District employees may serve notice of
interest by submitting a letter of interest to George
Boland, Superintendent of Schools. The letter of interest
should include the employee's current certification, education,
and relevant work experience.
Elementary School Principal
Master's degree or higher from an accredited
college or university.
Valid Idaho Principal's Certificate.
Minimum of four years of full-time
certificated experience working with students, Pre-K-12, while
under contract in a school setting
Completion of an administrative internship or
have one year of experience as an administrator in grades
Have completed a state-approved program of at
least 30 semester (forty-five quarter) credit hours of graduate
study in school administration for the preparation of school
principals at an accredited college or university.
This program shall include competencies in the following
Leadership, ethics, and management of
All forms of communication, including
technology, advocacy, and mediation
Customer involvement and public
Staff development and supervision of
School law and finance (including special
education), and grant writing
Curriculum development, integration of
technology, delivery, and assessment
Education of all populations, including
Student behavior management/positive behavior
Ability to work with students, staff, parents,
and the public.
Such alternatives to the above qualifications
as the Board may find appropriate and acceptable.
Director of Elementary Education.
To support the delivery of School
District 91's written, taught, tested and reported curriculum
and contribute to maximizing student achievement.
To ensure the reflection and
communication of a positive image and attitude toward
decisions and functions of the district as they relate to the
public, staff, parents, and students.
Administers the total educational program in
Establishes and maintains an
effective learning climate in the school.
Supervises the guidance program to
enhance individual student education and development.
Establishes guides for proper student
conduct and maintaining student discipline.
Assists in the recruiting, screening,
hiring and training of the school staff.
Participates in the assignment of
professional and classified personnel in the school and conducts
evaluations in accordance with district policies and
Plans, organizes and directs the
implementation of all school activities.
Orients newly assigned staff members
and assists in their development as appropriate.
Coordinates such support services as
maintenance, security, food services, recreational programs,
financial and accounting functions, media center activities,
Establishes and conducts a schedule
of visits to the classrooms to ensure that an effective
instructional program is being carried out to meet the needs of
individual students as nearly as possible.
Prepares and manages the school
budget in accordance with guidelines provided by the
Prepares or supervises the
preparation of reports, records, lists, etc. required for the
effective administration of the school.
Serves as chair of the building pre-referral
team (or delegates this responsibility) for all students
referred to special programs.
Serves on the IEP Team as District
Representative, or delegates this responsibility, for all
students enrolled in special education and is responsible for
implementing all aspects of IDEA.
Is responsible for the administration
of district and state testing programs including the ISAT at the
grade levels as directed by the Board and state
Establishes and maintains favorable
relations with local community groups and individuals to foster
understanding and to solicit support for overall school
objectives and programs; to interpret Board policies and
administrative directives; and to discuss and resolve individual
Assists in the development, revisions
and evaluations of the curriculum by serving on curriculum
committees or other assignments as requested by the
Is responsible for the safety of the
Assumes responsibility for the
administration and maintenance of the school plant and
Seeks out opportunities for
Maintains high standards of ethical
behavior and confidentiality of student information.
OTHER DUTIES AND
Performs all other duties as assigned.
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:
This is a full-time position scheduled for 206 days per year.
Benefits will be in accordance with approved board policy.
Salary will be in accordance with the placement on the
Administrator's Salary Schedule commensurate with years of
experience and education.
Performance of this position will be
evaluated annually by the Director of Elementary Education in
accordance with board policy.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Hiring is done without regard to race, color, religion,
national origin, sex, age, or disability. In addition,
interview preference may be given to veterans who qualify under
state and federal laws and regulations. If you need
special accommodations to satisfy testing requirements, please
contact Human Resources.