Community Jobs are a great way to get students to take ownership in their class! Here are some resources to support having jobs in the classroom!
Students have to apply and explain why they want the job and how they know they are qualified. Since some jobs take training, my kids keep their jobs for at least a quarter. Then, they are free to reapply for a different job!
Job Congratulations Letter
To increase student motivation, I've included a congratulations letter to hook the students into their newly acquired position!
Print these off each week for students to tape to their desk to record when they work. This is what the accountant will use to write paychecks! I would write the jobs and salaries on a master copy and then just copy that every week instead of wasting time and having students fill it out.
These are paychecks you can use for paying students for performing their community jobs. There are three versions that you can customize to your own classroom.
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