12-month, full-time position for the 2012-2013 school year. The
assistant principalship is an administrative position which
assumes various duties and responsibilities assigned by the
principal. The assistant principal provides additional
opportunity for instructional improvement and leadership at the
: Demonstrates planning and organizational skills. Maintains a
clean, safe and secure environment for all personnel. Makes
assignments of duties for all certificated and classified staff
members working in the building. Participates in the planning
of expansions and modifications of the building. Implements
strategies and systems to manage conflict. Interprets Board
policies and legal requirements to staff. Utilizes effective
time management techniques.
: Demonstrates skills in motivating others to achieve common
goals. Delegates and encourages self direction when
appropriate. Invites participation in the decision-making
process. Utilizes various approaches to attain a positive
school climate. Facilitates groups in selecting courses of
action through problem-solving techniques. Utilizes a variety
of group process skills in interaction with the staff, parents,
and students Demonstrates skill in working as a team
Demonstrates skills in supervision and/or working with others.
Follows a plan of supervision and evaluation for all
certificated and classified personnel for which he/she has
supervisory responsibility Works cooperatively with the
personnel office in the selection, transfer, retention or
dismissal of district employees. Implements staff development
plan which provides support and assistance for staff in
improving their skills and accomplishing school and district
Maintains a climate conducive to learning. Utilizes clinical
supervision and evaluation for the improvement of instruction.
Demonstrates an ability to assist others in the application of
effective teaching and learning principles. Employees
strategies designed to promote effective use of learning time.
Utilizes services of directors, coordinators, resource persons
and outside agencies in solving instructional problems. Assists
staff with the use of test data to evaluate instructional
programs and monitor student progress. Supervises and monitors
programs for exceptional children.
: Promotes interaction between or among staff, students and
community and expresses a clear vision for the school that is
compatible with District goals. Fosters good communications
between parents, teachers and students concerning student
progress. Uses a variety of group process skills in staff and
community interactions. Creates a climate of high expectations
in the school, characterized by a tone of respect and
recognition for teachers, students, parents and community.
Engages in accurate and sensitive two-way communications.
Demonstrates coherence in oral and written communications.
Stays current and informed on District directions related to
policy, curriculum instruction and staff development.
Requirements: Master's Degree which would qualify for
administrative endorsement on a Type 75 certificate. General
administrative and organizational ability. Ability to deal with
the public tactfully and courteously and to work harmoniously
with others. Ability to make plans and decisions in accordance
with established policies and procedures. High degree of
personal and professional interest to be a school