St. Anne’s is an independent, PS-8 co-educational school enrolling approximately 430 students from across the Denver metro area.
Mission: St. Anne’s Episcopal School educates minds, enriches hearts and expands horizons.
Community Expectations & Aspirations
The work of the faculty is ultimately to serve as role models for our students. In our Portrait of a Graduate, we declare that our graduates "are morally grounded; advocate courageously for themselves and others; are empathetic and inclusive; respect themselves, others, and their environment; communicate effectively; think critically and creatively; are committed to learning; are resilient through challenges and humble in successes; play, laugh, and build friendships; and seek physical, mental, and spiritual balance through reflection and gratitude." So too is our expectation for our faculty and staff.
Love children, their potential for continuous growth, and their need to be truly seen and heard
Embrace differences, difficulties, and defining teachable moments
Support every family’s growing understanding of their child with compassion and partnership
Strengthen connection and relationship with families to better support students
Learn and grow with and from colleagues
Ask for help and give it freely
Responsibilities for Assistant Teachers
Promote skills and strategies for a joyful classroom environment
Nurture meaningful relationships with students
Incorporate lens of justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI) across the curriculum in both planning and delivery
Plan and prepare specific curricular responsibilities
Collaborate with the lead teacher across classroom needs
Support classroom neurodiversity and social-emotional spectrum in tandem with the lead teacher
Participate in and contribute to communication with families
Utilize technology intentionally and demonstrate an interest in learning about new tools
Actively seek out professional development opportunities
Contribute to community-wide needs and other duties as assigned