Staff Newsletter » July 23, 2021

July 23, 2021


Employees who qualify for salary increments pursuant to their individual contracts are now able to submit the necessary transcripts electronically. Please use THIS form to complete the process.


This form is exclusively for teachers and staff who have completed all of the necessary coursework needed to receive a step increase in their salaries. If your transcript reflects updated credit hours that are short of the number required for a step increase, you do not need to submit them; please wait until you have the necessary number needed for a pay increase before completing the Transcript Submission Form. 


The EPS Department of Human Resources does not need copies of transcripts that are unrelated to contractually obligated salary increases. 


Going forward, this is the only way the EPS Department of Human Resources will accept the transcripts related to salary increments. Please do not email or  mail them, or drop them off in person. Thank you for your cooperation with this new protocol.


The Everett High School Athletic Department is accepting applications for coaching positions for the 2021-2022 school year. We encourage our dedicated educators and staff members to apply for these positions, as we look forward to a complete slate of sports seasons this coming school year.


Available coaching positions are included at the top right of this page, under “Opportunities for EPS Educators.”


Letters of application must be submitted to Athletic Director Tammy Turner.


All applications for coaching positions must be accompanied by a current CPR certificate.


After you receive an appointment letter, Athletic Director Tammy Turner will contact you about expectations for the position and all pertinent information about 2021-2022.


The EPS is excited to announce a new opportunity for teachers and staff to  take introductory Spanish and Portuguese classes from Rola, one of Greater Boston’s leading language schools.


We are offering these classes, which normally cost $275 per student, at no cost to 30 EPS educators and staff. The classes will be held in Everett from 3:30 to 5 p.m. The eight-week Spanish program will be scheduled on Mondays from September 20th to November 15h, while the Portuguese course will meet on Tuesdays from September 21st to November 9th.


Rola instructors will cater their beginner classes to educators, with a focus on vocabulary and grammar that will aid in communicating with students and parents. 


Interested staff members should contact Brittany Hay for more information.


We are seeking educators to join our Intervention Success Team to support Central Administration and school leaders to develop targeted and robust literacy and math intervention criteria and processes. We are seeking master teachers who are experts in analyzing formative assessment data including, but not limited to, DIBELs, ACCESS for ELs, MCAS and i-Ready.  We are also looking for creative problem solvers to maximize WIN (What.I.Need) blocks and incorporate new indicators of student success into our data cycles.  

The details of this position are included at the top right of this page, under “Opportunities for EPS Educators.”

Submissions for the Everett Educator Professional Development Scholarship  are being accepted.This program which will fund the creativity, growth mindset and exploration of teachers who seek a dynamic training experience that will impact his/her instruction and student outcomes. Complete details about the PD scholarship and the Screening Team positions are included above, under "Opportunities for EPS Educators." 


Vocational Technical Education Advisory Council

The Department is seeking members to fill potential vacancies on the Vocational Technical Education Advisory Council. The council advises, assists, and provides support and advocacy for high-quality programs that prepare students for a successful transition to further education and careers.

The commissioner appoints the council’s members on behalf of the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education. Members serve up to a three-year term and include local education officials; representatives from higher education, business and industry, labor and trade organizations, and parent/family organizations; and students. Anyone interested is asked to please email a resume and letter of interest to by Friday, July 30.