Brockton Public SchoolsMarch 4th, 2011 by jobfair
Anticipated Openings last updated April 16, 2013:
1. Transitional Bilingual Education – Math, History
3. Special Education – Life Skills, Emotionally Impaired
1. Transitional Bilingual Education – Math, Science, English as a Second Language
Brockton Public Schools
Elisa Martineu, Human Resources Supervisor
43 Crescent Street
Brockton, MA 02301
Telephone: (508) 580-7535
Website URL: http://www.brocktonpublicschools.com
School District Profile:
The Brockton Public School System is a progressive urban school system with a diverse 15,500+ student population. It is comprised of an experienced and vital teaching staff with 22 schools offering a variety of programs to meet both staff and students’ interests. The school system is growing and improving with an outlook to the successful future of its students.
Brockton High School is a safe, supportive environment that provides 4,400 students with the knowledge, skills, values and behaviors necessary to become responsible and productive members of a diverse society. Instruction focuses on enabling students to demonstrate the literacy skills of reading, writing, speaking and reasoning.
The six Middle Schools in the city offer safe learning environments that promote academic excellence and social well being for all students, grades six to eight. The schools have a shared mission to create a collaborative learning community based on mutual respect and the belief that all students who enter the middle school can and will demonstrate academic progress and personal growth.
The eleven Elementary schools provide an environment that encourages cooperation and respect. Our four newest schools are state-of-the-art facilities with the latest technology and all the amenities of the 21st century School. The city has its first ever “green school” that utilizes the latest energy-conservation technologies. Connections between home and school are encouraged to benefit the students, the families and the community. The teaching staff is made up of very experienced, capable and enthusiastic professionals.
Brockton also offers three alternative settings for its students.
The BB Russell Alternative School services students in grades 5-12. The Brockton Champion High School uses a school-to-career pedagogy as its framework that is an innovative and flexible model serving students ages 16-21. The Goddard Alternative School specializes in instruction for Special Education students in Grade 3-12.
The Gilmore School Early Childhood Center provides a setting where children with disabilities learn in the least restrictive setting. It offers a continuum of service from substantially separate special needs classrooms to integrated classrooms where special needs children learn alongside typically developing peers.
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