The paraprofessional may tailor lessons to an individual student's needs or assist students with especially challenging assignments. The position may also require the individual to monitor and record a student's progress or behavior in an effort to better meet a student's needs. The individual may also work closely with the teachers to prepare lesson plans that best fit the needs of their students. The Special Education Paraprofessional may also attend classes for identified students to help them better understand the content in which they are expected to learn, to stay on task, and to complete assignments.
Iola ISD is located in Iola, Texas. Iola ISD is a small, rural 2A school that serves approximately 450 students and employs close to 85 teachers and staff. The school district has two established campuses, Iola Elementary (PK-6) and Iola Secondary School (7-12). Each campus has a Title I schoolwide program. The school is the heart of the community. Academics are a top priority, as proven in our distinguishments and recognitions. The extracurricular programs in Iola encourage parents and students to stay involved in the school. A sense of "Bulldog Pride" is shown at every school sponsored event, each week, throughout the school year. The support of the community and stakeholders is evident.