The Director of the Learning Enrichment Center (LEC) supports and advances the mission of All Saints Episcopal School by providing supervision and implementation of academic and learning support programs for a diverse group of students in our 3K- 12th grade college preparatory school. The Director works closely with parents, faculty and staff to meet the specific needs that relate to academic and learning success for our students.
An advanced degree or post-graduate work in a relevant field, with an emphasis on pedagogical strategies and instructional practices to work with children who exhibit learning differences and may require modified, augmented, or enriched activities. Certifications in language therapy, speech, and/or math specialization is a plus.
Thorough understanding of formal and informal assessment tools, as well as psycho-educational evaluations.
Excellent problem-solving and orgazational skills to facilitate complex scheduling to support students
Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to convey clear oral, as well as written messages
A mastery of differentiated instructional strategies across the curriculum, and ability to share practices with teachers
A high degree of discretion and confidentiality
Enthusiasm about working in an academic environment that serves students with a diverse range of learning styles
Knowledge and willingness to adapt to an existing program, as well as contribute ideas to enhance learning support programs
Minimum of 5 years teaching experience in a learning resource center or a classroom, preferably in an independent school environment.
Compensation is competitive with other area independent schools and adjusted based on candidate qualifications.
Persons interested in this leadership opportunity should send a letter of interest, resumé, educational philosophy, and a completed employee application (www.all-saints.org ) to Kathy Wood, Associate Head of School for Academic Affairs, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Located on a beautiful 150-acre campus in Tyler, Texas, All Saints is an independent day school of approximately 650 students in grades 3K-12. Founded by Christ Episcopal Church in 1976, the school is considered to be a leader among the college preparatory schools in East Texas, and the only one accredited by the Independent School Association of the Southwest and an NAIS member. In addition, the ...school is accredited by the Southwestern Association of Episcopal Schools and a member of the National Association of Episcopal Schools. All Saints faculty are dedicated to preparing students to become 21st century leaders, equipped with a mindset for problem-solving, adaptability, empathy, curiosity and collaboration - necessary skills to succeed in college and in life. Graduates matriculate to some of finest colleges and universities across the country ready to pursue their passions in life.
This is an exciting and transformative time in the life of the school, as the school has embarked on a campaign to achieve initiatives that will extend its outstanding reputation as a leader in education. Our new chapel welcomes all visitors to the campus and serves as an elegant symbol of our spiritual pillar. Summer 2017 projects include Maker Spaces, a Lower School Collaboratory, a Lower School Learning Farm, and a newly-designed Center For Innovation that will continue to distinguish All Saints as a school that designs programs and spaces to allow students to explore their passions in an exceptional learning environment. Plans for 2018 include Lower School classroom renovations, an Outdoor Learning Center, a Science Exploratorium, and STEM and Robotics Labs. These new spaces will continue the tradition of the very best facilities and educational experiences for our school community.
All Saints Episcopal School’s great strength is the tremendous passion the educators, students, parents, friends, and trustees have for the school. It is a wonderful school and community in which to work. Faculty and administrators have a great opportunity to have a significant impact on the future of the school and the lives of many students.