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What’s it like to teach at United Schools Network?

Here are some things that most teachers at each of our schools will do throughout a typical day. Actual times and responsibilities will vary by school and role.

A Day in the Life

 

 
 

Arrival

The first stop is often the teacher workroom for coffee or tea (which we provide). You’ll then unpack, prep any final materials for the day, and then head over to morning huddle.

 
 

 
 

Huddle

Our days start for staff with Morning Huddle, a quick, 5-minute meeting to go over the day’s announcements and responsibilities, share shout-outs, and start the day on the right foot.

 
 

 
 

Instruction

Our schools have free lunch for all students through Red Rabbit, a provider of organic meals. Most teachers have responsibilities during lunch, whether it’s supporting in the cafeteria in high school and elementary school, or facilitating orderly lunch procedures in the classroom at our middle school.

 
 

 
 

Lunch

Our schools have free lunch for all students through Red Rabbit, a provider of organic meals. Most teachers have responsibilities during lunch, whether it’s supporting in the cafeteria in high school and elementary school, or facilitating orderly lunch procedures in the classroom at our middle school.

 
 

 
 

Dismissal

Across our three schools, you are proactively involved in dismissal to ensure a safe and orderly student transition to home. At the Elementary school, you are helping scholars onto buses and greeting families; at the middle school, you are spread out to street corners, bus stops, and other key locations; at the high school, you have rotating posts at the subway station, outside the school, or in the hallways. We ensure our scholars uphold our values until they are safely home.

 
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Career Opportunities

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Application Process

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The Way Forward

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