Evaluate, organize, revise and implement curriculum.
Direct, supervise and coordinate educational activities for the charter school.
Interview and evaluate assigned staff.
Direct implementation of staff development and in-service training.
Conduct staff meetings and charter assessment team.
Establish, coordinate and maintain communications with community and parents.
Implement and conduct discipline procedures for students.
Update staff on laws and state mandated regulations.
Prepare and deliver oral presentations.
Establish and organize new and innovative programs.
Plan, organize and direct instructional activities, extracurricular events, special programs and plant operations at a small specialized charter school involving a small staff of certificated and classified personnel; confer with Corporate Office personnel regarding staff, programs, students, finances and legal requirements; implement the school’s mission, goals, objectives and programs.
Assist in interviewing, select, direct, evaluate and supervise certificated and classified personnel; assign faculty and staff as appropriate to meet school objectives.
Direct and participate in a planned program of classroom visitations and observations; recommend discipline action as appropriate; document evidence of substandard performance.
Enforce applicable State and District codes, policies and laws; administer school site discipline policies and safety programs.
Assist in the development and administering of site budgets; assure proper allocation of funds for instructional and non-instructional equipment and materials.
Direct the evaluation and revision of curricular and instructional programs in cooperation with appropriate administrators; communicate with teachers to assure instructional programs meet student needs and charter requirements.
Establish, coordinate and maintain communication with community and parent groups, City officials, Parent Counsel and law enforcement officials.
Prepare and write correspondence, bulletins and other communications on behalf of the school; obtain Superintendent’s approval for all documents.
Plan, implement, direct, evaluate instructional and categorical programs in accordance with State and federal laws, charter regulations and other specially funded program requirements.
Assure the health, safety and welfare of students; oversee attendance, behavior management, counseling, guidance and other support services; provide individual academic and personal counseling to students and parents. Oversee and implement ILP’s.
Coordinate the maintenance operations of the school plant; assure proper management, maintenance and inventory of materials, equipment, buildings and grounds.
Direct the implementation of staff development and in-service training; update staff on revised policies and procedures and implement changes.
Attend, conduct and chair a variety of meetings with faculty, parents and community representatives; coordinate and meet with school site advisory groups; conduct student/parent appeals; respond to and resolve parent, student and staff complaints; represent the school at Board, District and community functions. Assures Superintendent is abreast of all issues and complaints.
Supervise, and attend a variety of student events during the day or in the evening.
Preform other duties as assigned.
Any combination or equivalent to: Master’s Degree and three years of classroom
experience, or experience in pupil personnel services. Teaching experience is preferred.
Licenses and Other Requirements: Must have an Administrative Services Credential
Of current enrollment in an Administrative Services program. A clear teaching or Pupil
Additional Salary Information: When applying, attach the following documents: Resume, Proof of Credential, transcripts and three letters of recommendation; from previous employers.
About Agape Inc.
Agape` is a California non-profit, public benefit corporation with tax exempt status under the Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3). The organization’s mission is to provide an education and support resources to those most in need while empowering the economic progress of youth and families in the community. Agape’s founders intend to fulfill that commitment by designing needed resources and services that reduce and/or eliminate obstacles preventing economic growth.
Agape` has identified various risk factors through research and previous program development. As such, Agape` serves as an innovator for providing services to youth and families, by increasing their likelihood of becoming resilient, productive, prosperous, self-reliant and successful members of their community.
Success will be reached through the following organizational principles:
Outreach and collaboration with community organizations and districts
Visible and accessible programs that provide a continuum of services
High quality educational options for students in grades K-12 to post-secondary
Flexibility and innovation inside and outside the classroom
Performing civic duties and promoting social change
Valid research and evaluation of educational and social services