Assistant Principal-Mildred Strang Middle School
Mildred E Strang Middle School
Job Title: Assistant Principal
Job Category: YAAS
Department/Group: School Administration
Job Summary: Under the supervision of the School Principal, the Assistant Principal is responsible for the administration, supervision, and evaluation of all school building matters. This includes strategic and logistical planning, supervision of staff and students, implementing professional development opportunities for staff, providing instructional leadership to the school building, managing student discipline in accordance with the code of conduct, monitoring attendance, as well as other staff and student related tasks as delegated by the Principal or District Administration.
Reports to: Building Principal
Supervises: Building Staff as assigned by the Principal
New York State Certification as a School Administrator or Supervisor, School District Administrator or School District Leader or School Building Leader;
Teaching and Administrative experience in the grade level of assigned school preferred
Creative and innovative leadership
Successful experience as an instructional leader
Experience with DASA, PBIS and the Danielson Rubric
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
Highly organized and attentive to responsibilities
Adept at instructional technologies
Committed to professional growth
Administration and Supervision
Assists with the supervision and evaluation of instructional and non-instructional staff.
Assists with the development, implementation and evaluation of curriculum and instruction.
Assists with the development and implementation of the master schedule.
Coordinates the supervision of student teachers and substitute teachers.
Coordinates the supervision of the cafeteria, halls and grounds.
Coordinates the supervision of students at athletic, social and other related functions.
Implements and maintains rules of conduct.
Processes student referrals in a timely manner.
Informs parents via telephone, written correspondence and/or parent conference of student’s infractions.
Monitors student behaviors.
Keeps staff informed of student outcomes.
Coordinates the additional support services when necessary.
Supervises the attendance of all students in accordance with the provision of Article 65, Compulsory Education Act, district policies and procedures.
Is responsible for supervising all organized in-school and extra-curricular student activities.
Coordinates all student government activities.
Coordinates all non-athletic student activities.
Monitors and maintains records of class and extra-classroom activity funds.
Maintains a calendar of events.
Coordinates and arranges transportation related to school activities.
Arranges for adequate supervision of all student events.
Supervises the assignment of student lockers.
Coordinates the free/reduced lunch program.
Implements and maintains a system to record, monitor and report student tardiness and attendance.
Maintains student discipline folders.
Implements/maintains a management system to record and monitor in-school and out-of-school student suspensions.
Assists in maintaining other administrative-related records.
Arranges and conducts fire and other emergency drills.
Arranges for the distribution, collection and inventory of textbooks and supplies.
Supervises the annual inventory of media equipment, musical instruments, furniture and other equipment.
Develops and administers the mid-year and final examination schedule.
Supervises the building in the absence of the Principal.
Performs other such duties as assigned by the Principal.
Physical Demands (as per ADA)
While performing the duties of this job, the employee:
Is regularly required to stand, walk, and sit.
Is regularly required to climb, squat, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl and to reach above the head and reach forward.
Is regularly required to use hands and fingers to handle or feel objects, tools or controls and to talk and hear.
At times, required to work at a height of 20’ or more off the ground in order to perform job duties.
Occasionally required to lift and/or push up to 75 pounds.
Must have specific vision abilities for close vision, distance vision, depth perception and tell the difference between colors
The noise level in the work environment is typical for a school environment.
The manager continuously interacts with the public and other staff and frequently meets multiple demands from several people.
Work generally performed indoors.