Helpful if not having to continually reenter basic information.
Business Teacher (Current Employee) – Peabody, KS – April 3, 2016
I enjoy recruitment, coordinating resources, program implementation. I like to work 8-5 and not always bring work home. I am flexible but like to stick to 40 hours per week. I have coordinated diversity awareness programs, worked in community relations. Hard for me is when people are not honest, or reliable. I like meeting new people.
Schedule is nice
Long summers and expenses for continuing education.
proud to be a part of USD 428. I'll forever be a Great Bend Panther
Para Educator (Former Employee) – Great Bend, KS – February 9, 2016
I started at USD 428 as a para in the ED, specifically the BD room at Eisenhower School, in 8-2005. I absolutely loved working with these kiddos and in the summer got to work in the other classrooms of special needs children. I opted to leave the classroom for the para/bus driver position in the transportation department only because it was a full time position with overtime possibilities. I loved this job because I got to work with not only elementary kids but also preschoolers all the way to high schoolers. It was stressful as a driver knowing you were responsible for so many people. I liked my coworkers and mingling with the other teachers and paras in the school district.
MS/HS Language Arts Teacher (Current Employee) – Colony, KS – April 28, 2016
The students, staff, & faculty are terrific here; sadly, current administration is not. There is also good community support; unfortunately, the current school board does not heed the wishes of the community.
Health Aide (Current Employee) – Topeka, KS – December 7, 2015
Typical day at work is data entry and taking care of children. I have learned how to have a little more time management. I love my Director and I will miss working with her. Co-workers are like family, Hardest part of the job is when the kids graduate. Most enjoyable part is helping the families.
USD R.E.A.D. Instructor (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 11, 2016
Log in online, read passages and reports from teachers. Give feedback and resources and assign the grade. I enjoy interacting with teachers from all over the country and help them find their niche in technology integration.
Substitute Teacher (Current Employee) – Great Bend, KS – January 8, 2016
As a substitute there is never a day that is the same. The office staff you deal with is wonderful and other teachers are very helpful. I think the hardest part of the day is figuring out which daily schedule the entire school is on.
I love working with young children. Working for USD 305 gave me the opportunity to enrich children's lives.
Paraprofessional (Current Employee) – Salina, KS – October 21, 2015
Fun place to work with a supportive team of administrators. My love for children made my job feel like home. I thoroughly enjoy watching the children make progress; some more than others ~ but every step in the right direction is what we need for the child to succeed. My co-workers are like family. We work together to create the best learning environment for each student. The hardest part of my job is working with children that exhibit severe behavioral issues. We can't always make a difference in this area and it's frustrating. The most enjoyable part of my job is to watch the children "get it"! The light comes on and they get excited to work.
Para Educator-Special Ed (Former Employee) – Leavenworth, KS – November 4, 2015
Fun place to work, students are what makes the days fun. Staff is not fully focused on students success at times. I enjoyed the time with students of all abilities and disabilities and learned from all of them.
Head Lifeguard (Former Employee) – Dallas, GA – November 1, 2015
Working as a head lifeguard at a pool I had a multitude of responsibilities, but at the end of the day those responsibilities were definitely worth it. A typical day at work for me would open up the pool, then talk to the lifeguards and make sure they are prepared for the day. Once the day was started I had to maintain a safe workplace for all employees as well as keep a fun and safe pool and pool are for all patrons. Managers of the pool would of course help me maintain the pool but as a head lifeguard I was there continuously throughout the day as the mangers were not because their job entitles that they take care of the whole park instead of just the pool. My co-workers were mostly new to the job but after trial and error I made sure they were exceptional lifeguards and well fit to lifeguard our community.
Leadership skills, daily exercise, and great working experience.
Head Secretary (Former Employee) – Junction City, KS – September 15, 2015
School setting where I worked with students and adults. Was the front person to the building, providing customer service to all. The basic duties of a secretary with limitations from the principal. Loved talking with the students and parents and getting to know everyone working in the building. Covered all accounting issues, payroll, and enrollment.
Cook (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – November 1, 2015
my experience in working USD is something unique and I have learned many things and I learned to play this work with courage and a challenge for me because it is Otra branch of work to me, and I like to give my esfuerzo and umemployment
This was an awesome position to have, it was fulfilling and exciting to help the class instructor assist women in obtaining basic office support skills, and obtain their Microsoft Applications certifications.