Assistant Principal- Quantum

Location
Boynton Beach, FL, US
Salary
Competitive
Posted
Jan 19, 2021
Ref
335708801
Description



  • PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITES:

    • Uphold school mission and vision.

    o Encourage an environment of student success, including a focus on success after graduation

    o Maintain direct and indirect student contact to monitor progress and academic success

    o Monitor graduation rates, postsecondary enrollment, post-graduation employment, and additional training or military enlistments

    Evaluation Criteria

    o Progress Monitoring Logs reviewed and approved weekly with applicable feedback to Teachers

    o Agendas and notes of bi-weekly data analysis meetings with staff

    o Graduation Checklist completed for every senior

    o My Success© monitored for completion of postsecondary information

    o School Dashboard monitored for postsecondary, graduates, courses passed, and credits earned fields

    o Contact by Staff Log indicates evidence of maintaining contact with students upon graduation and monitoring and tracking their intended postsecondary paths

    o School mission and vision posters in every classroom

    o Student progress and success are recognized, e.g., classroom certificates, firesigns, incentive initiatives

    • Assist Principal in facilitating and monitoring a school climate that is conducive to student learning and implementing research-based instructional practices aligned with the Standard Operating Model.

    Evaluation Criteria

    o Completed Orientation Checklists for each student is in academic folder

    o Observation of instructional best practices implemented throughout school as evidenced by observation and data analysis tools

    o Observation and review of documentation show all staff follow standard operating model as evidenced by school walkthroughs, surveys, reports

    o Completed Classroom Management Plans reviewed and signed

    • Oversee all aspects of the core academic program to include, but not be limited to:

    o Ensure fidelity of implementation of all approved academic software, off-line curriculum and assessments

    o Development of Individual Success Plans (ISP)

    o Ensure student academic records are accurate and up to date

    o On-going individual student academic advising

    o Student preparation and staff administration of all standardized assessments

    o Compliance with Exceptional Student Education (ESE) and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) requirements

    Evaluation Criteria

    o Correct issues identified in monthly academic reports, walkthroughs, audit of student academic records, and observations

    o Course Completion Checklists reviewed and signed

    o Complete and up-to-date student Academic Folders

    o Complete and up-to-date ESE and ESOL compliance documentation

    o Schedule of test preparation for students, e.g., state assessments, college admission exams, district benchmarks

    o Evidence of adherence to district and state assessment administration protocol

    o 100% of enrolled students have completed and current ISP

    o Completes tasks assigned in Standard Operating Model

    • Serve as primary building administrator in the absence of the Principal.

    Evaluation Criteria

    o Successful completion of duties assigned by Principal to be performed in his/her absence

    o Observed leadership provided as necessary to ensure normal day-to-day educational and operational activities

    o An administrator is on duty at all times when students are in the building

    • Assist Principal in all initiatives to ensure school meets defined FTE enrollment and attendance goals.

    Evaluation Criteria

    o Meets or exceeds FTE enrollment goals

    o Meets or exceeds established student attendance goals

    o Meets or exceeds established student retention goals

    • Assist the Principal in recruiting and hiring highly-qualified instructional staff.

    Evaluation Criteria

    o All staff possess the required certifications and endorsements

    o School is staffed appropriately to meet all instructional needs

    o Follows company's marketing and hiring protocols

    • Supervise and retain highly-qualified instructional staff.

    Evaluation Criteria

    o Retention rates meet or exceed agreed upon percentage for instructional staff

    o Attendance percentages meet or exceed 90% for instructional staff

    o Certification data base is accurate and up to date for all instructional staff

    o Instructional staff has required certifications or endorsements, e.g., reading, ESOL

    o Schedule of observations and walkthroughs with data entered into observation tool meets minimum requirements

    • Ensure instructional staff meets expectations for performance, accountability and adherence to company policies and procedures.

    Evaluation Criteria

    o Staff follows policies and procedures as evidenced by walkthroughs and observations of established protocols

    o Evidence of prescribed use of adopted teacher observation and feedback tools to include formal and informal classroom observations and walkthroughs - Review of Teacher Evaluation protocols and instruments

    o Evidence of frequent and appropriate use of performance data to include instructional software reports, Student Tracking and Academic Reporting System (STARS) reports, Daily Dashboard and standardized assessments to monitor continuous academic progress and/or growth

    o Progress Monitoring Logs document evidence of frequent and appropriate use of performance data by staff to inform instruction

    o Appropriate completion of growth plans when expectations are not met and improvement is needed in specific areas

    o Appropriate completion of counseling forms when immediate action is required by the employee to correct a performance issue

    o Follows progressive discipline timelines and protocols

    • Lead all professional development initiatives relating, but not limited, to:

    o Academic advising

    o Academic interventions and strategies

    o Standardized assessments

    o Progress monitoring

    o Classroom management

    o Analysis and effective use of school and individual student performance data

    o Professional development initiatives identified in the School Improvement Plan

    Evaluation Criteria

    o Completed New Hire checklists show that new hires have received all required training

    o Individual Professional Development Plan (IPDP) on file for all instructional staff according to established timelines

    o School Professional Development Plan and calendar show evidence of ongoing training based on needs assessment and data analysis

    o Timelines met for submitting professional development schedules, sign ins, or other training documentation to Principal

    o Successful completion of all professional development initiatives identified in the School Improvement Plan

    o Completion of all state mandated training for instructional staff

    o Learning Management System (LMS) reports indicate all training is current and recorded

    o Professional Development evaluation data analysis

    o Completed professional development tasks assigned in Standard Operating Model

    • Perform all other duties as deemed necessary, which are aligned in accordance with company policies and procedures, to ensure that student educational and behavioral goals and objectives are achieved.

  • Requirements

    REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

    • Knowledge of educational administration as it relates to school management and organization

    • Knowledge of the principles of secondary education

    • Knowledge of curriculum and instructional theory

    • Knowledge, skills and ability to analyze and manipulate data to drive program improvement

    • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing

    • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff and stakeholders

    • Knowledge of and ability to work in a technology rich environment

    • Skilled in the use of productivity software, including but not limited to: Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook




    • PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITES:

      • Uphold school mission and vision.

      o Encourage an environment of student success, including a focus on success after graduation

      o Maintain direct and indirect student contact to monitor progress and academic success

      o Monitor graduation rates, postsecondary enrollment, post-graduation employment, and additional training or military enlistments

      Evaluation Criteria

      o Progress Monitoring Logs reviewed and approved weekly with applicable feedback to Teachers

      o Agendas and notes of bi-weekly data analysis meetings with staff

      o Graduation Checklist completed for every senior

      o My Success© monitored for completion of postsecondary information

      o School Dashboard monitored for postsecondary, graduates, courses passed, and credits earned fields

      o Contact by Staff Log indicates evidence of maintaining contact with students upon graduation and monitoring and tracking their intended postsecondary paths

      o School mission and vision posters in every classroom

      o Student progress and success are recognized, e.g., classroom certificates, firesigns, incentive initiatives

      • Assist Principal in facilitating and monitoring a school climate that is conducive to student learning and implementing research-based instructional practices aligned with the Standard Operating Model.

      Evaluation Criteria

      o Completed Orientation Checklists for each student is in academic folder

      o Observation of instructional best practices implemented throughout school as evidenced by observation and data analysis tools

      o Observation and review of documentation show all staff follow standard operating model as evidenced by school walkthroughs, surveys, reports

      o Completed Classroom Management Plans reviewed and signed

      • Oversee all aspects of the core academic program to include, but not be limited to:

      o Ensure fidelity of implementation of all approved academic software, off-line curriculum and assessments

      o Development of Individual Success Plans (ISP)

      o Ensure student academic records are accurate and up to date

      o On-going individual student academic advising

      o Student preparation and staff administration of all standardized assessments

      o Compliance with Exceptional Student Education (ESE) and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) requirements

      Evaluation Criteria

      o Correct issues identified in monthly academic reports, walkthroughs, audit of student academic records, and observations

      o Course Completion Checklists reviewed and signed

      o Complete and up-to-date student Academic Folders

      o Complete and up-to-date ESE and ESOL compliance documentation

      o Schedule of test preparation for students, e.g., state assessments, college admission exams, district benchmarks

      o Evidence of adherence to district and state assessment administration protocol

      o 100% of enrolled students have completed and current ISP

      o Completes tasks assigned in Standard Operating Model

      • Serve as primary building administrator in the absence of the Principal.

      Evaluation Criteria

      o Successful completion of duties assigned by Principal to be performed in his/her absence

      o Observed leadership provided as necessary to ensure normal day-to-day educational and operational activities

      o An administrator is on duty at all times when students are in the building

      • Assist Principal in all initiatives to ensure school meets defined FTE enrollment and attendance goals.

      Evaluation Criteria

      o Meets or exceeds FTE enrollment goals

      o Meets or exceeds established student attendance goals

      o Meets or exceeds established student retention goals

      • Assist the Principal in recruiting and hiring highly-qualified instructional staff.

      Evaluation Criteria

      o All staff possess the required certifications and endorsements

      o School is staffed appropriately to meet all instructional needs

      o Follows company's marketing and hiring protocols

      • Supervise and retain highly-qualified instructional staff.

      Evaluation Criteria

      o Retention rates meet or exceed agreed upon percentage for instructional staff

      o Attendance percentages meet or exceed 90% for instructional staff

      o Certification data base is accurate and up to date for all instructional staff

      o Instructional staff has required certifications or endorsements, e.g., reading, ESOL

      o Schedule of observations and walkthroughs with data entered into observation tool meets minimum requirements

      • Ensure instructional staff meets expectations for performance, accountability and adherence to company policies and procedures.

      Evaluation Criteria

      o Staff follows policies and procedures as evidenced by walkthroughs and observations of established protocols

      o Evidence of prescribed use of adopted teacher observation and feedback tools to include formal and informal classroom observations and walkthroughs - Review of Teacher Evaluation protocols and instruments

      o Evidence of frequent and appropriate use of performance data to include instructional software reports, Student Tracking and Academic Reporting System (STARS) reports, Daily Dashboard and standardized assessments to monitor continuous academic progress and/or growth

      o Progress Monitoring Logs document evidence of frequent and appropriate use of performance data by staff to inform instruction

      o Appropriate completion of growth plans when expectations are not met and improvement is needed in specific areas

      o Appropriate completion of counseling forms when immediate action is required by the employee to correct a performance issue

      o Follows progressive discipline timelines and protocols

      • Lead all professional development initiatives relating, but not limited, to:

      o Academic advising

      o Academic interventions and strategies

      o Standardized assessments

      o Progress monitoring

      o Classroom management

      o Analysis and effective use of school and individual student performance data

      o Professional development initiatives identified in the School Improvement Plan

      Evaluation Criteria

      o Completed New Hire checklists show that new hires have received all required training

      o Individual Professional Development Plan (IPDP) on file for all instructional staff according to established timelines

      o School Professional Development Plan and calendar show evidence of ongoing training based on needs assessment and data analysis

      o Timelines met for submitting professional development schedules, sign ins, or other training documentation to Principal

      o Successful completion of all professional development initiatives identified in the School Improvement Plan

      o Completion of all state mandated training for instructional staff

      o Learning Management System (LMS) reports indicate all training is current and recorded

      o Professional Development evaluation data analysis

      o Completed professional development tasks assigned in Standard Operating Model

      • Perform all other duties as deemed necessary, which are aligned in accordance with company policies and procedures, to ensure that student educational and behavioral goals and objectives are achieved.

    • Requirements

      REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

      • Knowledge of educational administration as it relates to school management and organization

      • Knowledge of the principles of secondary education

      • Knowledge of curriculum and instructional theory

      • Knowledge, skills and ability to analyze and manipulate data to drive program improvement

      • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing

      • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff and stakeholders

      • Knowledge of and ability to work in a technology rich environment

      • Skilled in the use of productivity software, including but not limited to: Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook




      • PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITES:

        • Uphold school mission and vision.

        o Encourage an environment of student success, including a focus on success after graduation

        o Maintain direct and indirect student contact to monitor progress and academic success

        o Monitor graduation rates, postsecondary enrollment, post-graduation employment, and additional training or military enlistments

        Evaluation Criteria

        o Progress Monitoring Logs reviewed and approved weekly with applicable feedback to Teachers

        o Agendas and notes of bi-weekly data analysis meetings with staff

        o Graduation Checklist completed for every senior

        o My Success© monitored for completion of postsecondary information

        o School Dashboard monitored for postsecondary, graduates, courses passed, and credits earned fields

        o Contact by Staff Log indicates evidence of maintaining contact with students upon graduation and monitoring and tracking their intended postsecondary paths

        o School mission and vision posters in every classroom

        o Student progress and success are recognized, e.g., classroom certificates, firesigns, incentive initiatives

        • Assist Principal in facilitating and monitoring a school climate that is conducive to student learning and implementing research-based instructional practices aligned with the Standard Operating Model.

        Evaluation Criteria

        o Completed Orientation Checklists for each student is in academic folder

        o Observation of instructional best practices implemented throughout school as evidenced by observation and data analysis tools

        o Observation and review of documentation show all staff follow standard operating model as evidenced by school walkthroughs, surveys, reports

        o Completed Classroom Management Plans reviewed and signed

        • Oversee all aspects of the core academic program to include, but not be limited to:

        o Ensure fidelity of implementation of all approved academic software, off-line curriculum and assessments

        o Development of Individual Success Plans (ISP)

        o Ensure student academic records are accurate and up to date

        o On-going individual student academic advising

        o Student preparation and staff administration of all standardized assessments

        o Compliance with Exceptional Student Education (ESE) and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) requirements

        Evaluation Criteria

        o Correct issues identified in monthly academic reports, walkthroughs, audit of student academic records, and observations

        o Course Completion Checklists reviewed and signed

        o Complete and up-to-date student Academic Folders

        o Complete and up-to-date ESE and ESOL compliance documentation

        o Schedule of test preparation for students, e.g., state assessments, college admission exams, district benchmarks

        o Evidence of adherence to district and state assessment administration protocol

        o 100% of enrolled students have completed and current ISP

        o Completes tasks assigned in Standard Operating Model

        • Serve as primary building administrator in the absence of the Principal.

        Evaluation Criteria

        o Successful completion of duties assigned by Principal to be performed in his/her absence

        o Observed leadership provided as necessary to ensure normal day-to-day educational and operational activities

        o An administrator is on duty at all times when students are in the building

        • Assist Principal in all initiatives to ensure school meets defined FTE enrollment and attendance goals.

        Evaluation Criteria

        o Meets or exceeds FTE enrollment goals

        o Meets or exceeds established student attendance goals

        o Meets or exceeds established student retention goals

        • Assist the Principal in recruiting and hiring highly-qualified instructional staff.

        Evaluation Criteria

        o All staff possess the required certifications and endorsements

        o School is staffed appropriately to meet all instructional needs

        o Follows company's marketing and hiring protocols

        • Supervise and retain highly-qualified instructional staff.

        Evaluation Criteria

        o Retention rates meet or exceed agreed upon percentage for instructional staff

        o Attendance percentages meet or exceed 90% for instructional staff

        o Certification data base is accurate and up to date for all instructional staff

        o Instructional staff has required certifications or endorsements, e.g., reading, ESOL

        o Schedule of observations and walkthroughs with data entered into observation tool meets minimum requirements

        • Ensure instructional staff meets expectations for performance, accountability and adherence to company policies and procedures.

        Evaluation Criteria

        o Staff follows policies and procedures as evidenced by walkthroughs and observations of established protocols

        o Evidence of prescribed use of adopted teacher observation and feedback tools to include formal and informal classroom observations and walkthroughs - Review of Teacher Evaluation protocols and instruments

        o Evidence of frequent and appropriate use of performance data to include instructional software reports, Student Tracking and Academic Reporting System (STARS) reports, Daily Dashboard and standardized assessments to monitor continuous academic progress and/or growth

        o Progress Monitoring Logs document evidence of frequent and appropriate use of performance data by staff to inform instruction

        o Appropriate completion of growth plans when expectations are not met and improvement is needed in specific areas

        o Appropriate completion of counseling forms when immediate action is required by the employee to correct a performance issue

        o Follows progressive discipline timelines and protocols

        • Lead all professional development initiatives relating, but not limited, to:

        o Academic advising

        o Academic interventions and strategies

        o Standardized assessments

        o Progress monitoring

        o Classroom management

        o Analysis and effective use of school and individual student performance data

        o Professional development initiatives identified in the School Improvement Plan

        Evaluation Criteria

        o Completed New Hire checklists show that new hires have received all required training

        o Individual Professional Development Plan (IPDP) on file for all instructional staff according to established timelines

        o School Professional Development Plan and calendar show evidence of ongoing training based on needs assessment and data analysis

        o Timelines met for submitting professional development schedules, sign ins, or other training documentation to Principal

        o Successful completion of all professional development initiatives identified in the School Improvement Plan

        o Completion of all state mandated training for instructional staff

        o Learning Management System (LMS) reports indicate all training is current and recorded

        o Professional Development evaluation data analysis

        o Completed professional development tasks assigned in Standard Operating Model

        • Perform all other duties as deemed necessary, which are aligned in accordance with company policies and procedures, to ensure that student educational and behavioral goals and objectives are achieved.

      • Requirements

        REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

        • Knowledge of educational administration as it relates to school management and organization

        • Knowledge of the principles of secondary education

        • Knowledge of curriculum and instructional theory

        • Knowledge, skills and ability to analyze and manipulate data to drive program improvement

        • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing

        • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff and stakeholders

        • Knowledge of and ability to work in a technology rich environment

        • Skilled in the use of productivity software, including but not limited to: Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook


Requirements

JOB REQUIREMENTS AND PREREQUISITES:

• Possession of or ability to obtain within 18 months of hire date the required state administrative certification

• Possession of or ability to obtain within 18 months of hire date a master's degree in Education, Educational Leadership, Curriculum and Instruction or a related educational field from an accredited college or university

• Possession of a valid state teaching certificate is desired if working towards administrative certification

• Two years of paid, professional experience working with at-risk youth is preferred

• One year of paid, professional experience in a position of providing instructional/supervisory leadership is preferred

• Act as an LEA when necessary to ensure compliance in ESE and ESOL meetings

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