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Assistant Principal/Special Education Coordinator K-12

Blachly School District 90

Organization: Blachly School District
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Assistant Principal / Special Education Coordinator, K-12 – Triangle Lake Charter School
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Valid Oregon Administrative License.
Minimum of five years of successful teaching experience, preferably at the elementary level and/or special education.
Administrative experience, preferably at the elementary level and/or special education.
Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board may find appropriate.
REPORTS TO: Principal
JOB GOAL: To use leadership, supervisory, and administrative skills to champion the educational development of each student and professional development of each staff member.
• Plans, develops, and supervises the instructional programs of the school within the policies, guidelines, rules, and regulations of the School Board, Superintendent, Principal, State Board of Education, and state and federal regulations, including curriculum, teaching materials, and methods necessary to meet the Oregon requirements.
• Keeps abreast of all existing and emerging District, state and federal policies, guidelines, and regulations in order to maintain high academic standards for all students.
• Monitors and supports online program.
• Directs the development, writing and evaluation of data, and monitoring of the school improvement plan.
• Coordinates with Principal building staff professional development activities in alignment with the school improvement plan goals and the district improvement plan goals.
• Coordinates with Principal evaluation of all certified staff including classified and licensed, following district guidelines.
• Maintains an emotionally healthy and physically safe environment conducive to the total educational development of the students. Promotes and maintains effective student discipline. Develops and implements plans for emergency situations.
• Maintains continuous two-way communication with parents and community groups to ensure a better understanding of school reform programs and student achievement. Represents the school at a variety of community functions which promote school and community needs.
• Communicates, supports and completes all necessary state and federal documents with all school support services related to special education.
• Provides for the supervision of all student activities including after school programs, academic programs and clubs, evening programs, etc.
• Establishes and maintains staff evaluation records, and counsels and advises students, staff, and parents on personnel related matters.
• Coordinates and monitors and supports student support teams and the special education referral process. Assures the development and provision of TAG plans, IEPs, 504 accommodations, acts as District representative in the IEP process, and Title IX coordinator for the school.
• Participate in District level planning meetings and maintain effective communication with the District Office.
• Performs other duties as assigned.
Desired experience and skills:
• Committed to instructional leadership
• Committed to a building growth mindset in staff and students
• Ability to foster shared leadership
• Commitment to developing quality grading and assessment systems
• Excellent staff observations and feedback skills and practices
• Experience leading Multi-Tiered Systems of Support
• Demonstrates innovation and creative approaches to problem-solving
• Organized systems thinker
• Commitment to developing learning systems, access and opportunity for diverse learners
• This position is primarily performed indoors in school buildings, although some outdoor instruction and supervision are required
• Frequent or prolonged standing, walking and sitting
• Possible exposure to bodily fluids due to student or employee injury or illness
• Requires accurate perceiving of sound, near and far vision, depth perception, handling and working with materials and objects
• Frequent and prolonged talking/hearing conversations
• Evenings and/or extended work hours are often required

The employee may: stand/walk 6-8 hours; sit 6-8 hours; drive 1-4 hours.
The employee may use hands for repetitive single grasping, fine manipulation, and pushing/pulling 100 pounds maximum. The employee may bend, squat, lift, and climb stairs.

192 Days
The Assistant Principal position is scheduled from August 1st to June 30th each year. TLCS operates on a four-day week and the District office on a five-day week.

Salary to be established by the School Board between $75,000 – $78,000
Full benefits package and 6% PERS paid by the District.

Performance of this position will be evaluated annually in accordance with the Board’s policy on evaluation of administrative personnel.
evaluation of administrative employees.

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Open until filled. Application review begins end of March, 2022.
Projected interviews in early April, 2022

Adam Watkins at 541-925-3262 X106 or
Brittany Bottensek at 541-925-3262 X109 or
Do not hesitate to reach out to Mr. Watkins or Ms. Bottensek to discuss the posting or ask questions.

Blachly School District is an equal opportunity employer and provides services to the public on an equal opportunity basis and does not discriminate in employment or the provision of public services on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, political affiliation or belief, citizenship or marital status. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities or individuals with limited proficiency in English. Contact the District Office for assistance.
Reasonable accommodations for the application and interview process will be provided upon request and as required in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Individuals with disabilities may contact the District Office at 541-925-3262 for additional information or assistance.