About Bancroft School
Through active, inquiry-based learning and challenging experiences, Bancroft School empowers students in grades PreK to 12 with the skills, knowledge and confidence to make a difference in their community and the world. Guided by outstanding teachers, curious learners engage with one another and celebrate the strengths and lived experiences of each individual. Bancroft School seeks to be the first choice for students and families seeking to own their journey to mastery and independence in an inclusive campus where each individual is safe, known, and valued.
Bancroft is located in Worcester, Massachusetts — a thriving city with a rich history and a bright future in which the school is deeply invested. Founded in 1900, Bancroft’s 30-acre campus is in a residential neighborhood just north of downtown. Our 400 students from 63 cities and towns around central Massachusetts represent a variety of different backgrounds that contribute to a unique and diverse learning environment.
In January of 2020, the school unveiled a 5-year strategic plan, BluePrint125 — a product of extensive internal investigation and collaborative discussion among the School’s many constituents. In recent years, the School has made significant investments in campus upgrades to improve energy efficiency, air quality, and public safety. Other major campus enhancements have included the creation of flexible, multi-functional learning spaces in the areas of performing arts, athletics, and technology.
Bancroft School seeks a Middle School Academic Support Teacher to join our dynamic team of educators for the 2022-23 school year. Ideal candidates work effectively in a culture of innovation, student choice, and collaboration with colleagues across the division. This position will work closely with our Hope Graham Program Faculty. Building upon Bancroft’s commitment to nurture, respect, and educate diverse learners, the Hope Graham Program at Bancroft School is designed specifically for high-achieving students with diagnosed language-based learning differences in grades two through eight.
- Provide direct instruction and intervention to students in a variety of academic areas
- Work cooperatively and collaboratively with other professionals and service providers in planning instruction to meet the needs of diverse learners
- Comprehensive knowledge of reading and language-based disabilities and evidenced-based interventions for supporting students with varying reading and language-based disabilities
- Knowledge of specialized instructional techniques for supporting executive functioning, written expression, and other academic skills
- ● Provide and support formal and informal assessment and data analysis for progress monitoring and reporting purposes
Essential Skills and Experience
- Masters Degree in Education or a related field
- Preference given to candidates who are Orton-Gillingham Certified
Essential Attitudes and Aptitudes
- A continued engagement in Professional Development as a lifelong learner
- A collaborative spirit
- A willingness to participate with enthusiasm in all aspects of the school community
Bancroft seeks dynamic candidates who will be active participants in the community beyond the classroom, with interest in supporting extracurricular activities in athletics, clubs, and other programs.
Bancroft is committed to cultivating and sustaining a community that embraces difference and welcomes candidates who will add to the racial and cultural diversity of our community. We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
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