2023-2024 Staff Newsletters » July 20, 2023

July 20, 2023


Buzzer Beater!

Coaching Application Due by Wednesday, July 26
Click HERE for a complete list of coaching opportunities for the 2023-2024 school year.


Ramping Up for 2023-2024

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. Openings include multiple teaching positions at the Madeline English, Keverian, Lafayette, Parlin, Webster, and Whittier schools. We are also hiring teachers and one site coordinator at Everett High. As always, thanks in advance for your continued support in enabling the EPS to operate high-quality academies for our students. 

Grades 3-8 Teaching Positions

EHS Teaching Positions

EHS Site Coordinator

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 and on Saturdays. Thanks to everyone who has helped the EPS roll out  this critical initiative over the last two years. 

Academic Coaches

Guidance Counselor

Opportunities … And Stipends, Too!

As always, the EPS is relying on its talented and dedicated teachers and staff to join curriculum and leadership teams to shape all aspects of the educational experience. As you enjoy your summer, please consider lending your expertise in the following areas:

Civics Action Project Team
This team will support the implementation of project and community based action research in the Everett community. In accordance with state guidelines for the Civics curriculum, teachers and students will practice civic discourse, research strategies, and media literacy.

Just Words Reading Program

This two-teacher team will plan and implement a series of two-hour professional development sessions for Interventionists, Special Education, General Education and ESL Teachers who are assigned to literacy WIN groups in grades 4-8. 

Foundations for Reading

This two-teacher team will plan and implement a series of three-hour professional development sessions for
Interventionists, Special Education and ESL Teachers who are assigned to Level 1 English Learner literacy WIN groups in grades K-5.

Investigating History Curriculum

This pilot team will help revamp the current Social Studies curriculum to increase rigor, historical accuracy and diversify content in grades 5, 6 and 7. With this grant, the district will be able to emphasize the importance of history and the foundational skills and critical thinking skills that history can promote, and emphasize the importance of interpreting historical merit as students make sense of the world around them.

The K-5 i-Ready Math Curriculum Implementation Team

This team will support teachers with the process of implementing the i-Ready Classroom Mathematics (2024) Curriculum. Team members will receive advanced training in the summer to set them up for success. During the summer, the team will review the scope and sequence documents for the curriculum and make suggestions. 

Using Newsela

The EPS has extended its subscription to Newsela, an instructional content platform with 15,000 texts from real-world sources across 20-plus genres.


We are now subscribed to the following Newsela products: 

➔   ELA

➔   Social Studies


Here are some great resources to help you get started using Newsela:

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