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					     LETCHER COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT



The mission of the Letcher County School District, in collaboration
 with students, family, and community, is to ensure all
students consistently achieve individual success.




                    EXTRA SERVICE DUTIES
                      JOB DESCRIPTIONS




                              Adopted: JULY 2007
                            Revised: OCTOBER 2008




                                            Letcher County Public Schools
                                            224 Parks Street
                                            Whitesburg, Kentucky 41858
                                            Phone: (606) 633-4455
                                            Fax: (606) 633-4724
                                            Ms. Anna C. Craft, Superintendent
                       LETCHER COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                    EXTRA SERVICE DUTIES JOB DESCRIPTIONS
                             MANUAL LOCATIONS


 1.   Superintendent                             Ms. Anna C. Craft
 2.   School Board Member                        Mr. William Smith
 3.   School Board Member                        Mr. Terry Cornett
 4.   School Board Member                        Mr. Mike Harris
 5.   School Board Member                        Mr. John Spicer, Sr.
 6.   School Board Member                        Dr. Sam Quillen, Jr.
 7.   Assistant Superintendent                   VACANT
 8.   Assistant Superintendent                   VACANT
 8.   Director of Operations                     Ms. Twyla Messer
 9.   Director of Curr. And Instruction          Mr. Kelly Hall
10.   Director of Federal Programs               Ms. Yvette McGuire
11.   Finance Officer                            Mr. Roger Martin
12.   Payroll-Classified                         Ms. Shirley McLean
13.   Payroll-Certified                          Ms. Linda Setzer
14.   DPP & Personnel Director                   Kenneth Cornett
15.   Principals                                 All Principals


      THE LETCHER COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS' JOB DESCRIPTIONS ARE
             ALSO LOCATED ON THE DISTRICT WEB SITE:
                            www.letcher.kyschools.us
                       LETCHER COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                    EXTRA SERVICE DUTIES JOB DESCRIPTIONS
                             TABLE OF CONTENTS

Mission/Strategies/Beliefs
Extra Service Duties

Academic Coach
Assistant Academic Coach
District Academic Coordinator
Band Director
Band Director - Assistant
Head Coach - High School
Head Coach - Elementary
Assistant Coach
Departmental Chairperson
District Reading Coach
ESS Teacher (Beyond School Day)
Physical Education Program Fitness Club Leader
Gifted and Talented Coordinator
Gifted and Talented Teacher
Secretary to the Board of Education
School Technology Leadership Program Coordinator
School Technology Coordinator




  Extra Service duties are to be appointed on an annual basis.

  In addition to these duties, coaches and sponsors have the responsibility to seek out and secure
  all available scholarships and financial aid for students where applicable.
                           LETCHER COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS


MISSION STATEMENT
       The mission of the Letcher County School District, in collaboration
        with students, family, and community, is to ensure all
       students consistently achieve individual success.


       BELIEFS
       We believe…
       1.  High expectations yield high results;
       2.  All people can learn and do so in a variety of ways and environments;
       3.  Relevance, ability, motivation and positive reinforcement impact learning
           and success;
       4. All people have dignity and worth while having individual ideas, values, opinions,
           and abilities;
       5. Working collaboratively, people make the difference in lives;
       6. People can develop the skills needed for healthy decision-making;
       7. Learning is enhanced by technology;
       8. Learning is influenced by health and wellness;
       9. People are more successful when they actively participate;
       10. Individual success is achievable.

       OBJECTIVES
        Students consistently achieve success.


       STRATEGIES
          WE WILL:
       1. …..Improve student, parent, staff and community involvement and effective
          communication.
       2. …..Develop appreciation for the common core of human values and respect.
       3. …..Create and maintain a safe, clean, welcoming environment conducive to learning.
       4. …..Assertively pursue and adopt new and appropriate methods of bringing about
          student success.
       5. …..Define and implement personal accountability among all stakeholders.
       6. …..Provide services to help all stakeholders support students’ success.
       7. …..Acquire resources to support our Objective.
       8. …..Continuously assess and improve instructional practices.


       PARAMETERS
       1. Nothing will take precedent over what is best for the student.
       2. Results are acceptable, excuses are not.
       3. Blaming will not be tolerated.



                                       An Equal Opportunity Employer
                               LETCHER COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                             EXTRA SERVICE DUTIES JOB DESCRIPTION


TITLE:        ACADEMIC COACH - ELEMENTARY AND HIGH

PRIMARY SUPERVISOR: PRINCIPAL/DISTRICT COORDINATOR

APPOINTMENT: Academic Coaches shall be appointed annually, upon the recommendation of the
             Principal to the Superintendent.

QUALIFICATIONS:
   1. Associate's degree or higher with a Bachelor's degree preferred. Kentucky certification
      for the assigned position is desired.
   2. Shall demonstrate the ability to work effectively with students, peers and adults.
   3. Shall demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively with students, parents and faculty.

PHYSICAL QUALIFICATIONS:
      Shall have the ability to sit, lift, stoop, push, pull, any and all body movements as relates to the
      job description.

JOB GOAL:
      To promote involvement, teach individual skills, team skills and organize students for
      academic competitions such as Governor's Cup.

GENERAL DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
 1. Shall determine appropriate action within clearly defined guidelines.
 2. Shall present a positive image of the school to parents, and convey to them the school's genuine
    concern with the education, growth and development of each student.
 3. Shall seek to establish friendly and cooperative partnerships between home and school.
 4. Shall work to develop a positive public relationship between the school district and the community.
 5. Shall carry out assignments in a timely manner without undue checking.
 6. Shall react positively to directives.
 7. Shall have a willingness to cooperate with the superintendent, district administrators, principals and staff.
 8. Shall maintain the confidentiality, both verbally and in written form, of each student's educational record.
 9. Shall strive to maintain and improve professional competence.
10. Shall take necessary precautions to protect students, equipment, materials and facilities.
11. Shall understand, model and implement the board policy code of ethics to all students and fellow
    colleagues.
12. Shall adhere to School Board of Education Policies and Procedures.

SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Shall conduct after school practices for all subject areas.
2. Shall fill out all entry forms necessary for academic team competitions.
3. Shall attend start-up meetings to meet other coaches and decide on regular academic competitions for
   the season.
4. Shall attend the meeting for District Governor's Cup for the purpose of setting up all details for the
   competition.
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                                      An Equal Opportunity Employer
(CONTINUED)
TITLE:   ACADEMIC COACH - ELEMENTARY AND HIGH


SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: (Continued)
 5. Shall attend all academic competitions and be responsible for the supervision of the student participants.
 6. Shall attend the meeting for Regional Governor's Cup for the purpose of setting up all details for the
    competition.
 7. Shall be responsible for all students' tests during academic competitions.
 8. Shall be responsible for entering academic teams' status online by required dates.
10. Shall be responsible for requesting buses for each academic competition.
11. Shall promote and directly work toward academic achievement during the high school career and serve as
    a liaison for post-secondary scholarships and other financial incentives.
12. Shall perform other duties related to the position as assigned by the Principal.



SALARY:       Commensurate with the school district's Extra Service Salary Schedule.

                                                                                           adopted:   7/23/2007




                                                                                                      page 2 of 2




                                     An Equal Opportunity Employer
                               LETCHER COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                             EXTRA SERVICE DUTIES JOB DESCRIPTION


TITLE:                 ASSISTANT ACADEMIC COACH

PRIMARY SUPERVISOR:                ACADEMIC COACH/PRINCIPAL

APPOINTMENT: Academic Coaches shall be appointed annually, upon the recommendation of the
             Principal to the Superintendent.

QUALIFICATIONS:
   1. Associate's degree or higher with a Bachelor's degree preferred. Kentucky certification
      for the assigned position is desired.
   2. Shall demonstrate the ability to work effectively with students, peers and adults.
   3. Shall demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively with students, parents and faculty.

PHYSICAL QUALIFICATIONS:
      Shall have the ability to sit, lift, stoop, push, pull, any and all body movements as relates to the
      job description.

JOB GOAL:
      To assist the Academic Coach in promoting involvement, teach individual skills, team skills
      and organize students foracademic competitions such as Governor's Cup.

GENERAL DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
 1. Shall determine appropriate action within clearly defined guidelines.
 2. Shall present a positive image of the school to parents, and convey to them the school's genuine
    concern with the education, growth and development of each student.
 3. Shall seek to establish friendly and cooperative partnerships between home and school.
 4. Shall work to develop a positive public relationship between the school district and the community.
 5. Shall carry out assignments in a timely manner without undue checking.
 6. Shall react positively to directives.
 7. Shall have a willingness to cooperate with the superintendent, district administrators, principals and staff.
 8. Shall maintain the confidentiality, both verbally and in written form, of each student's educational record.
 9. Shall strive to maintain and improve professional competence.
10. Shall take necessary precautions to protect students, equipment, materials and facilities.
11. Shall understand, model and implement the board policy code of ethics to all students and fellow
    colleagues.
12. Shall adhere to School Board of Education Policies and Procedures.

SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Shall assist the academic coach with after school practices for all subject areas.
2. Shall assist in filling out all entry forms necessary for academic team competitions.
3. Shall attend start-up meetings to meet other coaches and decide on regular academic competitions for
   the season.
4. Shall attend the meeting for District Governor's Cup for the purpose of setting up all details for the
   competition.
                                             An Equal Opportunity Employer
                                                                                                  page 1 of 2

(CONTINUED)
TITLE:               ASSISTANT ACADEMIC COACH


SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: (Continued)
 5. Shall attend all academic competitions and assist in the responsibility for the supervision
     of the student participants.
 6. Shall attend the meeting for Regional Governor's Cup for the purpose of setting up all details for the
    competition.
 7. Shall asssist in the responsiblity for all students' tests during academic competitions.
 8. Shall assist in the responsibility for entering academic teams' status online by required dates.
10. Shall assist in the responsibility for requesting buses for each academic competition.
11. Shall promote and directly work toward academic achievement during the high school career and serve as
    a liaison for post-secondary scholarships and other financial incentives.
12. Shall perform other duties related to the position as assigned by the Principal.



SALARY:      Commensurate with the school district's Extra Service Salary Schedule.

                                                                                       adopted:   7/23/2007




                                                                                                  page 2 of 2




                                          An Equal Opportunity Employer
                              LETCHER COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                            EXTRA SERVICE DUTIES JOB DESCRIPTION


TITLE:             DISTRICT ACADEMIC COORDINATOR

PRIMARY SUPERVISOR: DIRECTOR OF CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION

APPOINTMENT:District Academic Coordinator shall be appointed annually, upon the recommendation of
            the Director of Curriculum and Instruction to the Superintendent.

QUALIFICATIONS:
   1. Shall hold a bachelor's degree or higher and the required Kentucky certificate for the assigned
      position.
   2. Shall demonstrate the ability to work effectively with students, peers and adults.
   3. Shall demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively with students, parents and faculty.

PHYSICAL QUALIFICATIONS:
      Shall have the ability to sit, lift, stoop, push, pull, any and all body movements as relates to the
      job description.

JOB GOAL:
      To promote involvement, teach individual skills, team skills and organize students for
      academic competitions such as Governor's Cup.

GENERAL DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Shall determine appropriate action within clearly defined guidelines.
2. Shall present a positive image of the school to parents, and convey to them the school's genuine
    concern with the education, growth and development of each student.
3. Shall seek to establish friendly and cooperative partnerships between home and school.
4. Shall work to develop a positive public relationship between the school district and the community.
5. Shall carry out assignments in a timely manner without undue checking.
6. Shall react positively to directives.
7. Shall have a willingness to cooperate with the superintendent, district administrators, principals and staff.
8. Shall maintain the confidentiality, both verbally and in written form, of each student's educational record.
9. Shall strive to maintain and improve professional competence.
10. Shall take necessary precautions to protect students, equipment, materials and facilities.
11. Shall understand, model and implement the board policy code of ethics to all students and fellow
    colleagues.
12. Shall adhere to School Board of Education Policies and Procedures.

SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Shall recruit team members at the beginning of each school year.
2. Shall visit each school and become familiar with academic team coaches/members.
3. Shall recruit coaches for each area of competition.
4. Shall assign duties to area coaches.
6. Shall attend all planning meetings for area competitions.
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                                      An Equal Opportunity Employer
(CONTINUED)
TITLE:      DISTRICT ACADEMIC COORDINATOR


SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: (Continued)
7. Shall disperse all competition meeting information to coaches.
8. Shall recruit academic team members to be certified as competition officials.
9. Shall coordinate academic programs with all schools.
10. Shall alert academic team members of the need for officials for school matches.
11. Shall call meetings for all area coaches as needed.
12. Shall inform the principal of all academic events - away or home.
13. Shall recruit parents to help with away or home events.
15. Shall review all materials needed for competition.
16. Shall chaperone team members at academic events.
17. Shall coordinate all academic competitions for the school (i.e.. Governor's Cup, Science Olympiad, etc.)
18. Shall obtain permissions slips and medical information from all team members.
19. Shall promote and directly work toward academic achievement during the high school career and serve as
    a liaison for post-secondary scholarships and other financial incentives.
20. Shall perform other duties related to the position as assigned by the Principal.



SALARY:      Commensurate with the school district's Extra Service Salary Schedule.

                                                                                         adopted:   7/23/2007




                                                                                                    page 2 of 2




                                    An Equal Opportunity Employer
                               LETCHER COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                             EXTRA SERVICE DUTIES JOB DESCRIPTION


TITLE:                           BAND DIRECTOR

PRIMARY SUPERVISOR:                             PRINCIPAL

APPOINTMENT:Band Directors shall be appointed annually, upon the recommendation of the Principal
            to the Superintendent.

QUALIFICATIONS:
   1. Shall hold a bachelor's degree or higher and the required Kentucky certificate for the assigned
      position.
   2. Shall demonstrate the ability to work effectively with students, staff and parents.
   3. Shall demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively with students, parents and faculty.

PHYSICAL QUALIFICATIONS:
      Shall have the ability to sit, lift, stoop, push, pull, any and all body movements as relates to the
      job description.

JOB GOAL:
      To carry out objectives of the Instrumental Band Activity Program while developing the abilities
      and skills of student participants.


GENERAL DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
 1. Shall determine appropriate action within clearly defined guidelines.
 2. Shall present a positive image of the school to parents, and convey to them the school's genuine
    concern with the education, growth and development of each student.
 3. Shall seek to establish friendly and cooperative partnerships between home and school.
 4. Shall work to develop a positive public relationship between the school district and the community.
 5. Shall carry out assignments in a timely manner without undue checking.
 6. Shall react positively to directives.
 7. Shall have a willingness to cooperate with the superintendent, district administrators, principals and staff.
 8. Shall maintain the confidentiality, both verbally and in written form, of each student's educational record.
 9. Shall strive to maintain and improve professional competence.
10. Shall take necessary precautions to protect students, equipment, materials and facilities.
11. Shall understand, model and implement the board policy code of ethics to all students and fellow
    colleagues.
12. Shall adhere to School Board of Education Policies and Procedures.

SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Shall supervise the Instrumental Band Activity Program.
2. Shall supervise all performances and practice sessions.
3. Shall prepare students for performances and approved regional and state events.
4. Shall coordinate clinics and regional events that are held at assigned building.
5. Shall keep an accurate and up-to-date inventory.
                                                                                                         page 1 of 2


                                       An Equal Opportunity Employer
(CONTINUED)
TITLE:                         BAND DIRECTOR


SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: (Continued)
 6. Shall assume responsibility for the care of equipment and facilities used for the program.
 7. Shall inform students of awards criteria at the beginning of the year and recommend students for awards
    based on a fair interpretation of that criteria.
 8. Shall recommend facility maintenance or improvements.
 9. Shall recommend budget items for the activity portion of the Instrumental Band Program to be included
    in the building instrumental band budget.
10. Shall communicate regularly with supervision regarding the progress and development of the
    Instrumental Band Activity Program.
11. Shall prepare a detailed annual report highlighting the activity accomplishment, participation levels and
    recommendations for improvement of the activity.
12. Shall perform other duties or tasks related to the Instrumental Band Activity Program including, but not
    limited to, pep bands, marching bands, or seasonal bands that are not included in the curriculum.
13. Shall assist in supervising students on out-of-town activities which may involve staying overnight.
14. Shall promote and directly work toward academic achievement during the high school career and serve as
    a liaison for post-secondary scholarships and other financial incentives.
15. Shall perform other duties related to the position as assigned by the Supervisor.



SALARY:       Commensurate with the school district's Extra Service Salary Schedule.

                                                                                            adopted:   7/23/2007




                                                                                                       page 2 of 2




                                     An Equal Opportunity Employer
                               LETCHER COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                             EXTRA SERVICE DUTIES JOB DESCRIPTION


TITLE:                  ASSISTANT BAND DIRECTOR

PRIMARY SUPERVISOR:                 BAND DIRECTOR/PRINCIPAL

APPOINTMENT: Assistant Band Directors shall be appointed annually, upon the recommendation
             of the Band Director and Principal to the Superintendent.

QUALIFICATIONS:
   1. Shall demonstrate the ability to work effectively with students, peers and adults.
   2. Shall demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively with students, parents and faculty.
   3. Shall have a developed sense of musical background on different instruments from training.
   4. Shall hold all certificates required by Kentucky law.

PHYSICAL QUALIFICATIONS:
      Shall have the ability to sit, lift, stoop, push, pull, any and all body movements as relates to the
      job description.

JOB GOAL:
      To instruct all participating students in the fundamental skills and knowledge of marching and/or
      pep band; to provide an atmosphere for successful individual development through monitoring
      with evaluation and reinforcement.

GENERAL DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
 1. Shall determine appropriate action within clearly defined guidelines.
 2. Shall present a positive image of the school to parents, and convey to them the school's genuine
    concern with the education, growth and development of each student.
 3. Shall seek to establish friendly and cooperative partnerships between home and school.
 4. Shall work to develop a positive public relationship between the school district and the community.
 5. Shall carry out assignments in a timely manner without undue checking.
 6. Shall react positively to directives.
 7. Shall have a willingness to cooperate with the superintendent, district administrators, principals and staff.
 8. Shall maintain the confidentiality, both verbally and in written form, of each student's educational record.
 9. Shall strive to maintain and improve professional competence.
10. Shall take necessary precautions to protect students, equipment, materials and facilities.
11. Shall understand, model and implement the board policy code of ethics to all students and fellow
    colleagues.
12. Shall adhere to School Board of Education Policies and Procedures.

SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Shall help supervise all practices and performances.
2. Shall assist Band Director in reaching yearly goals of band.
3. Shall assist the organization of daily practice.
4. Shall assist in making arrangements for approved travel and supervise students on trips.
5. Shall assist with inventory and repair of instruments.
                                                                                                        page 1 of 2


                                      An Equal Opportunity Employer
(CONTINUED)
TITLE:                 ASSISTANT BAND DIRECTOR


SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: (Continued)
 6. Shall assume responsibility for equipment used in the band program with the Director.
 7. Shall assist in student recognition and awards.
 8. Shall have a thorough understanding of the rules and regulations of the Band Program.
 9. Shall enforce the rules and regulations set in the official Student Handbook.
10. Shall promote and directly work toward academic achievement during the high school career and serve as
    a liaison for post-secondary scholarships and other financial incentives.
11. Shall perform other duties related to the position as assigned by the Supervisor.



SALARY:      Commensurate with the school district's Extra Service Salary Schedule.

                                                                                       adopted:   7/23/2007




                                                                                                  page 2 of 2




                                    An Equal Opportunity Employer
                               LETCHER COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                             EXTRA SERVICE DUTIES JOB DESCRIPTION


TITLE:                    HEAD COACH HIGH SCHOOL

PRIMARY SUPERVISOR:                            PRINCIPAL/ATHLETIC DIRECTOR

APPOINTMENT: Head Coaches shall be appointed annually upon the recommendation of the Principal
             to the Superintendent.

QUALIFICATIONS:
   1. Shall hold all certifications required by Kentucky Department of Education.
   2. Shall demonstrate the ability to work effectively with students, peers and adults.
   3. Shall demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively with students, parents and faculty.

PHYSICAL QUALIFICATIONS:
      Shall have the ability to sit, lift, stoop, push, pull, any and all body movements as relates to the
      job description.

JOB GOAL:
      To instruct all students in the fundamental skills and knowledge of the sport or activity. To provide
      an atmosphere for successful individual development through monitoring, evaluating and reinforcing.

GENERAL DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
 1. Shall determine appropriate action within clearly defined guidelines.
 2. Shall present a positive image of the school to parents, and convey to them the school's genuine
    concern with the education, growth and development of each student.
 3. Shall seek to establish friendly and cooperative partnerships between home and school.
 4. Shall work to develop a positive public relationship between the school district and the community.
 5. Shall carry out assignments in a timely manner without undue checking.
 6. Shall react positively to directives.
 7. Shall have a willingness to cooperate with the superintendent, district administrators, principals and staff.
 8. Shall maintain the confidentiality, both verbally and in written form, of each student's educational record.
 9. Shall strive to maintain and improve professional competence.
10. Shall take necessary precautions to protect students, equipment, materials and facilities.
11. Shall understand, model and implement the board policy code of ethics to all students and fellow
    colleagues.
12. Shall adhere to School Board of Education Policies and Procedures.

SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Shall develop drill and practice activities that teach and enhance individual/team skill development that
   makes up the game.
2. Shall develop and maintain an inventory list of equipment.
3. Shall prepare and implement a schedule of checking out, maintaining and checking in equipment.
4. Shall plan and enforce appropriate safety and health rules and regulations.
5. Shall develop a supervision plan that ensures the safety and welfare of students at all times: locker room,
   trips, practices, etc.
                                                                                                        page 1 of 2


                                      An Equal Opportunity Employer
(CONTINUED)
TITLE:                  HEAD COACH - HIGH SCHOOL


SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: (Continued)
 6. Shall present a professional appearance.
 7. Shall be an effective public relations/communicator with all audiences: players, parents, supervisors,
    peers and spectators. Shall exercise self control at all times with the use of proper language and actions.
 8. Shall model/demonstrate activities and equipment used to develop basic skills or physical condition.
 9. Shall observe, diagnose and prescribe appropriate remediation activities during practice and game
    conditions for players and team.
10. Shall know and apply the developmental stages of each point of the game to the needs and ability levels
    of the team/players.
11. Shall assimilate innovations and adapt to changes when applicable.
12. Shall be responsible for supervising students on out-of-town activities, which may involve staying
    overnight.
13. Shall instruct assistants in techniques necessary to meet the objectives of the sport or activity.
14. Shall analyze and evaluate sports effectiveness.
15. Shall be responsible for providing training rules and expectations and seeing that rules are taught to each
    participant.
16. Shall assist in the scheduling of the sport or activity.
17. Shall be responsible for documenting the KHSAA and district's requirements for physical examinations,
    parental consent and eligibility.
18. Shall be involved in the hiring of assistant coaches directly under your supervision.
19. Shall develop and follow a budget in line with the district's guidelines and expectations.
20. Shall have final authority in the selection of team members.
21. Shall manage through appropriate selection, assigning duties and responsibilities and monitoring of
    assistant coaches under your supervision.
22. Shall conduct one or more training sessions with elementary/middle school coaching staff to provide
    assistance in developing a district wide cohesive sports program.
23. Shall promote and directly work toward academic achievement during the high school career and serve as
    a liaison for post-secondary scholarships and other financial incentives.
24. Shall perform other duties related to the position as assigned by the Supervisor.



SALARY:       Commensurate with the school district's Extra Service Salary Schedule.

                                                                                            adopted:   7/23/2007




                                                                                                       page 2 of 2




                                     An Equal Opportunity Employer
                               LETCHER COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                             EXTRA SERVICE DUTIES JOB DESCRIPTION


TITLE:                   HEAD COACH - ELEMENTARY

PRIMARY SUPERVISOR:                                         PRINCIPAL

APPOINTMENT: Head Coaches shall be appointed annually upon the recommendation of the Principal
             to the Superintendent.

QUALIFICATIONS:
   1. Shall hold all certifications required by Kentucky Department of Education.
   2. Shall demonstrate the ability to work effectively with students, peers and adults.
   3. Shall demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively with students, parents and faculty.

PHYSICAL QUALIFICATIONS:
      Shall have the ability to sit, lift, stoop, push, pull, any and all body movements as relates to the
      job description.

JOB GOAL:
      To instruct all students in the fundamental skills and knowledge of the sport or activity. To provide
      an atmosphere for successful individual development through monitoring, evaluating and reinforcing.

GENERAL DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
 1. Shall determine appropriate action within clearly defined guidelines.
 2. Shall present a positive image of the school to parents, and convey to them the school's genuine
    concern with the education, growth and development of each student.
 3. Shall seek to establish friendly and cooperative partnerships between home and school.
 4. Shall work to develop a positive public relationship between the school district and the community.
 5. Shall carry out assignments in a timely manner without undue checking.
 6. Shall react positively to directives.
 7. Shall have a willingness to cooperate with the superintendent, district administrators, principals and staff.
 8. Shall maintain the confidentiality, both verbally and in written form, of each student's educational record.
 9. Shall strive to maintain and improve professional competence.
10. Shall take necessary precautions to protect students, equipment, materials and facilities.
11. Shall understand, model and implement the board policy code of ethics to all students and fellow
    colleagues.
12. Shall adhere to School Board of Education Policies and Procedures.

SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Shall develop drill and practice activities that teach and enhance individual/team skill development that
   makes up the game.
2. Shall develop and maintain an inventory list of equipment.
3. Shall prepare and implement a schedule of checking out, maintaining and checking in equipment.
4. Shall plan and enforce appropriate safety and health rules and regulations.
5. Shall develop a supervision plan that ensures the safety and welfare of students at all times: locker room,
   trips, practices, etc.
                                                                                                        page 1 of 2
(CONTINUED)                                  An Equal Opportunity Employer
TITLE:                   HEAD COACH-ELEMENTARY


SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: (Continued)
 6. Shall present a professional appearance.
 7. Shall be an effective public relations/communicator with all audiences: players, parents, supervisors,
    peers and spectators. Shall exercise self control at all times with the use of proper language and actions.
 8. Shall model/demonstrate activities and equipment used to develop basic skills or physical condition.
 9. Shall observe, diagnose and prescribe appropriate remediation activities during practice and game
    conditions for players and team.
10. Shall know and apply the developmental stages of each point of the game to the needs and ability levels
    of the team/players.
11. Shall assimilate innovations and adapt to changes when applicable.
12. Shall be responsible for supervising students on out-of-town activities, which may involve staying
    overnight.
13. Shall instruct assistants in techniques necessary to meet the objectives of the sport or activity.
14. Shall analyze and evaluate sports effectiveness.
15. Shall be responsible for providing training rules and expectations and seeing that rules are taught to each
    participant.
16. Shall assist in the scheduling of the sport or activity.
17. Shall be responsible for documenting the LCEAA and district's requirements for physical examinations,
    parental consent and eligibility.
18. Shall be involved in the appointment of assistant coaches directly under your supervision.
19. Shall develop and follow a budget in line with the district's guidelines and expectations.
20. Shall have final authority in the selection of team members.
21. Shall manage through appropriate selection, assigning duties and responsibilities and monitoring of
    assistant coaches under your supervision.
22. Shall attend one or more training sessions with high school coaching staff to promote
    a district wide cohesive sports program.
23. Shall perform other duties related to the position as assigned by the Supervisor.



SALARY:       Commensurate with the school district's Extra Service Salary Schedule.

                                                                                             adopted:   7/23/2007




                                                                                                        page 2 of 2




                                             An Equal Opportunity Employer
                               LETCHER COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                             EXTRA SERVICE DUTIES JOB DESCRIPTION


TITLE:                         ASSISTANT COACH

PRIMARY SUPERVISOR:                                HEAD COACH / PRINCIPAL

APPOINTMENT: Assistant Coaches shall be appointed annually upon the recommendation of the Head
             Coach and Principal to the Superintendent.

QUALIFICATIONS:
   1. Shall hold all certifications required bythe Kentucky High School Athletic Association.
   2. Shall demonstrate the ability to work effectively with students, peers and adults.
   3. Shall demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively with students, parents and faculty.
   4. Shall possess CPR and First Aide Certifications.

PHYSICAL QUALIFICATIONS:
      Shall have the ability to sit, lift, stoop, push, pull, any and all body movements as relates to the
      job description.

JOB GOAL:
      To instruct all students in the fundamental skills and knowledge of the sport or activity. To provide
      an atmosphere for successful individual development through monitoring, evaluating and reinforcing.

GENERAL DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
 1. Shall determine appropriate action within clearly defined guidelines.
 2. Shall present a positive image of the school to parents, and convey to them the school's genuine
    concern with the education, growth and development of each student.
 3. Shall seek to establish friendly and cooperative partnerships between home and school.
 4. Shall work to develop a positive public relationship between the school district and the community.
 5. Shall carry out assignments in a timely manner without undue checking.
 6. Shall react positively to directives.
 7. Shall have a willingness to cooperate with the superintendent, district administrators, principals and staff.
 8. Shall maintain the confidentiality, both verbally and in written form, of each student's educational record.
 9. Shall strive to maintain and improve professional competence.
10. Shall take necessary precautions to protect students, equipment, materials and facilities.
11. Shall understand, model and implement the board policy code of ethics to all students and fellow
    colleagues.
12. Shall adhere to School Board of Education Policies and Procedures.

SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Shall develop drill and practice activities that teach and enhance individual/team skill development that
   makes up the game.
2. Shall assist the head coach in developing and maintaining an inventory list of equipment.
3. Shall prepare and implement a schedule of checking out, maintaining and checking in equipment.
4. Shall plan and enforce appropriate safety and health rules and regulations.
5. Shall develop a supervision plan that ensures the safety and welfare of students at all times: locker room,
   trips, practices, etc.
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TITLE:                         ASSISTANT COACH


SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: (Continued)
 6. Shall present a professional appearance.
 7. Shall be an effective communicator with all audiences: players, parents, supervisors, peers and spectators.
 8. Shall model/demonstrate activities and equipment used to develop basic skills or physical condition.
 9. Shall observe, diagnose and prescribe appropriate remediation activities during practice and game
    conditions for players and team.
10. Shall know and apply the developmental stages of each point of the game to the needs and ability levels
    of the team/players.
11. Shall assimilate innovations and adapt to changes when applicable.
12. Shall be responsible for supervising students on out-of-town activities, which may involve staying
    overnight.
13. Shall promote and directly work toward academic achievement during the high school career and serve as
    a liaison for post-secondary scholarships and other financial incentives.
14. Shall exercise self control at all times with the use of proper language and actions.
15. Shall participate in one or more training sessions with elementary/middle school coaching staff to provide
    assistance in developing a district wide cohesive sports program.
16. Shall perform other duties related to the position as assigned by the Supervisor.


DAYS OF EMPLOYMENT: extra service duties

SALARY:       Commensurate with the school district's Extra Service Salary Schedule.

                                                                                            adopted:   7/23/2007




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                                     An Equal Opportunity Employer
                               LETCHER COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                             EXTRA SERVICE DUTIES JOB DESCRIPTION


TITLE:                 DEPARTMENTAL CHAIRPERSON

PRIMARY SUPERVISOR:                             PRINCIPAL

APPOINTMENT:Departmental Chairpersons shall be appointed annually, upon the recommendation of
            the Principal. Re-appointment shall be subject to a high level of performance.

QUALIFICATIONS:
   1. Shall hold a bachelor's degree or higher and the required Kentucky certificate for the assigned
      position.
   2. Shall demonstrate the ability to work effectively with students, peers and adults.
   3. Shall demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively with students, parents and faculty.

PHYSICAL QUALIFICATIONS:
      Shall have the ability to sit, lift, stoop, push, pull, any and all body movements as relates to the
      job description.

JOB GOAL:
      To provide leadership, coordination and innovation in assigned curricular area, so that each student
      may derive the greatest academic and maximum personal benefit from the learning experience.


GENERAL DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
 1. Shall determine appropriate action within clearly defined guidelines.
 2. Shall present a positive image of the school to parents, and convey to them the school's genuine
    concern with the education, growth and development of each student.
 3. Shall seek to establish friendly and cooperative partnerships between home and school.
 4. Shall work to develop a positive public relationship between the school district and the community.
 5. Shall carry out assignments in a timely manner without undue checking.
 6. Shall react positively to directives.
 7. Shall have a willingness to cooperate with the superintendent, district administrators, principals and staff.
 8. Shall maintain the confidentiality, both verbally and in written form, of each student's educational record.
 9. Shall strive to maintain and improve professional competence.
10. Shall take necessary precautions to protect students, equipment, materials and facilities.
11. Shall understand, model and implement the board policy code of ethics to all students and fellow
    colleagues.
12. Shall adhere to School Board of Education Policies and Procedures.

SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Shall work with the principal in the development and implementation of departmental curriculum
   objectives.
2. Shall assist the principal in developing an ongoing program of curriculum evaluation.
3. Shall review and offer suggestions for improvement of course outlines for all department offerings.
4. Shall counsel the principal in the evaluation of department members.
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TITLE:                 DEPARTMENTAL CHAIRPERSON


SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: (Continued)
 5. Shall assist teachers in resolving instructional problems and serve as a resource on curriculum questions.
 6. Shall assist the principal to insure that curriculum requirements are being met and that necessary
    material are available.
 7. Shall make recommendations on curriculum development and program innovation.
 8. Shall advise the principal in the preparation of the department budget.
 9. Shall assist the principal in preparing the department's supply, textbook, and equipment needs requisitions.
10. Shall participate in the planning of in-service training for department personnel.
11. Shall assist in interpreting the district's instructional program to parents and the community.
12. Shall assist in developing and utilizing community resources for department needs.
13. Shall attend curriculum and other professional conferences as assigned.
14. Shall work with the principal in planning experimental programs designed to improve the curriculum
    and instructional techniques.
15. Shall lead the staff in keeping an up-to-date resource file of progress and new developments in field of
    academic specialty.
16. Shall plan, organize and preside over departmental teacher meetings for assigned curricular area as
    requested by the principal.
17. Shall perform demonstration lessons with students in classroom situations for observation by new
    teachers when requested to do so by the principal.
18. Shall serve as chairman of the textbook selection committee for assigned curricular area.
19. Shall coordinate the work of student teachers within assigned curricular area.
20. Shall work with the principal in evaluation of achievement and placement of students in assigned
    curricular area as documented by the State Testing program and other standardized testing program.
21. Shall lead others to participate in those activities most likely to lead to continued professional growth.
22. Shall promote and directly work toward academic achievement during the high school career and serve as
    a liaison for post-secondary scholarships and other financial incentives.
23. Shall perform other duties related to the position as assigned by the Supervisor.


DAYS OF EMPLOYMENT: extra service duties

SALARY:       Commensurate with the school district's Extra Service Salary Schedule.

                                                                                             adopted:   7/23/2007




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                                      An Equal Opportunity Employer
                               LETCHER COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                             EXTRA SERVICE DUTIES JOB DESCRIPTION


TITLE:                    DISTRICT READING COACH

PRIMARY SUPERVISOR:                ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT

APPOINTMENT: The District Reading Coach shall be appointed annually by the Superintendent.

QUALIFICATIONS:
   1. Shall hold a bachelor's degree or higher and the required Kentucky certificate for the assigned
      position. (An emphasis in language arts and/or reading is preferred.)
   2. Shall have experience as a classroom teacher (minimum of five years).
   3. Shall demonstrate the ability to work effectively with students, peers and adults.
   4. Shall demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively with students, parents and faculty.

PHYSICAL QUALIFICATIONS:
      Shall have the ability to sit, lift, stoop, push, pull, any and all body movements as relates to the
      job description.

JOB GOALS:
      To support the School Reading Coaches with on going, in-class professional development through
      the use of scientically based reading research to promote the use of best practices in teaching and
      assessment; to collaborate with the School Reading Coach and School Administrator to fully
      implement the Reading First Grant.

GENERAL DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Shall determine appropriate action within clearly defined guidelines.
2. Shall present a positive image of the school to parents, and convey to them the school's genuine
    concern with the education, growth and development of each student.
3. Shall seek to establish friendly and cooperative partnerships between home and school.
4. Shall work to develop a positive public relationship between the school district and the community.
5. Shall carry out assignments in a timely manner without undue checking.
6. Shall react positively to directives.
7. Shall have a willingness to cooperate with the superintendent, district administrators, principals and staff.
8. Shall maintain the confidentiality, both verbally and in written form, of each student's educational record.
9. Shall strive to maintain and improve professional competence.
10. Shall take necessary precautions to protect students, equipment, materials and facilities.
11. Shall adhere to School Board of Education Policies and Procedures.

SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Shall focus on the reading initatiaves in the Reading First Grant.
2. Shall attend trainings/workshops specific to scientifically based reading research.
3. Shall model effective teaching strategies in the areas of reading for regular teachers.
4. Shall collaborate with regular teachers as dictated by teacher/student needs.
5. Shall assist in the development of Pass-on Portfolios in grades K-5.
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TITLE:                   DISTRICT READING COACH


SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: (Continued)
6. Shall assist with instructional evaluation of student work and follow-up teaching in targeted areas.
8. Shall assist in the monitoring of the Reading First grant requirements and oversee proper documentation.
9. Shall assist the building principal in compiling reports and encourage parent involvement.
10. Shall demonstrate exemplary classroom literacy practice and process a deep understanding of literacy
    theory.
      l Shall observe the teaching of children in a variety of settings and grade levels (K-3).
      l Extend literacy competencies through professional development opportunities and networking with
         other literacy coaches in Kentucky schools.
11. Shall help improve instruction by engaging teachers in intensive professional development and promote a
    school-based professional community.
      l Provide demonstrations of literacy components.
      l Observe and coach classroom teachers in effective practices.
      l Provide sustained mentoring to classroom teachers.
      l Plan and conduct district literacy team meetings.
      l Provide workshops on the comprehensive reading program framework.
12. Shall manage and evaluate the school's literacy program to ensure the highest level of quality.
      l Collect data, analyze results, and report findings.
      l Implements a districtl-wide assessment system for monitoring student literacy achievement.
      l Evaluate student achievement and assist with placing students in appropriate intervention and support
         services.
      l Evaluate effectiveness of the overall literacy program.
      l Identify needs and make recommendations for appropriate intervention and support reading materials.
      l Provide records and research data to the Kentucky Department of Education, as requested.
13. Shall provide leadership for literacy across the district community.
      l Meet regularly with the principal to report on progress and plan next steps.
      l Network with other literacy coaches in developing, implementing, and researching the literacy-based
         program.
      l Communicate the results of the literacy program and spotlight the school as a Literacy Center.
14. Shall perform other duties related to the position as assigned by the Supervisor.


DAYS OF EMPLOYMENT: extra service duties

SALARY:      Commensurate with the school district's Extra Service Salary Schedule.


                                                                                        adopted: 7/23/2007




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                                    An Equal Opportunity Employer
                               LETCHER COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                EXTRA SERVICE JOB DESCRIPTION


TITLE:                          TEACHER - ESS

PRIMARY SUPERVISOR:                           PRINCIPAL

APPOINTMENT: ESS teachers shall be appointed for a one school year period (Extra Service) with
             reappointment by the principal, subject to a high level of performance.

QUALIFICATIONS:
   1. Shall hold a bachelor's degree or higher and the required Kentucky certificate for the assigned
      position.
   2. Shall demonstrate the ability to work effectively with students, peers and adults.
   3. Shall demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively with students, parents and faculty.

PHYSICAL QUALIFICATIONS:
      Shall have the ability to sit, lift, stoop, push, pull, any and all body movements as relates to the
      job description.

JOB GOAL:
      To help students acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes that society feels will contribute
      to their development into mature, able and responsible men and women.


GENERAL DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
 1. Shall determine appropriate action within clearly defined guidelines.
 2. Shall present a positive image of the school to parents, and convey to them the school's genuine
    concern with the education, growth and development of each student.
 3. Shall seek to establish friendly and cooperative partnerships between home and school.
 4. Shall work to develop a positive public relationship between the school district and the community.
 5. Shall carry out assignments in a timely manner without undue checking.
 6. Shall react positively to directives.
 7. Shall have a willingness to cooperate with the superintendent, district administrators, principals & staff.
 8. Shall maintain the confidentiality, both verbally & in written form, of each student's educational record.
 9. Shall strive to maintain and improve professional competence.
10. Shall take necessary precautions to protect students, equipment, materials and facilities.
11. Shall adhere to School Board of Education Policies and Procedures.


SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Shall provide instruction where needed in the Extended School Services Program.
2. Shall prepare materials and equipment for class.
3. Shall work with students to reinforce basic skills.
4. Shall assist students with computers and/or library needs.
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TITLE:                         TEACHER - ESS


SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: (Continued)
 5. Shall attend planning meetings with the After School staff.
 6. Shall monitor and assess student progress and provide feedback on a regular basis to students, parents/
    guardians and other school staff as appropriate.
 7. Shall maintain accurate, complete, legible and correct records as required by law, board policies and
    procedures and administrative regulations.
 8. Shall assume legal responsibilities for the discipline and supervision of students in the classroom, on
    school property, or in attendance at school-sponsored activities at all times and maintain a high standard
    of conduct and good rapport with students.
 9. Shall assume professional and personal responsibility for the management and progress of classes under
    his/her authority, direction and supervision.
10. All classified employees assigned to classroom instructors shall be under the direction and
    supervision by the certified employee in charge in that classroom.
11. Shall perform other duties as related to the position as assigned by the Supervisor.


DAYS OF EMPLOYMENT:                                         Extra Service Duties

SALARY:       Commensurate with the school district's Certified Salary Schedule for Extended School
              Services.
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                               LETCHER COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                             EXTRA SERVICE DUTIES JOB DESCRIPTION


TITLE:       PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM-FITNESS CLUB LEADER

PRIMARY SUPERVISOR: PRINCIPAL/DISTRICT COORDINATOR

APPOINTMENT: Fitness Club Leaders shall be appointed annually, upon the recommendation of the
             Principal to the Superintendent, contingent upon PEP grant funding.

QUALIFICATIONS:
   1. Associate's degree or higher with a Bachelor's degree preferred. Kentucky certification
      for the assigned position is desired.
   2. Shall demonstrate the ability to work effectively with students, peers and adults.
   3. Shall demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively with students, parents and faculty.

PHYSICAL QUALIFICATIONS:
      Shall have the ability to sit, lift, stoop, push, pull, any and all body movements as relates to the
      job description.

JOB GOAL:
      To promote involvement, teach individual skills, team skills and organize students for
      lifetime fitness.

GENERAL DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
 1. Shall determine appropriate action within clearly defined guidelines.
 2. Shall present a positive image of the school to parents, and convey to them the school's genuine
    concern with the education, growth and development of each student.
 3. Shall seek to establish friendly and cooperative partnerships between home and school.
 4. Shall work to develop a positive public relationship between the school district and the community.
 5. Shall carry out assignments in a timely manner without undue checking.
 6. Shall react positively to directives.
 7. Shall have a willingness to cooperate with the superintendent, district administrators, principals and staff.
 8. Shall maintain the confidentiality, both verbally and in written form, of each student's educational record.
 9. Shall strive to maintain and improve professional competence.
10. Shall take necessary precautions to protect students, equipment, materials and facilities.
11. Shall understand, model and implement the board policy code of ethics to all students and fellow
    colleagues.
12. Shall adhere to School Board of Education Policies and Procedures.

SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Shall conduct after school fitness club for K-5 students.
2. Shall complete any forms necessary for student participation.
3. Shall attend program trainings and meetings.
4. Shall conduct mini lessons that integrate physical activity and nutrition within reading, writing
   math and science.
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TITLE:  PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM-FITNESS CLUB LEADER


SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: (Continued)
 5. Shall be responsible for the supervision of the student participants.
 7. Shall coordinate with school/Save the Children staff concerning physical education.
12. Shall perform other duties related to the position as assigned by the Principal.



SALARY:       Commensurate with the school district's Extra Service Salary Schedule.

                                                                                          adopted: 11/26/2007




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                               LETCHERCOUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                             EXTRA SERVICE DUTIES JOB DESCRIPTION


TITLE:                  GIFTED AND TALENTED COORDINATOR

PRIMARY SUPERVISOR:                  PRINCIPAL/DISTRICT ACADEMIC COORDINATOR

APPOINTMENT: Gifted and Talented Coordinators shall be appointed annually, upon the
             recommendation of the Principal to the Superintendent.

QUALIFICATIONS:
   1. Shall hold a bachelor's degree or higher and the required Kentucky certificate for the assigned
      position.
   2. Shall demonstrate the ability to work effectively with students, peers and adults.
   3. Shall demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively with students, parents and faculty.

PHYSICAL QUALIFICATIONS:
      Shall have the ability to sit, lift, stoop, push, pull, any and all body movements as relates to the
      job description.

JOB GOAL:
      To collaborate with and assist the teachers in providing instruction to gifted/talented
      students; to help analyze student data; to serve as liaison with parents.

GENERAL DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
 1. Shall determine appropriate action within clearly defined guidelines.
 2. Shall present a positive image of the school to parents, and convey to them the school's genuine
    concern with the education, growth and development of each student.
 3. Shall seek to establish friendly and cooperative partnerships between home and school.
 4. Shall work to develop a positive public relationship between the school district and the community.
 5. Shall carry out assignments in a timely manner without undue checking.
 6. Shall react positively to directives.
 7. Shall have a willingness to cooperate with the superintendent, district administrators, principals and staff.
 8. Shall maintain the confidentiality, both verbally and in written form, of each student's educational record.
 9. Shall strive to maintain and improve professional competence.
10. Shall take necessary precautions to protect students, equipment, materials and facilities.
11. Shall understand, model and implement the board policy code of ethics to all students and fellow
    colleagues.
12. Shall adhere to School Board of Education Policies and Procedures.

SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Shall collaborate with the Director of Curriclum and Instruction and teachers to:
     a. analyze test data;
     b. fill out gifted education talent development plan for primary levels (TDP);
     c. prepare parent notification/permission notices; and
     d. provide parent communications.
2. Shall help administer the Raven Coloured Progressive Matrices (CPM) Ability Test.
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TITLE:                      GIFTED AND TALENTED COORDINATOR


SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: (Continued)
3. Shall act as liaison between intermediate and primary by promoting the Gifted/Talented Program and
   services.
4. Shall provide resources to teachers to work with Gifted/Talented students in the classrooms.
5. Shall meet with teachers for the purpose of instructional planning for Gifted and Talented students.
6. Shall assist the teachers with materials for the Gifted and Talented students.
7. Shall assist the teachers in referring students for the primary talent pool.
8. Shall promote and directly work toward academic achievement during the high school career and serve as
   a liaison for post-secondary scholarships and other financial incentives.
9. Shall perform other duties related to the position as assigned by the Supervisor.


DAYS OF EMPLOYMENT: extra service duties

SALARY:      Commensurate with the school district's Extra Service Salary Schedule.

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                               LETCHER COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                EXTRA SERVICE JOB DESCRIPTION


TITLE:                 TEACHER - GIFTED/TALENTED

PRIMARY SUPERVISOR:               PRINCIPAL/GIFTED AND TALENTED DISTRICT COORDINATOR

APPOINTMENT: G&T Teachers shall be appointed annually, upon the recommendation of the Principal
             to the Superintendent.

QUALIFICATIONS:
   1. Shall hold a bachelor's degree or higher and the required Kentucky certificate for the assigned
      position.
   2. Shall demonstrate the ability to work effectively with students, peers and adults.
   3. Shall demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively with students, parents and faculty.

PHYSICAL QUALIFICATIONS:
      Shall have the ability to sit, lift, stoop, push, pull, any and all body movements as relates to the
      job description.

JOB GOAL:
      To teach students read, write, problem solve, compute, how to find information, how to think, how
      to work cooperatively with others, and to meet all district required objectives.


GENERAL DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
 1. Shall determine appropriate action within clearly defined guidelines.
 2. Shall present a positive image of the school to parents, and convey to them the school's genuine
    concern with the education, growth and development of each student.
 3. Shall seek to establish friendly and cooperative partnerships between home and school.
 4. Shall work to develop a positive public relationship between the school district and the community.
 5. Shall carry out assignments in a timely manner without undue checking.
 6. Shall react positively to directives.
 7. Shall have a willingness to cooperate with superintendent, district administrators, principals & staff.
 8. Shall maintain the confidentiality, both verbally & in written form, of each student's educational record.
 9. Shall strive to maintain and improve professional competence.
10. Shall take necessary precautions to protect students, equipment, materials and facilities.
11. Shall adhere to School Board of Education Policies and Procedures.


SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Shall be provided with ongoing professional development opportunities in the nature and needs of
    gifted learners and appropriate instructional strategies.
 2. Shall provide professional development for his/her faculty in identification, instructional strategies,
    nature and needs of gifted learners.
 3. Shall work closely with the Principal in school gifted education selection.
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TITLE:                TEACHER - GIFTED/TALENTED


SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: (Continued)
 4. Shall review all nationally/state normed test data (CTBS, Kentucky Core Content, TCS, RAVEN) in
    search of gifted/talented students within his/her school.
 5. Shall administer/score group and individual achievement and mental ability tests.
 6. Shall be an advocate for all gifted learners regardless of behavior, socioeconomic background, race,
    underachievement, etc.
 7. Shall assist teachers in writing Gifted Talented Student Service Plans for identified fourth and
    fifth gade students.
 8. Shall monitor classroom implementation of Gifted Talented Student Service Plans.
 9. Shall assist the Talent Development Coordinator in writing Talent Development Plans for all K-3
    Primary Talent Pool students.
10 Shall assist classroom teachers with curriculum differentiation strategies (content, process, product).
11. Shall model lessons for classroom teachers.
12. Shall have regularly scheduled planning time (e.g., release time, extended pay, etc.) in the development
    of differentiated education and related resources.
13. Shall provide resources when asked for regular classroom teachers of gifted/talented.
14. Shall help organize school-wide enrichment opportunities.
15. Shall prepare transition information for exiting fifth-graders to the Letcher County Schools.
16. Shall ensure that state regulations for gifted learners are respected.
17. Shall organize seminars for parent groups.
18. Shall hold parent conferences twice yearly for input on GSSP's and progress reports.
19. Shall be provided with regularly scheduled time to network with other gifted education teachers and
    the district gifted education director/coordinator.
20. Shall monitor and assess student progress and provide feedback on a regular basis to students,
    parents/guardians and other school staff as appropriate.
21. Shall maintain accurate, complete, legible and correct records as required by law, board policies and
    procedures and administrative regulations.
22. Shall assume legal responsibilities for the discipline and supervision of students in the classroom, on
    school property, or in attendance at school-sponsored activities at all times and maintain a high
    standard of conduct and good rapport with students.
23. Shall perform other duties as related to the position as assigned by the Principal.

DAYS OF EMPLOYMENT:              Extra Service Duties
SALARY: Commensurate with the school district's Gifted and Talented Salary.

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            An Equal Opportunity Employer
                             LETCHER COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                           EXTRA SERVICE DUTIES JOB DESCRIPTION

TITLE:        SECRETARY TO THE BOARD OF EDUCATION

PRIMARY SUPERVISOR:                    BOARD OF EDUCATION

APPOINTMENT: Secretary to the Board of Education shall be appointed by the Board for a one, two,
             three or four year contract.

QUALIFICATIONS:
   1. Shall demonstrate the ability to work effectively with students, peers and adults.
   2. Shall demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively with students, parents and faculty.

PHYSICAL QUALIFICATIONS:
      Shall have the ability to sit, lift, stoop, push, pull, any and all body movements as relates to the
      job description.

JOB GOAL:
      To relieve the Board of paper work and other routine matters and to execute expeditiously the
      instructions of the Board so the Board may devote maximum attention to the central problems
      of education and policy matters.

GENERAL DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
 1. Shall determine appropriate action within clearly defined guidelines.
 2. Shall present a positive image of the school to parents, and convey to them the school's genuine
    concern with the education, growth and development of each student.
 3. Shall seek to establish friendly and cooperative partnerships between home and school.
 4. Shall work to develop a positive public relationship between the school district and the community.
 5. Shall carry out assignments in a timely manner without undue checking.
 6. Shall react positively to directives.
 7. Shall have a willingness to cooperate with the superintendent, district administrators, principals & staff.
 8. Shall maintain the confidentiality, both verbally & in written form, of each student's educational record.
 9. Shall strive to maintain and improve professional competence.
10. Shall take necessary precautions to protect students, equipment, materials and facilities.
11. Shall adhere to School Board of Education Policies and Procedures.

SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Shall give public notice and attend all meetings of the Board of Education.
2. Shall keep full and accurate minutes of all meetings of the Board of Education and send a copy of such
   minutes to each member of the Board at least seventy-two (72) hours prior to the next regular meeting
   of the Board.
3. Shall prepare, with the advice of the Superintendent, agendas setting forth all known items of business to
   be considered at board meetings and delivers agendas to Board members at least seventy-two (72) hours
   prior to meetings.
4. Shall publish all legal notices concerning district business.

DAYS OF EMPLOYMENT:                  extra duty position - as needed

SALARY:        As determined by the Letcher County Board of Education.
                                                                                adopted: 7/23/2007
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                      EXTRA SERVICE DUTIES JOB DESCRIPTION


TITLE:                             SPEECH COACH - ELEMENTARY AND HIGH

PRIMARY SUPERVISOR:                                     PRINCIPAL/DISTRICT COORDINATOR

APPOINTMENT:                                Speech Coaches shall be appointed annually, upon the
                                            recommendation of the Principal to the Superintendent.

QUALIFICATIONS:
             1. Associate's degree or higher with a Bachelor's degree preferred. Kentucky certification
                for the assigned position is desired.
             2. Shall demonstrate the ability to work effectively with students, peers and adults.
             3. Shall demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively with students, parents
                and faculty.

PHYSICAL QUALIFICATIONS:
               Shall have the ability to sit, lift, stoop, push, pull, any and all body movements as relates
               to the job description.

JOB GOAL:            To enhance and refine students' skills in acting, speaking, listening, and critical thinking,
                     and provide an area for extracurricular competition in speech, drama, and debate.


GENERAL DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
   1. Shall determine appropriate action within clearly defined guidelines.
   2. Shall present a positive image of the school to parents, and convey to them the school's genuine
      concern with the education, growth and development of each student.
   3. Shall seek to establish friendly and cooperative partnerships between home and school.
   4. Shall work to develop a positive public relationship between the school district and the community.
   5. Shall carry out assignments in a timely manner without undue checking.
   6. Shall react positively to directives.
   7. Shall have a willingness to cooperate with the superintendent, district administrators, principals
      and staff.
   8. Shall maintain the confidentiality, both verbally & in written form, of each student's
      educational record.
   9. Shall strive to maintain and improve professional competence.
  10. Shall take necessary precautions to protect students, equipment, materials and facilities.
  11. Shall understand, model and implement the board policy code of ethics to all students and fellow
      colleagues.
  12. Shall adhere to School Board of Education Policies and Procedures.
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(CONTINUED)
TITLE:                             SPEECH COACH - ELEMENTARY AND HIGH

SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
   1.   Shall conduct after school practices for all speech categories.
   2.   Shall fill out all entry forms necessary for speech team competitions.
   3.   Shall attend start-up meetings to meet other coaches and decide on regular speech competitions for
        the season.
   4.   Shall promote various kinds of speech and drama activities in the school.
   5.   Shall attend speech competitions and be responsible for the supervision of the student participants.
   6.   Shall foster via educational competition and understanding and appreciation of worthwhile speech
        and drama.
   7.   Shall be responsible for requesting buses for each speech competition.
   8.   Shall establish and develop curricular and extra-curricular speech and drama programs.
   9.   Maintain high levels of speech and drama achievement.
  10.   Shall perform other duties related to the position as assigned by the Principal.




SALARY:                          Commensurate with the school district's Extra Service Salary Schedule.




                                                                  adopted:    10/28/2008




                                                                              page 2 of 2
                                  LETCHER COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                EXTRA SERVICE DUTIES JOB DESCRIPTION

TITLE:                SPF-SIG COORDINATOR

PRIMARY SUPERVISOR: PRINCIPAL/DIRECTOR OF SPECIAL PROGRAMS

APPOINTMENT: SPF-SIG Coordinators shall be appointed annually, upon the recommendation of
            the Principal to the Superintendent, contingent upon grant funding.

QUALIFICATIONS:
   1. Shall have a working knowledge of computers.
   2. Shall have demonstrated people skills to indicate ability to function in a team oriented
      environment.
   3. Shall have a high school diploma, GED Certificate or demonstrated progress toward obtaining a
      G.E.D. as required by Kentucky law.
   4. Shall have successful completion of Kentucky Paraeducator Assessment; or completed 2 years
      of study at an institution of higher education; or obtained an associates (or higher) degree.
   5. Shall have some experience in working with children in an organized setting.

PHYSICAL QUALIFICATIONS:
      Shall have the ability to sit, lift, stoop, push, pull, any and all body movements as relates to the
      job description.

JOB GOAL:
      To provide students with a safe environment during after school hours as well as teach prescription
      diversion prevention skills to students

GENERAL DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
 1. Shall determine appropriate action within clearly defined guidelines.
 2. Shall present a positive image of the school to parents, and convey to them the school's genuine
    concern with the education, growth and development of each student.
 3. Shall seek to establish friendly and cooperative partnerships between home and school.
 4. Shall work to develop a positive public relationship between the school district and the community.
 5. Shall carry out assignments in a timely manner without undue checking.
 6. Shall react positively to directives.
 7. Shall have a willingness to cooperate with the superintendent, district administrators, principals & staff.
 8. Shall maintain the confidentiality, both verbally & in written form, of each student's educational record.
 9. Shall strive to maintain and improve professional competence.
10. Shall take necessary precautions to protect students, equipment, materials and facilities.
11. Shall understand, model and implement the board policy code of ethics to all students and fellow
    colleagues.
12. Shall adhere to School Board of Education Policies and Procedures.

SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Shall conduct after school prescription diversion prevention.
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(CONTINUED)
TITLE:                           SPF-SIG COORDINATOR


SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: (Continued)
 2. Shall complete any forms necessary for student participation.
 3. Shall attend program trainings and meetings.
 4. Shall conduct mini lessons that integrate prescription diversion prevention.
 5. Shall be responsible for the supervision of the student participants.
 7. Shall coordinate with school staff concerning prescription diversion education.
12. Shall perform other duties related to the position as assigned by the Principal.



SALARY:      Commensurate with the school district's Extra Service Salary Schedule.




                                                                adopted: 10/16/2008




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                               LETCHER COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                             EXTRA SERVICE DUTIES JOB DESCRIPTION

TITLE:     SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY LEADERSHIP PROGRAM COORDINATOR

PRIMARY SUPERVISOR:                 PRINCIPAL/DISTRICT TECHNOLOGY COORDINATOR

APPOINTMENT:School Technology Leadership Program Coordinators shall be appointed annually,
            upon the recommendation of the Principal to the Superintendent.

QUALIFICATIONS:
   1. Shall hold a bachelor's degree or higher and the required Kentucky certificate for the assigned
      position.
   2. Shall demonstrate the ability to work effectively with students, peers and adults.
   3. Shall demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively with students, parents and faculty.

PHYSICAL QUALIFICATIONS:
      Shall have the ability to sit, lift, stoop, push, pull, any and all body movements as relates to the
      job description.

JOB GOAL:
      To coordinate and facilitate the integration of technology-based learning into school/classroom
      activities and practices.

GENERAL DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
 1. Shall determine appropriate action within clearly defined guidelines.
 2. Shall present a positive image of the school to parents, and convey to them the school's genuine
    concern with the education, growth and development of each student.
 3. Shall seek to establish friendly and cooperative partnerships between home and school.
 4. Shall work to develop a positive public relationship between the school district and the community.
 5. Shall carry out assignments in a timely manner without undue checking.
 6. Shall react positively to directives.
 7. Shall have a willingness to cooperate with the superintendent, district administrators, principals and staff.
 8. Shall maintain the confidentiality, both verbally and in written form, of each student's educational record.
 9. Shall strive to maintain and improve professional competence.
10. Shall take necessary precautions to protect students, equipment, materials and facilities.
11. Shall understand, model and implement the board policy code of ethics to all students and fellow
    colleagues.
12. Shall adhere to School Board of Education Policies and Procedures.

SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
Hardware/Software Responsibilities
1. Shall recruit student members from enitre school population.
2. Shall communicate with parents and community the goals of STLP.
3. Shall document thirty hours of time assisting students with valid porjects outside the normal school day.
4. Shall assist students in selecting approved STLP projects.
5. Shall assist students in providing student produced video projects
   to the Letcher County Schools Public Television Station.
6. Shall attend monthly District Technology Committee Meetings.

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                                      An Equal Opportunity Employer
(CONTINUED)
TITLE:    SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY LEADERSHIP PROGRAM COORDINATOR

SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: (Continued)
Hardware/Software Responsibilities (continued)
 7. Shall assist students in meeting student technology standards outlined in the Program of Studies.
 8. Shall communicate with Director of Technology and the District Technology Committee the needs
    of the school STLP program.
 9. Shall keep abreast of changes in the STLP handbook.
10. Shall promote positive atmosphere for technology innovation.
11. Shall maintain current policy for student and staff Internet access.
12. Shall honor and promote others to honor copyright laws.
13. Shall enrich the school technology environment.
14. Shall register any students that will be attending a state sponsered STLP event.
15. Shall chaperone any students attending state sponsered STLP events.
16. Shall update and keep current the school website.

1. Shall perform other duties related to the position as assigned by the Principal or Director of Technology


SALARY:      Commensurate with the school district's Extra Service Salary Schedule.

                                                                                            adopted: 7/23/2007
                                                                                                     page 2 of 2




                                     An Equal Opportunity Employer
                               LETCHER COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                             EXTRA SERVICE DUTIES JOB DESCRIPTION

TITLE:             SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY COORDINATOR

PRIMARY SUPERVISOR:                 PRINCIPAL/DISTRICT TECHNOLOGY COORDINATOR

APPOINTMENT:School Technology Coordinator shall be appointed annually, upon the
            recommendation of the Principal to the Superintendent.

QUALIFICATIONS:
   1. Shall hold a bachelor's degree or higher and the required Kentucky certificate for the assigned
      position.
   2. Shall demonstrate the ability to work effectively with students, peers and adults.
   3. Shall demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively with students, parents and faculty.

PHYSICAL QUALIFICATIONS:
      Shall have the ability to sit, lift, stoop, push, pull, any and all body movements as relates to the
      job description.

JOB GOAL:
      To coordinate and facilitate the integration of technology-based learning into school/classroom
      activities and practices.

GENERAL DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
 1. Shall determine appropriate action within clearly defined guidelines.
 2. Shall present a positive image of the school to parents, and convey to them the school's genuine
    concern with the education, growth and development of each student.
 3. Shall seek to establish friendly and cooperative partnerships between home and school.
 4. Shall work to develop a positive public relationship between the school district and the community.
 5. Shall carry out assignments in a timely manner without undue checking.
 6. Shall react positively to directives.
 7. Shall have a willingness to cooperate with the superintendent, district administrators, principals and staff.
 8. Shall maintain the confidentiality, both verbally and in written form, of each student's educational record.
 9. Shall strive to maintain and improve professional competence.
10. Shall take necessary precautions to protect students, equipment, materials and facilities.
11. Shall understand, model and implement the board policy code of ethics to all students and fellow
    colleagues.
12. Shall adhere to School Board of Education Policies and Procedures.

SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
Hardware/Software Responsibilities
1. Shall coordinate with District Technology Coordinator and other personnel the purchase, installation,
   maintenance, upgrades and implementation of workstations and workstation level software.
2. Shall have knowledge of KDE/KETS specifications and approved hardware and vendors.
3. Shall assist in the troubleshooting of hardware/software problems.
4. Shall coordinate the moving and installation of hardware.
5. Shall assist in the tracking of all approved hardware and software inventories (including
   fixed asset numbers, serial numbers, and locations).
6. Shall install and remove programs.
                                                                                                         page 1 of 2


                                      An Equal Opportunity Employer
(CONTINUED)
TITLE:           SCHOOL COORDINATOR OF TECHNOLOGY

SPECIFIC DUTIES and PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: (Continued)
Hardware/Software Responsibilities (continued)
7. Shall work with SBDM and Principal to make workstation and print station assignments.
8. Shall act as the contact person within the building for technology problems with technicians.

Professional Development
1. Shall request, coordinate, and provide technology professional development.
2. Shall design and/or assist with the creation and production of training materials.
3. Shall provide technical information and assistance to school staff.
4. Shall coordinate with district Technology Coordinator the selection of software/hardware, maintenance
   of curriculum software, installation of software and training in selected software.
5. Shall promote positive atmosphere for technology innovation.
6. Shall keep abreast of changes in technological advances and state specifications.
7. Shall advise faculty in the selection and implementation of hardware/software.

Policy and Procedures
1. Shall assist in the development of policies for security, access, development, implementation and use
   through the District Technology Committee.
2. Shall maintain current policy for student and staff Internet access.
3. Shall serve on school and district technology committees, and act as chairperson of the school
   technology committee.
4. Shall honor and promote others to honor copyright laws.
5. Shall serve as liaison to SBDM Councils.

Curriculum Integrations
1. Shall coordinate with District Technology Coordinator and assist school staff in the development of
   the Consolidated Plan.
2. Shall research and support curriculum needs in schools.
3. Shall coordinate, consult and assist in the development of grants related to technologies.
4. Shall assist in integration of technology into curriculum, classroom management,
   administration.
5. Shall enrich the school technology environment.
6. Shall assist teachers in integrating technology into their teaching.
7. Shall provide equitable use of technology for teachers and students.

1. Shall perform other duties related to the position as assigned by the Principal or Director of Technology


SALARY:       Commensurate with the school district's Extra Service Salary Schedule.

                                                                                            adopted: 7/23/2007
                                                                                                     page 2 of 2




                                     An Equal Opportunity Employer

				
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