Jan 13, 2024

Assistant Principal

  • TrulyHired
  • Brandon, VT 05733, USA
Full-time Administrative

Job Description

The community of Neshobe Elementary School in Brandon Vermont and the Rutland Northeast Supervisory Union is seeking a creative, and dynamic individual to be our next Neshobe Assistant Principal, beginning July 1, 2024. Duties will include administration of: Responsible, under the direction of the principal for the development, comprehensive implementation and monitoring of the effectiveness of all aspects of the instructional program. Plans, administers, and assesses the procedures and activities of the Action Plan including school goals. Responsible for transportation and facility needs of the school (elementary level) Upon delegation by the superintendent, and in cooperation with the principal, is responsible for all aspects of the hiring process for non-certificated staff, up to preparing recommendations for the principal, as the superintendent's designee, to present to the school board (16 VSA 242). Makes budget recommendations to the principal, superintendent and board which are necessary to achieve the learning goals of the school. Makes budget recommendations to the principal, superintendent and board which provide for safe and well-maintained buildings, grounds and transportation system. Supports the schools behavioral response to student and staff incidents Supports school safety planning and implementation In the principal's absence, serves as chief operating officer of the building and exercises appropriate judgment and takes such actions as necessary to assure safe, efficient, economical and orderly operation of the school. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: (Either directly or through delegation) Supervises and evaluates all non-certificated staff Supervises and evaluates professional staff as assigned. •Assures compliance with all applicable state and federal laws and regulations, local and supervisory union policies and administrative regulations (16 VSA 12) Maintains active, positive and responsive relationships with students, parents, staff, and the community. Responsible for the parts of the budget that include buildings, grounds, maintenance, and transportation. Develops the master schedule and other duty schedules as required. Prepares such reports to the public, superintendent, and board that may be necessary and responds to written and oral requests for information. Keeps the principal informed of events and activities of an unusual nature as well as routine matters related to the principal's responsibilities. Implements the school Behavior Plan. MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES: (Either directly or through delegation) Schedules and supervises the use of facilities, equipment and property. Responsible for the transportation, maintenance and food service programs. Supervises all activities that are part of the school's co-curricular activities. Manages daily routine problems that arise. Comply with all RNESU policies, procedures and processes. The successful candidate should have a minimum of three years of teaching in K-12. A Masters Degree in Education is required. The candidate must hold or be eligible for VT Principal license. RNESU prefers applicants with experience in PBIS, Social-Emotional Learning, and Restorative Practices. Community/History: Neshobe is a PK-6 school located in rural Forest Dale, Vermont educating the communities of Brandon, Forest Dale, and Goshen. We believe in the potential of every student. We believe each student has unique needs, and that we can provide a safe, supportive, yet challenging learning environment to meet those needs and foster growth. We believe all students learn better if there are strong connections with their teachers and other school staff, based on positive, respectful interactions. We believe family involvement is essential to the success of our students. We encourage families to take an active role in the social and academic lives of our students. We believe it is our responsibility to provide opportunities for families to contribute to the school community. We believe connections that are personal, educational, and family and community oriented support the whole child. These strong connections help students feel safe both physically and emotionally in their school setting. Demographics: We have approximately 430 students PK through sixth grade with 56% of our students eligible for free/reduced meals. School Specific Initiative: Positive Behavior Supports Responsive Classroom Readers' and Writers' Workshop Standards Based Progress Reports Instructional Data Teams 1:1 Technology MTSS for Academics and Behavior VT Everybody Wins! Mentoring Program S.O.A.R. After School and Summer Program Strong Collaboration with Brandon Recreation Department Project Based Learning Electronic Portfolios in Fifth and Sixth Grades Choice Based Art Program in Fourth - Sixth Grades Interested candidates are asked to apply on Schoolspring.com to Kristin Hubert Superintendent of Schools

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