Must hold a license issued by any agency.
The license position area must be in Principal.
The license must be in one of the following grades: 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th.
The license status must be active.
Educational and Program Management • Supervise instructional and curriculum services to address student achievement • Devise, implement and evaluate instructional development programs • Engage and make primary recommendations on the hiring, retention and possible termination of all instruction and teaching staff • Supervise teachers and aides, regularly observe classes and groups, and coordinate the development of training programs in methods, content, and structure • Oversee initial assessments for new students • Implement effective educational process through the collection and interpretation of student data • Work with the Executive Director, Business Manager and other administration on the purchase, distribution, and evaluation of curriculum materials • Manage the instructional professional development program Classroom Management and Organization • Train teachers in methods of classroom preparation to enhance instruction as prescribed by charter’s curriculum and methods, with a focus on Teach Like a Champion • Train teachers and instructors on how to manage student behavior in agreement with the school’s code of conduct and related policies and programs • Share responsibility during the school day for the supervision of students in all areas of the school, including pick-up and drop-off, recess, lunch, assemblies, field trips, and other responsibilities as assigned. • Assist students with disabilities to encourage their access to full participation in the school’s regular programs Special Education • Coordinate with the Special Education Director on student Individual Education Plans to ensure all modifications are met • Ensure that Special Education Director attends regular LEA meetings provided by the State and follow up on content of trainings • Keep abreast of changing laws and regulation that apply to Special Education • Ensure General Education teachers are trained on Special Education needs of students and the school’s vision of inclusion • Ensure annual and periodic special education data uploads and reporting meets appropriate state and federal requirements Supervisory Responsibilities • Develop and implement a consistent plan to oversee and assess teachers, instructors, aides, support personnel, special education, and other staff in the performance of their duties. • Evaluate the effectiveness of outside service providers Evaluation and Reporting • Provide/receive student performance measurements to/from classroom teachers who will keep an accurate, up-to-date record of student performance and progress throughout the year. • Meet with parents as requested to discuss needs and progress of students. • Respect the confidentiality of records and information regarding students, parents, and teachers in accordance with accepted professional ethics, and state and federal laws. Key Measurements of Success • State Achievement test, to include participation rate • ACT results for 11th graders • UPIPS – Special Education assessment tool for schools • NWEA, North-West Education Association assessment tool for 6th through 11th grades • Attendance • Graduation rate • CTE Certificate completion/awards rate • Teacher certification within assigned courses • Fiscal compliance to Board approved budget • Number of spots in school activities (ie sports, extracurricular activities) • Weekly communication with parents • Annual parent survey • Bi-annual evaluation by Superintendent