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Are you looking to work in a District that is committed to collaboration, mentorship, and creating inspiring educational experiences?

The Delta School District aims to be an innovative, inclusive community where all learners belong and everyone soars. We are a District of more than 15,900 students and 3,000 employees.

The Districts mission is to inspire and nurture thriving, future-ready learners at each of its 31 schools, located in Ladner, North Delta, and Tsawwassen. We value Compassion, Responsibility, Integrity, Creativity, Diversity, and Resilience.

Our schools and District offices are located on the traditional territories of the Tsawwassen and Musqueam First Nations. The District offers its respect to the Knowledge Keepers and all First Peoples who have been on these lands since time immemorial.

Salary is based on TQS category and years of experience, ranging from $60,625 - $106,217. Supportive Learning Program Teacher Competition: T-24-403

Location/Dept.: North Delta SecondaryFTE 1.0Start Date: September 1, 2024

Term of Employment: ContinuingPosted: June 7, 2024

Application Deadline: 12:00 P.M., Tuesday, June 11, 2024 Supportive Learning Program Elementary Teacher

The Supportive Learning Program Elementary Teacher uses a strength-based approach to support students experiencing social, emotional, and mental health related challenges. The Supportive Learning Program Elementary Teacher has an inclusion mindset and uses a universal design framework and trauma sensitive approach to support student success. The Supportive Learning Program Elementary Teacher collaborates with classroom teachers to support student success in the classroom environment. In collaboration with the classroom teacher, the Supportive Learning Elementary Program teacher provides individualized curriculum learning and based on the students individual strengths and stretches, provides opportunities for students to develop the core competencies.

The Supportive Learning Elementary Teacher acts as case manager; developing and implementing education plans such as Individual Education Plans and Positive Behavior Support Plans. This teacher enables student access to prevention and intervention related supports and services as per student social, emotional, physical, mental well-being. This teacher liaises with Learning Services personnel and outside agencies in support of students and families.Qualifications Diploma or Masters in the area of Inclusive Education preferred OR at least three courses in inclusive education in areas including social, emotional, and mental health related learning needs. Successful elementary level teaching experience. Experience using a strength-based approach and a UDL framework to enable student access to curriculum learning in the classroom environment. Experience developing and implementing Individual Education Plans, Safety Plans and Positive Behavior Support Plans. Current CPI training an asset.

All required documents must be submitted in your application which include:


cover letter copy of valid/pending BC Teaching Certificate

additional/supporting documentationFor more information on this position, please email Shannon Hunt, District Principal of Human Resources and Teaching Staff at

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