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Position TitleJob NumberJob DescriptionPay Scale
Registered Professional NurseWRPNA1

The Wappingers Central School District is seeking a full-time Registered Professional Nurse. This position is responsible for providing, at one or more schools, health services for students and staff, and acts as advocate, liaison  and consultant on health-related issues for students, families and school personnel. The School Nurse is an integral part of the WCSD school program in supporting an optimum physical, mental, emotional and social climate for all students and staff. The services provided by the School Nurse include health care delivery, health counseling and health program and policy development.

$36,000
School Monitors
  1. Patrols school lobbies and corridors.    
  2. Maintains order in hallways, study halls, dining areas, gymnasiums, locker rooms, and activity areas.     
  3. Issues and checks passes.     
  4. Supervises and/or attempts to calm students removed from class for disciplinary reasons.      
  5. Intervenes in classroom confrontations and student fights and, if necessary, may help subdue students whose conduct presents an actual danger to themselves or others.
  6. Checks storage rooms, lavatories, etc., for students reported missing from class.
  7. Escorts students to and from the cafeteria at lunch time and/or special appointments.
  8. Informs superiors of observations of student behavior.
  9. Oversees students passing between classes in locker rooms and on premises before and after school.
  10. Monitors students in parking lots and supervises the loading of buses.
  11. May collect attendance reports.
  12. May assist in rendering first aid in emergencies.
  13. May help children in lower grades with wearing apparel.
  14. Does related work as required.      
     
Per WFEA contract
Substitute Registered Professional Nurse

1. Protecting and maintaining student’s health by providing professional nursing services in accordance with
    Nursing Standards and NYS licensing.
2. Providing NYS mandated and annual screening programs including vision, hearing, height, weight and 
     scoliosis.
3.  Facilitating NYS mandated immunization and communicable disease control requirements, as well as 
     providing influenza immunization education.
4.  Identifying and assessing students’ health needs, implementing services and evaluating plans of care which
     impact student learning and achievement or safety.
5.  Participating as members of the school’s multi-disciplinary team, interpreting medical data and writing 
     objectives for the health component of the IEP and/or 504 plans.
6.  Acting as liaison between home and school, and community providers for medical issues.
7.  Identifying and reporting school building safety or environmental issues which impact student or staff health 
     to the building administrator.
8.  Participating as members of the school’s Core Safety Teams.
 

Substitute School Monitor
  1. Patrols school lobbies and corridors.    
  2. Maintains order in hallways, study halls, dining areas, gymnasiums, locker rooms, and activity areas.     
  3. Issues and checks passes.     
  4. Supervises and/or attempts to calm students removed from class for disciplinary reasons.      
  5. Intervenes in classroom confrontations and student fights and, if necessary, may help subdue students whose conduct presents an actual danger to themselves or others.
  6. Checks storage rooms, lavatories, etc., for students reported missing from class.
  7. Escorts students to and from the cafeteria at lunch time and/or special appointments.
  8. Informs superiors of observations of student behavior.
  9. Oversees students passing between classes in locker rooms and on premises before and after school.
  10. Monitors students in parking lots and supervises the loading of buses.
  11. May collect attendance reports.
  12. May assist in rendering first aid in emergencies.
  13. May help children in lower grades with wearing apparel.
  14. Does related work as required.      
     
Cook

1.    Prepares and cooks meat, fish, poultry, soups, vegetables, macaroni, desserts, salads and other foods. 
2.    Prepares cakes, pies, rolls and a variety of other desserts. 
3.    Supervises and participates in the cleaning of serving, storage and dining areas, and in the care of equipment. 
4.    May supervise the proper storing of food. 
5.    May keep simple related records. 
6.    Does related work as required.     

Additional:

May supervise Assistant Cook or Food Service Helper.
Hours are 6:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.


 

 


 

   
 

Per WCA Contract
Substitute Food Service Helper
  1. Assists cooks in phases of food preparation involving lesser degrees of skill than those of Cook or Assistant Cook.
  2. Assists in the preparation of salads and desserts.
  3. Cleans, washes, and otherwise prepares vegetables and fruits for cooking.
  4. Washes dishes, pots and pans by hand or machine.
  5. Cleans kitchen or dining areas.
  6. Cleans work areas and equipment such as counters, trays, tray carts, hot food tables, coffee urns, toasters, etc.
  7. Handles food and equipment in accordance with sanitary practices.
  8. Fills sugar bowls and salt and pepper shakers.
  9. Attends inservice training sessions.
  10. May assemble items for bag lunches.
  11. May set tables and clear them after meals.
  12. May act as cashier.
  13. Does related work as required.    
     
$12.50/hourly
Substitute Typist
  1. Utilizes a keyboard to prepare letters, payrolls, reports, bulletins, applications and a variety of other material from rough draft.
  2. Answers telephone and acts as office receptionist, giving out information of routine nature.
  3. Operates a copying machine, calculator, computer, fax machine, or other simple office machines. 
  4. Maintains simple accounting and a variety of other records in accordance with prescribed office routine.
  5. Sorts, indexes, and files.                                  
  6. May enter data into terminal from forms and printed copy.
  7. Does related work as required.         
Substitute Registered Professional Nurse

1. Protecting and maintaining student’s health by providing professional nursing services in accordance with
    Nursing Standards and NYS licensing.
2. Providing NYS mandated and annual screening programs including vision, hearing, height, weight and 
     scoliosis.
3.  Facilitating NYS mandated immunization and communicable disease control requirements, as well as 
     providing influenza immunization education.
4.  Identifying and assessing students’ health needs, implementing services and evaluating plans of care which
     impact student learning and achievement or safety.
5.  Participating as members of the school’s multi-disciplinary team, interpreting medical data and writing 
     objectives for the health component of the IEP and/or 504 plans.
6.  Acting as liaison between home and school, and community providers for medical issues.
7.  Identifying and reporting school building safety or environmental issues which impact student or staff health 
     to the building administrator.
8.  Participating as members of the school’s Core Safety Teams.
 

Health Teaching Assistant
  1. Assists teachers by working with individual pupils or groups of pupils on special instructional projects.   
  2. Assists in preparing lesson plans, individualized education programs (IEPs) and student grades.
  3. Prepares planned instructional materials, attendance reports and class reports.      
  4. Supervises student involved in non-classroom activities under the general supervision of a teacher.      
  5. Implements/follows teachers instructions of classroom procedures; reinforcement, philosophy and consistency.      
  6. Makes appropriate referrals when difficulties arise and teacher is not readily available.      
  7. Assists with clerical duties related to instruction.    
  8. Demonstrates an understanding of students’ problems, keeps a firm hand, yet is courteous.    
  9. Attends Open House and grade level meetings.                                   
  10. Keeps records, writes lessons on the board, corrects students’ work. 

 

In addition, a Teaching Assistant (Health)

 

  1. Understands and is aware of medical needs of students.
  2. Assists with behavior management programs and techniques.
  3. Feeds or help students feed themselves.
  4. Assists students with toileting.
  5. Pushes student in wheelchair.
  6. Assists with loading and unloading of students on the buses.
  7. Does related work as required.
Teaching Assistant
  1. Assists teachers by working with individual pupils or groups of pupils on special instructional projects.   
  2. Assists in preparing lesson plans, individualized education programs (IEPs) and student grades.
  3. Prepares planned instructional materials, attendance reports and class reports.      
  4. Supervises student involved in non-classroom activities under the general supervision of a teacher.      
  5. Implements/follows teachers instructions of classroom procedures; reinforcement, philosophy and consistency.      
  6. Makes appropriate referrals when difficulties arise and teacher is not readily available.      
  7. Assists with clerical duties related to instruction.    
  8. Demonstrates an understanding of students’ problems, keeps a firm hand, yet is courteous.    
  9. Attends Open House and grade level meetings.                                   
  10. Keeps records, writes lessons on the board, corrects students’ work. 

 

 

Food Service Helper

  1.      Assists cooks in phases of food preparation involving lesser degrees of skill than those of Cook or Assistant Cook.

  2.      Assists in the preparation of salads and desserts.

  3.      Cleans, washes, and otherwise prepares vegetables and fruits for cooking.

  4.      Washes dishes, pots and pans by hand or machine.

  5.      Cleans kitchen or dining areas.

  6.      Cleans work areas and equipment such as counters, trays, tray carts, hot food tables, coffee urns, toasters, etc.

  7.      Handles food and equipment in accordance with sanitary practices.

  8.      Fills sugar bowls and salt and pepper shakers.

  9.      Attends inservice training sessions.

10.      May assemble items for bag lunches.

11.      May set tables and clear them after meals.

12.      May act as cashier.

13.          Does related work as required.         

Spanish Teacher - ProbationaryWCT10.4

The Wappingers Central School District is seeking candidates, who are well versed in ACTFL 5 C's and highly knowledgeable about best practices for teaching in the target language, to fill an anticipated teaching position for the 2021-22 school year with effective start date on or about October 5, 2021. This is a full-time, probationary tenure-track position.  

The WCSD offers competitive salaries, comprehensive benefits, professional development and mentor support.

Per WCT Contract
French Teacher - Anticipated Probationary

The Wappingers Central School District is seeking candidates, who are well versed in ACTFL 5 C's and highly knowledgeable about best practices for teaching in the target language, to fill an anticipated teaching position for the 2021-22 school year with effective start date on or about October 5, 2021. This is a full-time, probationary tenure-track position.  

The WCSD offers competitive salaries, comprehensive benefits, professional development and mentor support.

Per WCT Contract
Substitute TeacherSUB01

The Wappingers Central School District is seeking substitute teaching candidates in all subject areas. Long term assignments my become available throughout the school year.

Candidates for all substitute positions must receive WCSD Board approval as a WCSD substitute teacher prior to starting assignment date.  

Certified substitute teachers will be paid $105 per day. Uncertified substitute teachers will be paid $87.50 per day or the minimum wage equivalent. 

Elementary Special Education Teacher - Full Time Temp

The Wappingers Central School District is seeking candidates to fill a teaching position for the 2021-22 school year with effective start date on or about September 2021, through June 30, 2022. This is a full-time, temporary position.

The WCSD offers competitive salaries, comprehensive benefits, professional development and mentor support.

The Wappingers Central School District does not discriminate in offering employment opportunities on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, sex, sexual orientation, age, religion, military/veteran status, genetic predisposition, marital status, and domestic violence victim status or any other basis prohibited by New York State and/or Federal non-discrimination laws. 

Inquiries should be directed to the District Compliance Officer for Employees: 

Dr. Dwight Bonk, Superintendent of Schools
(845) 298-5000 extension 40145
Dwight.bonk@wcsdny.org 

Office Location / Mailing Address: 

Wappingers Central School District
25 Corporate Park Drive
PO Box 396
Hopewell Junction, NY 12533  

Inquiries may also be referred NYS Division for Human Rights: 

New York State Division of Human Rights 
One Fordham Plaza, 4th Floor, Bronx, NY 10458
Call: 1-888-392-3644. 
General inquiries may also be directed to info@dhr.ny.gov.