Brooke Charter Schools is a network of five public charter schools, serving grades K-12 in Mattapan, Roslindale, and East Boston. At Brooke, we coach and invest in our teachers so that they can help our students achieve at the highest levels and graduate from college. We believe academic achievement empowers our students to live choice-filled lives and enhances their ability to contribute to creating a just world. In a culture of achievement, educators support students in recognizing and building on their identities as sources of strength even as they work to grow and achieve in new ways.
What is the School Culture Assistant Role?
The School Culture Assistant will be responsible for holding students accountable to meeting Brooke's expectations and demonstrating our school values. Specifically, they will be managing study hall for students whose teachers are absent and ensuring that it is a calm and productive space for students. They may also be asked to support with school culture projects and events as needed. The hours for this role are 7:45am-4:00pm and the salary range is 35-38k.
Is This You?
You are committed to uprooting racism through academics, equipping our students with tools to advocate for a diverse, equitable, and inclusive future. Read more about how we are working on this at Brooke here.
You’ve earned a HS Diploma or GED.
After experience working with high schoolers, you are able to lead students in a calm and productive manner.
You are professional, warm, and collaborative with students, families, and colleagues.
You are able to start August 2, 2021 (we may have some flexibility here with the latest possible start date as August 17th).
The community and students we serve are diverse, and we are committed to reflecting that diversity in our staff. We strive to have the most diverse applicant pool possible; to that end, we encourage individuals of all backgrounds to apply for any position at Brooke Charter Schools. By fostering a diverse and inclusive environment, we provide the best educational experience to prepare our students for a future reflective of the world in which we live.