This position will support three schools: Fairview Elementary, Troutdale Elementary, Sweetbriar Elementary
Are you looking for an opportunity to serve as a building administrator for the 2022/2023 school year? Reynolds School District is seeking a highly-visible, supportive leaders who values collaboration to assist in leading an Elementary School teams. As an assistant principal, you will work with a school team who has been deeply invested in their school and community. Bring your knowledge of Multi-tiered Systems of Support (MTSS); Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS); Restorative Practices; Special Education processes and procedures; trauma informed practices; best practices around social emotional learning as well as your knowledge of K-8 curriculum and instruction. Be open to continue the work with teachers analyzing data to inform instruction, leading the RTI process as part of the shared leadership model, and using the strengths of staff to advance student achievement.
JOB TITLE: Assistant Principal - Elementary School(s)
Job Summary: The job of "Assistant Principal - Elementary" is done for the purpose/s of supporting the Principal's and other assigned personnel's job responsibilities; receiving, distributing and communicating information to enforce school, district, and state policies; maintaining safety of school environment; coordinating assigned school activities; use restorative practices to work with students to increase incidents of positive choices and develop successful interpersonal skills; and communicating information to staff, principal and the public.
Essential Job Functions:
Facilitates communication between personnel, students and/or parents for the purpose of evaluating situations, solving problems and/or resolving conflicts.
Facilitates various meetings (e.g. curriculum, safety, site advisory, special district committees, staff development, etc.) for the purpose of coordinating agendas and ensuring that outcomes achieve school, district and/or state objectives.
Engages in and facilitates restorative practices and conversations with students, staff and parents to prevent unexpected or inappropriate choices.
Manages various school administrative functions (e.g. student disciplinary policy, assigning discipline, school schedule, assigned personnel, etc.) for the purpose of enforcing school, district and state policy and maintaining safety and efficiency of school operations.
Supervises assigned instructional personnel for the purpose of monitoring and evaluating performance, providing for professional growth and achieving overall objectives of school's curriculum.
Prepares documentation (e.g. reports, correspondence, etc.) for the purpose of providing written support and/or conveying information.
Supports Principal for the purpose of assisting with their job functions of maintaining overall school site operation.
Presents information on various topics for the purpose of communicating information and gaining feedback.
Attends various meetings and evening events (e.g. district, site, community, etc.) for the purpose of communicating, community building and/or gathering information.
Evaluation of staff
Other Job Functions:
Assists other personnel as may be required for the purpose of supporting them in the completion of their work activities.
Experience Required: At least 5-years teaching experience in K-12 school setting
Skills, Knowledge and/or Abilities Required:
Skills to appropriately manage personnel and programs, communicate effectively, problem solve.
Knowledge of curriculum, cultural competence, education code, district policies, culturally responsive teaching, restorative practices, ESL strategies and best practices, and special education processes. Use of technology on the job, and ability to model technology use in the classroom.
Abilities to sit or stand for prolonged periods, provide direction to others and make independent judgments, keep and maintain accurate records, meet deadlines, communicate with individuals of varied cultural and educational background, communicate in oral and written form. Significant physical abilities include reaching/handling/fingering, talking/hearing conversations, near/far visual acuity/depth perception/visual accommodation.
Education Required: Master’s degree from an accredited college or university.
Licenses, Certifications, Bonding, and/or Testing Required: Appropriate Oregon Administrative Credential, Valid Driver's License and evidence of insurability, Oregon Fingerprint and Criminal Check clearance. ESOL certification and bilingual endorsement is preferred.
Contract Days: 235
Start Date: July 1, 2022** Prorated on start date
ONLINE APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:
Philosophy on Education
3 Letters of Recommendation (Include Current Supervisor)