2021-2022 District Orientation Roles and Responsibilities Training (FCS05)
Section: PARA20220005

Review expectations from the Code of Professional Conduct as required in WAC 181.87
Review district policies and procedures for professional conduct expectations
Be able to locate and access school policies and procedures
Identify who has access to student’s confidential information
Be able to define confidentiality and state the legal basis for confidentiality
Describe ways for practicing and maintaining appropriate confidentiality
Define the roles and responsibilities required in the job description
Define the duties of a paraeducator in different environments including Special Education and ELL classrooms
Define the distinctions between the roles and responsibilities of paraeducators, teachers and administrative staff members
Discuss the relationship and legal requirements to be in direct supervision of a certificated employee



District Orientation Roles and Responsibilities Training Attendance

  • event
    5/17/2022
    3:30 PM to 5:00 PM
    Online, Log in for link
  • event
    5/18/2022
    3:30 PM to 5:00 PM
    Online, Log in for link
To earn clock hours, participants must sign rosters and complete the evaluation below within 7 work days of last session.

This course is in the evaluation period. If you attended, contact the registrar to be enrolled in the course. You have 7 days from the final session to evaluate.
3.0
FCS05
Elementary Middle High Preschool
Classified Para