PSCS staff members are people who demonstrate outstanding character and a commitment to lifelong learning.
Because of the unique structure the school—emphasizing passion, authentic learning, and a steadfast promise to maintain a supportive environment—PSCS is an attractive place to work. As a result, when we have staff openings we are able to select the best applicants from an extraordinarily rich talent pool. Additionally, staff members tend to stay at the school once they've been hired. Our current staff has over 75 combined years of working at PSCS!
Part of what makes the school such an attractive place for teachers is because we encourage them to offer activities that interest and excite them. Where most schools hire teachers to teach one narrow field of study, PSCS hires teachers based on character and their ability to bring their whole selves to work each day.
PSCS Board member, Daisy Gilman, was introduced to PSCS through staff member Scobie Puchtler. She has been a friend, volunteer, and supporter of PSCS since 2013. “Kindness and compassion” as an approach to PSCS’ philosophy is what draws Daisy to PSCS. Spending time with students and staff is her favorite way to volunteer. Besides facilitating classes such as Coffee Grows on Trees, and Handwrite Thank You Notes, Daisy also chaperoned students on overnight snowshoeing trips at Mt. Rainier with staff member Chrissy Wakeling. When time allows, she serves as a volunteer driver. She currently serves on the PSCS Finance Committee...Read More