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All currently available positions for the Hopedale Public Schools are posted at:
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Memorial Elementary School

The following are anticipated openings for the 2018-2019 school year:

Full-Time Positions

 

Kindergarten Classroom Teacher (Early Childhood, PreK-2)

 

Grade 1 Special Education Teacher (Moderate Disabilities, PreK-8)

 

Grade 2 Special Education Teacher (Moderate Disabilities, PreK-8)

 

Grade 4 Classroom Teacher (Elementary, 1-6)

 

 Temporary Positions

Substitute Grade 1 Classroom Teacher (Elementary, 1-6) 

experience with Fundations and Eureka Math is preferred; Beginning in August

Substitute Grade 4 Classroom Teacher (Elementary, 1-6); Beginning in September

Salaries and benefits are in accordance with the Hopedale Education Association-Unit A collective bargaining agreement or our substitute guidelines, as appropriate. 

Please forward copies of your resume, transcripts, three letters of recommendation, and Massachusetts DESE licensure to:

Jeanne McGuane, Office Manager, Superintendent’s Office

25 Adin Street, Hopedale, MA 01747

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Deadline for Applications is April 27, 2018

Posted April 13, 2018

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Hopedale Public Schools is seeking a:

                                                                Preschool Program Director (0.5 FTE)

The Preschool Program Director will provide leadership, organization, supervision, evaluation and coordination of instructional personnel and programs at Bright Beginnings Center to support the development of children by helping them learn, explore, and develop through a play-based curriculum that incorporates STEM concepts. Our preschool specializes in meeting each child’s individual needs and fostering their social, emotional, physical, cognitive, and creative growth.

The ideal candidate must possess a strong passion for working with young children, their parents, and the faculty to foster a creative, collaborative environment. 

Responsibilities:

-          Manage the school’s enrollment, staffing, curriculum, marketing, administration, and policies

-          Collaboratively plan professional development opportunities and mentor, supervise, guide, and    evaluate faculty and staff to ensure that the children’s developmental needs are being met

-          Provide hands on support in the classroom

-          Oversee the preschool’s operating budget, including payroll and classroom supplies

-          Communicate with parents regarding developmental milestones and provide guidance and perspective helping their children to continually develop

-          Assist parents with planning, facilitating and coordinating services for children with disabilities and behavioral needs

-      -         Serve as team chairperson, lead team meetings, draft IEP’s and prepare related reports

-      -         Collaborate with the Extended Day Program Director on the administration of the preschool extended day program

-      -         Foster a welcoming environment for the Bright Beginnings Center community and ensure parents are actively connected to the school

Skills and Competencies:

-          Minimum of 5 years’ experience in early childhood education with a strong understanding of child development and special education, and the ability to serve as a mentor to staff

 Strong communication and collaboration skills with the ability to interact with children, parents and staff

-          Highly skilled in problem-solving and multitasking in order to serve as a coach to faculty, advocate for children, and knowledge source for parents

-          Positive attitude and strong listener that can foster a warm friendly environment

-          A high level of creativity, enthusiasm for teaching, and strong organization, and leadership skills

Terms of Employment

Salary:        Salary and benefits as negotiated and approved by the School Committee

Licensure:   Massachusetts DESE certification as a Supervisor/Director

To apply, please forward a letter of interest, resume, transcript, copy of appropriate DESE licensure and three letters of recommendation to:

Jeanne McGuane, Office Manager

Superintendent’s Office, 25 Adin Street

Hopedale, MA 01747

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Deadline for Applications is April 20, 2018

Posted March 29, 2018

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Hopedale Public Schools is seeking a:

Computer Science Teacher

Beginning with the 2018-2019 school year, Hopedale Jr.-Sr. High School will introduce a computer science pathway for students.  This presents an exciting opportunity for an educator to teach and develop courses that will inspire enthusiasm in innovative technologies, problem-solving, and real-world applications.  Although a math, science, or technology background would be beneficial, it is not necessary. We are looking for a candidate with a teaching degree who has a strong desire to teach computer science.  The position will provide the successful candidate with extensive and thorough training in content and curriculum.

A general understanding and content knowledge in algorithms, programming, data, computers, computational thinking practices, and the internet is beneficial. Responsibilities will include providing instruction in a wide range of technology areas and developing curriculum at the junior high and senior high levels.

Job requirements include a bachelor’s degree and teaching licensure.

The Hopedale school district will sponsor the successful candidate at an exceptional summer professional development opportunity at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) with Project Lead the Way.

Salary and benefits will be in accordance with the Hopedale Education Association-Unit A collective bargaining agreement.  

Please forward a resume, transcript, three letters of recommendation, and a copy of your Massachusetts professional licensure in a related STEM discipline to:

Jeanne McGuane, Office Manager, Superintendent's Office

Hopedale Public Schools, 25 Adin Street

Hopedale, MA 01747

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Deadline for Applications is April 27, 2018

Posted March 28, 2018

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Hopedale Junior-Senior High School is currently seeking an:

Athletic Director

Athletic Director Responsibilities:

  • Directly responsible to the Principal
  • Generates and manages the athletic budget and schedule
  • Instructs all athletic coaches concerning MIAA standards and communicates the   responsibilities and expectations of the Jr.-Sr. High School
  • Assures that all transportation issues are coordinated through the transportation coordinator and communicated to staff
  • Oversees the proper issuance, collection, and storage of all athletic equipment
  • Ensures that student-athletes have current physicals and meet eligibility requirements
  • Coordinates mandatory pre-season meetings for parents, coaches, and student athletes
  • Coordinates, in conjunction with the Booster Club, awards programs
  • Attends conferences and meetings as required by the DVC and the MIAA
  • Maintains the athletic website as part of the school website
  • Organizes and manages summer clinics
  • Demonstrates strong organizational and technology skills, an ability to successfully communicate with all stakeholders, effective collaboration, and sound decision making
  • Other related duties as mandated by the M.I.A.A. and/or the Principal

Terms of Employment

Salary:        Salary and benefits as negotiated and approved by the School Committee 

Schedule:  The nature of the Athletic Director’s position does not conform to the regular school day and may require a flexible schedule as approved by the Principal

Licensure:   DESE certification in a related area is preferred

To apply, please forward a letter of interest, resume, transcript, copy of appropriate DESE licensure and three letters of recommendation to:

Jeanne McGuane, Office Manager

Superintendent’s Office, 25 Adin Street

Hopedale, MA 01747

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Deadline for Applications is April 20, 2018

Posted March 28, 2018

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Hopedale Public Schools is currently seeking

Drivers

  • 20 to 30 hours per week
  • Additional trips available
  • Applicants should have:

                     Massachusetts Class B License,  School Bus Certificate,

                           CDL with Passenger (P) and School Bus (S) Endorsements

For more information, contact: Deb Brackett, Transportation Coordinator

25 Adin Street, Hopedale, MA 01747; 508-488-5509

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IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE

Hopedale Public Schools is seeking

Substitute and Trip Drivers

Please contact: Debra Brackett, Transportation Coordinator

25 Adin Street, Hopedale, MA 01747; 508-488-5509

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The Hopedale Public School system does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation or disability in admission to access to, treatment in or employment in its programs and activities.