Paraprofessionals work under the supervision of a special education classroom teacher. They assist special needs students in grades 1-6. Paras instruct the students on their Individual Education Plan (IEP) goals including: Academics (Language Arts - reading and writing, and math), Fine Motor skills, Gross Motor skills, and Self-Help skills. Self-Help skills include supporting the students' goals in eating, dressing, grooming and toileting. The paras will follow the class and individual behavior management plans that are set up by the classroom teacher. Paras will be expected to supervise students in the lunchroom, on the playground, and they will supervise the students as they load and unload their buses. The paras will also support students when they attend their general education activities. Paraprofessionals must maintain student and school confidentiality and must follow the directions of the classroom teacher.