The Assistant Principal assists in the overall administration of the school; is a member of the management team; is directly responsible to the principal, and performs related duties as required.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
May serve as principal in the temporary absences of the principal; serve as chairman of the Program Team; assist in the development of the goals and objectives of the Pupil Personnel Services; supervise the implementation and application of Pupil Personnel Services goals and objectives; general supervision of the Student Body organization and student activities; responsible for the supervision and in-service training of the Pupil Personnel Services activities and personnel; assists in the supervision and evaluation of school personnel; coordinates special programs as they relate to Pupil Personnel Services; responsible for the supervision, coordination and evaluation of the school’s health services; assist in the development of the school’s budget; participates in the development of the school’s master schedule as directed; responsible for maintaining a current pupil personnel services handbook; responsible for the overall coordination and administration of the school’s testing program; supervises the development and maintenance of student records; responsible for coordinating processes involving data processing; organizes procedures and develops material necessary for the student scheduling process; may assist in the interviewing and selection of school personnel; coordinates the development of student behavior and attendance regulations; responsible for emergency drills; the school calendar and the preparation of the school’s daily bulletin.
Management principles and practices, including organization, supervision, training and evaluation. Laws, policies, and regulations pertaining to secondary school administration and education; Secondary curriculum; Collective bargaining process; Correct English usage, spelling, grammar and punctuation;
Modern school office practices and procedures;
Establish and maintain effective relationships with staff, students, parents, and the public at large; Supervise and evaluate the performance of those supervised;
Communicate effectively, orally and in writing; Relate effectively with students and adults; Understand and carry out oral and written instructions;
Maintain cooperative relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
Five years in successful secondary teaching experience; previous successful school administration experience, secondary level preferred.
Education sufficient to meet all necessary California administrative credential requirements;
An earned California credential authorizing secondary administration, supervision and instruction.
About Liberty Union High School District
Liberty Union High School District
20 Oak Street Brentwood CA. 94513
Total employee's 750