Bartlesville Public SchoolsATLAS Elementary Teacher (Academic Therapeutic Learning Alternative Setting)

Bartlesville Public Schools

ATLAS Elementary Teacher (Academic Therapeutic Learning Alternative Setting) (2983)

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TitleATLAS Elementary Teacher (Academic Therapeutic Learning Alternative Setting)
Posting ID2983


ATLAS Elementary Teacher  

ATLAS is the acronym for Academic Therapeutic Learning Alternative Setting 

Location to be determined


Current Valid Oklahoma Teaching Certificate

Certified in Early Childhood or Elementary Education



Reports to:  Principal, Executive Director of Elementary Education


Supervisory responsibilities:    Classroom students, teacher assistant and volunteers


Job Summary:  Plan and provide multi-grade level classroom instruction in an alternative classroom setting                designed to promote academic and behavioral success. 


Contract Length:  191 days. ATLAS teachers will work an additional 10 days beyond the regular teacher contract.


Essential Duties:

  • Teach Oklahoma Academic Standards for grade level curriculum
  • Collaborate with the other ATLAS team members (GLMH Therapist and Behavior Health Coach and teacher assistant) to establish goals, objectives and plan lessons and activities that ensure student success.
  • Work with the ATLAS team to develop and implement individualized Student Learning Plans.
  • Adapt and modify instruction based on students emotional, behavioral, academic and social needs.
  • Develop differentiated lessons appropriate for ATLAS students; small group, one-on-one, whole group, etc…
  • Participate in student placement and transition conferences.
  • Maintain an orderly and safe classroom environment.
  • Implementing guidelines that promote student safety while providing a nurturing, supportive, and positive classroom environment that encourages student responsibility.
  • Communicate with the school principal about student progress.
  • Maintain accurate student records.
  • Communicate regularly with parents/guardians about student
  • Provide parents with training, support, and encouragement.
  • Partner with school counseling services and GLMH providers in order to positively affect student success.
  • Attend required staff and district meetings.
  • Participate in school-wide events.
  • Complete and participate in required building and district professional development activities.
  • Attend special training as requested.
  • Other duties as assigned.
Shift TypeFull-Time
Salary RangePer Year
LocationDistrict Wide

Applications Accepted

Start Date01/23/2019

Job Contact

NameDianne MartinezTitleExecutive Director
EmailMartinezDK@bps-ok.orgPhone918-333-8600 X3531