Latino Youth High School (LYHS) seeks to challenge students with rigorous academics and relentless support so that they can recast themselves as resilient, empowered adults who will succeed in high school, college, and beyond. We’re looking for a math teacher who believes that ALL students can learn and who has the skills and mindset to make it happen!
Latino Youth High School (LYHS) offers Chicago area students a second chance to obtain a high school diploma. Our Level 1 charter school incorporates a student-centered approach emphasizing individualized instruction coupled with additional support services such as on-site counseling, mentoring, and leadership development. LYHS provides a safe and respectful environment to young persons who have not found success in larger, more traditional schools. Latino Youth is a campus of the Youth Connection Charter School (YCCS) with additional funding and services provided by the Alternative Schools Network (ASN).
Overview: Latino Youth High School (LYHS) seeks a rock star math teacher to join our team of educators. Must hold an active Illinois professional educators license (PEL) with an endorsement in Mathematics (9-12) and the belief that ALL students can learn!
Duties may include but are not limited to:
Create engaging lessons to implement Common Core State Standards
Create weekly lesson plans based on the curriculum and provides the appropriate modifications and accommodations to meet the needs of all students.
Design and implement assessments that measure progress towards academic standards.
Communicate effectively with students, families, and colleagues; and participate in staff orientation and training.
Connects daily objectives to real-world issues in order to develop the students’ critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
Experience with project-based instruction, computer programming, or STEM education is a plus.
Contact: Please send your resume, cover letter, and a copy of your Illinois license to email@example.com.
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Congratulations to the graduating class of 2022!!! Latino Youth High School was honored to have the founder of the immigration advocacy group Border Angels, Enrique Morones, and Alderwoman Susan Sadlowski Garza of the 10th ward speak at our 47th commencement ceremony. #LYHS
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Below are Latino Youth High School’s remote learning expectations that align with Chicago Public School (CPS) and Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) requirements. Any revision to these expectations will be highlighted in red.Last update: 09/06/2020.
EXPECTATIONS FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING
Remote learning is a new practice at Latino Youth High School; however, the use of Google Classroom and other online platforms is not. We recognize that there will be challenges but the goal of these expectations is to ensure our students are making academic gains while keeping the daily demands for students, teachers, and families manageable.
The key to ensure success is that everyone remains flexible but committed to our shared academic outcomes. Our ultimate goal is the same as always – for all of our students to graduate.
Students are expected to engage in live instruction each day
Students should communicate with teachers about daily and long-term assignments through their LYHS email.
Students must complete assignments in Google Classroom. Credit can ONLY be earned by completing assignments.
Teachers will update their Google Classroom every Monday by 8:30 AM.
Teachers will be available for students every weekday from 8:30 to 3:15 PM.
Teachers will provide daily live instruction for students.
Teacher will respond to student communications within 24 hrs.
Teachers will update grades each Friday.
FAQ FOR PARENTS AND STUDENTS
Q: What about students who do not have internet access at home?
A: Students may qualify for either high-speed internet or a district-provided hotspot at no cost through the Chicago Connected program. Check to see if your family is eligible for a wired internet connection or a district-provided hotspot through Chicago Connected by searching your child’s student ID and date of birth using this link.
Q: Should students expect an assignment every day?
A: Each day the school will provide 2.5 hours of live instruction and 2.5 hours of independent work. This works out to be 40 minutes of live instruction and 40 minutes of independent work per class. The independent work could take the form of daily assignments, multi-day assignments, readings, videos, or other activities.
Q: What’s the schedule for live instruction?
A: The schedule for live instruction is as follows:
Period 1 – 12:00 – 12:40 PM Period 3 – 1:30 – 2:10 PM
Period 2 – 12:45 – 1:25 PM Period 4 – 2:15 – 2:55 PM
Q: How do I access live instruction?
A: A unique Google Meet access link will be created by your teachers for each of your classes. This link is available inside each Google Classroom.
Q: How will courses be graded?
A: At the end of the quarter students will be assessed using a traditional grade scale (i.e. A, B, C, and NC). Teachers will provide weekly feedback and enter in grades each Friday.
Q: Should teachers and students be available throughout the day?
A: Unless a student or a teacher is ill, they should check and respond to Google Classroom and email messages periodically throughout the day. Teachers will be available for students every weekday from 8:30 to 3:15 PM. Students must attend the live instruction everyday from Noon to 2:55 PM.
Q: What are the email or Google Classroom codes for my student’s teachers?