Working in the AASD

Working in the AASD

Our District includes 4K, 15 elementary, 3 middle, and 3 high schools. In addition, we have 13 charter schools and 1 magnet school. We have a large Hmong and Hispanic population and provide English Language Learner (ELL) services for students with limited English proficiency.

We have a positive working relationship with our employees, and a Board of Education that is dedicated to making our District an excellent place for children to learn. The Board recognizes the benefits of employing and maintaining a culturally and socially diverse staff. Accordingly, one of the Board’s goals is to employ qualified minority personnel within the District. This supports the Board’s mission to develop knowledge of, appreciation for, and an understanding of different value systems and cultures, as well as developing the skills necessary to cope with social change.




Support

The AASD is known throughout the area as a progressive district that emphasizes individualism, empathy and community-oriented learning. As the sixth-largest school district in the state, we think our staff programs and benefits speak for themselves:
New Staff Induction
  • Supporting educators in their first years in the AASD with a structured, collaborative, and non-evaluative support system that will yield professionally empowered educators who understand AASD’s commitment to their continual professional growth, thereby fostering student success
New Educator Mentor
  • Supporting educators in their first years in the profession. The two year induction program, in compliance with PI-34, contains three main components: an ongoing orientation to welcome all new educators to the district and provide training, support seminars for professional development tied to the Wisconsin educator standards, and a mentor to provide ongoing instructional and management support to initial educators

Opportunities

Professional Staff Development

We believe that staff development must:

  • Successfully assimilate and support the professional development of staff in the district
  • Be ongoing, interactive, and job-embedded
  • Continuously be assessed to direct the planning and implementation of district efforts

Benefits

Large district resources including:

  • Technology Initiatives, including Technology Integration Specialists
  • Literacy Specialists
  • Special Education Resources
  • Collaborative Learning Environments with Planned Learning Times
  • Paid Time Off, Medical Benefits, Dental Benefits, Extensive Employee Wellness Program
  • Competitive, transparent salaries
  • Path to compensation increase based on staff development
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