Staff Newsletter 2022-2023 » March 2, 2023

March 2, 2023

From the Office of Extended Learning 
Afterschool Stipend Opportunities   
NOTE: New Start Dates, Click Below for Details
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Your Thoughts?

New Teacher Orientation and Mentor/Induction Program Ideas Wanted!

Do you have creative ideas for how to strengthen our new teacher orientation week or our mentor and induction program for new teachers for the 2023-2024 school year? You're invited to share them during a Zoom meeting on March 23, 2023, from 3 to 3:45 p.m. To participate, please email Gianna Martin at [email protected].
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Paraprofessional Pathways

As part of its ongoing commitment to supporting paraprofessionals who want to become teachers, the EPS has developed this BROCHURE that outlines the programs and partnerships we have with area colleges and universities.

These include a two-year associate's degree program at Bunker Hill Community College and a bachelor’s program offered by Endicott College. If you are interested in either of these opportunities, use
THIS LINK to sign up for upcoming information sessions.
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Opportunities for Staff


The district is seeking teachers to join its K-5 ELA/ESL Curriculum Review Team. Members will help review ELA and ESL curriculum, meet with ELA and ESL directors, analyze assessment and pedagogical data, and audit learning materials for bias, student representation, and alignment with state standards.

Click HERE for complete details.

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The EPS has been awarded a grant to develop and enhance Equitable Access, Connection to Career, and Effective Partnerships within Everett High School’s pathways. To support this year-long initiative, the district is seeking teachers to fill paid positions to support this substantial and critical work. 

Click HERE for complete details.
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From the SEL Team

Help Build a Robust CSMHS

The Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Department is forming a team to help build a Comprehensive School Mental Health System (CSMHS). The group will be made up of master educators, counselors, and administrators who have a demonstrated interest in Social and Emotional Learning, youth mental health and analyzing assessment data. As an objective of this teams’ work, we are seeking creative problem solvers who can review and select mental health screening tools  with progress measures and develop protocols for school-teams to examine and respond to student mental health data.  

Comprehensive School Mental Health System (CSMHS ) is defined as “school-district-community-family partnerships that provide a continuum of evidence-based mental health services to support students, families and the school community.”  

Click HERE for complete details.
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