Revere Public Schools

Dr. Stacey Mulligan
Dr. Lourenco Garcia
Assistant Superintendent
101 School Street Revere, MA 02151

Student Enrollment: 7,534
Staff Employment: 570
Approximate number of teachers hired annually: 40-50
Approximate number of paraprofessionals hired annually: 15-20
Accessible by public transportation/commuter rail? Yes – by MBTA commuter rail (blue line), bus and shuttle services
Dr. Stacey Mulligan
Dr. Lourenco Garcia
Assistant Superintendent

Revere Public Schools is an urban school district comprised of students of color and immigrant students with Hispanics constituting the largest demographic group (57%) trailed by White (32.6%), Asian (4.5%), African American (3.3%), Multi-Race/Non-Hispanic (1.9%), and Native American. Our school district strongly believes in teacher leadership as a catalyst for sustainable change and, thus, provides ongoing support, training, and opportunities for teachers to take on various leadership roles within the organization and grow professionally. Our core beliefs center on “do what is best for students,” through building relationships with students and families and a culture of high expectations and accountability that not only promotes student agency but also ensures equitable resources and access to quality education for all leaners. Lastly, Revere educators believe in the culture of 3-Rs (rigor, relationships, and resilience) as key building blocks for preparing students for civic engagement, education, and career opportunities.

Q. What is it like to work and/or live in Revere?
A community that prides itself on working collaboratively with teachers, students, and parents to create a welcoming school environment that values diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Q. What kind of support does Revere offer new teachers?
We offer ongoing PD and training, feedback, and opportunity for teachers to grow professionally.

Q. What general attributes does Revere seek in new teachers?
Strong knowledge of the subject matter and content-pedagogical skills; student-centered and ant-racist attitude; someone who believes in diversity, equity and inclusion; someone with a strong moral compass who believes that all students can learn and reach their full potential.

Q. How does Revere demonstrate that it is committed to teacher diversity?
The district has committed to diversifying its teaching workforce focusing on recruiting, hiring, and retaining educators of color. Teacher diversity is an integral part of our district strategic plan.

Q. Any tips for teachers who are interested in applying to Revere?
Someone who believes in social justice and has anti-racist attitude; someone who is open-minded, goal-oriented, works well in teams, and is committed to diversity, inclusion, and equity.