High School Principal - Monument Mountain Regional High School
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Berkshire Hills Regional School District
Great Barrington Stockbridge West Stockbridge
2018-2019 Anticipated Opening – High School Principal
Monument Mountain Regional High School – Grades 9 - 12
Monument Mountain, comprised of more than 550 students and staff members, is a regional school that enjoys an excellent reputation earned through its comprehensive range of offerings, its skilled and committed faculty, and its mission to create opportunities for students that encourage and empower their learning as well as their contributions to the school community. Located in the heart of the cultural attractions of the Berkshires, it is two and a half hours from both New York City and Boston.
Requirements: MA Certified or Certifiable as a Secondary School Principal with at least 5 years experience in teaching and/or administration at the secondary level. Masters Degree in Administration or equivalent preferred.
Qualifications: Demonstrated success in supporting learning, collaborative leadership, professional growth, community partnership and innovation. Dedication to and support of the success of the school’s students and programs a must. High School teaching and administration experience preferred.
Starting Date: July 1, 2018 or negotiable Salary: Negotiable dependent on qualifications and experience.
Application Deadline Date: Priority will be given to those applicants received in the Superintendent’s Office no later than noon – May 3, 2018.
Send Application (located at www.bhrsd.org), Certification & Licensure Information, Resume, Official Transcripts, Letter of Interest, & 3 Current Letters of Reference to: Dr. Peter Dillon, Superintendent of Schools, Berkshire Hills Regional School District, P.O. Box 617, 50 Main Street, Stockbridge, MA 01262, (413) 298-4017 ext. 719 email@example.com
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER: The Berkshire Hills Regional School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, religion, national origin or disabilities (Chapter 622, Title IX and Sec. 504 Regs.)