Assistant Principal – Middle School - 2020-2021 Academic Year
Assist the Principal in the leadership, direction and supervision of the Middle School program.
1. Instructional Leadership
Assist the Principal in the development, implementation, improvement and evaluation of the instructional program conforming to the school's mission statement.
Provide instructional leadership by keeping current in instructional techniques and technology.
Work as part of a collaborative leadership team in school administration
Assist in evaluation of student academic performance and provide leadership to improve this performance.
Conduct parent and student meetings and attend all school activities
2. Staff Personnel
Supervise the instructional programs of the school, evaluating lesson plans and observing classes (teaching, as duties allow) on a regular basis to encourage the use of a variety of instructional strategies and materials consistent with research on learning and child growth and development.
Assist in screening, interviewing, and recommending employment and contractual status of staff.
Mentor, assess and assist in the evaluation and supervision of teachers.
Help maintain high staff morale.
3. Curriculum Development
Assist in coordination and development of the curriculum.
Work with principal in implementing new programs into the curriculum.
Evaluate effectiveness of program and curriculum.
4. Pupil Personnel
Partner with parents in working to provide children with optimal levels of challenge
In collaborate with Dean, counsels and instructs students for behavioral change.
Assists staff to develop appropriate responses to student behavior.
5. Public Relations
Support the school/community organizations.
Develop and maintain positive communication with the community.
6. Resource Management
Assist in the efficient management of resources.
Meet with teachers to evaluate textbook needs and orders.
7. Other duties as assigned by the Principal.
Must have Rabbinical Ordination and/or a Masters degree’s degree or higher, preferably in a major concentration in educational administration
At least five years successful highly qualified teaching experience in education required.
Strong skills in culturally relevant education and a demonstrated ability to work with teachers, staff, and the community to maximize student achievement.
Ability to implement policy based progressive discipline with students and staff with consistent and equitable conflict resolution skills.
Effective communication skills to support staff evaluation, school-wide strategic planning, and professional development activities.