PLEASANTON UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROUDLY WELCOMES AND REWARDS (E.G., SALARY STIPEND) NATIONAL BOARD CERTIFIED TEACHERS AND ENCOURAGES NEW CANDIDATES AND EXISTING STAFF TO EXPLORE NATIONAL BOARD CERTIFICATION.
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What makes Pleasanton Unified School District a special place to work?
Pleasanton has a proud history of support for its public schools, which were established in 1867 – even before the city was incorporated. Today, Pleasanton Unified School District serves over 14,500 students in nine elementary schools, three middle schools, two comprehensive high schools and one continuation high school and one high school for school age mothers and fathers.
Why do teachers prefer Pleasanton?
Our newly hired teachers were asked why they chose to teach in Pleasanton. Here are their responses:
- The district is known as being student-centered.
- Parents and community members support local schools.
- Schools are equipped with the latest technology.
- Teachers are well compensated here.
- The district takes a team approach to problem solving.
- Job satisfaction can be found where people are committed to what they do.
- Teachers receive support, especially new teachers.
- The district has a reputation for excellence.
- The philosophy of education (Building on the past . . . Planning for the future) shines through.
What professional growth opportunities are available in Pleasanton?
- In-District staff development.
- On-site buddy system for new teachers.
- Opportunities to serve on curriculum development committees and participate in staff development.
- Training for leading edge technologies.
Eligible new teachers participate in the Tri-Valley Teacher Induction Project (TV/TIP). The TV/TIP program provides intensive coaching and training to new teachers based on the California Standards for the Teaching Profession. TV/TIP training helps to improve instruction for Pleasanton’s students through high-quality teacher training and professional development.
NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION
The District shall use the uniform complaint procedures to resolve any complaint alleging unlawful discrimination in district programs and activities based on actual race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, or genetic information; the perception of one or more of such characteristics; or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.