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Granite Hill School


The Granite Hill School has been serving youth since 1996 and has become well known for its ability to help struggling learners experience academic, social and vocational success. Our instructional methods are rooted in the philosophy of John Dewey and include differentiated instruction, participatory learning, and experiential learning.

The Granite Hill School mentors students by teaching problem solving, social skills development, and character education and provides meaningful transitional services through its campus-based and community-based vocational programs.

Together, these techniques at GHS have proven to be effective in nourishing the student’s sense of self and helping that student to become a knowledgeable, competent and responsible adult.

The Paraprofessional  is a tutor, teacher, and classroom aide. Their role is to support the program in all ways possible, primarily by assisting others in the discharge of their duties, but also by taking primary charge of students during certain times and activities. Often, the Paraprofessional will be the primary individual responsible for crisis intervention, transportation, and supervision of the students, particularly during less-structured times.

  • Be at least 21 years old
  • Bachelor’s Degree or experience in a relevant discipline
  • Physical ability to manage emotionally troubled youth
  • Pursue and maintain 1st Aid Certification, CPR certification, and CPI certification
  • Supervise students who have been assigned ISS, tutoring or other alternative activities
  • Assist with meal preparation, serving and clean up
  • Set and maintain behavioral expectations that are consistent with Granite Hill School’s behavioral protocol
  • Teach lessons that are consistent with Granite Hill School Curriculum while working 1:1 with students or in a classroom setting
  • Support classroom teachers and their instructions
  • Attend staff meetings and trainings as directed by the Principal
  • Assist in the preparation progress reports, report cards, weekly reports, and other similar documents, as directed by the Principal
  • Attend field trips, open house, and other school events
  • Supervise students during non-class times, such as lunch, between classes, independent living class, etc.
  • Follow and support all policies and procedures contained in the Program Manual
  • Maintain a professional appearance and demeanor at all times
  • Follow the requirements of each students IEP
  • Assist with transportation, as needed
  • Attend regular supervision as arranged by the Principal
  • Prepare and meet annual professional development goals with his or her supervisor
  • Other similar and relevant duties, as assigned by the Principal
How to Apply:

Please contact Sarah Attwood at or by calling 603-863-0697.

Salary Range:

$15-$18 per hour

Job Location:


Date Added: September 14, 2021

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