When teachers lead, schools win.
Green Dot Public Schools is one of the leading independent non-profit public school operators in the nation with our middle and high schools in Seattle. Across our network, teachers are key decision-makers at Green Dot and help achieve better outcomes and higher graduation rates for all students.
By founding and leading middle and high schools, we are focused on graduating students fully prepared for college, leadership and life. We are dedicated to helping parents organize and transforming parents’ expectations of their neighborhood schools.
We believe in supporting teachers both personally and professionally, so you can take the lead in shaping the future of public education.
At Green Dot Public Schools Washington, we often teach our students that it’s important to consider the people they surround themselves with -- friends can inform your future.
Similarly, we know how important it is for adults to be surrounded by a supportive network of intelligent, passionate, and hardworking colleagues.
6th Grade English/Language Arts, Rainier Valley Leadership Academy Middle School
Who we're looking for
I love everything about my job. My students push me to ask big questions, my colleagues make me laugh and share feedback that helps me grow, and every so often I have a conversation with a parent or community member who reminds me how vital this school is to building up this community that is so dear to my heart.
Rainier Valley Leadership Academy
Be a founder of a new charter school sector.
At Green Dot Washington you will be a founder, the first to lay the foundation for a new movement in Washington State that is changing trajectories for students in our highest-needs communities. You will have the opportunity to lead and innovate in new and growing school communities while working alongside passionate, like-minded colleagues.
The stakes are high in Washington.
We are working toward something bigger. Public education in Washington state mirrors national trends for students in historically underserved communities. More than half of our students qualify for free or reduced school lunch, more than 20% of our students receive special education services and at least 10% of our students are English Language Learners.
I serve my belief in radical transformative change by pushing every day to meet the needs of all students. It has always been important for young people to recognize their own power & magic and to think for themselves. I’m honored to be part of this work.
-Yomalis Rosario, RVLA Middle School, Seattle, WA
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