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Emma Hendrie

Emma Hendrie,
Co-ordinator, Student Recruiting
416-483-4325, ext. 1220
studentrecruiting@bss.on.ca
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Careers at The Bishop Strachan School

Everything we do at BSS is in support of girls’ learning. We empower our students to become confident and compassionate women, tomorrow’s transformational leaders. This happens because our faculty and staff are the very best at what they do, and are inspired to contribute in meaningful ways to our Culture of Powerful Learning.

Working at BSS

At BSS you have the opportunity to immerse yourself in an unparalleled setting, with access to innovative tools, support and resources. If you enjoy a diverse and dynamic workplace, and share our commitment to high standards, we invite you to explore a career with BSS.

We thank all candidates in advance and will contact only those selected for an interview.

We believe that diversity in our school fosters an inclusive and creative environment, and we encourage all qualified applicants to apply.

The Bishop Strachan School is committed to providing accommodation for persons with disabilities. If you require accommodations, please contact Elisabeth Gsoels, Administrative Assistant, Human Resources and Finance at 416-483-4325, ext. 1163 or by email at EGsoels@bss.on.ca.

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The Bishop Strachan School (BSS) is an undisputed leader in girls’ education. It is within this dynamic, creative and nurturing setting that girls acquire the academic tools, the life skills and the personal confidence to become tomorrow’s leaders. BSS is a leading-edge, year-round, day and boarding school for girls, located in mid-town Toronto, with a student population of 900 JK to Grade 12 students. BSS prepares its students to meet the challenges of tomorrow’s world by focusing on the whole girl – her development in academics, athletics and the arts, as well as her emotional, spiritual and physical well-being. At BSS, girls are given the space, the encouragement and the tools to pursue all of their dreams.

To support our mission of providing our students with the best educational experience, we strive for excellence in every facet of the organization – including providing a stimulating, creative and lively work environment that attracts the best staff and faculty. We are seeking the right candidate to fill the position of:

Boarding Advisor

One Year Contract

Reports to: Dean of Boarding

Indirectly Reports to: Boarding Program Co-ordinators

Liaises with: Boarding Staff

Student Services Counselors

Summary of Position:

The Boarding Advisor assists the Boarding Program Co-ordinators in providing a safe, healthy, and supportive environment for all girls in our Boarding community. She is responsible for leading a small family group of girls as well as participating in routine supervision of all boarders in conjunction with other Boarding staff. She is expected to care for all boarders in the program in accordance with the BSS Code of Conduct, the Boarding Handbook, and the school’s vision, mission and values.

Key Responsibilities Include:

  • Assists the Boarding Program Co-ordinators to ensure the health, safety and welfare of all boarders. This includes carrying out shifts in the Boarding office, updating daily logs and reports, executing various safety, social, and attendance rounds as assigned, supervising meals, assisting with the evening study program, administering basic first aid and occasionally escorting students to medical clinics and the hospital
  • Assists with the planning of various creative experiences and outings for the boarders including weekend activities, start-of-year orientation, and special events
  • Leads, supervises, and promotes field trips, excursions and on-site activities for Boarding students (arts and crafts, culinary, cultural and educational experiences)
  • Takes specific and comprehensive care of the girls assigned to her family group and communicates effectively with their parents, teachers, and Student Services counselors
  • Ensures that the aims and objectives of the Boarding Program Curriculum are met
  • Keeps the Dean of Boarding and the Boarding Program Co-ordinators fully informed of any issues relating to students or other matters in boarding
  • Adheres to the policies and procedures of the school and the Boarding Program (as outlined in the Boarding Handbook)
  • Works to engender a feeling of respect and trust between boarders and staff
  • Intervenes in situations where the safety and well-being of the student is compromised
  • Acts as a student advocate by protecting and promoting the right to privacy and confidentiality
  • Active member of the defibrillator team, first responder to emergencies in the school and assists with regular Boarding Fire Drills in conjunction with other Boarding staff
  • Participates in regular Professional Learning and contributes to the department’s body of knowledge
  • Maintains professional accountability, responsibility and behavior
  • Remains flexible and undertakes any other responsibilities, in a variety of circumstances, as may reasonably be required by the Dean of Boarding or the Boarding Program Co-ordinators
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Skills, Experience and Attributes Include:

  • University degree/college diploma in a related area of discipline
  • Relevant experience working with students from Grades 7 to 12 including living/working in a residential or camping environment
  • Understanding of the developmental stages of adolescent girls including their health and wellness needs
  • Understanding of the importance of diversity in implementing an inclusive world-view
  • Current Standard First Aid, CPR, Red Cross/LSS and NLS certifications are an asset
  • Understanding of the ethical framework that influences and maintains a healthy boarding community
  • Proven leadership skills
  • Is a learner and is able to model learning
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrated empathetic approach and patient demeanor
  • Demonstrated positive, enthusiastic approach to learning and engagement
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines
  • Excellent judgment and decision-making ability
  • Sense of humour and perspective

Terms and Conditions:

  • The position begins August 16, 2017 and ends June 22, 2018 with an option for renewal for a second year.
  • The position is a live-in position in a furnished apartment (suitable for one person only) within the Boarding school. Guests (including overnight guests) are not allowed when Boarding is in session due to the location of the apartment. The apartment and meals are provided as a taxable benefit. Pets are not permitted.
  • The Boarding Advisor sleeps on-site when on duty (10 of the 14 days during each two-week period). The schedule, prepared by the Dean of Boarding, is composed of various day/evening/overnight and weekend shifts. Boarding Advisors must remain available for days and weekends as scheduled and for emergency on-call support as noted on the schedule. Some planning, parent contact, and school/Boarding events fall outside the standard schedule as do the start and end of year.

Interested applicants should forward a cover letter and resume to Human Resources at The Bishop Strachan School by email to careers@bss.on.ca indicating Boarding Advisor in the subject line.

We thank all candidates in advance. We will, however, contact only those selected for an interview. We believe that diversity in our School fosters a rich, inclusive and creative environment. We are actively engaged in building a more diverse school and encourage all qualified applicants to apply.

The Bishop Strachan School (BSS) is a truly unique organization that stands apart as a leader in education, and particularly in education for girls. BSS is a year round, day and boarding school located in mid-town Toronto. A beautiful setting and an extraordinary staff and faculty, round out the many opportunities for growth in this environment. As the Facilities Staff Member, you will work with highly experienced colleagues in a professional and creative team environment. Excellence is the defining attribute of BSS. We are seeking exceptionally skilled and experienced candidates to fill the position of:

Facilities Security Staff Member

Reports to: Facilities Co-ordinator

Indirectly Reports to: Facilities Manager

Liaises with: Facilities staff, Administrative Specialists

Summary of Position:

The Facilities Security Staff Member is responsible for providing front-line security services in order to maintain a safe and secure environment for all students, staff, boarders, families, visitors and service providers to BSS after school hours and to ensure the safety of the building. As such, it is expected that the Facilities Security Staff Member will meet, greet and direct all arrivals in a friendly, professional and efficient manner ensuring the school’s security procedures are appropriately handled and will complete patrols as scheduled. The Facilities Security Staff Member works in a procedural, consensus-building manner with faculty, students, parents, and staff in keeping with the school’s vision, philosophy and strategic plan.

Specific Accountabilities Include:

  • Provides professional and friendly customer service and direction to members of the BSS community and the public
  • Tracks and monitors visitors and assigns appropriate security documentation
  • Monitors the school’s weekly room booking calendar to understand school and external group events
  • Answers main phone lines
  • Assists with traffic flow during school dismissal periods throughout the year
  • Monitors the main lobbies, entrances and other areas of the school through rounds and by utilizing the closed circuit television (CCTV) and access control system
  • Establishes routine interior and exterior patrols during shift
  • Performs regular audit of CCTV system to ensure all cameras are recording and reports any defective cameras to Facilities team
  • Maintains written reports and records through security documentation reports
  • Continually strives to improve security measures within the school
  • Creates and maintains accurate school security policies and procedures
  • Adheres to all security policies and procedures
  • Works collaboratively with the Facilities team to respond to emergencies (i.e. fire alarms, water leaks, power failures, etc.) and with the Administrative Specialists Team to ensure proper protocols are adhered to
  • Follows effective and appropriate Health and Safety practices
  • Participates in regular Professional Learning and contributes to the department’s body of knowledge
  • Other related duties as assigned.

Skills, Experience and Attributes Include:

  • Strong customer-service focus
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, both in person and over the phone
  • Demonstrated professionalism including reliability
  • Proven ability to be vigilant with respect to security issues
  • Ability to observe accurately, recall faces, names, descriptive characteristics and facts of incidents and locations
  • Working knowledge of current effective security measures
  • Working knowledge of fire prevention, fire control, evacuation and lockdown procedures
  • Valid Ontario Security Guard License is an asset
  • Proven ability to exercise good judgment
  • Ability to use computer software and computer technology at an intermediate level
  • Effective team-player who also has the ability to work independently
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • Proven ability to take initiative
  • Sense of humour

Terms and Conditions:

This is a new in-house position in a dynamic, collaborative work environment and will be covering the afternoon shift. It is a 12-month position and carries an attractive compensation package including health and pension benefits.

Interested applicants should forward a cover letter and resume to Human Resources at The Bishop Strachan School by email to careers@bss.on.ca indicating Facilities Security Staff Member in the subject line.

We thank all candidates in advance. We will, however, contact only those selected for an interview. We believe that diversity in our school fosters a rich, inclusive and creative environment. We are actively engaged in building a more diverse school and encourage all qualified applicants to apply.

Internationally acclaimed for its unique environment and expertise in the particular learning needs of girls, The Bishop Strachan School (BSS) has built a reputation over its long history as an undisputed leader in education. Offering a challenging, lively and creative atmosphere and a roster of uniquely qualified faculty and staff, BSS inspires each student to find her passion, pursue her dreams and reach her potential through a rigorous academic program. Helping students become smart, independent, compassionate young women, BSS provides the tools, technology and innovation required to thrive in post-secondary pursuits and beyond. Our unique whole girl approach, commitment to excellence and embodiment of strong values create a profound and powerful learning environment within a supportive, engaged community.

To support our mission of providing our students with the best educational experience, we strive for excellence in every facet of the organization – including providing a stimulating, creative and lively work environment that attracts the best staff and faculty. We are seeking the right candidate to fill the position of:

Junior School Executive Assistant

Reports to: Junior School Principal Indirectly Reports To: Junior School Vice Principal

Summary of Position:

The Junior School Executive Assistant works closely with the Junior School office team. S/he provides a full range of administrative support, ensuring the smooth and efficient running of the Junior School (JS) office with the highest standards of customer service. As well, the Executive Assistant acts as the initial contact for the Junior School Principal and Vice Principal and liaises with parents, students, faculty, administration, external contacts and volunteers.

Specific Accountabilities Include:

  • Provides day-to-day administrative support to the Junior School Principal and Vice Principal including: setting of appointments, correspondence, calendar preparation, invitations, and flyers, as well as filing, and other administrative functions
  • Attends to the communication of key JS events to the JS community via myBSS, News You Can Use and other school vehicles
  • Handles confidential matters relating to the Junior School
  • Manages the overall efficiency of the administrative functions of the JS office, and collaborates with the Junior School Administrative Assistant/Receptionist to ensure that responsibilities and tasks, both strategic/operational, are completed efficiently
  • Collaborates with the Junior School Administrative Assistant/Receptionist to ensure reception is covered throughout the day
  • Proactively recommends improvements to procedures in matters pertaining to the Junior School Office
  • Participates in meetings with respect to matters pertaining to equipment, space and purchases for the Junior School Office
  • Maintains updated filing using the school’s Records Management System
  • Screens, sorts and delivers incoming mail and processes outgoing mail  Participates in the Administrative Specialists Team meetings
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Skills, Experience and Attributes Include:

  • Minimum 3 to 5 years administrative experience, preferably working in an educational setting. Strong technology skills – specifically knowledge of Microsoft Office, Apple iWorks and basics of graphic design and layout
  • Experience with and interest in working with children and their families
  • Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent customer relations skills
  • Flexibility and problem-solving skills
  • Team player
  • Ability to work some evenings – e.g. Curriculum Nights, Student Conferences and other school events
  • Ability to multi-task, prioritize and work with interruptions
  • Ability to work creatively, collaboratively and independently
  • Sense of humour Interested applicants should forward a cover letter and resume to Human Resources at The Bishop Strachan School by email to careers@bss.on.ca indicating Junior School Executive Assistant position in the subject line.

Interested applicants should forward a cover letter and resume to Human Resources at The Bishop Strachan School by email to careers@bss.on.ca indicating Junior School Executive Assistant in the subject line.

We thank all candidates in advance. We will, however, contact only those selected for an interview. We believe that diversity in our school fosters a rich, inclusive and creative environment. We are actively engaged in building a more diverse school and encourage all qualified applicants to apply.

Internationally acclaimed for its unique environment and expertise in the particular learning needs of girls, The Bishop Strachan School (BSS) has built a reputation over its long history as an undisputed leader in education. Offering a challenging, lively and creative atmosphere and a roster of uniquely qualified faculty and staff, BSS inspires each student to find her passion, pursue her dreams and reach her potential through a rigorous academic program. Helping students become smart, independent, compassionate young women, BSS provides the tools, technology and innovation required to thrive in post-secondary pursuits and beyond. Our unique whole girl approach, commitment to excellence and embodiment of strong values create a profound and powerful learning environment within a supportive, engaged community.

To support our mission of providing our students with the best educational experience, we strive for excellence in every facet of the organization – including providing a stimulating, creative and lively work environment that attracts the best staff and faculty. We are seeking the right candidate to fill the position of:

Learning Commons Media Technician

Reports to:

Learning Commons Co-ordinator

Learning Commons Department Head

Liaises with:

Junior School Teacher Librarian

Summary of Position:

Reporting to the Co-ordinator and Head of Learning Commons, the Learning Commons Media Technician is primarily responsible for cataloguing, collection maintenance, circulation and administration of resource materials, as well as providing first level technical support and reference assistance to students, faculty, parents and staff.

Specific Accountabilities Include:

Acquisitions:

  • Orders all print materials for JS, MS and SS collections
  • Acquires and maintains electronic materials for all collections
  • Tracks budget expenditures

Cataloguing

  • Catalogues print and non-print materials using Follett Destiny, and creates/updates bibliographic records
  • Catalogues and imports new material records
  • Manages catalogue maintenance
  • Oversees and processes materials to shelf-ready status
  • Processes serials and other continuing resources and manages the print periodical collection
  • Performs pre-cataloguing functions: receiving, updating item status, sorting, and shelving in preparation for full cataloguing
  • Maintains knowledge of current trends in professional cataloging rules and standards for example MARC, AACR, RDA, DEWEY

Collection Maintenance

  • Performs shelving and shelf-reading
  • Oversees volunteers as required
  • Participates in and co-ordinates inventories
  • Compiles display materials
  • Maintains library order on a daily basis

Circulation

  • Performs circulation duties for staff and students and manages circulation issues
  • Monitors and maintains user accounts and access levels on Integrated Library System (Destiny)
  • Creates various library and user reports as necessary

Reference Assistance and Technical Support

  • Provides reference and readers’ advisory services and assists users with catalogue and electronic database searches
  • Provides first level technical support by assisting students with basic technology problems regarding computer software and hardware
  • Handles basic equipment problems with printers, scanners and wireless access
  • Assists with maintenance of printers and photocopiers
  • Utilizes and provides support of Google tools and products as a learning management system

General

  • Participates in the Administrative Specialist Team meetings
  • Orders office and library supplies
  • Participates in professional learning activities
  • Commits to the Staff Growth and Evaluation Program
  • Performs other related responsibilities as required

Skills, Experience and Attributes Include:

  • Graduate of a Library Technician Program with an emphasis on media and digital literacies
  • Experience in an educational environment preferred
  • Adept at the effective use of online library databases, curricular pathfinders and other digital and online resources
  • Keen interest and understanding of emerging technologies and current Web tools
  • Familiarity with Cataloguers Desktop, OCLC Connexion, WebDewey, and AMICUS
  • Advanced familiarity with library OPACs, library automation and ILS modules
  • Proven strength in Microsoft Office, Google tools and products
  • Strong problem-solving skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills in order to work well with staff and students
  • Ability to work independently with interruptions within a team environment
  • Proven ability to multitask and take initiative
  • Ability to lift up to 25 pounds and push heavy book carts
  • Curiosity and a sense of humour

Interested applicants should forward a cover letter and resume to Human Resources at The Bishop Strachan School by email to careers@bss.on.ca indicating Learning Commons Media Technician in the subject line.

We thank all candidates in advance. We will, however, contact only those selected for an interview. We believe that diversity in our school fosters a rich, inclusive and creative environment. We are actively engaged in building a more diverse school and encourage all qualified applicants to apply.

Internationally acclaimed for its unique environment and expertise in the particular learning needs of girls, The Bishop Strachan School (BSS) has built a reputation over its long history as an undisputed leader in education. Offering a challenging, lively and creative atmosphere and a roster of uniquely qualified faculty and staff, BSS inspires each student to find her passion, pursue her dreams and reach her potential through a rigorous academic program. Helping students become smart, independent, compassionate young women, BSS provides the tools, technology and innovation required to thrive in post-secondary pursuits and beyond. Our unique whole girl approach, commitment to excellence and embodiment of strong values create a profound and powerful learning environment within a supportive, engaged community.

To support our mission of providing our students with the best educational experience, we strive for excellence in every facet of the organization – including providing a stimulating, creative and lively work environment that attracts the best staff and faculty. We are seeking the right candidate to fill the position of:

Technology and Innovation Coordinator, One Year Appointment, August 2017 – August 2018

Reports to:

Technology and Innovation Help Desk Manager

Summary of Position:

The Technology and Innovation (TI) Coordinator is responsible for the development of online modules, instructional and training materials. This position is responsible for onboarding new faculty and staff into the BSS technology environment and other training as required. This position will coordinate a variety of technology projects. In addition, the TI Coordinator will support day-to-day Help Desk activities as needed.

Specific Accountabilities Include:

  • Develops and maintains a BSS repository of online training resources, including modules, courses, FAQ’s and myBSS Technology and Innovation (TI) Groups. Works collaboratively with other team members and School Administration to provide input into teacher and student skills development
  • Collaborates and consults with staff, faculty and students to understand where technology skills development is required, on an ongoing basis
  • Promotes self-help philosophy for all BSS users, whereby students, teachers and staff would be directed to self-help repositories and other resources that provide easy “how to” help
  • Provides onboarding technology training for new and returning faculty and staff, via online or F2F
  • Provides, with other team members, a check-in with new staff on their ability to use BSS systems
  • Coordinates implementation of technology projects, including but is not limited to, research, work-back plan and schedules, task coordination, update communications and training requirements
  • Provides and documents front line technical support to users, both staff and students – in person, on the phone and online via the Help Desk ticket system
  • Follows up with users both F2F and online to communicate status of problem resolution and ensure that user needs are met
  • Assists in the research and development of current and new Help Desk processes and systems
  • Helps in the setup of new systems, as requested, as well as provides input and just-in-time training where required
  • Other related duties as assigned.

Skills, Experience and Attributes Include:

  • Related degree, diploma or other relevant training
  • Excellent experience in the development of training materials both for face-to-face instruction, online and self-help
  • Excellent project management experience
  • Technical proficiency and experience installing, maintaining, and troubleshooting a variety of Mac and PC hardware and software in a professional, enterprise environment
  • Experience in use of a Help Desk ticketing system
  • Excellent verbal and written skills
  • Organizational and multi-tasking skills -able to handle multiple priorities in a professional manner
  • Team player with strong interpersonal and customer service skills, initiative and judgment needed to interact with students, colleagues, staff and vendors
  • Sense of humour

Interested applicants should forward a cover letter and resume to Human Resources at The Bishop Strachan School by email to careers@bss.on.ca indicating Technology and Innovation Coordinator in the subject line.

We thank all candidates in advance. We will, however, contact only those selected for an interview. We believe that diversity in our school fosters a rich, inclusive and creative environment. We are actively engaged in building a more diverse school and encourage all qualified applicants to apply.

Founded in 1867, The Bishop Strachan School (BSS) is Canada’s oldest day and boarding school for girls, offering rigorous academic programs and a full co-curricular program to challenge and inspire every student. With an expert faculty, skilled staff, state-of-the-art resources, and a dynamic and supportive environment, BSS is a leading school for girls in Junior Kindergarten to Grade 12, and an exceptional workplace for those committed to excellence, innovation and continuous learning. We are seeking exceptional candidates to fill the position of:

Student Recruiting Associate Junior and Middle Schools

Reports to: Assistant Head, Enrolment Management

Summary of Position:

The Student Recruiting Associate – JS and MS, as part of the Enrolment Management Team, ensures the admission levels are at capacity and students accepted into the school meet admissions criteria and support the Vision, Mission and Values of The Bishop Strachan School. Although involved with and supportive of recruiting initiatives across the school, the Student Recruiting Associate takes the lead responsibility on Junior School recruitment. The Associate works with the Assistant Head, Enrolment Management and is the key contact for Junior School prospective families.

Specific Accountabilities Include:

  • Together with the Student Recruiting Team identifies and solidifies current markets and determines new and emerging markets for BSS
  • With the oversight of the Assistant Head, Enrolment Management and working closely with the Student Recruiting Team, ensures suitable evaluation and assessment processes for prospective students in the Junior School, ensuring alignment with the evaluation and assessment – JK through Grade 12
  • Focuses recruitment efforts on Junior and Middle School, with support from the Assistant Head, Enrolment Management and the Student Recruiting Team.
  • Plans and co-ordinates the admissions/interview schedules with the Assistant Head, Enrolment Management
  • Liaises with the Junior School and Middle School Leadership teams and the Director of Community Relations regarding parent correspondence for newly enrolled families in the Junior and Middle School
  • Works in collaboration with the Student Recruiting Team and the Director of Community Relations to refine and further develop the New Parent strategy each year.
  • Co-ordinates with the Student Recruiting Associate – Administrative and External Outreach to ensure recruitment documentation are fully aligned
  • In collaboration with the Student Recruiting Team develops and implements effective Open Houses, ‘Coffee Connects’ and Student Transition Days for newly enrolled and prospective applicants and families
  • Collects and analyzes data throughout the recruiting cycle in order to build and maintain a strong applicant pipeline
  • Works with members of the Enrolment Management Team to provide input into the development of recruiting print material and digital communications outreach
  • Travels and supports the school at regional, national and international education events
  • Supports recruiting efforts for all areas of the school
  • Works with the Student Recruiting Team to ensure all documentation, application information and statistics are recorded in a timely and efficient manner.
  • Maintains confidentiality
  • Some travel and evening/weekend work
  • Other related responsibilities as appropriate

Skills, Experience and Attributes Include:

  • Minimum 3-5 years’ experience in a fast-paced, multi-faceted office
  • Minimum 5-7 years admissions experience and/or related experience within an independent school or post-secondary school setting
  • Teaching experience is an asset
  • Additional language a definite asset – Mandarin, Spanish, French, etc.
  • Understanding of the BSS school-wide curricula and educational philosophy.
  • Proven ability to develop strong professional relationships with applicants and families.
  • An understanding of the developmental needs of girls and young women
  • Demonstrated understanding of diversity within a global perspective
  • Ability to recognize and strategically analyze market trends affecting student recruiting e.g., economic and demographic issues
  • Ability to take individual initiative and work collaboratively within a team approach and across school divisions
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, including strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Proven ability to think creatively
  • Superb organizational skills
  • Excellent problem-solving skills
  • Technological expertise with an emphasis on the Blackbaud system and Google docs
  • Proven ability to multi-task and to work under time pressures in a cyclical environment
  • Commitment to and interest in working to further the BSS Vision, Mission and Values and a belief that Girls Can do Anything
  • Commitment to the Culture of Powerful Learning and the Signature of a BSS Girl
  • Sense of humour and perspective

Interested applicants should forward a cover letter and resume to Human Resources at The Bishop Strachan School by email to careers@bss.on.ca indicating Student Recruiting Associate – Junior and Middle Schools in the subject line.

We thank all candidates in advance. We will, however, contact only those selected for an interview. We believe that diversity in our School fosters a rich, inclusive and creative environment. We are actively engaged in building a more diverse school and encourage all qualified applicants to apply.

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