Athletic Director/ Social Studies (#1468730)

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Athletic Director Responsibilities not limited to: • Implement and enforce the Athletic Code of Conduct for all athletes and coaches • Maintain inventory of all equipment • Provide and monitor forms and student information • Supervise athletic events on campus • Prepare and submit all required information and reports to UHSAA • Supervise coaches and programs • Make recommendations to improve operations to Commandant of Cadets • Oversee the hiring and evaluation of coaches • Prepare a budget for each spot • Manage financial resources of the athletic program • Maintain and build community relations

As a teacher: must have a social studies teaching license and be willing to teach World Civilizations and psychology courses, with the possibility of additional social studies courses.

We provide a fully accredited academic environment, with a focus on STEM related instruction. As a small school all teachers will have multiple preparation periods. We will engage self-paced, mastery based learning, thus familiarity with technology is key. Consider both Salt Lake and Weber Innovations high schools as a model.

Our class structure will include both traditional classes, as well as self-paced, mastery. These are dynamic, though very predictable. We will also use instant feedback software, such as NewsELA to supplement learning, not supplant. When implemented with fidelity they clearly demonstrate growth, though we stress these are supplements, not supplants.

Teachers need to fully understand standards, data driven instruction in lesson planning. We are excited to support collaboration with teaching staff at the Hill Field Campus.

Our cadets are in uniform daily. They are expected to conduct themselves with proper military protocol at all times. Teachers are not required to have a military background, though upholding standards is important. We will provide training and support in military culture. Just think, 'yes ma'am, no sir' as the basic model. Cadets will come to us academic advanced, and far behind. We are not a reform school, but instead a gateway to their individual passions. Whether they seek to attend West Point or directly enlist, we have a track record of tremendous success. Our cadets overwhelmingly want to be here, and expect high standards at all times.