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Jonathan Dyer Joins Global Learning Charter Public School as a High School Math Teacher
By: PR First
A resident of Raynham, MA Dyer teaches Algebra II, Algebra II Honors, Geometry Honors and Algebra Labs to students in grades 9 through 12. Prior to teaching Dyer spent 28 years in the occupational health & safety field. He has worked as an Environmental Health, Safety and Crisis Manager for Proctor and Gamble and Coca-Cola. He most recently worked for Nexamp Solar.
Dyer holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from Bridgewater State University and earned a Master's degree in Environmental Studies from Brown University. He is a certified safety professional. He has been a coach for Special Olympics for 30 years and met his wife when both were volunteering for the organization. A native of White River Junction, VT Dyer and his wife raised their children in Raynham, MA.
"Teaching is a long time dream of mine and the position at GLCPS is a perfect opportunity. The students are amazing and the staff is so supportive,"
"Jonathan is a great addition to our professional staff," said Dr. Stephen Furtado, Executive Director of GLCPS. "His unique background and educational experience bring great value to our students. To pursue your dreams and change careers in order to dedicate yourself to educating young people sets a great example for our students."
About Global Learning Public Charter School
Open to New Bedford residents, Global Learning Charter Public School (GLCPS) is a tuition-free public charter school that currently serves 500 students in grades 5-12. Launched in 2002 as a Horace Mann charter school, GLCPS became a Commonwealth charter school in 2006. In order to generate a culture of personalization, the school setting and class sizes are deliberately small. Students, faculty and administration know each other well and teachers are able to tailor the curriculum to the needs and level of each student. GLCPS offers an exciting and challenging interdisciplinary curriculum that follows and builds upon the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks. Students learn to work collaboratively in teams, use technology meaningfully in their coursework, strengthen all elements of their communication skills, as well as develop the necessary skills to become engaged and ethical contributors to a global society. GLCPS capitalizes on the exceptional resources of the region (for example, marine sciences), and ties these resources to their curriculum and instruction. For further information please contact Amey Bissonnette, Director of Development, at 508-991-4105 or visit www.glcps.org.
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