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                            Madrichim Application

If you are interested in applying, please complete the appropriate application below and return it to the office

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   Madrichim Guidelines

The following Madrichim Guidelines is to help create a cohesive educational system, one in which the Madrich/Madrichah knows what is expected of her/him.  These expectations will include how a Madrich/Madrichah should:

  • Act during class activities
  • Maintain a good working relationship with the classroom teacher

Madrichim:

  • Arrival/departure time is a crucial matter for a successful operation of our school. Therefore, please be on time!
  • Sunday: 
    • Depart after classroom is clean and organized.
    • Stay for 5 minutes after class to communicate with the teacher
    • Arrive no later than 9:10 a.m (give yourself enough time to help prepare the classroom and to greet the students when they come in).
  • Week Day:
    • Depart after classroom is clean and organized.
    • Stay for 5 minutes after class to communicate with the teacher
    • Arrive no later than 4:15 p.m. (give yourself enough time to help prepare the classroom and to greet the students when they come).

 Please Note:  Late arrival or early departure must be requested and approved in advance).

  • Being Absent:
    • Communicate with the teacher about your plan of being absent as soon as you know about it.
    • Being absent for more than three times in-a-row may result in suspension     
  • Dress code for Madrichim:  Please come clean and neat.   
  • Although lesson plans are the teachers’ domain, please make sure to become familiar with its content prior to the session (via email or other communication device).

Madrichim to Students:

  • Although positive relationship between Madrich/Madrichah and students is a healthy, respect and order must be established during school hours – act friendly; but do not become their friend
  • As we wish to be respected by our students, we need to respect our students. 
  • Even though fun and cheerfulness are important ingredients in teaching and studying, they must be within boundaries.
  • Respect for property and maintaining our classrooms in good condition is an important lesson for our students.  Therefore, have them clean and put their classroom back in order before the end of each session.
  • Temple Sinai students are our responsibility during their attendance in our school.  Therefore, Madrichim may not replace a teacher as a responsible adult!
  • Madrichim will help maintain a weekly record concerning their students’ attendance. 
  • Madrichim will follow the policy for dealing with student disruptions (on our website).
  • Madrichim will make sure the students are aware of the school’s rules and regulations.

Madrichim to Parents:

  • Greet parents when they bring their child to school.
  • Inform the Education Director of any ‘outstanding’ issue between you and parent/parents.

Madrichim to Teacher:

  • Being a Madrich/Madrichah is fun and working alongside a teacher can be a great experience.  However, sometimes it happens that a disagreement or an argument occurs between a Mdrich/Madrichah and a teachers.  If such is the case, please adhere to the following rules of conduct:
  1.  Avoid having an argument in front of students.
  2.  Avoid having an argument in front of other teachers/Madrichim, unless          they are involved too.
  3.  Avoid having an argument in front of parents.
  4.  Do not mention and/or discuss the issue to the students.
  5.  Do not discuss the problem during preparation and/or class time.
  6.  Try to solve the issue in a friendly way.
  7.  Please report to the Education Director if the matter cannot be solved             between the sides.
  8. Create a good relationship with the classroom teacher by providing a               positive feedback at the end of the session.

 

Others:

Monthly sing-up sheet will be posted by the entrance to the teachers’ resource room.  Please make sure to sing-in when you come or before you leave. 

Please Always Remember:  You Are a Role Model

Have A Great Year of Learning and Teaching!

Wed, December 13 2017 25 Kislev 5778