Migrant EducatorFunction and Scope: The Brockport Migrant Education Programis a Title I federally funded program that provides educationalsupport to the children of migratory agricultural workers inMonroe, Orleans and Niagara Counties. Migrant Educators provideadvocacy leading to self-advocacy and tutoring support to eligiblestudents age 3- 21.BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES INCLUDING LEVEL OF SUPERVISIONREQUIRED:Assess the needs of every migrant child within a specifiedservice area and plan appropriate interventions, which will enableeach student to reach a high standard of academicperformance.Provide tutorial services to at risk students either throughvirtual platforms or in-person following approved safetyguidelines.Provide advocacy by linking with service providers in the areaand referring students and families as needed.Provide advocacy within the school district to supportappropriate grade placement for students, entrance into specialprograms as needed, access to interpretation, and other districtprovided requirements.Support students and parents to develop skills forself-advocacy.Support communication between assigned school district andparents through home contact on a regular basis.Transport students/ parents for Program activities whennecessary and following approved safety guidelines.Participate in Migrant Education Parent Engagement meetings andstudent enrichment activities.Attend local and State professional development training andmeetings using virtual platforms.Maintain records on every assigned student that includes astatement of goals, a plan of action, periodic updates and recordof supplemental services provided. Fulfill data collectionrequirements.Perform other duties as assigned by the Director.Required Qualifications:Excellent oral and written communication skillsPost secondary education, preferably a B. S. DegreeCareer goals related to educationDriver’s license and reliable vehicleAbility to work with a culturally diverse populationBilingual (English-Spanish)Preferred Qualifications:Teaching/ tutoring experienceExcellent math skillsSPECIAL NOTES:Request application and forward credentials.Work sites in Orleans & Niagara Counties.Includes some evening and weekend hoursThis position is a Research Foundation for The State Universityof New York (RF) position and issubject to The Research Foundationfor SUNY policies and procedures, sponsor guidelines, and theavailability of funding< 2 l. All finalists for this positionwill be subject to suitable pre-employment back-groundinvestigation and may include confirmation of credentialing. Offersmay not be extended until we receive a positive outcome from thepre employment background investigation.The Research Foundation for The State University of New York(RF) is a private non-profit educational corporation. The RF is notan agency or instrumentality of the State of New York. RF employeesare not state employees, do not participate in any state retirementsystem, and do not receive state fringe benefits. The RF operatesunder a contract with The State University of New York and receivesno directly appropriated state funding.Applicants will not be reimbursed for any travelexpenses.Research Foundation employees working more than 50% of the timereceive fringe benefits.For more information about the RF, check our website: http://www.rfsuny.orgBeginning Review Date: As neededPersons interested in the above position should submit a resumealong with a letter of application and three (3) letters ofreference to:Name: Donna Peterson-Spence, DirectorBrockport Migrant Education ProgramAddress: SUNY Brockport350 New Campus DriveBrockport, NY 14420-2945Telephone: (585) [email protected] Research Foundation for The State University of New York(RF) is committed to equal opportunity and non-discrimination inemployment for all qualified persons without regard to race, color,religion, sex, gender identity or expression, national origin,citizenship, age, creed, disability, veteran status, maritalstatus, familial status, military status, domestic violence victimstatus, sexual orientation, genetic characteristics/geneticinformation, or any other trait protected by federal, state, orlocal law. This policy applies to all employment practicesincluding recruitment, advertising, selection, hiring, promotion,upgrade, demotion, transfer, layoff, termination, return fromlayoff, performance evaluation, rate of pay or other forms ofcompensation and fringe benefits, and selection for training anddevelopment.jeid-b7aac9841526d041913d83a628c8880f
Rendering of the new gallery space planned for the InterUrban Arthouse.The InterUrban ArtHouse, a cultural anchor in downtown Overland Park for five years, has bought the post office building across the street to allow a major expansion of its arts programs and studio space.Angie Hejduk, chief operating officer for the ArtHouse, said the acquisition of the 10,000 square-foot post office building at 8010 Conser St. was completed with the help of a $160,000 grant from the City of Overland Park.Other funding for the purchase: Anonymous, $100,000; Regnier Foundation, $75,000; Howard Jacobson, $20,000; Hal Shapiro, $10,000, and Sunderland Foundation, $100,000.Plans call for the U.S. Post Office to downsize its current operation and continue to operate a 1,000 square-foot retail facility in the building.Rendering of the community porch planned for the new InterUrban Arthouse.The remainder will be converted to a dozen studios, classroom and exhibition space, and a coffee shop. The loading dock will become a “community porch.” The move also will allow InterUrban to meet the needs of people with disabilities.Hejduk estimated the cost of the renovation at about $500,000. A fundraising effort is underway. The InterUrban ArtHouse purchased the post office building debt-free and wants to complete the renovations without debt as well. The organization currently is in rented space across the street at 8001 Conser.Owning its own space and avoiding the uncertainty of rent increases was one of the goals when Nicole Emanuel founded the ArtHouse. “She came to Kansas City with her family and found that there were only a few artist spaces in this area,” Hejduk said. “She reached out to the community and over 100 artists showed up…by owning the building, we can control our rent.”Hejduk said the InterUrban ArtHouse has been a contributor to the renaissance currently occurring in downtown Overland Park. The retail district is thriving and developments totaling more than 500 apartments are in the pipeline.“We’ve been here for several years and feel we’ve been a key component of the cultural landscape,” she said. “That’s why people are developing and creating more living options.”Hejduk also praised the City of Overland Park for its help acquiring the post office building.“The city made a substantial endorsement of arts programming in this community,” she said.The ArtHouse will continue utilizing its former rented space at 8001 Conser. A new middle school for the arts is in the works there as well, and students at the school are expected to take classes at InterUrban ArtHouse.The first event planned for the new space will be a TEDxOverland Park grand opening on the theme of Systems. It will be March 2, 2017 at 2 p.m.The InterUrban ArtHouse has acquired the post office building at 8010 Conser St. in downtown Overland Park.
JUDGE JOHN PHILLIPS AND ATTORNEY SHERI HAZELTINE brought the Justice Teaching program to Regina Brodsky’s Royal Palm School class in Lantana in Palm Beach County in September to present “Carnac’s History Lesson: How We Got a Constitution and Why.” Judge Phillips researched content and photos and wrote the script for the presentation and Hazeltine assisted by putting the program into a Powerpoint presentation. At the end of the presentation, Judge Phillips put on his “Carnac” hat and played the famous Johnny Carson character where he gave the students answers and the students were asked to pick the questions. Brodsky helped by putting the question-and-answer session into a format that allowed the children to make selections on the screen in order to choose the correct answer. The school has a population of the most developmentally disabled children in Palm Beach County and all in the class need wheelchairs for mobility and assistive communication devices. November 15, 2013 Regular News Justice Teaching at the Royal Palm School in Lantana
Aaron Shelby, grandson of the company founder, has joined the board of Carroll Shelby International Inc. (CSI). In his new role, Shelby will work directly with Ford Motor Co. and help expand CSI globally.AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisement“Carroll Shelby International’s strong growth over the past four years requires another talented individual on the board to maintain our momentum,” said Neil Cummings, co-CEO of Carroll Shelby International. “Joe Conway and I initially tapped Aaron to represent Shelby American at Ford Motor Co. events upon Carroll’s death to demonstrate the company’s strong future. Since then, he’s helped strengthen our solid relationship with Ford. As we continue transforming Shelby into a multinational brand and corporation, we’ll continue adding the finest minds to help reach our objectives.”“Aaron Shelby is a great addition to the Carroll Shelby International board,” said Joe Conway, Co-CEO of Carroll Shelby International. “The timing is ideal because Aaron is joining us just as our plans to restructure, refine and refocus the Shelby entities are coming to fruition. Much like his grandfather, he’ll contribute great energy and fresh ideas, as well as solid experience to the company. We’re pleased that another Shelby family member is actively involved in the organization.”AdvertisementShelby earned a Bachelor of Science in commerce – finance from Santa Clara University and started his career as a credit analyst at Inwood National Bank in Dallas. He then moved on to operate his own business, Mr. Bracket. The automotive accessory company distributed products through aftermarket retailers.After selling Mr. Bracket, Aaron Shelby joined LegacyTexas Bank. With his father Patrick as chairman, he continued the family’s association with the bank. With the consummation of a merger in January 2015, with another local Dallas area bank, LegacyTexas is now public and Aaron’s role has evolved to be executive vice president overseeing commercial lending and operating as the subsidiary manager overseeing LegacyTexas Insurance, LegacyTexas Title and the LegacyTexas Mortgage. In addition to banking, Aaron operates the Shelby family’s timber business in East Texas and sits on the board of directors for the Dallas Children’s Theater, Shelby Automotive Museum and Carroll Shelby Foundation.“Joe Conway and Neil Cummings have done a great job positioning Carroll Shelby International for a bright future,” said Aaron Shelby. “I want to help continue that success by leveraging my business background, close industry relationships and dedication to our family heritage. This is an opportunity to build upon the legacy that my grandfather and his board earned over the past 50 years.”