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August 2, 2023



Opportunities for Staff

Enrichment Leaders: 2022-2023 School Year
Use the above link to apply and learn more and apply!


Investigating History Curriculum Pilot Team

This pilot team will help revamp the current Social Studies curriculum to increase rigor, strengthen historical accuracy, and diversify content in grades 5, 6 and 7.  The grant-funded team will enable the district to emphasize the importance of history, critical thinking skills, and the importance of interpreting historical merit.

HERE for complete details.


August Summer Acceleration Academies
The Everett Public Schools (EPS) will once again offer August Acceleration Academies for students in grades 3-12. The academies will be held from August 21-25 from 7:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. We especially need teachers for the Academies at the Keverian, Parlin, and Whittier schools, as well as Everett High.

Grades 3-8 Teaching Positions

EHS Teaching Positions


DAY 6 Program

The EPS has openings for Academic Coaches and a Guidance Counselor for its successful and expanding Day 6 Program, which enables students who have dropped out of Everett High School to earn an EHS diploma by re-engaging in the coursework at night. Thanks to everyone who has helped the EPS roll out  this critical initiative over the last two years.

Academic Coaches

Guidance Counselor


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DESE is transforming the Teacher Diversification Professional Learning Community (TDPLC) for 2023-2024 into a learning experience like never before! After analyzing feedback from former and current participants, DESE has identified new learning objectives  and coupled the takeaways with updated research best practices to support LEAs across the Commonwealth. If you are interested in becoming a member of this learning community, please complete this brief interest form.



The Tomorrow’s Teachers Scholarship Program seeks to address the teacher shortage in Massachusetts and support individuals with up to $25,000 per year toward their college education. This scholarship makes it more affordable for those enrolling in a baccalaureate program or post-baccalaureate coursework, who intend to obtain their teaching license to pursue a career in a Massachusetts K-12 public school.

Click HERE for complete details.