Director of Human Resources
HR Specialist/ Benefits Administrator
Salary Schedules and Pay Information
22 days ago
Salary Schedule for 2017-18 School Year
Support Staff Pay Information:
about 1 year ago
7 months ago
We are now hiring substitute teachers for the 2017-18 School Year.
Please fill out our online application, using the link below - upload your resume and letters of recommendation. https://platform.teachermatch.org/applyteacherjob.do?jobId=25043
Qualifications for Substitute Teachers:
1. Colorado Teaching License or Colorado 5 or 3 Year Substitute Authorization
2. Complete Substitute Application (via district website - Substitute Application)
Once a completed Substitute Application, and you have met the qualification (Teaching License or Substitute Authorization), you will be taken into consideration for a Substitute Position.
To obtain a Substitute Certificate, you will need to contact Colorado Department of Education : (303) 866-6600 or go online using this link to the CDE site.
Substitute Pay Rates:
- Daily Rate: $14.67 an hour
- Long Term Substitute Teacher Rate: $18.40 an hour (Must be "Highly Qualified" to fill a Long Term Sub Position)
- Permanent Building Substitute Rate: $14.67 an hour
use this link to email email@example.com
14 days ago
District Insurance Information: Plan Year Dates:
(September 1, 2017 - August 31, 2018)
PROOF OF INSURANCE - Cigna will be mailing out cards to new members.
Please reference Benefits Guide above for further information and contact details.
Administered by Cigna
Cigna One Guide
Employee benefits advocacy service.
- Easily understand the basics of health coverage
- Resolve health care issues
- Save time and money
- Get the most out of your plan
- Find the right hospitals, dentists and other health care providers in your plan's network
- Get cost estimates
- Understand your bills
- Navigate the health care system
- Get answers on any other questions you may have about the pan or provider networks available to you.
FLEX SPENDING ACCOUNT (FSA):
Please see Benefits Guide above.
Administered by Rocky Mountain Reserve
You can carry over $500 of unused healthcare FSA money into the new plan year (from the current plan year).
Administered by Cigna
EAP personal advocates will work with you and your household family members to help you resolve issues you may be facing, connect you with the right mental health professionals, direct you to a variety of helpful resources in your community and more.
The EAP staff is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, for counseling,
Or log in to CignaBehavioral.com - Have your employer ID handy: summitschooldistrict
DEDUCTIBLE REIMBURSEMENT/WELLNESS PROGRAM:
Cigna activities include the deductible reimbursement health screenings, incentive opportunities
Wellness Screening Form - for New Hires
Cigna provides access to two telehealth services as part of your medical plan - Amwell and MDLIVE.
This benefit enables employees and their dependents enrolled in the District Health Insurance access to physicians by phone or email without going to the doctors office, 24/7/365.
Use when you or your covered dependents have symptoms of: cold/flu; bronchitis; respiratory infections; allergies; headaches/migraines; urinary tract infections; sinus infections; stomach/diarrhea; prescription refills... and many other conditions.
Amwell and MDLIVE are only availble for medical visits. For covered services related to mental health and substance abuse, you have access to the Cigna Behavioral Health network of providers.
- Go to Cignabehavioral.com
Life and Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance
Life Insurance provides financial security for the people who depend on you. Your beneficiaries will receive a lump sum payment if you die while employed by SSD. The District provides basic life insurance of $20,000 at no cost regardless of whether or not you participate in the medical plans offered by SSD.
Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD& D) insurance provides payment to you or your beneficiaries if you lose a limb or die in an accident. SSD provides AD&D coverage of $20,000 at no cost to you. This coverage is in addition to your district-paid life insurance described above.
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Employee Password: co80443
If you (or your eligible dependents) were covered under the District insurance and have terminated employment or are no longer eligible for benefits.
7 months ago
Licensed Staff Professional Development
Support Staff Professional Development
Summit Foundation Forms
Please go to the Benefits page for Medallion Program Information
Worker's Compensation Forms can be obtained from your Supervisor
Volunteer/Student Teacher Forms:
Volunteers requirements include the following:
1. Fill out paperwork - click here for required paperwork Volunteer/Student Teacher Paperwork
3. Submit a check for $39.50 made payable to the Summit School District
New Hire Forms for Supervisors:
Benefits forms are found on the Human Resources Benefits page
about 1 year ago
Frequently Asked Questions
Can the 1-4 rubric include .5 (half points)?
After the June 11th Administrator Meeting it was decided that the use of half points would be allowable for reporting out. The following grade scale will be used district wide for reporting:
* 4.0 Advanced High
* 3.5 Advanced
* 3.0 Proficient High
* 2.5 Proficient
* 2.0 Partially Proficient High/Progressing
* 1.5 Partially Proficient
* 1.0 Unsatisfactory
* .5 Unsatisfactory
For the growth measures, a change of at least 1 proficiency level must be reached (ex. movement from Unsatisfactory to Partially Proficient). Proficiency levels have been noted by color above (red = Unsatisfactory, yellow=Partially Proficient, green=Proficient, blue=Advanced).
What if a student scores at the top of the rubric on the pre-assessment?
Students who score at the Advanced level (3.5 or 4.0) at the beginning of the year (baseline) will need to have a team meeting (to include the principal) in which measurable standards based goals are set for the student. The end of year meeting of these goals will equate to growth.
What about students who are being taught standards that are lower than grade-level standards?
Students who are on IEPs, NEPs or SRDs students for whom it is appropriate to modify the standards being taught, the “modified” process (enter into the gradebook an “M” for each standard noting that the standard is not the traditional grade-level standard being taught) will be used for Q0 as well as Q1-4. A grade according to the 4pt grade scale must also be entered into the gradebook. Example: gradebook for standard 1 might say “M3” noting a score of 3 on a modified standard. These modified standards being taught should be documented in students educational plans.
The explanation and communication to parents has been identified as one of the tasks that must happen at the beginning of the year. The means as to how it will be communicated has not yet been defined.
How will students' behavior be considered within the model?
This model is only a measure of student learning not behavior, therefore it will not be a factor that is considered. Rather this should be addressed within the procedures and processes of the school building.
Aren't schools with low achieving students penalized?
Although achievement is used as a calculation of the school performance framework (SPF), the majority of the points earned are from student growth measures. Additionally, the SPF is the measure that is used to provide the accreditation rating of each school therefore it is important that the school work together to improve the SPF as a collective effort. Additionally the use of the SPF meets the requirement that TCAP data must be used for areas that have this summative data.
How will this look for semester courses?
Growth will be measured from the beginning of the course to the end of a course. If the course is only a semester long a pre-assessment would be conducted at the beginning of the course (prior to instruction) and an end-of course status would be calculated based on the report card grades collected for the term of the course.
How much time will be given to administer the pre-assessment?
Elementary will complete the pre-assessments within two weeks. Secondary will complete the assessments prior to instruction occurring within the classroom.
How will my growth score be evaluated if I teach in two (or more) schools?
Your school performance framework and individual student growth scores would be proportioned based on the FTE allotment for each school.