MCSD Human Resources
Commitment to Employee Health and Safety
We recognize that this is an uncertain time with COVID-19 and we are committed to supporting our employees' health and safety. We are partnering closely with state and local doctors, epidemiologists, and other health professionals to understand the latest research and guidance and seek input on our district plans and employee supports. Thank you for your dedication to our students and please reach out to HR at (970) 565-7522 or Sue Ciccia, our Health Director at (970) 565-7313 with any questions or concerns.
Employee Benefits/ Insurance Links
Job Descriptions coming soon
The district is committed to increasing salary schedules, as funding allows, to ensure we are offering a competitive and sustainable salary to all of our employees. We regularly conduct salary analyses compared to regional employers and similar districts. The district is also committed to offering a strong total compensation package including our benefits and retirement.
Provides resources for our employees including:
- Employee code of conduct
- Overview of key board policies
- Payroll information
- Information on leave (sick, personal, vacation)
- Information on filing complaints, applying for FMLA, or filing a workman's comp claim
- COVID health and safety requirements and guidane for staff
Colorado Teacher Evaluation Standards and Process
We’re committed to ensuring all our teachers receive regular and transparent feedback in alignment with the Colorado Teacher Evaluation standards and process.
To learn more:
montezuma cortez evaluation for support staff
We’re committed to ensuring all our staff receive feedback on their performance including an annual evalation.
More information and resources about our evaluation criteria for support staff including forms will be coming soon!
You may contact our office Monday - Friday
7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
(970) 565- 7282
Our goal is to be the #1 rural district where teachers want to work because they are valued and developed, are part of a dynamic team, have opportunities for leadership, and are making a difference every day in their students’ ability to reach their potential. We’re looking for people who are interested in working with diverse and high needs populations and are committed to closing the achievement gap.
Educator development and support - We are committed to growing our team of effective educators by providing opportunities for growth and professional development and opportunities for leadership.
- New teacher supports – we are committed to supporting the success of all our new teachers through new teacher professional development and coaching using the Get Better Faster framework, opportunities to visit and learn from our most effective teachers in our lab classrooms, and a peer mentor in your building. We want you to be successful and to be able to support our students in their success.
- Teacher growth and leadership – we are committed to providing all our teachers with ongoing opportunities for growth including opportunities for leadership. Each of our schools has multiple teacher teams that provide input to and lead the various initiatives in the school. The instructional leadership team is comprised of teacher leaders that provide guidance to the overall school improvement plan, teacher professional development and other key initiatives.
- Aspiring leaders – we provide opportunities for teachers and others interested in growing their skills to become instructional coaches, Assistant Principals, or Principals. Please contact us if you are interested in learning more about these opportunities.
- Principal and Assistant principal leadership development – we are committed to the idea that we are all both learners and leaders. The district provides ongoing professional development to our leaders in instructional best practices, coaching, school improvement, team building, and overall leadership.
Job descriptions, benefits, and salary scales – the district is proud to offer a comprehensive benefits package and to participate in the State retirement fund (PERA).
- Curriculum and Instruction
- Facilities and Maintenance
- Finance Department
- Health and Nursing Services
- Human Resources
- Nutrition Services
- Office of the Superintendent
- Student & School Safety
School District Re-1
400 North Elm Street
PO Box R
Cortez, CO 81321-0708
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