Thank you for your interest in Academy District 20. Positions close Monday, February 4, 2019 at 4:00 p.m.
New applicants (including current district staff members) must register with the Academy District 20 Employment Opportunities site and complete an online administrative application.
A completed online application also includes the following uploaded documents:
A letter of application which states why you feel you are qualified for, and your background in, the position.
A statement of your philosophy of administration and the role of the administrator in this position.
A current résumé.
Three current letters of recommendation. ("Current" means less than one-year-old and preferably less than six months old.)
Complete undergraduate and graduate transcripts.
Colorado Principal or Administrator license or evidence of eligibility. (*"Evidence of Eligibility" means license application with CDE is in process. *We do not accept “Alternative Principal Authorizations”.)
No other documents will be accepted. Thank you for not submitting any additional materials. If you have questions e-mail Celina Arsenault at email@example.com.
Additional Salary Information: The district offers a comprehensive compensation package. Placement is dependent upon experience at Administrative Salary Level C with a starting salary of $106,000. The district also offers a supplemental stipend, medical benefits, life insurance, and salary benefit dollars if an individual chooses not to take the medical benefits plan.
About Academy District 20
Academy District 20 (ASD20), founded in 1957, serves more than 25,000 students in northern Colorado Springs. A growing district, ASD20 added approximately 7,000 students in the past 15 years, and anticipates adding 5,000 in the next 10 years. With 32 schools, including 18 elementary schools, one K-8 online school, six middle schools and seven high schools, the district is considered, "The Peak of Excellence." For seven consecutive years, the district has been Accredited with Distinction by the Colorado Department of Education and thanks to the overwhelming support of its constituency, the ASD20 passed a $230 million bond measure in 2016. The bond funds will provide improvements to each school and also build two new elementary schools, one new middle school and a learning and innovation center.