| Thank you for your interest in the Springfield Public Schools.
The Springfield Public School district is committed to hiring a diverse pool of qualified educators, administrators, and non-instructional support staff.
The Springfield Public Schools is a large and diverse urban district with over 4,800 employees. We serve over 25,000 students in 52 schools. The district has a highly committed staff, a strong school committee, and very supportive community partnerships.
The Springfield Promise: A Culture of Equity and Proficiency will ensure the delivery of an educational experience in which all learners achieve success. Springfield is proud to offer some of the most progressive educational programming in the nation, including specialized magnet schools at the elementary, middle and high school levels. Springfield offers the International Baccalaureate program, Montessori, STEM, Expeditionary Learning Schools, and non-traditional educational programs.
Be part of The Springfield Promise--If you are committed to fostering excellence in all students, effective in enabling your students to achieve high levels of academic success, like to work collaboratively as part of a team, have strong content and pedagogical knowledge, and embrace and value diversity-- The Springfield Public Schools is the place for you.
VISION : The Springfield Promise: A Culture of Equity and Proficiency
To provide the highest quality of education so that all of our students are empowered to realize their full?potential and lead fulfilling lives as lifelong learners, responsible citizens and leaders in the 21st Century.
To accomplish this work, it will take the support and assistance of everyone: students, parents, teachers, support staff, administrators
and the community. Through an aligned management system, each of the following strategic priorities will serve to help ensure system?wide accountability:
• High Academic Achievement For 21st Century Success
• Safe Learning and Working Environment
• Highly Qualified and Effective Staff
• Effective Parent and Community Partnerships
• Appropriate Use of Resources and Equitable Funding
• Accountable Leadership
• Effective Communications
• Our Students Will Always Come First
• Teamwork, Trust and Mutual Respect are Expected
• Everyone will Share in the Accountability
• Our Core Business is Teaching and Learning
• Parents and Community are our Partners
THEORY OF ACTION
If WE are clear in our expectations, focus on the instructional core, provide appropriate support, monitor performance with
WE will dramatically improve student achievement and close the achievement gap.
The Springfield Promise: A Culture of Equity and Proficiency. Raise the Bar and Close the Gap