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Family and Community Connector

  • Believe families are critical partners in student success
  • Proactively build trusting partnerships through biweekly phone calls and frequent texts or emails
  • Participate in 4-5 community events during the year

Model the Behaviors We Expect of Scholars 

  • Model our core values at all times by:
    • Reflecting on how my own experiences and identity may impact my expectations of myself and  our community
    • Seeing the best in our colleagues and scholars 
    • Challenging myself and those around me to be our best selves
  • Use conflicts as opportunities to strengthen relationships by:
    • Speaking to the person, not about the person
    • Speaking from my heart while using my head.

Lead a Pride (Advisory)

  • Use the Compass Model to  to engage in the same Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) we do with scholars by:
  • Completing several pieces of independent self-exploration work to share in Staff Circles over the course of the year. 
  • Actively participate in weekly Staff Circles.
  • Lead a daily Pride for scholars (30 min Mon-Thurs, 60 min on Fri)
  • Weekly social/emotional lessons 
  • Daily academic and SEL coaching
  • Facilitate Scholar Circles on Fridays

Share Your Passion for Learning with Our Scholars

  • Take responsibility for students’ academic engagement, growth, and achievement 
  • Teach 4 daily classes of up to 25 scholars
  • Engage in weekly observation/feedback meetings  
  • Use daily formative assessments to drive collaborative planning 
  • Adapt standards-aligned curriculum to meet student needs, especially for Exceptional Learners and English Language Learners 

Other Duties

  • Perform other duties as assigned, including reasonable physical demands expected from the working environment of a school


  • Minimum of two years of teaching experience
  • Valid Missouri Teacher Certification
  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution
  • Conversational or better knowledge of a world language is preferred but not required, especially Arabic, Burmese, French, Karen, Kinyarwanda, Somali, Spanish, Swahili, or Vietnamese.