Under the general direction of the Superintendent, the Middle School Principal plans, directs, and manages the operation of San Lorenzo Valley Middle School including the leadership of certificated and classified staff, budget administration, complex educational and categorical program management. Ensures maintenance and upkeep of the school site to promote a safe learning environment. Responsible for the reform of instructional practices that result in higher student achievement.
Health & Welfare Benefits:
Medical, Dental, and Vision ($10,560 Annual Benefit)
Life Insurance, Long Term Disability Insurance, IRS 125 Option, $1,000 Travel and Conference or Association Dues
UPDATE: First and second round interviews will take place on Wednesday, May 29, 2019. Plan on setting aside the entire day.
Valid California Administrative Services Credential
Primary Single Subject/Multiple Subject/PPS Credential
English Learners Authorization
Minimum of Seven (7) Years of Successful Classroom Experience
3-5 Years of Administrative Experience (Preferred)
Applicants who are invited to interview will be provided with data to analyze, determine next steps, and create a 10-minute presentation to deliver to the interview team.
Applicants will be notified only if selected for an interview.
Employment is subject to:
Criminal Background Check
TB Test Clearance
Position Closes: Friday, May 24, 2019 @ 3:00 p.m.
Additional Salary Information: Master’s Degree w/Preliminary Administrative Services Credential add $1,457 per year
Master’s Degree w/Clear Administrative Services Credential $2,013 per year
Doctorate Degree add $1,457 per year
National Board Certification add $1,361 per year
About San Lorenzo Valley Unified School District
San Lorenzo Valley Unified School District
325 Marion Avenue, Ben Lomond, CA 95005
(831) 336-5193 - Fax: (831) 336-9657
The San Lorenzo Valley Unified School District (SLVUSD) is located in the Santa Cruz Mountains. SLVUSD serves students in the communities of Felton, Ben Lomond, Brookdale, and Boulder Creek. SLVUSD has a student enrollment of approximately 5,243. We have two elementary schools, one middle school, one high school, and two charter schools. We are a community style school district that is highly supported by the parents and the community.
“Working together to ensure all students learn and are fully prepared for college and career”