Saint Mary-Sacred Heart School is always interested in meeting and welcoming new staff members to our school community.
Candidates for teaching faculty must have Bachelor’s Degree, teacher certification/licensure preferred, and enthusiastically support the mission of our parish Catholic elementary school.
The qualifications for non-teaching positions will be defined based on the open position and the directions of the Director.
Current Employment Openings
2020-2021 Academic Year
Saint Mary-Sacred Heart School is the Catholic elementary school of the Transfiguration of the Lord Parish in North Attleboro, MA. We are a school of over 200 Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade students with waitlists in numerous grade levels. We support those students within our school community with academic needs, and encourage all our students to participate in actively enriching our community through school spirit, and service.
We support our teachers with opportunities for professional development offerings at no cost, a generous 403b plan, and tuition abatement opportunities at partnering Catholic elementary and high schools.
SMSH values and seeks diversity within our school community. We understand diversity to be the inclusion and acceptance of diverse backgrounds, experiences, and talents. Our faculty and staff should reflect those whom they seek to support and educate.
An applicant must have a Bachelor’s degree, teacher certification/licensure is preferred, experience with pre Algebra and Algebra I instruction, and be able to support our school mission.
General Expectations of Educators
- Meeting with students and parents to discuss education-related issues, and attending staff meetings.
- Establishing a developmentally appropriate, positive, inclusive and safe learning environment that is conducive to learning.
- Advancing positive interpersonal relationships with coworkers and students.
- Communicating proficiently with students.
- Implementing school-adopted curriculum.
- Preparing for assigned classes and providing lessons at designated times.
- Integrating suitable use of technology.
- Administering tests following district testing protocol and providing progress reports.
- Determining and supporting standards of classroom behavior, and upholding school-adopted discipline policies.
- Planning and supervising assignments and activities for student teachers, teacher assistants and volunteers as required.
7th and 8th Grade Mathematics Teacher, and Homeroom Teacher
–In grade 7, students will experience a review, maintenance, and practice of the skills and concepts of the rational number system taught in 6th grade. They will develop skills in percent, ratio, and proportion. Students will strengthen skills in solving one and two-step equations. Students will analyze and relate properties of geometric figures. All students will engage in mathematical practices such as reasoning abstractly and quantitatively, looking for and expressing regularity in repeated reasoning, and looking for and making use of structure.
–Students in the 8th grade math curriculum will experience a review, maintenance, and practice of the skills and concepts of the rational number system. They will develop and strengthen skills in number theory, exponents, percent, and ratio & proportion. Students will also solve problems involving area, perimeter, and volume; angle measurement; coordinate graphing; and statistics and probability. In order to solidify algebraic concepts and skills, students will work with variables, write algebraic expressions, solve multi-step equations and inequalities, and solve related applications. These skills will provide a strong background in basic algebra. All students will engage in mathematical practices such as reasoning abstractly and quantitatively, looking for and expressing regularity in repeated reasoning, and looking for and making use of structure.
Candidates should submit a letter of interest and resume to: Mrs. Charlotte Lourenco, Principal, via email: email@example.com.
Elementary Grade Teacher
–Our elementary learning experience is filled with the excitement of discovering information, exploring possibilities, and becoming more confident in self-expression. Recognizing that students learn in numerous ways, students are encouraged to participate and share their knowledge through the arts: creative movement, drama, music, poetry, art, and storytelling. Our curriculum is dynamic, Christian centered, and sparks the imagination igniting!
–As our students progress our curriculum encourages independent thinking to learn more about our world, our global community, and ourselves. Individual growth and personal development is emphasized to promote organizational skills necessary for success while staying focused on our Christian values and beliefs.
–Saint Mary-Sacred Heart School follows the standardized learning outcomes that have been established by committees of expert Catholic school leaders and teachers, and reviewed by the Catholic Schools Office. You can read of the standardized learning outcomes as part of their academic resources through their website.
For questions about our current openings or our hiring process, please contact the main office.