Our Mission Statement


The Indian Community School cultivates an enduring cultural identity and critical thinking by weaving indigenous teachings with a distinguished learning environment.

INDIAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL

New Open Positions 2019-07-16T16:16:10+00:00

 

Indian Community School, Inc. is a private, faith-based school located in Franklin, Wisconsin with a student population of approximately 370 students in K4-8th grades.  ICS is proud of its distinguished learning environments that cultivate an enduring cultural identity and critical thinking with indigenous teachings.  ICS is focused on student engagement, high-quality teaching, strong leadership, utilization of resources, rigorous coursework, and the academic success of all students.  ICS is dedicated to building relationships with families, strengthening the community, and connecting with the natural environment.  For more details, visit the school website (ics-ed.org).

 

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Menominee Language and Culture Apprentice

SUMMARY: Indian Community School, Inc. is a private, faith-based school located in Franklin, Wisconsin with a student population of approximately 370 students in K4-8th grades.  ICS is proud of its distinguished learning environments that cultivate an enduring cultural identity and critical thinking with indigenous teachings.  ICS is focused on student engagement, high-quality teaching and learning, strong leadership, utilization of resources, rigorous coursework, language and culture, and the academic success of all students.  ICS is dedicated to building relationships with families, strengthening the community, and connecting with the natural environment.  For more details, visit the school website (ics-ed.org).

DESCRIPTION:

Indian Community School, Inc. has a position available for a Menominee Language and Culture Apprentice (1.0 FTE) for the 2019-2020 school year.  Menominee Language and Culture Apprentice works directly with the Menominee Language and Culture Teacher to encourage, inspire, challenge and teach students (K4 – 8).  The Menominee Language and Culture Apprentice also collaborates with students and teachers to integrate Native Language and Culture throughout the school environment.

  • Assists in the development of Native Language curriculum/materials.
  • Assists in archiving language events for future classroom and library use at ICS.
  • Assists in planning, organizing and implementing cultural activities, providing resources to staff and students and locating guest speakers for cultural instruction.
  • Provides translation of words, phrases, commands and other written material as needed for programming.
  • Assists Native Language Teacher to incorporate American Indian culture, language, traditions, and the seven Core Values into the curriculum and educational programming.
  • Affirmatively and immediately seeks guidance from his/her supervisor if unclear as to the application of ICS’s Mission, Vision and Core Values.
  • Participates in the school-wide student mentor program creating a community that embraces each one of its children with love, care, and respect while teaching traditional values.
  • Uses a variety of instructional strategies, as directed by a Native Language Teacher, to teach the curriculum for their assigned grade level(s).
  • Assists in creating formative and summative assessments.
  • Assist in the development of differentiated lesson plans.
  • Proactively participates and collaborates with other staff in all-staff meetings, curriculum team meetings, educational conferences, school committees, and professional development seminars and workshops.
  • Complies with State Laws in reporting suspected child abuse and neglect.
  • Supervises students in a variety of educational environments (e.g. classroom, cafeteria, playground, school grounds, hallways, restrooms, field trips, buses, etc.) as scheduled.
  • Establishes and maintains an effective learning climate in the classroom through the use of positive classroom management.
  • Maintains classroom resources to encourage a positive learning environment.
  • Adheres to individual professional development plan.
  • All other as duties assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Knowledge of Menominee Language is essential to teach children and adults. Fluency preferred.
  • Knowledge of and/or experience working with urban children and/or American Indian cultures, communities, and students preferred.
  • Acceptable background check and drug screen

Interested individuals should complete the application available on the ICS website or send their resume to Bonnie Scharber, HR Director, Indian Community School, 10405 West St. Martins Road, Franklin, WI 53132 or by email to: bscharber@ics-edu.org.  ICS is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 


 

Part-time Facility Monitor

SUMMARY: Indian Community School, Inc. is a private, faith-based school located in Franklin, Wisconsin with a student population of approximately 370 American Indian students in K4-8th grades.  ICS is proud of its distinguished learning environments that cultivate an enduring cultural identity and critical thinking with indigenous teachings.  ICS is focused on student engagement, high quality teaching and learning, strong leadership, utilization of resources, rigorous coursework, language and culture, and the academic success of all students.  ICS is dedicated to building relationships with families, strengthening the community, and connecting with the natural environment. For more details, visit the school website (ics-ed.org).

DESCRIPTION:

ICS is seeking a part-time Facility Monitor for a 2nd Shift position (3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.) Hours may vary during summer and school breaks. This position ensures the safe use of building and grounds by students, staff and visitors and safeguards school property against damage and theft

  • Assisting with daily school bus loading and departures
  • Assisting in monitoringthe front entrance, greeting and tracking visitors,
  • Answering phones and ensuring children are properly picked up and signed out.
  • Supervises students returned by the bus company.
  • Duties also include touring and inspecting buildings and grounds personally and via security cameras to ensure the building is secure, risks are avoided, irregularities are corrected and equipment and facilitiesare functioning properly.
  • Enforces the School’s rules of conduct including student behavior, trespassing, smoking or carrying forbidden articles.
  • Records observations, logs data, events, sound alarms and notify appropriate staff and authorities as necessary.
  • Adheres to individual professional development plan.
  • All other as duties assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Position requires a High School diploma or equivalent
  • The ability to lift up to 50 lbs.
  • Previous security experience, CPR, AND AED training highly preferred.
  • Acceptable background check and drug screen

Interested individuals should complete the application available on the ICS website or send a resume to: Amy Banaszak, HR Assistant, Indian Community School, 10405 West St. Martins Road, Franklin, WI 53132 ICS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Job Type: Part-time