K-12 PRINCIPAL: Full-time 11-month position.
Duties & Responsibilities:
● Acts as instructional leader; supervises all instructional programs within the school. All teachers and aides within the k-12 are responsible directly to the k-12 principal.
● Works towards instructional improvement; assists in collection, monitoring and analysis of data related to student performance and accountability; initiates response to intervention process
● Leads and coordinates academic programming including enrichment and intervention programs, curriculum mapping and curricular coordination across grade levels and subject areas.
● Coordinates and supervises instructional professional development through establishment of professional learning communities, walk troughs and observational feedback and regular staff meetings.
● Annually reviews and evaluates all staff under the principal’s supervision.
● Assists in design and creation of schools’ master schedule; assigns teachers and students using current technology.
● Assists in assessments and duties of specialized staff members
● Represents the school in communications with the School Board and community
● Attends Monthly Parent Advisory Meetings
● Assists in promotion and development of parent engagement initiatives
● Develops working relationships among school staff and across community resources available to the school.
● Supervises the preparation of school reports, student records and oversees database records.
● Makes recommendations to the superintendent regarding policy, practice or personnel for the purposes of school improvement.
● Assists with planning and supervision of school events
● Assists in recruitment and evaluation of prospective staff members.
● Provides support to the Dean of Students with regard to student behavior expectations and helps to maintain discipline standards in the school and at school functions.
● Responsible for the classification, promotion and retention of students; assists in planning and supervision of high school graduation.
● Assists in planning new staff orientation, induction and mentoring programs.
● Mediates and resolves conflicts among staff.
● Conforms to the ethics of the American Association of School Administrators
● Performs other tasks as assigned by the superintendent.
Master’s Degree in Educational Administration.
Valid principal Certification.
Five years of successful teaching experience, preferably with Native communities.
Strong communication skills; able to work well with other administrators, staff, students, and parents.
Proven ability to work with Native American communities and communities with at-risk student populations.
Great communication skills
Flexibility in rapidly changing situations
A positive attitude and growth mindset
Knowledge of Ojibwe Cultural Practices
Trauma Informed training and or certification
Comprehensive background investigation, drug test
Experience working with native children preferred.
Must be supportive of the philosophy, concept, policy and procedures of the Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe-Waadookodaading School.
Native American preference in employment.
Please submit a letter of interest, LCO School-Waadookodaading job application forms, resume and credentials to:
Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe School
8575 N Trepania Rd. CLOSING DATE: OPEN UNTIL FILLED
Hayward, WI. 54843-2191
ATTN: Preston Larson-HR Director