September 17, 2021
UPDATED EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION FROM ALPHABEST
Upon AlphaBEST completing the licensing process and assuming operations of the Everett Public School System after school program in the six (6) designated schools listed below, AlphaBEST will compensate Everett Public School employees (teachers, paras & subs) as outlined below for the duration of the 2021-2022 academic school year.
Madeline English • Lafayette • George Keverian • Parlin • Whittier • Webster
2021-2022 Academic School Year AlphaBEST Compensation Rates
At the end of the school year, if the Everett Public School employee remains a team member at AlphaBEST, compensation will transition back to current AlphaBEST pay rates for the position filled. Individuals will be asked to acknowledge this information in writing upon hire with AlphaBEST.
Download AlphaBest's employment flyer HERE.
A reminder to Grade 6-8 social studies, civics, ELA, ESL and special education teachers that the EPS is forming a team to work with the organization, Re-Imagining Migration, to examine the cultural responsiveness and relevance of our 8th grade curricula and to create cross-disciplinary projects that engage our diverse learners. Learn more about this opportunity, including hours and stipend, HERE.
DESE ASKS FOR EDUCATOR INPUT
The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) and the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS) are co-chairing the School Resource Officer (SRO) Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) Commission. The Commission is tasked with updating its 2018 model MOU to be used as a template for local communities to adapt to meet their needs. This Commission is seeking public input on the types of information that should be included in the MOU.
Please take approximately ten (10) minutes to complete THIS SURVEY below to help the Commission hear public feedback. Survey participants are encouraged to respond to all questions; however all are optional if there is a preference not to respond to a specific question. Public comments can be submitted in addition to survey responses, and will also help inform the Commission in the development of the MOU. All feedback is voluntary and anonymous.
ESPERANZA: A CELEBRATION OF HISPANIC HERITAGE AND HOPE
In recognition of National Hispanic Heritage Month, EPS Chief Equity Officer Cory McCarthy has written this very helpful and interesting dispatch for our website. Check it out HERE.