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RMP’s 2020 Staff Satisfaction Plan: Continuing to Grow Our Culture of Love

January 09, 2020   |   By Rocky Mountain Prep

To celebrate the new decade, we have compiled a list of our top ten staff culture resolutions! As we grow and change each year, our excellent educators and admin staff are a constant source of strength and love - these are just a few ways we like to say thank you.

1. Culture of love is front and center

Every RMP staff member will feel safe and welcome in any Rocky Mountain Prep building.

2. Ample support for new teachers

No new teacher left un-supported!

3. Full rollout of Compass Circles for students and staff

Read more about our new social-emotional learning curriculum here!

4. Leadership pathways

Our new Principal-in-Residence program is helping Assistant Principals of Instruction develop leadership skills in-house to one day become exceptional principals! All four of our current principals started with RMP as teachers.

5. Abundant and targeted professional development

Half days every Friday, full learning days throughout the year - you could say we value professional development. And you would be right!

6. Hiring transparency

Come in for an interview, get some teaching tips, see a class (or two), leave knowing exactly what a day-in-the-life of an RMP teacher looks like!

7. Supporting our teaching fellows

… so they can become master teachers!

8. Staff get-togethers

Hey, just because we work together all day, doesn’t mean we don’t want to see each other after school too!

9. Focus on wellness

A healthy teacher is an exceptional teacher. On day one, our teachers get a $500 wellness benefit to use on the experience(s) of their choice.

10. Keep having an awesome team

With our top talent, this one shouldn’t be too difficult 😊

 

Happy 2020, RMP!

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