Soliant has teamed up with a school district in the Salem, Virginia area to help find them an assistant principle .
Graduate degree from accredited college or university.
Thorough knowledge of general and special education principles, practices and procedures
Eligibility or possession of a Postgraduate Professional License with endorsements in Special Education and/or Administration/Supervision K-12 preferred
Appropriate manner including poise, tact, good judgment and ability to work effectively with personnel, community representatives, parents and children
Ability to utilize MS Office and learn a variety of software
Ability to complete, CPR and First Aid Training
Ability to deliver articulate effective and professional oral presentations and written reports
Virtual interview process.
Provides classroom, cafeteria, and other educational setting supports as needed. Assists the Lead Administrator in the overall administration of the school which includes, but is not limited to interpreting and enforcing school policies and regulations.
Assists in supervision of all students, monitors halls, school grounds, and pupil movement to ensure a safe and orderly environment
Help conduct safety inspections and safety drill practice activities
Coordinates and supervises the daily operation of the school’s security functions, the behavior program and student discipline
Serves as the administrative designee in the absence of the Principal/Educational Coordinator or as assigned by the Principal/Educational Coordinator, Director or Assistant Director of Education
Assists in the preparation of student and staff handbooks, master schedule, and staff case management
Creates student schedules
Insures the effective and timely reporting and communication related to student discipline
Assists in the creation and implementation of individualized behavior plans through collaboration with teachers, other school personnel and parents
Assists in the collection of student behavior data as assigned by the Lead School Administrator
Prepares for and attends meetings (e.g., FAPT, IEP, etc), court hearings, or other community agency meetings as necessary for the purposes of student support
Assists in coordinating open houses, parent-teacher meetings, transportation and other school related events
Assist in implementing and monitoring IEP progress forms, eligibilities, and yearly IEP reviews
Provide assistance during the student referral process including coordinating new student enrollment with the office staff and teachers
Serve as the LEA contact for student transportation
Monitors and communicates student attendance records to LEA
Assists the Lead Administrator with student data base including student billing input, processing, and reports as assigned
Maintains a variety of files; prepares periodic and special reports as required
Staff - Assists the Principal in implementing the orientation program for beginning teachers