August 27, 2014
Jill Bush, Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources
5 Chelsea Place, Clifton Park, NY 12065 • 518-881-0650
Shenendehowa Central Schools is one of the largest employers and school systems in upstate New York. We employ approximately 1,800 people who serve approximately 9,850 children.
in the Capital Region, this area offers a wide variety of
opportunities from ski resorts to lake activities. It is
approximately a 20 minute drive to Albany, the capital of New
York State and Saratoga Springs, the summer place to be for
racetrack and other activities.
Superintendent, assistant superintendent, principal, assistant principal, academic administrators and other specialized positions.
Teacher, guidance counselor, psychologist, social worker, speech pathologist, intervention counselor, and other specialized positions.
Teacher aide, school monitor, cleaner, food service, building maintenance, grounds-keeper, security guard and other non-teaching positions.
Bus drivers. Get paid while we train you to get your CDL (Commercial Driving License) to drive a bus.
BUS DRIVERS NEEDED FOR TRANSPORTATION
CDL training classes formed as needed throughout the year
Rate of pay for training ($8.00 per hour) is paid upon successful completion of training and probationary period
Once training has been completed, new drivers begin as substitutes and the rate of pay becomes $19.01 per hour
Only part-time hours are available; afternoon availability is required. Rate of pay is $20.93 when appointed to a permanent position
For further information or to obtain an application, call Jalna Rudolph
(881-0240 ext. 58400) or stop by Transportation’s Main Office (between
9:00 am and 3:30 pm) on the Shenendehowa campus, 970 Route 146.
All coaching, lifeguard and lead lifeguard positions.
Substitute teacher and non-instructional substitute positions.
Shen has developed a a question and answer document explaining New York’s Education Law §3012-c that requires an annual performance evaluation of all teachers and principals
Shenendehowa has developed its Basic Plan for
Teacher evaluation and Basic Plan for
Principal evaluation based regulations released by the NYS
Education Department. Last year, the legislature passed a
bill that mandates 60 percent of a teacher’s evaluation be based
on subjective measures like a principal’s observations, a review
of student work, or surveys of parents and students; 20 percent on
local tests or other assessments; and 20 percent on state tests,
potentially rising to 25 percent in subsequent years.
The evaluations will be conducted annually, and will be used for a number of things, from developing more effective professional development programs for teachers to decisions about promotion, retention and removal.