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East Longmeadow Public Schools
180 Maple Street    
East Longmeadow, Massachusetts  01028  
Public School District
pre-k 12 2400 students


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Employer Description
East Longmeadow, Massachusetts, a community with growing diversity in terms of its racial, ethnic, cultural, linguistic and socio-economic population, is committed to investing in our public schools.  East Longmeadow Public Schools (ELPS), which consists of five schools (East Longmeadow High School, Birchland Park Middle School, Mapleshade Elementary School, Mountain View Elementary School, and Meadow Brook School), strives to achieve academic excellence and inclusion, providing rigorous, engaging, and culturally sustainable instruction to all students. East Longmeadow Public Schools is committed to providing an education of excellence that meets individual students’ needs within a common curricular framework.  Our mission is to maximize potential, instill a love of learning and prepare students to contribute productively to the community. 
Diversity Mission Statement
East Longmeadow Public Schools (ELPS) is a district that values diversity of thought, leadership, and representation. We prioritize inclusivity, embrace diversity, and promote an equitable approach toward meeting the needs of every child in our district. It is our belief that to make education equitable, we must exhibit anti-racism within the classroom, across professional development opportunities, and to our families. As a result, every ELPS student will develop the knowledge and critical thinking skills that will ensure them success across post-secondary experiences, career trajectory, and to be prepared for adult-life as a responsible and active citizen.In action, this is demonstrated in the following SMART goals:  •ELPS staff will create a safe, nurturing, and equitable and inclusive learning/working environment in which students are supported in developing the knowledge, skills and the mindset to become resilient and culturally-proficient citizens. • ELPS teachers will support students through providing 21st Century learning experiences and creating an inclusive learning environment rooted in Universal Design for Learning and Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy. • All students will be challenged and supported to achieve a high standard of academic performance and growth through the implementation of a standards-based instructional program aligned to MA Curriculum Frameworks.