Role Definition: Under the supervision of the Principal, the High School Math Teacher assumes responsibility for the leadership and management of the education of students in grades 9 through 12 on a specific or combination of mathematical subjects. This may include algebra, algebra II, geometry, pre-calculus calculus, among others. The teacher strives to integrate faith and the goals of Catholic education in daily instruction according to the needs of the students and established curriculum according to the school, diocese and other state guidelines. The teacher is expected to guide students in analyzing data from research projects at an age and level appropriate and professional manner.
Direct and evaluate the learning experiences of the students in accordance with the established goals and policies of the Texas Catholic Conference Accreditation Commission (TCCAC).
Strive to achieve the goals of Catholic education and work towards the creation of a Catholic community within the classroom and entire school community.
Build positive, cooperative and respectful relationships among faculty, students, and parents.
Develop and implement lesson plans and curriculum according to the curriculum guidelines and deadlines specified by Christ the King Diocesan High School (CTK).
Maintain adequate and careful records of attendance, scholastic achievement, grading, and reporting as set forth by CTK and diocesan policies.
Maintain good discipline at all times and maintain maximum supervision of assigned students at all times. Follow the discipline policy specified by CTK and the diocese.
Continue professional development in academic and religious standards.
Reflect moral and spiritual values in oral and written communication, as well as, in daily interactions in the classroom and school activities.
Keep the Principal informed of situations in the classroom including academic, faith based and disciplinary.
Perform other job-related tasks to contribute to and build the Catholic education and school environment as deemed necessary by the Principal and/or diocese.