Campus Support Coordinator

What We Do

Campus Support
  • Meet with campus administrators (at least monthly) to review supports being provided, campus challenges, and next steps
  • Schedule bi-monthly meetings with DC/TL to support them in their campus leadership role
  • Review campus data with Special Education team and administration (after BOY, MOY, EOY, Benchmarks and STAAR assessments)
  • Identify and support campus with accomplishing campus and district annual goal(s) for Special Education as outlined in the DIP, CIP, SSP, & CAP
  • Attend ARD/IEP meetings when guardian brings a lawyer or for a reconvene ARD that ended in non-consensus 
  • Participate in staffings to assist campus in drafting appropriate supports/services for students with disabilities when needed
  • Conduct classroom walks using Quality Indicators to determine which teachers need additional coaching/supprt
  • Problem solve specific student situations
  • Monitor campus program numbers monthly to support student:staff ratios in accordance with district staffing guidelines 
  • Analyze & maintain Campus Data: SpEd teacher assignments, verification of services, program/campus SpEd numbers, district & state testing data, all submissions from CS/DC/TL - this data is used to determine action items for campus
  • Ensure successful transition of student records and materials between schools during transitions
  • Participates in LRE discussions/decisions by making data driven recommendations for services and supports
  • Support teachers in the development and implementation of Standards Based IEPs
  • Assist in finding ways to utilize campus staff to support students when teacher(s) is/are absent from duty
  • Train campuses on expectations to ensure fidelity of implementation of services for students with disabilities
District Support
  • Provide district wide training to special education staff (inclusive of case manager responsibilities, special education 101, etc)
  • Maintain campus program numbers and alignment with staffing guidelines
  • Plan and participate in all campus special education professional development to ensure campuses operate in alignment with district expectations
  • Meet with campus administrators to discuss (and develop action plans surrounding) data regarding:
    •  teacher attendance at required professional development and monthly connection meeting, 
    • documentation of service logs in eSped, 
    • progress monitoring (student attendance, discipline, grades), 
    • updating, archiving, and sending to the parent/guardian progress reports
    • parent communication logs, 
    • IEP meetings taking place within timeline (initials, annuals, MDRs)
  • Analyze data, timelines, and annual happenings to determine topics for DC/TL meetings 
  • Auditing and compliance monitoring of IEP documents
Program Support
  • Observe provision of services for fidelity of implementation (based on quality indicators) and connect with the appropriate district and campus staff to create action plans as needed
  • Collect data (quality indicators, coaching reports, behavior staffing notes, student reports from eSchool, eSped, and Decision Ed) to note implementation of services and to collaborate with principal regarding next steps
  • Review data and support next steps when the campus requests a Change of Placement 
  • Maintain professionalism at all times
  • Be on time and present at Leadership and Coordinator Connections
  • Operate in alignment with district, state, and federal guidelines
  • Utilize the Special Education Manuals to obtain information, provide procedural guidance, and to update expectations/procedures/ instructional practices
  • Maintain composure at all times
  • Function within timelines to accomplish the task
  • Know that others are relying on you


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