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Elementary Assistant Principal

Company: Naperville Community Unit School District 203
Location: Naperville
Posted on: May 23, 2023

Job Description:

Position Type:
Administration/Assistant Principal - Elementary

Date Posted:

1 - Elementary Mill Street

Date Available:

Closing Date:

Assistant Principal Elementary School




Principal Elementary School


To improve the quality of instruction for students in the District by providing an atmosphere that is conducive to learning and which promotes the educational well-being of each student within the school with a focus on ensuring students with disabilities are provided the services and supports to make meaningful progress in the core curriculum.


  • Maintains an unwavering priority of establishing and fostering an environment that presumes competence of students and tends to the whole child.
  • Aligns IEP and 504 services and strategies for the purpose of implementing the District and department vision and goals for student learning.
  • Promote the success of all students by partnering with families and community members
  • Welcomes and honors parents and seeks ways to engage them in their children's learning as active partners of the IEP and Problem Solving Team.
  • Proactively ensures IEPs/504 Plans are developed and implemented to provide educational benefit which results in the students meeting academic and social-emotional standards for their grade level.
  • Articulate, align, and apply key concepts of IDEA/Section 504 guidelines to improve student achievement and reduce the achievement gap for students with IEPs.
  • Serve as a liaison between district student services leadership and building level student services team for the purpose of identifying building needs and enhancing communications between all parties.
  • Assist in developing and supporting school-wide goals, projects, and instruction for the purpose of enhancing student learning and achieving improved results.
  • Support program of professional growth which includes in-building, district-wide and personal professional growth activities.
  • Administer the management of student behavior by taking appropriate and consistent disciplinary action, by keeping comprehensive records, and by effectively communicating these to students, staff, and parents.
  • Supervise the reporting, monitoring and accurate record-keeping of student attendance and carry out appropriate follow-up activities as needed.
  • Assume responsibility for evaluation of certified and non-certified staff members and assist with other necessary functions of personnel management as directed by the principal (interviewing, hiring, orienting, in-service training, etc).
  • Arrange for substitutes at principal's direction.
  • Coordinate clinical and student teachers' experiences in building.
  • Coordinate daily routines (lunch program, transportation) and special events (field trips, assemblies).
  • Coordinate activities such as open house, school orientation, and special projects as assigned.
  • Assist principal in planning fall and spring parent conference days.
  • Coordinate opening and closing school procedures as assigned.
  • Coordinate building calendar (curricular, extra-curricular activities and use of building by community groups through the year) and disseminate appropriate information about activities via faculty bulletins, memos, etc as assigned.
  • Monitor building use and maintenance as assigned.
  • Supervise safety director and coordinate appropriate safety inspections as assigned.
  • Coordinate and assist in assignment and supervision of personnel involved in outdoor education, lunchroom, and other activities.
  • Work with the principal and faculty groups in compiling the annual budget requests.
  • Coordinate the ordering, delivery, and repair of supplies and equipment as assigned.
  • Serve as principal's liaison in school-community relations (Home and School, etc.) as assigned.
  • Coordinate communication of school and district policies as assigned (i.e., School Handbooks, parent communication, and other communications).
  • Maintain adequate channels of communication with parents, students, and staff by utilizing conferences, phone contacts, written communications, and attendance at various meetings.
  • Serve with student, faculty, and parent groups as requested in advancing educational objectives and related activities.
  • Serve and assume administrative responsibility parent conferences at the principal's direction.
  • Assist in the development and preparation of student schedules and class assignments.
  • Coordination and management of local, state, and federal accountability assessments.
  • Execute special projects and duties designated by the principal and assume all duties and responsibilities of the principal in his/her absence.
  • Demonstrate ethical, trustworthy, and professional behavior.
  • Demonstrate values, beliefs, and attitudes that inspire others to higher levels of performance.
  • Effectively manage BOE policies and administrative procedures, applying policies and procedures in a fair and equitable manner.
  • Demonstrate appreciation for and sensitivity to the diversity in the school community.


    Professional Educator License (PEL) with General Administrative Endorsement required
    Earned Master's Degree
    At least three years teaching or administrative experience.


    193 day contract, salary and fringe benefits established annually by the Board of Education.

Keywords: Naperville Community Unit School District 203, Naperville , Elementary Assistant Principal, Education / Teaching , Naperville, Illinois

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