n: High School Assistant Principal (9-12)
To Whom Responsible: High School Principal, Superintendent of Schools, Assistant Superintendents, other central office administrators as assignments designate.
For Whom Responsible: The building staff and students
Qualifications: Degree - Minimum of Master's Degree in school administration.
Certificate – Valid Missouri Administrative certification
appropriate for specific level.
Preferred Experience - Secondary or special program teaching.
Such alternative to the above qualifications as the Board may
find appropriate and acceptable.
Primary Responsibilities: To perform duties as assigned by the high school principal; to provide a quality instructional program by managing the operation of the school program, personnel, and facilities for the benefit of the students; to provide administrative leadership to the high school program.
ASSISTS IN THE FOLLOWING JOB FUNCTIONS:
1. Provides direction for the school.
2. Uses evaluation information from student assessment to assess school programs.
3. Promotes a climate for change.
4. Studies school needs and develops appropriate goals; creates and manages a long range plan for the building based upon existing/predictable trends in school and community.
5. Involves staff in systematic change process.
6. Provides for management of instruction.
7. Promotes instructional programming consistent with district objectives and state requirements.
8. Designates proper grade placement of students.
9. Prepares annual schedule of course offerings.
10. Assists special services director in carrying out the referral process and providing a program to meet the needs of handicapped students.
11. Participates as a member of the staffing team during educational evaluations.
12. Supervises the implementation of library media services.
13. Implements performance based teacher evaluation for improvement of instruction.
14. Demonstrates effective skill in the recruitment, selection and assignment of school personnel.
15. Promotes ongoing staff development.
16. Communicates standards of expected performance to students, teachers and parents.
17. Provides leadership for curriculum development and the selection of materials.
18. Demonstrates effective problem solving and decision making skills.
19. Provides for effective day by day operation of the school.
20. Maintains pupil personnel records.
21. Supervises pupil enrollment.
22. Develops master schedule for delivery of district curriculum. Develops building
23. Promotes school plan and facilities that are conducive to a positive learning environment.
24. Ensures efficient management of building resources: inventory and budget.
25. Assists with the building level implementation and evaluation of support services: food, transportation, health and custodial.
26. Promotes and maintains a positive school climate.
27. Establishes and maintains effective discipline in the school.
28. Demonstrates effective communication skills: school personnel, students, parents and
29. Demonstrates effective organizational skills.
30. Demonstrates positive interpersonal relationships with students.
31. Demonstrates positive interpersonal relationships with staff.
32. Demonstrates positive interpersonal relationships with other administrators.
33. Demonstrates positive interpersonal relationships with parents/community.
34. Implements the policies and procedures of the district (i.e. reports to the Superintendent of Schools any deviation from adopted procedures, reports to the superintendent in writing accidents that appear serious in nature or require medical attention).
35. Participates in professional growth activities.
36. Demonstrates a sense of professional responsibility.
37. Prepares reports as required by law or accrediting agencies.
38. Supervises studies and prepares reports requested by the Superintendent of Schools.
39. Conducts self at all times as a representative of the school and assists the superintendent in establishing and maintaining a good relationship with the community.
40. Completes duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Superintendent or designee.
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT
A high school assistant principal is employed on an eleven (11) month contract. Compensation is according to the administrator salary schedule as established annually by the Board of Education. All other employee benefits are as provided for full-time employees.
Performance of this position will be evaluated according to board policies and the Warrensburg R-VI adopted model of Performance Based Principal Evaluation.
Please complete on line application: http://warrensburgr6.org
Warrensburg R-VI Schools
P.O. Box 638
Warrensburg, Missouri 64093
The Warrensburg R-VI District is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate or deny services on the basis of age, ancestry, color, disability, handicapping condition, marital status, national origin, parental status, race, religion, participation in constitutionally protected activities, or veteran status. Any questions regarding Title IX, Section 504, the Family Medical and Leave Act, or the Americans with Disabilities Act should be directed to an assistant superintendent of the Warrensburg district at the above address and telephone number. If special needs exist as addressed in the Americans with Disabilities Act which require this publication in an alternative format, the district may be contacted at the above address. Reasonable efforts will be made to accommodate these special needs.