Human Resources Director (Current Employee) – Columbia, SC – July 27, 2017
I have received outstanding work experience from Richland School District Two! The district is growing rapidly, and offers ample opportunity for advancement and engaging, challenging work experiences. Come join our team!
Providing security for all types of events, traffic, sporting events, district schools staff and children. Learned a lot about how the school system works. Management struggle on a daily basic. Getting along with co- workers was difficult. Hardest part of the job was dealing with different personalities Most enjoyable was dealing with the children.
Public education is a tough field; it's political and personal all in one. The hardest part about the job is feeling isolated and lack of healthy community in my particular school. The best part about the job is the student connections and sense of making a difference in little ways and victories in the lives of my students.
Para Professional Assistant (Current Employee) – Columbia, SC 29206 – April 25, 2017
Fun engaging and professional atmosphere.the class is a learning experience never a dull moment. team building and faculty staff meeting are a plus. The students are sometime a hand full but you continue to lift them up and give positive feedback along with encouragement.
This job requires a person to have five arms and five legs. Be a multi task individual. One must be very flexible and always willing to expect interruptions. One learns that you'll always be challenged. Take everything with a grain of salt. Be willing to accept constructive criticism. Be assertive most of the time and always be one step ahead of everyone else. Always maintain rapport with co-workers because it makes everyone able to get along and communicate effectively. The hardest part of the job was trying to keep all activity drivers aware of their schedules. The most enjoyable part of the job was going to visit some of the schools and always meeting people.
Bus Monitor (Former Employee) – Columbia, SC – December 12, 2016
A typical day as a Richland Two bus monitor was to get on the bus and watch and assist the special needs children on their way to school. I have learned a lot about children wit disabilities and how to assist them. The hardest part about the job, was to try not to go to sleep. The most enjoyable part of the job was interacting with the children
Typical workday is professional, busy, and student-oriented I have learned that true professional learning communities do exist Management is excellent Co-workers are helpful There is nothing difficult about working for Richland Two Being there is the most enjoyable part of the job
Work in the classroom with students when the teacher is out, they leave lesson plains. I enjoy the class, great students.Sometime it could be hard to find a job because we had some many people who are retired and like to work with the students,
School Bus Driver (Former Employee) – Columbia, SC – July 10, 2016
early arrive at the crack of dawn and transporting children in the dark to school and from school, the joy you get when a child thanks you for getting them home safe and the ones that you thank them for doing what they were supposed to do while on the bus.
pearks and flexibility of not missing your children grow up
As a teacher, I have learned to be prepared to adjust lessons based on the assessments of my students and also be able to adjust on the spot according to the students' understanding of the material. I routinely communicate with parents regarding their child's progress. team work is also very important. I work collaboratively with my colleague to ensure that students are getting the same material for the lessons. Being a teacher is rewarding when a light bulb goes off (so to speak). Seeing the interest that they have in my lessons and learning while having a little fun. In dealing with parents and clients (when working for SRC), I have learned to remain calm at all times. Just because they are yelling, it doesn't mean it is personal. Many times they are only venting out of frustration. Once they get done, they usually calm down themselves and the conversation becomes more rational and they are very grateful for that.
Outstanding Support from the Adminstirative Team at Richland Northeast High
Special Education Teacher (Current Employee) – Columbia, SC – March 28, 2015
Returning to the classroom this year was a smooth transition due to the support of the school administrative team. It also made me aware that I know that I can do more as an administrator than a classroom teacher.
Managing 51 bus drivers on a day to day operation of picking up and dropping off students to varies school. That you cannot make all parents happy. Management do not supply all the necessary equipment to do the job at hand. We work as a team to try and make the morale of our employees stay at its highest. To satisfy the parents of the students and to keep the turn over rate down. Getting to know the employees better and spend time with them.