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4 days ago

Supportive Living Program Coordinator

Fraser Plymouth, MN

The Home and Community Supports Program is seeking a qualified Supportive Living Program Coordinator (supervisor) to provide supervision and… Glassdoor

23 days ago

Program Assistant (Transitional Home/Mental Health)

Fraser Coon Rapids, MN

Program Assistants coordinate daily living activities for our residents living in a group home setting. Some of these tasks include assisting with… Glassdoor

25 days ago

Behavioral Aide I

Fraser Anoka, MN

Working with children diagnosed with Autism in the family home. Implementing the mental health behavioral aide services identified in a client’s… Glassdoor

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    Fraser School - Bright Futures or Unhappy Teachers?

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    Former Employee - Teacher, Preschool in Richfield, MN
    Former Employee - Teacher, Preschool in Richfield, MN

    I worked at Fraser full-time (more than an year)


    Fabulous co-teachers, families and children; Pay raises each year; Grants from Target and other local businesses


    Had to demand breaks that were required by law several times; Minimal flexibility in scheduling; Hard to obtain time off for medical needs; Volunteers who were not qualified or helpful; High-stress environment; Building falling apart; Mold, rodents, bugs; Cleanliness of facilities; Toys were accrued through donations and were not necessarily in working condition; Ratios of students with special needs to students with typical needs were too high for the support the classrooms received

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    Put the children and staff first. In order for there to be success and happiness within the school, the teachers and children need to feel valued and safe. Providing enough support to the teachers will help you retain employees instead of experiencing the high rate of turnover and uncertainty of staffing in your classrooms.

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