Teacher Duties

  • Work from 7:45 until 15:30 each day. However, based on the school’s needs or teacher punctuality, teachers may be required to begin work at an earlier starting time.
  • Teach between 20 to 24 periods per week.  As there are 35 periods in a week, teachers can plan and mark during their free periods.
  • Submit lesson plans, which align with the school’s curriculum and standards, each week.
  • Submit unit plans, which align with the school’s curriculum and standards, each school term.
  • Create resources to effectively teach and facilitate learning in the classroom.
  • If needed, perform pastoral duties.
  • Teach and facilitate extra-curricular activity classes up to 2 times per week. These classes will be considered to be part of a teacher’s class load.
  • Attend and participate in meetings each week which may occur before or after normal school hours.
  • Attend work related workshops each term and be expected to implement learned ideas in their classes.
  • Attend student-parent conferences each term.
  • Attend and participate in special events which may occur on a Saturday or Sunday without additional payment.
  • Regularly assign and mark homework.
  • Regularly record student formative and summative assessments in the school’s designated marking system.
  • Submit student midterm and end of term reports.
  • During online learning periods, upload recorded classes daily to a shared drive for parents and students.
  • During online learning periods, use online learning platforms, such as Zoom and Google Classroom, effectively.
  • Work at the school during online learning periods.
  • Regularly and effectively communicate ideas with parents and students for online learning related tasks and goals.