TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: A full contract for this position is 240 days, with benefits as specified in employee contract. Contract will be prorated based on actual start date.
BEGINNING: July, 2022
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Oversees the development and implementation of high quality local assessments to meet state requirements and track student progress on state standards.
Develops and administers the district’s assessment program.
Enforces guidelines to maintain proper discipline and conduct.
Develops and administers policies regarding discipline, conduct, and attendance.
Communicates relevant policies and procedures with regard to student discipline, conduct, and attendance to students, staff, and parents.
Collaborates with other District personnel in developing and implementing quality educational programs.
Works with and assists faculty in the development of effective classroom discipline and organization.
Develops procedures designed to enhance the safety of students and staff and to promote the security of property and equipment.
Maintains an effective and safe school environment.
Ability to implement emergency evacuations and lock-downs effectively.
Manages curriculum development to meet the needs of all students.
Prepares required reports and paperwork such as discipline reports, suspension reports, expulsion paperwork, discrimination complaints, injury reports, parent communications, and other paperwork as assigned.
Preparation of appropriate handbooks.
Establishes and maintains an effective learning climate in the building.
Designs and implementations new programs, based on current research based practices, to meet the specific needs of the school and its students.
Supervises and evaluates certified and classified personnel.
Works as a team member to meet the system-wide needs of the district.
Assists in supervision of special events.
Holds the responsibility for the welfare of all students during school hours.
Supervise the operation and maintenance of the buildings and grounds in cooperation with the Director of Buildings and Grounds.
Performs other duties as assigned by the District Administrator.
OTHER JOB FUNCTIONS
Maintain emotional control under stress.
Planning and organization.
Remain current on instructional practices in education.
Must have the ability to lift at least 40 pounds occasionally.
Ability to endure prolonged standing, walking, sitting, kneeling, occasional reaching above the head or the shoulders, bending, squatting, and kneeling.
Fort Smith Public Schools, a premier district where innovation creates excellence, is dedicated to providing an equitable, challenging educational experience by engaging families and community partners as we prepare students to embrace their roles in our culturally diverse community and rapidly changing world.