Glenbrook South High School is seeking an Assistant Principal for Student Services.
The primary purpose of this position is to provide leadership and support to the Student Services Department, including counselors, social workers, school psychologists, college counselors, school nurses, and registration personnel. This position supports school-wide operations, programming, prevention, and intervention services, with the overall goal of supporting social-emotional and academic planning, growth, and development for all students by promoting student safety, wellness, and recognition.
Additional information related to the position includes:
Start date: July 1, 2023
Calendar Term: 239 work calendar
Salary Placement: Based on the 2023-2024 Teacher Salary Schedule (please refer to the attachment) with an additional 1.20 Administrator Multiplier
Education/Experience: A Master's degree in educational leadership or a field related to Student Services and a Professional Educator License with a General Administration or Principal Endorsement.
Master’s degree in educational leadership or field related to Student Services.
Professional Educator License with a General Administration or Principal endorsement.
Minimum of two (2) years experience in an instructional leadership position in a High School setting.
Minimum of (5) years of licensed experience (counseling, social worker, or psychologist preferred).
Principal Evaluator Designation (preferred).
Teacher Evaluator Designation (preferred).
Staff Development Experience (preferred).
Current knowledge pertaining to best practices in student services programming, school counseling, and Special Education.
Ability to work positively and productively with adults and high school-age students.
Ability to present and produce documents at a high level of sophistication.
Ability to make rational decisions, problem-solve and effectuate change.
Ability to establish and maintain a collegial relationship with student support services and special education.
Knowledgeable in planning, organizing, and directing the educational assessment services of the District; the laws and regulations, codes, policies, and procedures relating to testing, assessment, and evaluation; the current and emerging educational research as well as best practice and multiple measures of student achievement.
Must possess knowledge of the state and federal laws related to curriculum, instruction, and assessment as well as English Learners and Special Education.
Glenbrook High School District 225 holds niche rankings as the #2 Best School Districts in America and the #1 Best Places to Teach in America.
We are seeking motivated and energized applicants to join the Glenbrooks!
At D225 you will find more than a job. You will find a career that will inspire you and a community rich in culture and traditions. We invite you to help write our district’s story of excellence by becoming part of our team.
Glenbrook High School District 225, commonly referred to as the Glenbrooks has a student enrollment of approximately 5,000 students. Glenbrook North and Glenbrook South High Schools have a reputation for offering students an excellent, high-quality, well-rounded educational experience. In addition to our two high schools, The Glenbrooks also offer alternative learning at Glenbrook Off-Campus.
To create a comprehensive high school experience, the Glenbrooks focus on four distinct areas: Academics, Athletics, Activities, and the Arts. Academic success is a top priority for our students and with almost 300 diverse course offerings, there is plenty of opportunity for exploration. In addition to core academic courses in the areas of ...English, mathematics, science, social studies, and world language; students may pursue special interest classes such as architecture, automotive, debate, graphic design, and music. Glenbrook students enjoy success inside and outside of the classroom through numerous athletic and activities programs. The schools offer over 25 different competitive sports and a series of club sports to satisfy any athlete. Each school also hosts 70-80 different clubs and activities for students throughout the year.
Staff Benefits include a competitive salary as well as medical, dental, and vision health plans and retirement plans. Additionally, the Glenbrooks offer tuition reimbursement, an excellent mentoring program, extensive professional development opportunities, and partnerships with the university for aspiring administrators.
Apply at www.glenbrook225.org today to join our Glenbrook family!