Interested parties are invited to apply for the Superintendent/Principal position at Mountain Elementary School District in Soquel, CA. Founded in 1869, Mountain Elementary School District (MESD) is a single school District located by Soquel Creek at the edge of the redwoods, 3 miles north of Soquel Village and nearby Capitola Beach. Mountain School is a small school district serving approximately 150 students in grades kindergarten through sixth. All students are provided challenging academic opportunities that are enhanced by the integration of music, visual and performing arts, physical education and community building into the program.
The Superintendent/Principal is the Chief Administrative Officer of the District, overseeing all aspects of school operations including but not limited to: Policy and Administration, Personnel, Curriculum and Instruction, Student Services, Budget and Finance, Labor Relations, Special Education, Safety and Facilities Management.
The Superintendent/Principal is directly responsible to the Governing Board, serves as Secretary of the Board, and supervises all district operations in accordance with Board policies. The MESD Board of Trustees requires a Superintendent/Principal who possesses experience and a proven track record of success in these domains and has the ability to execute school operations in the framework of the district mission.
Application Deadline: Friday, January 8, 2021 @ 5:00 p.m. PST
If you are interested in applying for this position, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request an application.
Master's degree or higher
Valid California Administrative credential authorizing service in K-6 district setting
Minimum of 5 years Administrative experience
Minimum of 5 years Classroom teaching experience
See the job description and informational flyer for more details.
Additional Salary Information: The Board of Trustees is prepared to offer up to a 3-year contract (215 days per year).
About Mountain Elementary School District
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