Peak to Peak Charter School - Assistant Principal - Elementary School
- Peak to Peak Charter School - Assistant Principal - Elementary School JobID: 54961
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Peak to Peak Charter School - Elementary School Assistant Principal
Located in Boulder Valley School District, Peak to Peak is a K-12 charter public school offering a liberal arts, college preparatory curriculum that gives students a foundation for a lifetime of learning and discovery. By focusing on a liberal arts college preparatory program, Peak to Peak achieves two important objectives: it prepares students to successfully meet the educational challenges of higher education and to be well-educated citizens in an increasingly complex world. Peak to Peak takes this time-tested education and makes it accessible to students who are interested in a focused college preparatory program, regardless of their cultural or economic background.
Peak to Peak Mission Statement:
-Provide broad access to an exemplary K-12 liberal arts, college preparatory education that challenges students to achieve their academic potential.
-Be a community that values and recognizes scholarship, academic achievement, and creativity.
-Provide an environment in which each student is known, respected, and valued as an individual of great potential and promise.
-Prepare students to become active and responsible citizens of an interdependent world.
Peak to Peak Vision Statement:
The Peak to Peak community will inspire students to fulfill their academic dreams for college, to develop their creative passions and athletic talents, and to become responsible citizens.
All employees and volunteers at Peak to Peak work together to fulfill the Peak to Peak Mission Statement. The thoughts reflected in this description provide structure to the responsibilities and accountabilities for this position. However, Peak to Peak expects to employ professionals who will work beyond job descriptions, creating both a fulfilling career environment and very successful outcomes for our students. Values we hold high are: trustworthiness, diligence, open communication, fairness, equity and justice, and we expect to see them evidenced in our staff, parents, and students.
With an overall focus on maximizing academic achievement for all students, the Assistant Principal is responsible for supporting the quality of instruction and creating, maintaining and developing school climate the school as well as enacting all disciplinary and attendance procedures promptly, appropriately and equitably. This position reports to the Elementary School Principal.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Collaborates with level principals to develop, implement and monitor the K-12 Unified Improvement Plan, Strategic plan and KPI goals, including writing required reports
- Works to ensure effective curricular articulation from elementary to middle school, and from middle school to high school
- Assists with K-12 crisis management and ensures that safety protocols are followed
- Serves as a member of the Emergency Response Team (ERT), Service Council, Executive Leadership Team (ELT), Total Instructional Leadership Team (TILT) and other committees as assigned
- Assists principals with professional development to facilitate collaboration and cohesion across the K-12 school levels
- Attends and supervises K-12 events and functions throughout the year
- Reports to the district and state as appropriate and required, and ensures that Peak to Peak meets all BVSD, state and federal guidelines and regulations for school-wide discipline
- Serves as a member of Elementary School Leadership Team and other committees as assigned by principal
- Supervises operations in the Elementary Principal’s absence
- Supervises elementary school recess and lunches on a daily basis
- Assists in the development and support of K-5 school schedule, classroom paraprofessional support schedule, and additional curricular schedules which address school-wide goals and supervision
- Supervises, trains, monitors and evaluates the paraprofessional instructional staff
- Oversees, monitors and supports the BAASC program, including supervision and evaluation of the BAASC Manager
- Monitors daily classroom instruction for quality teaching and student achievement
- Contribute to and participates in the MTSS process, MTSS meetings and Student Support Teams (SSTs)
- Collects and provides data for student progress monitoring
- Attends IEP reviews and scheduled meetings as directed by principal
- Coordinates 504 plans including overseeing accommodations, maintaining plans and conducting meetings
- Administers K-5 student discipline as necessary, and works with the middle and high school principals with any student discipline as needed
- Works with students, parents and staff to assist students in conforming to Peak to Peak behavior standards
- Monitors K-5 attendance, and works with the principal and attendance secretary to create student attendance contracts as needed
- Collects, tracks and maintains confidential records regarding student behavior, including personal discipline files
- Communicates and conducts conferences on student and school issues with parents/guardians, students, and teachers in coordination with the Principal
- Ensures that students are adequately supervised during non-instructional periods
- In cooperation with the counselor and Character Education team, helps develop and implement the character education and bullying prevention programs in the K-5 setting
- Coordinates parent/guardian education nights
- Creates and implements climate and/or equity goals for K-12 school
- Assists with student climate interviews and surveys
- In collaboration with the Director of Professional Development, assists the Principal in determining and implementing appropriate staff development
- Facilitates level staff meetings as directed by principal
- Conducts formal and informal observations and evaluations of K-5 staff as assigned by principal
- Supports development of innovative instructional skills through modeling, peer coaching and staff development
- Participates in the development and evaluation of K-5 curriculum
- Participates in the planning and alignment of the elementary school budget with the K-12 budget
- Assists Elementary Principal with K-5 hiring activities as assigned
- Aids in the development, implementation and monitoring of the Unified Improvement Plan, Strategic Plan and KPI goals including writing and presenting required reports
- Collaborates on state and district testing requirements; assists in analysis of data
- Assists with open enrollment and attends school open enrollment events
- Supervises and attends school events and functions throughout the year
- Other duties as assigned
$70.000 - $100,000 a year
Commensurate with experience. To view Peak to Peak Administrator salary ranges, visit this link: Peak to Peak Administrative and Support Staff Compensation
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Compensation and Benefits:
Peak to Peak offers competitive pay and a robust total compensation package including:
-MEDICAL: There are three options for Medical coverage. Peak to Peak pays the full cost of this benefit for you as the employee.
-DENTAL: Dental insurance is provided by Delta Dental of Colorado. Peak to Peak pays the full cost of this benefit for you as the employee.
-LIFE/AD&D: You are provided a $50,000 group term life insurance through CIGNA Life Insurance Company. Peak to Peak pays the full cost of this life insurance policy.
-STD/LTD: Peak to Peak pays the entire cost of both short and long-term disability benefits.
-PERA: Administered by Colorado PERA, this is a tax deferred retirement account to which you contribute 10% of your monthly earnings. Additionally, Peak to Peak contributes 20.9% to the PERA pension trust fund on your behalf.
-VOLUNTARY VISION: EyeMed is the voluntary vision program available to Peak to Peak employees.
-RETIREMENT OPTIONS: You have the following options to participate in deferred income for retirement purposes: PERA Plus 401 (k), AXA Equitable 403(b) and PERA 457.
-MEDICAL and DEPENDENT CARE FLEXIBLE SPENDING ACCOUNT: This account allows you to save money for unreimbursed medical expenses or dependent care expenses to be used within the plan year (July to June) on a tax exempt basis. This reduces your taxable income.
-TIME OFF COMPENSATION: As a 1.0 full-time equivalent (FTE) employee you are provided with 10 days of Paid Annual Leave Time. If your position is less than 1.0 FTE, your leave time will be pro-rated accordingly based on your FTE. Additional Paid Leave from work (Bereavement pay, Jury Duty pay, paid Professional Development Leave)
-PRIORITY ENROLLMENT STATUS: Children of staff members receive priority enrollment of their child/children at Peak to Peak Charter School.
-Ongoing Professional Development Opportunities
-Staff Appreciation Meals and Events
Peak to Peak Charter School is an equal opportunity educational institution and does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, sex, gender identity/expression, national origin, creed, religion, age, sexual orientation, disability or veteran status in admission or access to, and treatment and employment in its educational programs or activities. Inquiries: Office for Civil Rights - http://www2.ed.gov/about/