Reports To: Principal
The Assistant Principal assists the Principal to fulfill his/her
chief responsibility of promoting the educational well-being of each student
within the school. This position has supervisory responsibility and creates a
unifying workforce vision that brings Team Member Development, Performance
Management, and Succession Planning together.
The Assistant Principal must have a flexible schedule in order to work
hours necessary to fulfill his/her job requirements.
Essential Assistant Principal Duties
Assists in the overall administration
of the school, with a strong commitment to the activities and operations
associated with Junior High students, teachers and parents, with other specific
duties as assigned by the principal. All job duties below are in coordination
with the site principal.
School Level Standardized Testing
Confers with teachers,
students and parents concerning educational and behavioral problems in school.
Hires, trains, develops, and appraises
staff effectively. Develops teaching
staff to improve individual teaching techniques.
Observes and evaluates staff
performance (2 documented 5 minute observations per week; 2 formal evaluations
per year –K-6: 1 Saxon, 1 Spalding; JH: Direct Instruction Model).
Provides quick remediation for low
Documents employee issues and refers
to principal for corrective action as necessary on a timely basis and in
accordance with district policy.
Conforms to all safety rules and the
use of all appropriate safety equipment.
Develops future school leaders.
Reviews weekly team leader and mentor
meeting notes for each grade level as assigned.
Reviews weekly lesson plans as
Assists with morning playground duty
Works with student discipline as
needed (documents the incidents and calls parents).
Addresses parent issues and documents
Complies with fire drills, lockdowns
and evacuation requirements.
Establishes and maintains afterschool
Regularly updates Facebook, as
implements Junior High Scheduling
PRIDE Program –
monitors teacher implementation, manages points, provides parent notification
of 5 and 10 point deductions, ISS and OSS, Behavior Academic Contracts.
High flag ceremonies
Junior High team meetings
High Parent contact
Other duties as assigned.
Essential Athletic Director Duties
1. Schedules all games.
2. Hires and develops coaches.
3. Ensures attendance of LTS designee at
all home games.
4. Orders, stores, and maintains all
uniforms and athletic equipment.
5. Requests, maintains and reconciles
6. Attends seasonal CAA Athletic
7. Facilitates seasonal Mandatory Parent
8. Completes weekly grade checks and
enforce eligibility requirements
Holds a valid Arizona Department of
Public Safety Fingerprint Card.
Holds a valid Arizona Principal's
Has earned a Master’s Degree in
Education and is working toward an administrative certificate. He/She will work and be paid as
teacher-on-assignment until the administrative certificate is finalized.
Has five or more years teaching experience
in a variety of grade levels.