The Kennedy Day School is a special education day program for students ages 3 through 21, with significant needs, including multiple cognitive and physical disabilities, communication disorders and health impairments. The School offers a highly collaborative, interdisciplinary team approach with adapted physical education, assistive technology, audiology, augmentative communication, family resources, feeding team, music therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, psychology, reading services, recreation, speech & language therapy, vision services and vocational services.
Special Educators coordinate the development and implementation of each student’s Individualized Education Program (IEP) plan, working w ith families and other team members to identify goals, strategies and methodologies for positive and meaningful learning outcomes. Emphasis is placed on effective communication and relevant documentation, consistent with evidence-based practice. Responsibilities include active participation in all student learning and care activities, both on campus and in the community.
Advanced degree in Special Education and Massachusetts licensure as a Teacher of Students with Severe (Intensive) and/or Moderate Disabilities.
Full-time Teaching Assistant positions are available for individuals working toward licensure.
To take the first step in becoming a part of an educational community that truly cares about students and the joy of learning together, please send a resume and letter, detailing your professional experience and interests.
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