SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
TITLE: ELEMENTARY ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL
1. Hold valid teacher's license with appropriate
endorsement in secondary and/or elementary
2. Administrative or supervisory experience in
accordance with state law and State Board Rules and
Regulations, based on the minimum of a master's degree.
3. Have at least five years teaching
The Elementary Assistant Principal is
responsible for assisting the principal in providing
school-wide leadership and performing administrative and
supervisory duties as assigned by the principal.
The Elementary Assistant Principal reports to
the principal of the elementary school.
1. Serves as principal in the absence of the
2. Assists the principal in the implementation,
supervision and assessment of the total school instructional
3. Assists the principal in the selection,
assignment, orientation and evaluation of staff.
4. Assists the principal in the supervision of
student conduct and extra-curricular activities.
5. Assists the principal with certified staff
and non-certified evaluations.
6. Assists the principal in the coordination of
programs and services supplementary to the instructional
7. Supervises teachers and departments as
assigned by the principal.
8. Works closely with the guidance department
and school psychologist in assisting with student
9. Supervises the reporting and monitoring of
student attendance, and works with the attendance supervisor
for investigative follow-up actions.
10. Supervises the school's safety, security and
environmental control programs.
11. Assumes responsibility for building care and
12. Assumes responsibility for coordinating
transportation, custodial and other support services.
13. Coordinates disciplinary team meetings in
connection with the school's assertive discipline plan.
14. Assumes responsibility in obtaining
15. Works with teachers in scheduling buses for
16. Supervises and coordinates staff non-primary
17. Works with bus drivers on bus problems
relating to student behavior.
18. Assigns bus duty to teachers on a scheduled
basis for supervision of students before and after
19. Supervises and/or coordinates field trips
and athletic activities.
20. Performs such other tasks and assumes other
responsibilities as the principal may direct.
This job may require lifting of objects that
exceed 50 lbs., with frequent lifting and/or carrying of
objects weighing up to 25 lbs. Other physical demands that may
be required are as follows:
1. Pushing and/or pulling
3. Stooping and/or kneeling
TEMPERAMENT (Personal Traits)
1. Adapts to performing a variety of duties,
often changing from one task to another of a difference nature
without loss of efficiency or composure.
2. Adapts to accepting responsibility for the
direction, control or planning of an activity.
3. Adapts to dealing with people beyond giving
and receiving instruction.
4. Adapts to making generalizations, evaluations
or decisions based on sensory or judgmental criteria.
CAPACITY AND ABILITY REQUIREMENTS
Specific capacities and abilities may be
required of an individual in order to learn or perform
adequately a task or job duty.
Intelligence: The ability to understand
instructions and underlying principles; Ability to reason and
Verbal: Ability to understand meanings of
words and the ideas associated with them.
Numerical: Ability to perform arithmetic
operations quickly and accurately.
Manual Dexterity: Ability to move the hands
and fingers easily.
5. Data Perception: Ability to understand and
interpret information presented in the form of charts, graphs,
Normal working environment
The above statements are intended to describe
the general nature and level of work being performed by people
assigned to this position. They are not intended to be a
complete list of responsibilities, duties and skills required
of personnel so assigned.