LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES 2022-23
Effective July 1, 2022:
ELEMENTARY PRINCIPAL (Grades 3 - 5) - The Wampus School
The position of the Wampus Principal requires a leader with extensive experience at the elementary level and a demonstrated record of accomplishment as a leader at the elementary level. We seek a successful candidate for Principal who exhibits the following criteria:
- Demonstrates leadership for a curricular and instructional program that both challenges and supports all students to maximize their learning potential.
- Demonstrates an understanding of upper elementary education in reading, writing, mathematics, science, social studies, instructional technology, and social emotional learning, as well as shows understanding of the developmental needs of upper elementary children.
- Displays extensive knowledge of the NYS Learning Standards, the NYS assessments, and other forms of assessments.
- Leads the use of data analysis to improve student learning.
- Works collaboratively with faculty to lead and support ongoing professional learning, high quality instructional practices, and a positive and caring school culture.
- Invites meaningful parent and community involvement and collaboration.
- Demonstrates knowledge of special education services to support the learning needs of students with disabilities.
- Works collaboratively with a dedicated and knowledgeable administrative team.
- Displays energy, enthusiasm, strong communication skills, and a high degree of visibility in the building.
Assistant Principal - Byram Hills High School
Successful candidate will meet the following criteria:
• Ability to engage and work collaboratively with faculty, staff, parents, community members and other stakeholders in support of carrying out the district's mission
• Display the habits of life-long learning
• Commit to continuous development as an instructional leader
• Demonstrate a commitment to student safety and building security
• Assist in the supervision and evaluation of all personnel, both teaching and non-teaching
• Assist in the administration of a comprehensive program of extracurricular activities
• Enforce the Code of Conduct as a means of promoting student growth and learning
• Knowledgeable of the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) and the requirements of the investigatory process
• Possesses strong organizational skills
• Foster personal growth through participation in seminars, conferences, professional organizations, staff development activities and institutions of higher learning
• Must hold valid New York State SBL or SAS certification
Salary is regionally competitive.
Online Applications Required at www.olasjobs.org/lhv
Jen Lamia, Ed.D, Superintendent of Schools