Dean Of Students Job Description Sample
Dean Of Students
Dean of Students
Start Date: July 2018
Location: UP Academy Boston
About UP Education Network
UP Education Network operates six schools in Boston, Lawrence, and Springfield, MA. We serve over 3,000 elementary and middle school students. UP is invited by local school districts to restart chronically underperforming district schools as UP Academies. Each UP Academy shares the same mission: to ensure that students acquire the knowledge, skills, and strength of character necessary to succeed on the path to college and to achieve their full potential.
The Dean of Students reports to UP Academy's Principal and serves on UP Academy's Leadership Team. The Dean of Students will lead the school's efforts to create a positive, structured, consistent, caring, and disciplined school culture.
Establish and ensure a joyful, structured, achievement-oriented school culture
Support and coach teachers to hold all students to consistently high behavioral expectations
With the Director of Operations, build systems and procedures which protect the sanctity of instructional time and reinforce a positive school culture
Serve as the point person for discipline/culture issues
Assist teachers, students, and families in the effective creation and implementation of individual behavior plans
Lead staff efforts to ensure all students have excellent attendance and arrive at school on time and prepared to learn
Reinforce the effective use of a school-wide behavior plan, including managing the school's PRIDE system
Ensure that the physical environment of the school reinforces school culture and facilitates student achievement
Oversee the development and implementation of student supports and interventions
Serve on the UP Academy Leadership Team
A strong belief in UP Education Network's core values: Students, Community, Humility, Resilience, and Humor
Bachelor's degree is required, Master's degree is preferred
Three years teaching experience required, 2+ years of school leadership experience strongly preferred
Demonstrated success in leading in a diverse environment
Current authorization to work in the United States – A candidate must have such authorization by his or her first day of employment.
Compensation and Benefits
UP Academy follows the salary scales and salary placement policies of each UP Academy's host school district or state turnaround plan; please see the relevant union's collective bargaining agreement for additional details. As an employee of UP Academy and your respective school district, you will receive the same access to personal and sick days, health insurance, and dental insurance as others within your union.
As an equal opportunity employer, UP does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, ability, age, religion, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin and we encourage applicants of all backgrounds to apply. Our students must be exposed to a diverse group of powerful role models - in their teachers, their school leaders, and their supporters in the network office. With this in mind, we are committed to recruiting the most talented individuals from the widest possible range of backgrounds to join our creative, mission-driven team.
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JOB TITLE: Dean of Culture
REPORTS TO: School Director
JOB GOAL: The Dean of Culture (DOC) will support excellent classroom instruction and promote a respectful and positive campus environment by working with students, parents, and teachers. The DOC will provide teachers with highly effective student behavior support and coaching on effective classroom behavior management. In addition, the DOC is responsible for creating a positive school environment that reinforces great student behaviors while designing strategies to react and diffuse issues as they come up.
Major Performance Responsibilities and Duties:
Influence the growth and development of an achievement-focused school culture through Crew, positive support systems, consequences, and rewards.
Develop behavior management systems, including discipline and merit systems.
Coordinate day-to-day implementation of behavior management system with student support and counseling teams.
Meet with students, teachers, and parents, collectively or independently, to implement ways to support a positive and cooperative school environment.
Maintain and monitor safety and order by being accessible and visible in hallways, classrooms, during arrival/dismissal of students, lunch periods, and after school programs including detention, homework club, etc.
Develop strong relationships with the staff, students, and invested stakeholders within the school environment.
Provide direct coaching and professional development to teachers in effective classroom management strategies, including Teach Like a Champion.
Support teachers in developing behavior plans for individual students as needed.
Lead professional development sessions that address the prevention of student behaviors and positive reactions to negative student behaviors.
Execute decision based on reasonable judgment that strives to provide fair and equitable treatment and consideration for all students.
Maintain databases and report on student discipline and merit records.
Duties as assigned by School Director to aid in the overall school culture.
The ideal candidate for this position will have 2-3 years' experience in a K-12 school based environment leading the implementation and management of school wide behavior systems and procedures (preferably in a charter school environment).
Bachelor's Degree from an accredited educational institution;
Ability to build trust and drive change by forming good relationships with staff, administration, state and district representatives, and outside vendors
Self-starter who sets high goals, is comfortable dealing with ambiguity, and can handle multiple projects at once
Other Qualifications or Characteristics:
Advanced understanding of effective classroom management techniques.
Excellent at developing and implementing consistent systems in a large network.
Self-starter who sets high goals; is comfortable dealing with ambiguity, and can handle multiple projects at once.
Belief in LEAD Public School's Mission and Vision
Personal Qualities of Top Candidates
Commitment to Equity: Exhibits a passion for closing the achievement gap and ensuring that every child, regardless of background or circumstance, receives an excellent education.
Leadership: Coaches, mentors, and challenges others to excel despite obstacles and challenging situations.
Focus on Data-Driven Results: Relentlessly pursues the improvement of school leadership, instruction, and operations and is driven by a desire to produce quantifiable student achievement gains.
Innovative Problem-Solving: Approaches work with a sense of possibility and sees challenges as opportunities for creative problem solving; takes initiative to explore issues and find potential innovative solutions.
Adaptability: Excels in constantly changing environments and adapts flexibly in shifting projects or priorities to meet the needs of a dynamic transformation effort; displays comfort with ambiguity and non-routine situations.
Teamwork: Increases the effectiveness of surrounding teams through collaboration, constant learning, and supporting others; displays sensitivity to diversity in all its forms; respects and is committed to learning from others.
Dependability: Does whatever it takes to consistently deliver with high quality and under tight deadlines; successfully manages own projects through strong organization, detailed work plans, and balancing of multiple priorities.
- Communication and Customer Service
Communicates clearly and compellingly with diverse stakeholders in both oral and written forms; anticipates and responds to customer needs in a high-quality and courteous manner.
How to Apply:
Go to www.leadpublicschools.org to learn more about our organization and to complete the online application. No phone calls please.
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Distinguishing Features of the Class
This is a highly specialized position requiring innovative and creative vision of Student Life. The Dean of Students must possess excellent judgment; demonstrated sensitivity, vision, and effectiveness in responding to challenging student, personnel, and college community issues; proven leadership ability, including the ability to recruit and develop a diverse staff and lead a team in a demanding environment. The incumbent will demonstrate the ability to develop collegial working relationships with students, parents, faculty and staff and possess excellent written and oral communication skills. In addition, the position will have the ability to demonstrate leadership to ensure that the ideals of equity and inclusion are considered in policy development and decision-making.
The Dean is responsible for the departmental budget, and will serve on various college committees. Evening and weekend hours may be required when the college is in session to manage workload and attend meetings and College functions.
Examples of Duties (illustrative only)
Provides leadership, budget management and administrative oversight for all functions under the direct supervision of the Dean of Students position.
Responsible for the development of a holistic student development program that fosters student leadership and promotes the core mission for the college.
Works in collaboration with the Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Life to manage the colleges response to student incidents and crises.
Participants and fosters a student and learning centered philosophy and a focus on successful student outcomes including engagement, sense of belonging, persistence, retention, and leadership.
Committed to inclusion to create a diverse campus community, fostering the success of all students, including students historically underrepresented in higher education and students who are first in their family to attend college.
Establishes a dynamic environment, which promotes the safety and respect of students, faculty and staff while recognizing initiative, innovation, and inclusive excellence.
Provides leadership and oversees the development of policies and procedures and operational activities related to student life. Works closely with the various Student Life offices to support student persistence and retention.
Serve as the grievance officer and responsible for student Code of Conduct issues
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Demonstrated experience working in or supervision of Residence Life, Personal Counseling, and Health Services.
Thorough knowledge and proven track record in Residence Life, including policy development, programming and student development.
Strong cross-cultural, interpersonal, and writing skills necessary, including the ability to represent the College in a positive way to diverse populations.
Possess a demonstrated ability to develop linkages with other college community partners through significant outreach efforts to support student success in and out of the classroom.
Provides innovative and creative programs that supports student learning, leading to increased persistence and graduation rates across diverse student populations.
Brings authenticity and passion to support new and ongoing initiatives such as peer-mentoring programs, student leadership development, orientation and first-year experience in collaboration with various student life staff.
Ability to work with a wide variety of individuals on campus and in all areas of the community to accomplish student life objectives.
Ability to make sound professional judgments, often under deadline pressure, when dealing with student related issues.
Demonstrates understanding of higher education organizational structures and the ability to effectively navigate those systems to solve complex problems.
A proven ability to identify and address problems, exhibit competence in identifying and interpreting needed areas of assessment, display sensitivity regarding personnel matters and the ability to participate effectively in short and long range planning.
A strong commitment to the colleges mission to honor the catholic heritage and the spirit of St. Marguerite dYouville working with students from across diverse cultures, backgrounds and faith traditions that promotes leadership and service.
Acceptable Training and Experience
- A masters or doctoral degree in higher education leadership, student affairs, counseling, or a related field along with at least five (5) years of experience in student life leadership; preferably ten (10) or more years of experience in higher education administration or leadership.
Strong preference for candidates with a background working with diverse traditional, non-traditional students in a residential setting. Experience in supervision of administrative staff, budget management, and team building is required.
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Uncommon Schools Rochester Prep is changing history for students in Rochester. Be a part of our movement as a Dean of Students and you'll join a team committed to closing the achievement gap and setting students up for success in college and beyond. #ChangeHistory with us. Apply today.
The Dean of Students at Uncommon will work with the school's Principal and Director of Operations to ensure that all students demonstrate dramatic student achievement gains and internalize the school's values. This individual will also help lead the school's efforts to create a positive, structured, consistent, caring, and disciplined school culture. At Uncommon Schools, the Dean of Students is the behavioral specialist.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
The Dean of Students works closely with the Principal to establish a positive, structured, achievement-oriented, and creative school culture
The Dean of Students supports teachers to hold all students to high and consistent behavioral expectations
The Dean of Students serves as the point person for dealing with behavioral crisis-intervention and acute behavioral issues
The Dean of Students acts as a resource for teachers in their instructional practice, especially as it relates to issues of discipline, relationships with students, classroom management, and school culture
The Dean of Students assists teachers, students, and parents in the effective creation and implementation of individual behavior plans
The Dean of Students leads staff efforts to ensure all students have excellent attendance and arrive at school on time, and works aggressively with students and parents to ensure excellent attendance
The Dean of Students may participate in summer home visits highlighting the responsibilities of parents, teachers, and students
The Dean of Students arranges for efficient homework collection in the morning, and ensuring homework is delivered to staff from students appropriately and accurately
The Dean of Students helps to reinforce the effective use of a school-wide behavior plan, including managing the school's demerit and rubric systems
The Dean of Students serves as the point person for discipline/culture issues
The Dean of Students ensures that the physical environment of the school reinforces school culture and facilitates student achievement
The Dean of Students is highly present and visible during school hours, relentlessly ensuring the school has an exceptional school culture
The Dean of Students proactively circulates throughout classrooms and hallways during the day, to gain valuable context on student behavior and help support positive school culture Monitoring behavioral pull-out and in-school suspensions
The Dean of Students models the school's values and the standard for professional behavior
The Dean of Students coordinates student apologies and school culture messages at Community Meeting
The Dean of Students supervises breakfast, lunch, in-between class transitions, enrichment, and dismissal, making sure students are always where they are supposed to be and ensuring a professional school culture at these times
The Dean of Students manages afterschool detention
The Dean of Students keeps accurate student discipline records, documenting all conferences, suspensions, and phone calls for behavior
The Dean of Students teaches at least one whole or small-group class
The Dean of Students tracks behavior on the school bus, ensuring students are exemplary bus riders to and from school
The Dean of Students ensures that behavioral expectations and school culture standards are met outside of the classroom as well as inside, including establishing and monitoring bus behavior/culture as well as cafeteria/meal time behavior and culture
Drive to improve the minds and lives of students in and out of the classroom
Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, and strong interpersonal skills with students, parents, colleagues, and community members
Understanding of the nuances of urban school environments and school culture
Bachelor's degree is required; a Master's degree is preferred
Minimum of two years teaching experience in an urban district or charter school setting
Belief in and alignment with Uncommon's core beliefs and educational philosophy is non-negotiable.
We offer a generous compensation package. All staff members are equipped with the tools needed to succeed, including a dedicated work space, laptop computer, email, high-speed internet access, and all necessary supplies.
The foregoing information is requested for mandatory government reporting purposes only. As an equal opportunity employer, we hire without consideration to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, disability, or any other category protected by applicable law.
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Broome Street Academy values:
The development of individual student strengths
Caregiver involvementA learning environment that fosters mutual respectA safe, supportive school climate
Standards based curriculum that is relevant
Student learning that is meaningful and goal oriented
Development of and respect for community partnerships
Healthy social and emotional relationships
The primary role of the Dean of Students is to support student learning and instruction in conjunction with the Dean's team through the No Nonsense Nurturing, CHAMPION Model® and restorative practices at BSA. The Dean of Students will facilitate the continuous improvement of academic achievement by managing school discipline and focusing on improving student character insuring use of this restorative model of behavioral change. The Dean of Students will play an active role in monitoring and tracking students' compliance with the BSA Code of Conduct both inside and outside of the classroom. This person will support the faculty by taking initiative to support teachers as they address behavior problems empower students in positive engagement strategies and contribute to the learning experience in the classroom. The Dean of Students will handle all disciplinary matters, including tracking and managing school-wide consequences, detentions, suspensions, and parent interactions as they relate to discipline during and after school in collaboration with the Door. The ideal person has excellent interpersonal skills with students, families, and other colleagues. This person will create a positive, structured, and disciplined school culture for students.
Model school expectations for students and staff
Supervise the consistent and fair administration and tracking of student conduct
Enforce the BSA Student Code of Conduct
Enforce the uniform policy
Implement and follow policies and procedures for behavior violations
Collaborate with the instructional leadership team on classroom/ behavior management techniques for teachers
Conduct mediations and other restorative justice initiatives
Serve as a CHAMPION to a small group of students
Coordinate and conduct caregiver meetings
Collaborate with the Door to maintain a safe community during and after school
Act as primary disciplinary communication link with students and families
Lead the supervision of arrival, lunch, and dismissal
Maintain accurate student discipline records through the use of Kickboard and Powerschool
Contribute to maintaining order while students transition in hallways
Undertake administrative and instructional duties as assigned.
Ensure due process and legal compliance regarding student discipline actions
Collaborate with Deans Team on school-wide culture initiatives
Other tasks and responsibilities as assigned by the Administration.
Bachelor's degree required, Master's degree preferred
Four or more years of experience as a teacher or Dean in an urban school
Excellent interpersonal skills with students, families, and teachers
Proficiency with Kickboard and Powerschool preferred
Bilingual (Spanish & English) preferred
Proven track record of mediating conflict situations
Relentless commitment to the academic success of all students
Stamina to handle long days and the intensity required to work in a high-performing charter school
A flexible thinker willing to do "whatever it takes"
Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Word and Outlook
Broome Street Academy
Dean of Culture
Commensurate with experience, plus generous benefits
Submit cover letter and resume to: APPLY
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Friendship Public Charter Schools is a thriving network of college preparatory public charter schools. Headquartered in Washington, DC, Friendship serves over 4,000 students in preschool to grade 12 and guides a growing network of alumni to college completion annually. 80% of students come from low-income households. 98% are African American or Latino. The mission of Friendship Public Charter School is to prepare students to become ethical, literate, well-rounded and self-sufficient citizens by providing a world-class education that motivates students to reach high academic standards, to enjoy learning, to achieve success, and to contribute actively to their communities.
The Dean of Students is a critical stakeholder in driving our efforts to educate and support the whole child. This individual is responsible for supporting the school-wide plan to create a positive culture, reinforces expected behaviors and works with administrators to administer the discipline policy. The Dean not only reinforces our academic and behavioral expectations for our young leaders, but also models these expectations.
Provide and supervise in a fair and consistent manner effective discipline system with high standards, consistent with the philosophy, values, and mission of the school and district, in accordance with due process and other laws and regulations.
Support Academic Advisors in the implementation of the school wide plan for creating a positive culture of behavior in the school.
Team with teachers, staff, social worker, parent coordinator and curriculum and professional development coordinator in the development and implementation of the school-wide plan for creating a positive culture.
Notify appropriate personnel and agencies immediately, and follow established procedures when there is evidence of substance abuse, child abuse, child neglect, severe medical or social conditions, potential suicide or individuals appearing to be under the influence of alcohol, controlled substances, or anabolic steroids.
Establish a professional rapport with students and with staff. Display the highest ethical and professional behavior and standards when working with students, parents, school personnel, and agencies associated with the school.
Support the development of a safe, orderly environment that encourages students to take responsibility for behavior and creates high morale among staff and students.
Maintain positive, cooperative, and mutually supportive relationships with the central administration, parents, and representatives of resource agencies within the community.
Bachelor's Degree preferred in Education, Youth Development, Social Work or related discipline.
Experience working with school age children.
Administrative and/or supervisory experience working in a school or educational setting.
Demonstrated leadership and organizational skills and the ability to motivate people.
Strong interpersonal skills, able to relate well with students, staff, administration, parents and the community.
FPCS's policy is to provide equal employment opportunity to all qualified applicants and employees regardless of their race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, genetic information, veteran status, status as a special disabled veteran, or any other protected criteria as established by federal, state, or local laws. This policy applies to recruitment and hiring, training, promotion, compensation, benefits, transfer, layoff, termination and all other terms and conditions of employment. Employment decisions at FPCS are based solely upon relevant criteria, including an individual's capabilities, qualifications, training, experience and suitability.
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.
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St. Paul Academy and Summit School seeks candidates for the position of Dean of Students for the Upper School (grades 9-12). This is a full-time, 11-month position for which the start date is July 1, 2018.
A robust and stimulating academic program is central to the mission of SPA and the reason that families choose this school. The academic program is embedded within a rich student community with varied opportunities for engagement and citizenship, and students are supported along their academic journey as they develop social and emotional skills and strategies.
As leader of the Upper School, the Principal delegates to and is supported by the three key leaders--Counselor, Dean of Students, and Academic Dean--who provide an integrated approach to Upper School student development and program, taking into consideration community citizenship, academic progress, and social/emotional health. Typically, the three work in close collaboration to integrate the three crucial facets of student development; each one serves as point person with respect to one aspect of the Upper School program, with the other two serving as partners and consultants.
The Upper School Dean of Students is responsible for supporting social and emotional student and community development. Areas of responsibility include articulating the vision and developing a comprehensive advisory program; coordinating professional development for faculty as advisors; developing, implementing, and overseeing extracurricular and community activities; articulating and implementing values, policies and practices that support positive student community behavior; coordinating student health needs; coordinating and implementing Upper School security and emergency plans and practices; and participating in conversations about admission, diversity and inclusion, calendar, and others as needed.
Successful candidates should bring demonstrated experience and excellence working directly with students in grades 9-12 as individuals and as groups, both within and beyond the classroom. Their professional experience in schools should demonstrate increasing administrative responsibilities, such that serving as Dean of Students is the logical next step in their career.
Candidates should possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills with students, teachers, parents, and administrators. Counseling credentials and experience strongly preferred.
Candidates are expected to carry out the mission of SPA, "Shaping the minds and hearts of the people who will change the world," to support the vision of the Upper School and to contribute to the life of the school outside of the classroom.
Please submit the following information with your application to be considered: letter of interest, resume, education philosophy, transcripts and a list of references.
St. Paul Academy and Summit School is committed to diversity and equal opportunity.
© 2018 St. Paul Academy and Summit School
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CLASS TITLE: Teacher
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CLASS: Under the supervision of the school principal, responsible for the instruction, progress, and discipline of all pupils in assigned classes, and performs related duties as required.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Responsible for instructional planning, including, but not limited to, providing written lesson plans and preparation in accordance with the objectives of the instructional program, establishing positive learning expectation standards for all pupils, and evaluating pupils' progress and maintaining current and accurate records of pupils' achievements; implements instructional methods, including, but not limited to, applying contemporary principles of learning theory and teaching methodology, drawing from the range of instructional materials available in the school, participating in the development and implementation of new teaching techniques, and providing bulletin board and interest areas reflective of pupils' current work; exhibits and applies knowledge of the curriculum content related to subject areas and instructional level; participates in programs to improve student attendance; promotes anti-vandalism programs in the schools; establishes and maintains reasonable rules of conduct within the classroom and on school grounds, including, but not limited to, playgrounds, corridors, and lunchrooms, consistent with the provisions of the Chicago Public Schools' Uniform Discipline Code; maintains accurate attendance records and seating charts; encourages student growth in self-discipline and positive self-concept; ensures fairness in teacher-pupil relationships and exhibits an understanding and respect for students; initiates appropriate conferences with parents, guardians, administrators, and/or ancillary personnel, in accordance with school procedures; communicates with parents or guardians and counsels pupils on the pupil's academic progress, attendance, and conduct; participates in in-service meetings and professional staff meetings and uses pertinent information and materials provided; may coordinate and attend class field trips; may work in extra-curricular and after-school activities; utilizes appropriate resources available in the community.
All teachers new to the district must first gain eligibility in the CPS Teacher Quality Pool to be considered for teaching positions. Information on these steps is available on the bottom of the CPS Careers page.
Education and Experience. Successful completion of all student teaching requirements as well as all course work required to obtain the appropriate teaching certificate(s) issued by the Illinois State Board of Education.
Teachers must possess at least one of the following valid teaching license issued by the Illinois State Board of Education: Professional Educator License (PEL), Educator License with Stipulations (ELS) or a Substitute License.
Knowledge, Abilities, and Skill. Knowledge of subject matter consistent with state certification requirements, knowledge of contemporary principles and practices of teaching, knowledge of classroom and behavior management techniques.
Ability to modify instruction to meet student needs, ability to cooperate with the school faculty and administration in the development and implementation of an articulated program of instruction, ability to work effectively with pupils, parents and guardians, staff members, and community representatives in providing an appropriate educational program; ability to understand the physical, intellectual, social, and emotional patterns of pupils.
Skill in the application of contemporary principles and practices of teaching, good oral and written communication skills, good interpersonal skills, skill in exercising sound and professional judgment.
Physical Requirements. Light Work:
Exerting up to twenty (20) pounds of force occasionally, or up to ten (10) pounds of force frequently, or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects. Physical demands include the ability to stoop occasionally, reach frequently, handle and finger objects occasionally, talk and hear constantly, frequent use of near visual acuity, and occasional use offer visual acuity.
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Position: Dean of Students
Location: Deer Creek Elementary School
Schedule: 2018-2019 School Year - 205 days
SALARY: Per Board approved 2017-2018 Licensed Salary schedule.
Initial placement on the salary schedule is based upon Highest Degree Earned, credits earned after highest degree and up to 6 years Previous Experience in related field.
Annual pay is divided equally by 12 months and paid monthly on the last business workday of the month.
Possible coaching and club sponsorship opportunities.
BENEFITS: Full-time employees are eligible for the District Benefits Package.
(health, dental, vision, and life insurance)
Eligible for PERA Retirement Plan
Sick/Personal days earned at 1 day for every 20 days worked
Licensed Emergency Leave Bank.
Deer Creek Elementary School is seeking a candidate who desires to work in a mountain community southwest of Denver. A person who has demonstrated experienceas part of a highly professional staff, maintaining a safe school and pleasant working environment. DCES is a high performance school with a strong culture of high expectations and results.
Preferences for candidates working toward a Colorado Administrative License.
A minimum of (5) years' experience as a teacher.
Ability to demonstrate strong understanding of early childhoold development, preschool through intermediate grades.
Personal characteristics and skills for fostering postive school community relationships, positive school culture and high parental engagement in the school.
First Aid Certification obtained within 90 days following the first date on the job.
Provide leadership for the positive behavior support system.
Work collaboratively with prinicpal to support students who have been referred for behavior issues. Enter the behavior reports in Infinite Campus.
Provide leadership for writing 504 plans and communicating these plans to teachers, staff and parents.
Provide leadership for the scheduling and administration of district interim and state mandated assessments.
Serve as the Acting Principal in the absence of the Principal.
Take an active role in Professional Learning Community committees.
Work collaboratively with the principal to learn about the staff and teacher supervision and evaluation process.
Work collaboratively with the prinicpal on initiatives to continue to improve parental involvement and community volunteers in the school.
Take an active role on the School Advisory Committee.
Maintain an ongoing effort to promote positive relationships with staff, students, parents and the community (See Policy 701 - Positive School-Community Relations and Policy 702 - Student-Community Relations)
Prepare reports as requested by the Principal.
Be familiar with and abide by Federal and Colorado laws, Board of Education policies, District Regulations, and school procedures that relate to employment with the District (See Policy 207, Article 1 - Staff Responsibilities)
Collaborate with parents in helping their child to be successful in school.
Collaborate with classroom teachers to develop plans to support students success in school.
Adhere to Board policy and regulations.
Serve as a positive liaison between the school and community (e.g. public relations)
Other duties as assigned,.
Apply Online www.plattecanyonschools.org
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER
Platte Canyon School District
In compliance with Titles VI & VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, the Americans with Disabilities Act and Colorado law, the Platte Canyon School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex (which includes marital status), sexual orientation, religion, national origin, ancestry, creed, age, disability, genetic information, or any other protected status in admissions or access to its programs and services, or employment in the educational programs or activities which it operates.
Complaint procedures for Title IX and Section 504 have been established for students, parents and employees. Compliance Officers have been assigned to coordinate compliance activities for the District. Written complaints of alleged discrimination should be addressed to one of the following individuals at the Platte Canyon School District, 57393 U.S. Highway 285, Bailey, Colorado 80421.
For employment-related complaints:
Dr. Brenda Krage, Superintendent – District Compliance Officer
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