The Assistant Principal - High School assists the Principal in the areas of instruction, staff and student supervision, programming and curriculum..
The work year is 210 workdays.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES
Assumes the duties of the Principal in his/her absence.
Assumes responsibility for the general supervision and discipline of students within the school.
Assumes responsibility for assisting the Principal in the design of a master schedule.
Plans, supervises and directs all student activities and the use of school facilities.
Coordinates the school testing program.
Develops, coordinates and supervises activities of the guidance and counseling programs.
Interprets the school and District programs, policies and procedures to students and staff.
Assists in the hiring process; supervises and evaluates the performance of the school personnel.
Assumes responsibility for the general supervision and discipline of students and spectators at athletic events and other extra-curricular activities, including nights and weekends.
Assumes responsibility for and supervises the employees and activities of the athletic department.
Assumes responsibility for the administration, coordination and supervision of various local, state and federal categorical programs including staffing, budget, mandated reviews and representation on school and District committees.
Assists the Principal in the safety, discipline, and general order of the school.
Fosters and maintains positive relationships with all staff, students, parents, and community members.
Assists with leadership in curriculum, evaluation, and professional development.
Successfully mediates concerns between and among teachers, staff, parents and students.
Works collaboratively with multiple administrative, District, and site teams to share best practices to promote the success of all students.
Analyzes data to make informed site-based curricular and program decisions.
Embraces and implements the effective use of technology to enhance instruction, and improve communication and administrative and management functions.
Assumes responsibility for supervision and administrative designee support for special education programs.
Must possess a valid California teaching and administrative credential
Master's degree preferred
Must have demonstrated leadership ability
Must demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing