Kasson-Mantorville School District No. 204 is seeking  a Social Emotional Student Support Paraprofessional for Kasson-Mantorville Elementary from 7:50 – 3:20 daily.  This is a one year position funded through ESSER federal dollars, however candidates could be considered for additional open paraprofessional positions in future years.

Kasson-Mantorville Elementary is seeking to hire a caring, consistent, and talented Social Emotional Student Support Paraprofessional  The ideal candidate would be a collaborative team player who believes in the value of building relationships with all students, is a self starter who can read a situation and respond quickly, and is committed to ensuring social emotional growth for all learners.  We are looking for a passionate individual to collaborate with our already strong office support team. 


Join a highly motivated team in the Kasson-Mantorville School District with a commitment to excellence and innovation. 


We are located between the cities of Kasson and Mantorville.  Kasson is the home of a vibrant downtown district and Mantorville is known for its historic presence in SE Minnesota.  The communities are fifteen minutes from downtown Rochester, home of the Mayo Clinic and IBM, and approximately one hour south of the Twin Cities.


Kasson-Mantorville is a growing school district of 2,100 students, with numerous co-curricular and extracurricular programs and club opportunities. 





  • Provide support for students in general education classrooms (e.g. model, redirect attention).

  • Supplement instructional activities under the direction of the office team or special education team.  Work with individual students.

  • Provide behavior and social emotional support.

  • Reinforce and review previously taught social emotional skills.

  • Facilitate resolution of behavior situations in consultation with the principal and office team.

  • Maintain a high degree of confidentiality.

  • Provide supervision to ensure safety for special education students during instructional periods, school based/community activities, before school and at dismissal.

  • Assist the student to develop independence in self-help skills, problem solving, decision making, and task completion by allowing the child to function with as little intervention as possible.

  • Observe, record and document information about student performance, behaviors and learning styles.

  • Assist with and/or implement behavioral management and intervention plans under the direction of the office team.

  • Assist teachers to safely lift and transfer students on an as needed basis.

  • Understand and follow all district policies and procedures.