The Assistant Principal (AP) will play a key leadership role in fulfilling the vision and mission of the
school. The Assistant Principal’s primary responsibilities will be to develop and execute school-wide
initiatives that promote positive school climate and culture, encompassing attendance, PBIS, and the furthering of social-emotional learning. The AP will understand culturally and linguistically diverse learning communities, and emphasize social justice in developing a model to support the academic and social emotional needs of all learners in order to foster an environment conducive to students’ academic and social-emotional success.The AP will oversee the Special Education program and related services.
Under the supervision of the Principal, the ideal candidate will:
● Demonstrate strength as a school leader; the ability to work collaboratively with all
stakeholders; experience in promoting opportunities for family and community engagement;
expertise in planning and facilitating professional development; and display excellent oral and
written communication skills.
● Possess exceptional knowledge and experience with Special Education Programs.
● Have a proven track record of improving student outcomes, specifically in the areas of
attendance and perception.
● Possess the experience, interest, and aptitude to work with stakeholders to implement and
expand school-wide PBIS.
● Utilize various data sources to guide school-wide planning and program implementation.
● Demonstrate an understanding of middle grade cognition and socio-emotional needs.
● Ability to mentor, coach, and support teachers at all career phases, and provide ongoing
feedback to accelerate effective teaching and learning.
● Other duties as assigned.
The ideal candidate will have the following education and experience:
● Required minimum five years of successful full-time public school certificated service
● Required five years of experience as a teacher or counselor in a K-12 public school program
● Required two years of experience at the secondary level in an urban school setting
● Required a valid California teaching credential requiring a Bachelor’s degree and a program
of professional preparation, including student teaching or PPS
● Required a valid California Administrative Services Credential
● Required CLAD or BCLAD certification
● Preferred a minimum of one year of service in an administrative or supervisory position
utilizing an administrative credential, such as assistant principal or equivalent position
● Preferred Master’s degree from an accredited college or university (or currently enrolled in
● Must clear a LiveScan criminal background check
● Must clear a TB Risk Assessment
● Must complete Mandated Reporter training
Salary commensurate with qualifications, experience and education. Excellent, full benefits package.
HOW TO APPLY
To be considered, applicants must submit the following:
1. Letter of Intent that describes successful experiences in the following areas:
● Increasing student growth on standardized test scores, as well as, overall student growth
and success in raising achievement for all subgroups
● Supervising/Implementing programs at the school level, including but not limited to
special education, Title I, and English learners
● Leveraging partnerships with stakeholders to enhance teaching and learning
2. Current resume
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