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Working at The Packer Collegiate Institute

Working at Packer

Packer’s faculty and staff are passionate, committed, student-focused leaders.

Packer’s mission and core values influence everything we do — in our classrooms, on stage, in the art studio, or on the field, whether it is locally or globally. 

A deeply collaborative faculty and staff — our ideals, our passions, and our work ethic — makes all the difference to students. We embrace the learning process for them as well as for ourselves, as we continuously hone our own areas of expertise and work to deepen the role each of us plays at Packer. 

Great teachers love what they do and create great experiences for their students. Our collective goal is to help our students develop the knowledge, skills, and habits of mind that will inspire them to pursue lives of purpose. We don’t just educate young people; we strive to transform their lives so that they may transform the world. 

We invite you to learn more about our school and our current openings. 

Employee Benefits

—Fully Paid Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance

—Fully Paid short-term and long-term disability insurance

—Fully paid life insurance

—Paid Family Leave

—Participation in Flexible Spending Account Benefit Plan

—Participation in Commuter Benefit Plan

—403 (b) retirement plan including employer contribution and match after one year of employment

—Eligibility to contribute on a pre-tax basis to a defined contribution retirement plan

Employment Opportunities

Third Grade Head Teacher (Family Leave Coverage)

We are seeking a caring, experienced and motivated Third Grade Head Teacher for family leave coverage from the beginning of February 2019 through the end of the school year. A Head Teacher in the Lower School is an advisor to a class of approximately twenty-two students and their families and serves an important role as chief mentor to the Associate Teacher in the classroom. Head teachers are responsible for planning and implementing instruction across all content areas, and they must work collaboratively with the administration as well as colleagues on the grade level team. A master's degree in Early Childhood or Elementary Education is required and prior head teaching experience is preferred. An ideal candidate must also demonstrate a warm and enthusiastic personality along with excellent interpersonal skills.

In addition, Packer’s comprehensive commitment to diversity requires of all faculty members active, thoughtful engagement in work around identity, equity, and inclusion. We actively encourage applications from candidates with broad and diverse backgrounds.

Please send a resume and cover letter to hr@Packer.edu with “Job Posting 120010” in the subject line of the e-mail. Thank you.

Library Assistant

Library Assistant (Part-time, 20 hours per week)

Supervise the Blackburne Library for student use during afternoons and after school Mondays through Thursdays. Maintain atmosphere conducive to studying and academic work. Other duties include circulating materials, shelving books, helping users locate library resources, and completing library-related clerical tasks. Experience working with teenagers in a school or similar setting is required. Experience working or volunteering in libraries a plus. Salary range $18-20 per hour depending on qualifications.

How to Apply

Send a resume and cover letter to hr@packer.edu with job code 36007 in the subject of the email.

Associate Teacher (Temporary Leave - Second Grade)

We are seeking a caring and enthusiastic Associate Teacher for family leave coverage in one of our Second Grade classes for the coming 2018-19 school year. This position begins in early November. 

At Packer, our Associate Teachers are given several opportunities to grow professionally and gradually take on more teaching responsibilities as they gain knowledge and experience.

Associate Teachers work closely with Head Teachers to create a rich and stimulating learning community for our students. Duties include planning and conducting small group or whole class lessons, assessing and documenting students’ needs, monitoring the children at recess, and supporting the Head Teachers in the daily maintenance of the classroom.

Candidates must possess a passion for working with young children, excellent communication skills, and a demonstrated commitment to teaching. Associate Teachers remain at Packer for up to two years. A Bachelor’s degree is required and working towards an advanced degree in education is preferred. 

Packer is deeply committed to diversity and an inclusive curriculum and community. We actively encourage applications from candidates with broad and diverse backgrounds and from individuals of all races, nationalities, and beliefs.

Please send cover letter and resume to hr@Packer.edu with "Job Posting 12003" in the subject line of the e-mail.

Athletic Coaching Opportunities

Possible openings for the 2018-19 school year (all genders, levels, and age groups): 

Fall
Soccer Coaches (Middle School)

Winter
Basketball (Middle School and Upper School positions)

Spring
Tennis Coaches
Golf Coaches

Responsibilities:

  • Demonstrate a sincere interest in the social, emotional, academic, moral-ethical, and athletic development of student-athletes
  • Demonstrate a high level of competency in sport skill instruction, motivation, and conduct of practice sessions
  • Support the mission of the school and the Athletics Department, while positively and effectively leading the student-athletes and managers
  • Exhibit leadership and professional behavior and communication in dealings with student-athletes, parents, staff, and administrators
  • Complete and/or assist with all administrative duties including, but not limited to:
  • Exhibit the highest professional standards and ethical behavior with adherence to ACIS, AAIS, NYSAIS, School, Division, and Department of Athletics rules and regulations

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree and two years of relevant experience, or a combination of education and experience. Previous high school playing and college playing experience preferred.
  • Excellent verbal, written, and organizational skills with the ability to effectively manage relationships at the administrative, student-athlete, and parent level.
  • Ability to provide leadership and direction to student-athletes, and support student success on all levels.
  • Candidates must exhibit enthusiasm for the role of athletics in an independent school setting, vision and creativity, and the ability to work in a team-oriented environment.

A stipend is paid for the coaching position at the conclusion of the season. Additionally, candidates must complete a criminal background check and must possess or obtain, prior to the start of the season, current First Aid, CPR, and AED certifications.

An equal opportunity employer, The Packer Collegiate Institute seeks to hire outstanding and diverse staff and faculty who work together harmoniously toward the common mission of the school.

Interested, and qualified candidates should send their resume directly to the Director of Athletics, Darrin Fallick at dfallick@packer.edu.

Substitute Teachers (Middle and Upper School)

Packer seeks professionals with flexible schedules to do substitute teaching for our Middle and Upper School on an as needed basis. Bachelors degree required. Please do not apply if you cannot be available at least four days a week. Must be able to take phone calls at 6 am. Teaching experience a must in grades 5-12.

Please send resume and cover letter to tlacy@packer.edu.

A Diverse and Inclusive Community 

Together, we strive to make Packer a diverse and inclusive community where every member can be their full selves. We follow inclusive hiring processes deliberately and explicitly to attract the widest possible range of candidates representing varied identities, races, cultures, and economic backgrounds. Learn more about Diversity and Equity at Packer.


Focus on Professional Development

Packer has abundant resources to help our employees develop skills that support academic and institutional excellence. Opportunities include but are not limited to:

  • Teacher Growth Tuesdays: Teacher-directed, monthly professional development days with early dismissal of students
  • Summer curriculum and professional development grants.
  • Professional development funds for faculty and staff career and skills development.
  • Annual PA Excellence in Teaching: stipended award 
  • Babbott Chair: stipended award for humanities faculty
  • Stutt Chair: stipended award for math and science faculty

Mentoring Program

Packer’s mentoring program provides an introduction for new Packer employees. Mentors empower and support new faculty and staff as they enter and contribute to the school community; provide guidance in navigating school policies, procedures, and cultural nuances; and offer themselves as a confidential sounding board and resource. In addition, faculty in their first year are given the opportunity to join a New-to-Packer Cohort during the Teacher Growth Tuesdays to help support the transition to teaching at Packer.


Many Ways to Get Involved

Through participating in a wide range of non-academic programs, our faculty and staff can connect with students and other adults, and experience Packer in a whole new way. School-year opportunities include: athletic coaching, grade-level leading, club advising, global trip leading, and committee membership. 

Nondiscrimination Policy

It is Packer’s policy to provide equal employment opportunities to all applicants for employment and to all employees, consistent with applicable federal, state and local laws. Accordingly, all applicants for employment and all employees are treated without regard to age, caregiver status, color, credit history, disability, gender, gender identity, marital or partnership status, military service, national origin, pregnancy, race, religion /creed, salary history, sexual orientation, status as a victim of domestic violence, sexual violence or stalking or unemployment status. Packer is dedicated to ensuring the fulfillment of this policy with respect to hiring, placement, promotion, transfer, demotion, layoff, termination, recruitment, advertising, pay and other forms of compensation, training and general  treatment during employment.

Meet Lindsay Velazco
Lower School Science Teacher

I hope to teach students persistence, inventiveness, skepticism, that failures are part of the process, how to answer their own questions, learn from mistakes, and work together.

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Meet Annette Hernandez
Pre and Lower School Psychologist

On a regular basis I learn about the power of forgiveness from the students. Children can be deeply disappointed with someone but they can also be resilient and quickly remember why they love that person.

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Meet Denise Schwed
Director of Pre and Lower School Admissions

I have spent the bulk of my professional life teaching and working at Packer. I started here as a young teacher and loved it so much I never left!

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Meet Adam Choice
Associate Director of Middle and Upper School Admissions

We have some of the most dynamic, well-rounded students in the entire city, and I hope they continue creating, challenging others and being a strong voice for the issues they support in the broader world.

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Meet Sharon Melady
Lower School Science Teacher

I hope that our youngest scientists quickly learn that no matter their age or size, they can make a difference. The smallest things they do can lead to big changes.

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Meet Sarah Meadows
Preschool Music Teacher

I hope to teach my students about collaboration and working as a team. Music is such a wonderful way to bring people together and create shared experiences.

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Meet Tom James
Upper School Math Teacher

I hope my students come to appreciate the value of learning in a caring, supportive, and mutually challenging community.

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Meet Susan Moore
Director of Annual Giving

Together with my wonderful parent volunteers, we encourage the many members of the community who love Packer to make a gift in support of our school.

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Meet Craig Kennedy
Superintendent of Building and Grounds

I don’t think that there are many schools where the students and parents know the members of the Operations Staff as well as they do at Packer. Those relationships are very rewarding.

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Meet Amy Hand
Mathematics Department Head

It’s an honor to teach alongside people who are so committed to their students’ learning, who love math so much, and who are so passionate about developing their teaching craft.

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Meet Elena Megalos
Middle School Core Teacher

Our field trips enable us to connect with objects (and buildings) that have endured centuries and will outlast us. They bring the past to life and make it tangible.

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Meet Anne Marie Mignatti
Middle School Science Teacher

The Middle School Science Fair is the most rewarding part of my job. Students can discover and follow a passion in science and take their learning as deep as they are willing to go.

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Meet Ian Rumsey
Upper School Math Teacher

When faced with a challenging problem, I hope that my students will have the tools to tackle it and the persistence to push through to a solution.

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Meet Meghan Clark
Middle School Computer Science Teacher

I want all my students to understand that it is okay to fail. I want them to be able to push through difficult problems and feel a huge sense of accomplishment and pride when they’re finished.

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Meet Anna Curtis
Associate Director of Pre and Lower School Admissions and Assistant Director of Financial Aid

There is a passion that is palpable at Packer. The faculty and staff are incredible, brilliant, engaged, and driven.

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Meet Linda Weiss King
Lower School Learning Specialist

One of the most valuable lessons I hope to teach my students is that it’s okay to make mistakes. We all have things we’re really good at and things we need to work on.

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Meet Katharine Hill
Middle School Learning Specialist

I hope to teach students that curiosity about the world and about other people is a great way—or maybe the only way—to develop empathy and love of learning.

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Meet Lisa Shambaugh
College Counselor

As a college counselor, I feel incredibly lucky to get to know juniors and seniors individually. I am inspired by their willingness to take risks, their abundant positivity, and their ability to recognize how they have grown and changed.

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Meet Patricia Runcie-Rice
Middle School Theatre Teacher

I hope that through exploring characters from other times, lands, life experiences, etc. students will gain a visceral sense of understanding so that they can empathize with all people.

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Meet Courtney Sockbeson
Kindergarten Teacher

It's so rewarding when parents tell you about projects that their child has started at home that were inspired by something in the classroom.

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Meet Hardeep Juttla
Second Grade Teacher

Building a happy classroom community in which we can laugh, share our struggles, and enjoy each other’s successes is paramount.

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Meet Tamara Machac
Upper School Science Teacher

The fellowship among my colleagues not only helps elevate my own teaching, but also makes me feel like a part of the community.

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Meet Dio Hernandez
Upper School French and Spanish Teacher

Every time I see students having conversations in the target language just because it's fun and useful, it is very rewarding to me, professionally and personally.

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Meet Kofi Donnelly
Science Department Head

I hope to teach my students that learning is lifelong and there really is value in trying to figure things out.

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Meet Sarah Strauss
Upper School History Teacher

I love teaching students how to conduct original research—whether in the Packer archives, for a documentary film, or their 10th Grade research paper.

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Meet Ramon Thompson
Technology Services Coordinator

I love that my colleagues and I all have the same mission: to help the Packer community through the use of technology.

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Meet Nila Fortune
College Counselor

Choosing the right college is less about its reputation and much more about finding a place that will support you as you grow into the person you hope to become.

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Meet Erin Schmitz
Independent Science Research Program Coordinator

The Independent Science Research Program is my favorite thing at Packer. I love seeing students go from having an interest in science to becoming so confident and knowledge about their research topic.

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Meet Sameer Shah
Upper School Math Teacher

Many adults see math as cold and sterile and formulaic. I think a lot about how to help my students find the joy, beauty, and creativity in math. 

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Meet Aaron Heflich Shapiro
Manager of Development Services

My colleagues truly embody the spirit of Packer’s Mission Statement and are some of the kindest, warmest, and smartest people I’ve ever worked with!

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Meet Jamie Lilly
Lower School Literacy Coordinator

It is essential that we teach students to understand different perspectives. Reading is a great way to facilitate this because books can serve as mirrors and windows.

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Meet Chad Austino
Latin Teacher

I hope to teach my students to be self learners. We are all students for life, and the more curious and engaged we are in the world, the more rewarding our lives will be. 

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Meet June Alpert
Middle School Math Teacher

Some of the best times in math class happen when students have a “lightbulb” moment, and they exclaim, “Oh, now I get it!” It is very satisfying for them and me.

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Meet Sadelle Chain
Middle School Core Teacher

In both the intellectual and personal realms, I hope my students will continue to always ask themselves the questions we base our 6th Grade Core course on: Whose perspective am I hearing? Whose may be left out?  

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Meet Chris Natale
Math Specialist (K-6)

One of my favorite parts of the curriculum is helping kids to think about how to be good problem solvers. It’s hugely important to teach them how to start with a plan and work from there. 

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Meet Rashad Randolph
Upper School Spanish Teacher

I always hope to teach my students how to have respect and appreciation for all members of our community. Everyone plays a huge role in their education.

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Meet Patrick Kieffer
Middle School Core Teacher

All my colleagues work hard to engage fully with our students and they're always looking to improve their practice and their kids' experiences.

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Meet Jonathan Farmer
Fourth Grade Teacher

One of the most important things I hope my students come away with as they go off to Middle School is that with a growth mindset, the impossible becomes possible.

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Meet Patrick Sandiford
Maintenance Team Member

Knowing that my day will be filled with humor, no matter how hard the task may be, is very satisfying. I thank my colleagues for that.

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Meet Kate Meyer
Middle School History Teacher

My colleagues are really talented educators, and my students are some of the finest kids I've ever worked with.

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Meet Sandra Fahy
Upper School History Teacher

I love teaching all of my electives, but I think I like Cultural Anthropology the most. This is partly because it's my background, but I also enjoy seeing students respond to a new disciplinary approach to studying the world.

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Meet Semeka Smith-Williams
Director of Diversity and Equity

When I watch our student leaders take a topic and bring their ideas to it, and witness their readiness to explore challenging questions with others in our community, it brings me joy and appreciation for being an educator.

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Meet Sheila Bogan
Middle and Upper School Admission Director and Director of Financial Aid

I take great pride when the kids that we accept into this community make a major impact, from presenting their findings from years of research in the Science Research Program to choreographing a piece in the Dance Concert.

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Meet Pippa Mayell
Physical Education Teacher

One of the greatest things about working at Packer is the opportunity to learn from colleagues. The energy, the enthusiasm, and the dedication to be found across all disciplines and divisions are inspiring!

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Meet Mandy Stallings
Dance Teacher

It's always such a thrill when Dance Concert season comes along. Being able to work with the Upper School choreography class and help the dancers to bring their artistic visions to life is such a joy.

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Meet Bruce Dennis
Head of School

I love my colleagues' dedication and commitment to their students. I am constantly impressed by the faculty and staff's work ethic and their high level of engagement with our students.

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Meet Shanique Hollis
Food Services Team Member

Students feel comfortable talking to me about anything. Sometimes I give them creative ideas for how to go about things. Once, an Upper School soccer player was having a hard time. She was worrying: "We're not going to win [our game], we're not going to win!" I encouraged her, and the team ended up winning!

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Meet Jeremy Udden
Instrumental Music Teacher

My students never cease to amaze me — the way they look at a problem or find a solution in a way that I could never have anticipated. Their creativity drives me.

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Meet Rita Pavia
Permanent Substitute Teacher

My favorite thing about Packer is the way that students from different divisions engage with each other. I love that they have the opportunity to do so through activities that facilitate reaching outside their normal circles of interaction.

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Meet Dallas Rico
Spanish Teacher

I like the diversity of the student body. I believe that diversity enhances the educational experiences of everyone involved because we learn about each other's backgrounds and perspectives.

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Meet Andrew Parson
Library Department Head

Packer is a place where I can help students do anything from researching why the Mayan empire collapsed to hanging drywall in a Baltimore Habit for Humanity site.

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Meet Stephanie Rapciak
Middle School Science Teacher

I most enjoy the times when students are engaged in design work in my classroom, such as developing experiments to explore force. It is rewarding and inspiring to see students take creative control and think of new and interesting solutions.

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Meet Alicia White
Dance Teacher

The relationships that I've made with both my colleagues and my students are the most memorable. Having space and time to create and collaborate with one another allows you to see each other through a different lens.

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Meet George Snook
Upper School History Teacher

My favorite thing about Packer is our diversity. People sense it when they enter the building. We encourage and respect each other for our differences as well as our similarities.

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Meet Yvonne Menard
Pre and Lower School Admissions Coordinator

My favorite things about Packer are our vibrant community and our commitment to diversity.

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Meet Lutz Holzinger
Upper School Science Teacher

My favorite moments are the times my students take charge of the class and have insightful discussions about a topic or problem, while I observe their discourse from the sidelines.

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Meet Joanna Stern
Third Grade Teacher

I am always in awe of what our students bring to class discussions on topics such as identity, literacy, math, social studies, our classroom community, and beyond—I am always learning from them!

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Meet Nick Griffith
Security Team Member

My favorite thing about Packer is the friendly interactions among the faculty, staff, students, and parents. I have a unique perspective of the school from the front desk.

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Meet Louis Rios
Hallmaster

I totally love my mornings at Packer. Getting to watch the students grow and mature year after year is just awesome.

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Meet Dorothy Gurreri
Physical Education and Health Teacher

I am happy every day coming to work, and I am very fortunate to have chosen a field that brings me such pleasure.

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Meet Paul Riggio
Instrumental Music Coordinator

One of my favorite things about Packer is the myriad of simply lovely and interesting people with whom I have had more than passing relationships: students, faculty, staff, and parents alike.

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Meet César Ayala
Middle School Administrative Assistant

One of my favorite things to do at Packer is learn about the lives of all of our students. I love talking to them about things that are not related to school. We don't talk politics; we talk about everything else—and that fills me with energy.

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Meet Lydia Monzio
Administrative Assistant for Student Services, College Counseling

I love our caring community, our wonderful students, the friends I have made, and the way I have grown as a person here.

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Meet Tené Adero Howard
Director of Global Outreach, Service, and Sustainability

My favorite event is probably the Dance Concert. It is such an amazing example of student leadership and creativity. I also feel deeply connected to this Packer tradition because it was such an important event to me while I was a student here.

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Meet Luciean Seaforth
Facilities Staff Member (and Packer DJ)

My favorite thing is being around the kids and my coworkers. The atmosphere and the environment at Packer — it's just nice.

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Meet Esther Liu Harris
Middle and Upper School Choral Director

My favorite thing about Packer is that it supports teacher professional growth, creates space for community members to discuss important social issues, and encourages students and faculty to challenge themselves.

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Meet Tim Jensen
Fourth Grade Teacher

I love the cycle of each school year, and it never bores me. Students and teachers start in September as relative strangers, getting to know one another as we begin working together.

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Meet Bessie Oster
Middle School Dean of Student Life and Health Teacher

I think I am always striving to create experiences for our Middle Schoolers that I wish I'd had as a kid — and I love that many of my students and colleagues at Packer are up for the adventure.

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Meet Ali Boag
Chair of the Arts Department

My favorite thing about Packer is the people. And the amazing courses students follow. Oh... and the garden area at the back.

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Meet Irene Turner
First Grade Teacher

I love working in a PreK to 12 school where I have the opportunity to see my former students grow and develop into such caring, reflective, open, and confident individuals.

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Meet Monika Johnston
Upper School History Teacher

I am in awe of our students. Their energy, motivation, and sense of agency are an inspiration to me as both a teacher and a life-long learner.

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Meet Louis Minsky
Upper School Computer Science Teacher

There's something incredibly satisfying about watching a student who has been struggling with a problem and seeing the moment that they get it to work.

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Meet Chris Rush
Lower School Librarian

I really enjoy being with the students. Their energy and excitement inspire me and I learn so much from them every day.

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Meet Ann Martinez
Food Services Member

My favorite thing about Packer is when kids come here at age three and I watch them grow up! I feel close to them and bond with them.

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Meet Rich Domanico
Physical Education Teacher and Coach

Through the years, my favorite thing about Packer has been the students that I have had the privilege to coach. Whether on a soccer field or a basketball court, our student athletes conduct themselves with class and a remarkable work ethic.

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Meet Todd Johnson
Middle School English Teacher

I love the fact that individuality is embraced at Packer. I would be hard pressed to describe the typical Packer student (or teacher, for that matter) because everyone is encouraged to be themselves.

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Meet Lynnette Arthur
Preschool Teacher

The relationships with fellow teachers, staff, parents, and children that we at Packer encounter every year are monumental, and extend beyond the classroom.

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Meet Eric Baylin
Upper School Art Teacher

My favorite thing about Packer is the enthusiasm and creativity of the students. I am inspired by their willingness to test the boundaries of their own ideas and their readiness to explore new possibilities.

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Meet Su-Ling Huang
World Languages Teacher

My favorite thing about Packer is the diversity in the faculty and student body. Packer offers a wealth of opportunities for students to explore a variety of languages and cultures.

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Meet Alice Lurain
Upper School Science Teacher

I love that every day as I walk through the halls of Packer, I exchange greetings with students, faculty, and staff. It is a wonderfully welcoming and affirming feeling to be seen and acknowledged with warmth, and often, with enthusiasm.

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Meet Cameron Lemley
Upper School Math Teacher

Mathematics is a universal language and a powerful investigative tool, and it can be used to effect positive social change. It provides a very discerning lens through which we can inspect our world.

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Meet Anne Montero
Kindergarten Teacher

Last year, a group of Middle School students led our Kindergartners in an art project and discussion about identity. The confidence, patience and tenderness with which the Middle School students led the activity reaffirmed for me why it's so fantastic to be a member of this community.

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