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The beginning of a new school year often brings a variety of new challenges and requires a period of adjustment. However, after the disruption of your school year due to the COVID-19 crisis, the return to school this summer or in the fall may bring even more new challenges, questions, and stress. You may feel apprehensive about returning, as may your students. It will be a time of adjustment for all of you. But Sunbelt Staffing is here to help ease your transition. Check out our tips to help you get prepared as you get back to school and your students.

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Healthcare Jobs Available at Schools Now!

by Howard Gerber on July 7, 2010

No GravatarPeople who do not work within the school system often think all aspects of a school and the school district shut down when the students leave for the summer. This could not be further from the truth. The school board and district offices remain open around the year. Even the individual schools are staffed all year. Principals, assistant principals, coaches, some teachers, counselors, and office staff are all on duty getting ready for the following year. In fact, it is during the first few weeks of the students’ summer vacation that schools begin to aggressively search for new employees. [continue reading…]



Responsibilities of a Teacher of the Visually Impaired

by Angela Stevens on March 30, 2010

No GravatarThe biggest responsibility of a teacher of the visually impaired, or TVI, is to lead the student’s educational team. While the student will have a 504 or an IEP, and thus a special education teacher assigned to him or her, that special education teacher has not been specifically trained to meet the needs of a visually impaired student. The TVI must help show the special education teacher, classroom teachers, staff, and possibly even the parents what they will need to do in order to make the education environment as effective and enjoyable as possible.


The specific responsibilities of the TVI will depend greatly on the degree to which the child is visually impaired. [continue reading…]