Job Opportunities: Extended Day for Learning/Extended Student Support

  • Extended Day for Learning (EDL) Grades 9-12 Job Opportunities

     

    Extended Day for Learning (EDL)/Extended Student Support (ESS) Grades 3-8 Job Opportunities

    Applications are now being accepted for part-time licensed and non-licensed hourly positions for the current school year in Saint Paul Public Schools Department of Alternative Education (DAE) Extended Day for Learning (EDL)/Extended Student Support (ESS) Program.

    EDL/ESS programs will take place two days per week (Mon/Wed; Tues/Thurs) and on Saturdays at the Academic Support Center(s). Student hours will be weekdays 2:45-5:45, and Saturdays 9:15-12:15. Staff will work either two days per week (Mon/Wed; Tues/Thurs) or on Saturdays.

    Extended Day for Learning (EDL)/Extended Student Support (ESS) 2020-21 Grades 3-8 Calendar

    Calendar is for when SPPS students are in distance learning; it may change should SPPS transition to a different instructional model.

    SPPS staff who work at late start/end time and middle schools may apply for Saturdays only because the EDL/ESS weekday session staff start time is 2:30. Staff who work at Grades K-5 early start/end time schools may apply for weekday and/or Saturday sessions.

     

    EDL/ESS program applicants should indicate in the comment section on the application which schedule(s) they are applying for:

    Mondays/Wednesdays: 2:30-6:30 (2:30-5:45 for Paraprofessionals)

    Tuesdays/Thursdays: 2:30-6:30 (2:30-5:45 for Paraprofessionals)

    Saturdays: 9:00-1:00 (9:00-12:15 for Paraprofessionals)

     

    Applications must be submitted at spps.org/hr in order to be considered for a position. Click here for a list of job requisitions.

    Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

    EDL/ESS FAQ- Instrumental Music Teacher 

    EDL/ESS FAQ- Elementary and Secondary

    EDL/ESS FAQ- Freedom School Express

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