Bus Monitor (Current Employee) – Mesa, AZ – March 7, 2017
I go to work at 5;55 and do two shifts. the best part of my job is working with the kids and building friendships with the bus drivers. I have learned to work well with all kinds of people. Many of the parents of our students are of other cultures and I have learned to serve them and help children who are scared or crying to have a good time on the bus before they go to school.
breaks in between shifts
early hours and working with children with behavioral issues
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – March 6, 2017
I began with Mesa Public schools as a cook in the cafeteria. I then became the cashier. I was able to interact with the students daily and assist the rest of the staff with feeding over 600 students in less then an hour.
Adapted PE Instructional Assistant (Current Employee) – Mesa, AZ – February 20, 2017
I work with special education kids and love it. They make my day a lot better with each day. The people I work with are also great and even being the youngest there they make me feel like I'm as old as them and take what I have experienced with kids into account.
Special Education Bus Attendant (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – January 31, 2017
Woke up early everyday, got off early! Best job right out of high school. Learned how to understand special education students day in day out. Hardest part of the day was most likely waiting for the buses to warm up.
Risk Management Specialist (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – January 4, 2017
Extremely busy office. When claims were filed against the school district it was my job to try to settle the claim. I had to research the claim and see if the district was at fault or if the claimant was.
Interesting work. Different and challenging.
Frustrating when a claim had to be denied and then the claimant got angry.
Excellent experience working with highly dedicated individuals
Library Resource Center Specialist (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – December 18, 2016
The five years spent working for Mesa Public Schools was a highlight of my career. I thoroughly enjoyed working with everyone from the administrators, teachers, staff and, of course, the students. It was a major decision on my part to leave the profession in order to relocate to the East Coast. It was my privilege to be a part of the public education system at Mesa Public Schools.
Being considered as part of a family at Fremont Junior High in Mesa AZ.
Instructional Assistant (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – September 30, 2016
You roam around with kids with special needs and you just help them with everything! Walking to class, studying, homework, paying attention in class, stress. It really is making a difference and its a fun job! All activities are free for employees so endless football games and plays!
MULTI-AGE CLASSROOM TEACHER (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – September 25, 2016
Long hours with excessive amounts of paper work. Little respect for prep time. Most time set for prep is being used for meetings, increasing the amount of time needed at home to do what is best for students.
Title 1 Clerk (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – August 27, 2016
Very friendly teachers. Last supervisor great to work for. Part time do not enjoy any benefits. Opportunity to go full-time. Lots of extra curricular events for the students. Up to date on computer technology.
teacher (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – July 9, 2016
MPS is the largest district in Arizona. They take good care of their employees and support development. Their starting salary and scale could be higher given their size but it is adequate for the area.
Guest Teacher (Current Employee) – Mesa, AZ – July 7, 2016
I love my job as a Substitute Teacher. The downfall about my job, regardless of the school district is that there are no benefits. I'm writing this review because I was prompted to do so through this website. Mesa Public Schools is an excellent district. My son attends a school within this district and he loves it.
In-class instructional aide (Current Employee) – Mesa, AZ – July 5, 2016
I have been working for Mesa Public School for 11 years. They were offering benefit package after completing 6 years of service. As of now I am still working without any benefit except sick leave and some holiday pay. No insurance (health).
Bus Driver (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – June 20, 2016
Good Company if you are seeking seasonal work, a good cultural environment, and flexible job. Many opportunity throughout Mesa Public Schools... my days started with pre-trip checks and checking my daily route, which requires a time management attitude, working with a bus monitor, I truly enjoyed the daily independents and flexibility of the job.
Avid Tutor (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – May 3, 2016
- grading student's work - tutoring in student's problem areas - moves around to class to class depending on class - management is the teachers you teach with - students are the hardest and best part of the job