BASE (Before/After School Extention) in Wayland Public Schools is looking for Team Leaders, Group Leaders and 1:1 Support Staff for its elementary and middle school programs. Leaders plan activities that support, instruct and engage children in a fun, recreation-based environment. Suggested activities include, but are not limited to: gym/outdoor games; arts projects; crafts; culinary arts; music; drama; homework club; and board games. 1:1 Support Staff accompany individual children as they transition from their school day to their BASE day, and as they successfully participate in BASE activities.
BASE welcomes staff of all ages and from all walks of life who enjoy interacting with children aged 5-14 years. We offer opportunities to work with children both individually and in groups, to support children with special needs, and to be part of a fun, creative team. If you have 3-12 hours a week to share your interests and skills in a creative, engaging environment, BASE might be a good fit.
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