Principal - Wilder Middle School
Must hold a license issued by Virginia Department of Education.
The license must be in one of the following types: Collegiate Professional License, Eligibility License.
The license position area must be in Principal.
The license must be in one of the following grades: 6th, 7th, 8th.
The license status must be active.
Essential Duties Uses student performance data to assess teaching and learning effectiveness. Demonstrates knowledge of academic expectations. Applies appropriate measures to monitor student achievement. Provides a program of student recognition. Uses the Code of Student Conduct as the basis of judgments in disputes, confrontations and/or disciplinary cases. Communicates school policies relating to student behavior to students and parents. Guides staff to the accomplishment of a given task. Delegates duties and responsibilities and accepts responsibility for the decisions made and the actions taken. Demonstrates sensitivity to staff members needs. Recognizes professional growth of staff members. Leads the staff in functioning as a cohesive group. Demonstrates a clear understanding of and adherence to all School Board policies relating to the collection and expenditure of funds. Conducts a systematic budget development process. Exercises planning skills for self, others, and student scheduling. Demonstrates punctuality by meeting deadlines. Implements the School Plan, makes necessary modifications, and assesses progress towards objectives. Knows the community and provides clear and effective oral and written communication. Is accessible to school and community members. Provides supervision for after school program and other special activities as necessary. Is the instructional leader for his/her school. Serves as fiscal manager of all funds and financial auditing. Uses building management skills to maintain a safe, clean, and orderly environment for staff and students. Promotes and monitors student achievement through the use of student data and other outcome indicators. Supervises, evaluates, and provides feedback for teachers, support staff and students. Provides for professional development of faculty and staff. Demonstrates an awareness of staff morale through displaying a genuine feeling of trust and respect for each member. Involves others in developing a School Plan consistent with the goals of the school division and community. Coordinates the school community relations program. Performs other duties as assigned.