Principal at Windsor High School starting July 12,
2012. Must hold a current Colorado Administrator's
License. 225+5 days per year.
Salary range 12 APT Schedule:
$80,115-$98,746 based on work
Shall have a minimum of four years of successful
classroom teaching experience prior to appointment as
Shall have obtained a Master's degree from an
accredited institution which prepares him/her for the
educational leadership and administrative duties
Shall qualify for the Colorado School
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Annually as approved by the Board of Education.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The principal shall be the chief administrative
head of the school to which assigned and is directly responsible
to the superintendent for all organization, administration,
supervision, and evaluation within the building, and shall keep
the superintendent fully informed about all activities and needs
of the school.
To enforce state and local school district
regulations and file all required reports and with appropriate
staff make additional rules which are consistent with board
To have charge of all building records and make
accurate reports thereon as required by the
To be responsible, in cooperation with the
Administrative Assistant, for scheduling of any public use of
the buildings assigned for supervision.
To be responsible for appraisal of the
effectiveness of all teachers and special service personnel
assigned for supervision.
Recommend the selection, retention, and dismissal
of assigned teachers.
To be responsible for the general appearance and
proper use of assigned property and report promptly any unusual
To be primarily responsible for the safety of
students and personnel, including drills, programs, environment,
Establish an adequate financial accounting system
for all applicable funds and make periodic reports on same to the
To be responsible for administrative coordination
with the student personnel services, development of master
schedules and general supervision of pupil scheduling
To review serious disciplinary cases using parent
and pupil conferences when necessary, suspensions (up to five
days), or recommendations to superintendent on expulsions.
The ability to articulate personal values and
beliefs when asked.
Conveys high expectations for students, staff and
Develop a yearly instructional management plan
specifying goals, objectives, activities and time lines.
Continue to improve horizontal and vertical
articulation and integration of the instructional program.
Coordinate and monitor the implementation
of special programs in the
Observes classrooms on a regular basis and
reinforces effective practices and remediates ineffective
Will use a variety of techniques to identify and
resolve problems and makes decisions based on relevant
information and existing conditions with staff, students and
Will be able to communicate effectively with all
segments of the school and the community, and welcomes
communications from those groups.
To perform other duties as assigned.
Salary shall be determined by the Board of Education.
Superintendent of Schools
As specified in Policy GCOC and appropriate rules and