School Counselor - McDowell Middle School
School Counselor—McDowell Middle School
Applicants should hold valid School Counselor License and have:
· Experience working in an educational setting
Experience with or ability to learn software systems such as DASL, MAP, NWEA, IEP Anywhere, PARCC.
Excellent communication skills in individual, small group and large group settings
Excellent conflict resolution skills.
Knowledge of Section 504 as it pertains to students and schools.
Ability to think critically in crisis situations
Contact Marsha Waidelich, Principal, via e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org by May 27, 2015.
Requirements: Registered nurse with a Bachelor of Science degree. Must also have an Ohio Department of Education School Nurse License. Enjoys working with children and can also work well with both teachers and office staff. The duties include prevention and treatment of illnesses, emergency care, hearing, vision, and scoliosis screenings, care of students with chronic health conditions, health counseling and education. Contact: Tim Williams, Superintendent, via email at email@example.com by May 27, 2015. Interested candidates should submit the following documentation:
• Completed application found at www.loganelmschools.com (Certified)
• Copy of ODE license
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Make Up Days (Hours)
Logan Elm Local Schools will be in session on April 2, April 7, May 29, June 1 and June 2 to make up days (hours) missed due to inclement weather. We will continue to update this information if we have more cancellations.
McDowell recognized as High Progress School of Honor
Congratulations to the students and staff at McDowell Middle School for being recognized as a "High Progress School of Honor" which is based on the 2013-2014 Ohio School Report Card data on student reading and math performance.
The state recognized 27 "High Progress Schools of Honor" this year. McDowell was also named a High Progress School of Honor in 2013. They are only one of six schools who received this recognition in both 2013 and 2014.
The award spotlights schools who overcome challenges while outperforming other schools in the State.