Staff Newsletter » March 16, 2022

March 16, 2022



As part of its efforts to develop more afterschool programming for students in elementary and middle school, the EPS is seeking talented educators and staff members to help us launch two initiatives. The first are sessions for athletic skills and drills, while the second is a theater arts program for students in grades 6-8. Please review these opportunities and consider sharing your passions with our students.

Complete details:
Skills and Drills
Theater Arts


The EPS is seeking educators to join the K-5 Math Curriculum Review Team, which will conduct a thorough assessment of the district’s current math curriculum, EveryDay Math. Click HERE for complete details.

Similarly, the EPS is looking for teachers to join its ELA/ESL review team, which will assess the curriculum, Reach and Reach for Reading. Click HERE for complete details about this opportunity.

Participants  will receive up to 15 Professional Development Points.


The EPS is seeking educators to plan and deliver academic instruction to students during our 4-day April Acceleration Academy.  Teachers will work with principals,  assistant principals, and academic directors to recruit students and execute Acceleration Academy goals set by DESE and the district. 

Click HERE for complete details.



The EPS is pleased to offer another free and convenient language class from ROLA. An eight-week Introductory to Spanish course will begin on Monday, March 28th at Everett High School. Classes are held from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. Signing up is easy! Simply contact Director of English Learners Brittany Hay. Click HERE to learn more about ROLA’s acclaimed programs.



The EPS is forming an K-5 Intervention Success Team to support Central Administration and school leaders to develop school specific, targeted and robust intervention criteria and processes for Literacy and Math. 

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 in buildings and build our repertoire of formative assessments to include additional indicators of success for all students into our data cycles.

Click HERE for complete details.



There are a few open slots available for the Mental Health First Aid training scheduled for Thursday, April 21, 2022. To learn more about this nationally-recognized certification program, please click HERE.

Questions? Please contact Manager of Social and Emotional Learning and Wellness Patrick Quigley. 


The ESL Department is proud to promote two exciting opportunities being offered by Latinos for Education. The Latinx Teachers' Fellowship and the Aspiring Latinx Leaders Fellowship  count for 11 hours of district PD for educators and school leaders who identify as Latino/a/x. Click on the links above to learn more about each program. Priority deadline to apply is April 12. Email Director of English Learners Brittany Hay for more information about this opportunity. You can also use THIS link to learn more and sign up for the fellowships.

A man and a son standing on the beach
The EPS Community
EHS teacher Neil Plotnick is raising money for the Special Olympics of Massachusetts. Every year for more than a decade, Mr. Plotnick has braved the frigid waters off Revere Beach and taken the Polar Plunge — the largest one-day fundraiser for Special Olympics of Massachusetts.  This year’s event will be held on Saturday, March 26, 2022. Above, Mr. Plotnick is pictured with his son, Marty, who competes in bowling and basketball. To donate, click HERE.