The Hudson School District is seeking an exceptional educational leader to direct the instructional program and operations for the Hudson High School’s students and staff. The High School leader needs the vision, experience, knowledge, and skills to work with staff, students, families and the community to continue development of a professional learning community focused on the four A’s: Academics, Athletics, Arts, and Activities (click on the link below to view Hudson High School’s profile to learn more about this high performing school).
Administrative strengths we seek: -Embody the district’s core beliefs and a future-focused vision. -Strong work ethic and passion to seek and implement best practices. -Ability to focus staff and school efforts on continual improvement of student learning. -Strong knowledge of effective, evidence-based instructional strategies. -Ability to design and implement effective high-quality professional development. -Experience in developing community and business partnerships that advance opportunities for students. -Ability to manage the day to day operations of a building with over 1,800 students and 150+ staff. -Ability to use data to set measurable goals to improve student learning. -Ability to develop teacher leaders and foster a collaborative team environment with a common purpose. -Effective interpersonal, communication, facilitation, motivational, managerial, and community-building skills.
The new principal will join a strong team of administrators who lead and learn collaboratively with the goal of improving teaching and learning at their respective schools and throughout the district. The district leadership team supports each other through the sharing of ideas and expertise, problem-solving, and professional development. We are seeking a principal who can learn, partner with colleagues, and contribute to both secondary and district leadership teams.
Required application materials include: -WECAN application (https://wecan.education.wisc.edu/#/) and set of administrator written responses -Cover letter -Resume -Three letters of reference dated within the last year -A copy of current WI DPI administrator license or information regarding eligibility for licensure -Copies of transcripts for all degrees earned
Additional Salary Information: The salary will be in the range of $135,000/year plus an excellent and comprehensive benefits package (see link below). The final salary for the successful candidate will be negotiated and determined based upon proven experience, qualifications and meeting hiring criteria.