Assistant Principal - 10 Months

Wilmington, DE 19805, US
Jul 12, 2018
Close Date:

LOCATION: A I High School

Interviews for this position will be conducted on 7/26/2018

Federally funded (Title 1)


The assistant principal under the direction of the building principal serves as the instructional leader for the staff, students, and the community. These responsibilities include establishing a climate conducive to learning, clarifying roles and expectations, long-range planning, and coordinating community involvement in the total school program.

  1. Work cooperatively with the staff and community in designing and implementing a curriculum to address the needs of diversed students in accordance with State and district standards.
  2. Work collaboratively with school and district personnel to establish and implement inclusive practices in programs; work collaboratively with schools for inclusive practices for students
  3. Conduct classroom observations and DPAS performance appraisals.
  4. Establish conditions that will promote effective utilization of available resources.
  5. Assist with the planning, supervising, and directing the business operation of the school in accordance with district policies and procedures, including the development and administration of the school budget.
  6. Develop and sustain, in conjunction with the administrative office, a program of public relations.
  7. Establish and maintain favorable relationships with the community, local groups, and individuals to foster understanding and solicit support for overall school objectives and programs.
  8. Develop school plans and organizational procedures for the health, safety, discipline, and conduct of pupils as established in district procedures.
  9. Perform other duties and tasks assigned by immediate supervisor.
  10. Communicates to the school community initiatives with respect to the vision of the district's Strategic plan.
  11. Communicates the school mission and fosters a school culture that emphasizes academic achievement for all students.
  12. Supports the school community in its efforts to increase parental involvement.

  1. Holds a graduate degree in eduction.
  2. Holds or is eligible for administrative licensure in the State of DE.
  3. Possesses knowledge of the Delaware Recommended Curriculum and the Common Core Standards.
  4. Demonstrated successful leadership experience within an organization.
  5. Understanding of special education laws and regulations.
  6. Strong knowledge and experience with and of the IEP process.
  7. Able to work as an effective member of a collaborative team.
  8. Experience with positive behavior supports, FBA's and Behavior Support Plans.
  9. Fluent in Spanish preferred

Delaware Advanced License

Delaware Continuing License

Delaware Initial License

Out of State Teaching License

DESPAP School Principal and Assistant Principal

To Apply:

District Applicants:

Completed Online Internal Transfer Application

Letter of Interest


Non-District Applicants:

Completed Online Application

Letter of Interest


Three letters of reference

* Out-of-state applicants must provide evidence of certification

Contact Information:

Christine Smith, HR Director


A person may not be employed by a public school employer in any position requiring licensure and certification if the person does not meet licensure and certification requirements established under Chapter 12 of [Title 14 of the Delaware Code]..., except pursuant to a license extension and/or emergency certificate issued pursuant to Chapter 12. See 14 Del. C.§ 1313.

Direct deposit of paychecks is a condition of employment for all new employees hired after December 31, 1995

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