Evidence of strong leadership and other management skills
Evidence of positive public relation programs
Knowledge of instructional strategies and supervision
Knowledge of learning styles and Professional Learning Communities
Experience with Danielson Framework and/or Thinking Maps, Preferred
Understanding of Special Education and Response to Interventions (RtI)
A working knowledge of Vocational Education and R.O.P.
Understanding the process of W.A.S.C. Accreditation
Effective skills in evaluations
Evidence of successful implementation of collaborative projects
Ability to work with community and supportive parent groups
Valid, Appropriate California Administrative Credential or Certificate of Eligibility for Administrative Services
Valid, Appropriate California Teaching Credential
Increasing Administrative or Leadership Experience Required
Five Years Secondary Teaching Experience Required
Master’s Degree or Higher Preferred
Technology Experience Preferred
Bilingual and CLAD Preferred
Additional Salary Information: Educational enhancement on the base annual salary of 2% for a Master's Degree and 2% for a Doctorate Degree.
About Atascadero Unified School District
Atascadero Unified School District’s number one priority is student achievement and our aim is to produce the top students in the nation. We are proud to offer a comprehensive list of advanced course offerings that are university approved. This includes a wide variety of Advanced Placement and Dual Enrollment courses which allow our students the opportunity to earn university credits while in high school. The District is a true supporter of the trades and offers eight formal career pathways preparing students to immediately enter the work force. Students also have access to wonderful arts based pathways which support the Visual and performing arts. The District actively supports healthy choices for our students and is pleased to offer a comprehensive and highly competitive athletic programs with a storied history. AUSD is home of the three-time World Champion Greybots which are supported by a robust elementary and middle school robotics program. Not only do we have robotics teams at all of our school sites, AUSD also incorporates one-to-one technology for all 3rd -12th grade students. This is another purposeful effort to help prepare our students to be successful scholars and citizens.