to 1:30pm Monday - Friday (5-hour work day - paid, 30 minute duty free lunch - unpaid)

Monday, July 5th no school


Provide quality instruction based on the individual needs of every migrant child using Migrant Summer

School STEAM curriculum, Math, and English Language Arts/Reading curriculum.


  • Be certified in Elementary Education with preschool and/or kindergarten certification or pending certification
  • Implement STEAM curriculum/engineering kits
  • Provide oral and written assessments to measure student mastery of English Language Arts and Math (pre-test and post-test required)
  • Provide migrant summer school administrators with student records, including daily attendance; grades, tests, etc.
  • Attend training sessions as listed above


  • Should have the ability to understand and accept the philosophy of the Bilingual Services Department in reference to the education of migrant students and/or English Learners
  • Should have experience in incorporating new technologies into instruction
  • Must have the ability to facilitate a student-centered, project-based curriculum (must provide evidence)
  • Have recent EXCELLENT classroom management skills and proven ability to work with preschool and kindergarten students.
  • Must have knowledge of research-based instructional strategies, methodology, and materials for EL students
  • Candidate must have a valid Indiana Teacher’s License and highly-qualified status for grade level and/or content area (Elementary Education, Kindergarten)
  • Evidence of ongoing training in best-practice instruction of Elementary (1-6) / Kindergarten Education
  • Knowledge of second-language theory and practice and migratory culture
  • Recent utilization of WIDA standards in lesson planning
  • May not currently be recommended for a Performance Improvement Plan
  • Preference is given to teachers with an EL License and/or significant EL training


In addition to the duties and responsibilities of a classroom teacher, the teacher in this position should have the knowledge and skills to do the following:  

  • Provide STEAM based instruction for migrant students
  • Provide instruction with integration of technology
  • Work in collaborative teams to provide practical support in reading, writing, listening, and speaking strategies for migrant students
  • Work collaboratively with MRSC and Bilingual Services Department staff
  • Supervise and provide direction for a classroom Instructional Resource Specialist in support of instruction, if one is provided
  • Provide differentiated instruction based on Indiana WIDA Standards and students’ academic needs
  • Attendance is required for in-service training sessions


The position requires that staff must be present throughout the duration of the entire Summer Migrant Program. Vacations must be taken prior to the start date of June 7th, 2021 and after July 9th, 2021. The position also requires flexible scheduling of work responsibilities.



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