Assistant Principal Pool
Must hold a license issued by Virginia Department of Education.
The license position area must be in Assistant Principal.
Assists the Principal with administering and evaluating the instructional program of the school, recommending those policies and practices which are designed to enhance the educational opportunities offered to children, youth, and adults in Fauquier County Public Schools. - Conducting instructional supervision and evaluation including classroom and teaching observations for assigned areas; - Implementing curriculum and educational objectives consistent with goals; - Developing an efficient system for pupil and program appraisal, recommending changes as needed to meet student needs; - Evaluating grading policies and pupil progress with members of the staff; - Assisting teachers in planning field trips and using community resources; - Providing leadership in initiating in-service programs and organizational improvements; - Providing a climate conducive to effective communications through the use of faculty meetings, committees and individual conferences; - Coordinating the use of subject matter specialists, resource teachers, and other resource personnel. - Implementing and maintaining a code of acceptable student behavior; - Coordinating and supervising student affairs including after school activities; - Coordinating services to students such as guidance, health, special education; - Participating in eligibility meetings; - Supervising pupil record keeping; - Assisting in pupil scheduling. Assists the principals in administering staff personnel procedures in accordance with approved policies to include: - Participating in the recruitment, placement and evaluation of all staff members; - Employing substitute employees as needed; - Completing required reports; - Promoting a healthy and safe work environment; - Developing in-service training programs for all staff. Assists the principal in administering the financial and building needs of the school to include: - Supervising the use of the school and grounds by all agencies; - Communicating with parents by means of school programs, letters, telephone and personal contact; - Participating in the activities of the Parent/Teacher Organization and Parent/Teacher Advisory Board; - Meeting with parent and community groups; - Communicating and interpreting school division policies, procedures and regulations. Assists the principal in developing and evaluating an annual school plan, assuring its coordination with division-wide goals. - Performs related duties as required.