Assistant Principal - Warren Co R-III
Position: Assistant Principal
Subject Area: (none)
Job Title: Assistant Principal
Job Location: Warrenton High School
Beginning: Jul 01, 2020
Deadline: Open until filled **
District: Warren Co R-III
Warrenton, MO 63383
Telephone: 636-456-6901
Job Description:

Directly responsible to the principal for the general administration, supervisory, and curriculum improvement activities assigned to him/her. The Assistant Principal will assume control of the school in the absence of the principal, as designated by the principal. He/she will work collaboratively with the principal to carry out his/her responsibilities.
  1. Maintains Confidentiality
  2. Assists in the supervision and administration of scheduling, establishing of classes and working with the supervisor of data processing in the completion of the scheduling.
  3. Administers discipline involving student conferences, suspensions, and other corrective measures, including referrals to the guidance and pupil personnel office.
  4. Holds parent/guardian conferences concerning pupil conduct.
  5. Recommends policies concerning the code of conduct expected of the student body and implements regulations for control.
  6. Maintains adequate records of student attendance and discipline.
  7. Notifies parent/guardians of excessive absences and tardiest, confers with students and parent/guardians concerning attendance problems and takes appropriate counseling or referral action.
  8. Grants student permission to leave the building.
  9. Issues visitor’s passes to all persons that have legitimate reason to be in the building.
  10. Supervises building and grounds and students during the school day and at any other time when school connected events are scheduled.
  11. Helps organize, maintain and supervise automobile registration, records, and the parking lot.
  12. Handles student problems of counseling nature referred by the nurse, counselors, and teachers.
  13. Serves as a liaison between the local school and guidance and pupil personnel office in referrals for case studies, individual testing, and psychiatric help.
  1. Works with the counselors in making necessary arrangements for administering the group testing program.
  2. Supervises activities related to student evaluation, school evaluation, school marks, and reports to parents/guardians.
  3. Works with teachers to promote a philosophy of evaluating student achievement and reporting to parents/guardians that is consistent with the principles of student growth and development.
  4. Supervises the administration of student activities, student organizations, special assemblies and extra­curricular events, exclusive of those assigned to other personnel.
  5. Supervises the management and control of students and adults in audience and spectator situations at all athletic events.
  6. Supervises ticket takers and ticket sales for events.
  7. Supervises the school athletic eligibility lists.
  8. Shares in the responsibilities of clarifying and implementing personnel policies, including the evaluation of teachers.
  9. Assists the others on the administrative staff in the establishment and operation of summer programs.
  10. Assists in the coordination and supervision of the student teacher program.
  11. Promotes the professional growth of members of the faculty.
  12. Supervises the maintenance of the school plant and campus.
  13. Conducts fire drills.
  14. Supervises locker assignments.
  15. Confers with teachers about classroom programs, provides proper textbooks, desk copies, manuals, and teacher aids.
  16. Maintains contact with curricular development and issues, in order to aid the principal with duties involving curriculum.
  17. Works on special committees and projects to improve and implement the school program.
  18. Assumes responsibility for the operation of the school in the absence of the principal.
  19. Assumes any additional duties assigned.
Building certified and support staff as designated by the principal.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
  1. Must have or be eligible for appropriate administrator certification with preference provided for candidates with a master’s degree or higher.
  2. Minimum of three (3) years’ experience in the classroom with preference provided to candidates with prior administrative experience.
  3. Such modification of the above qualifications as the Board of Education shall find appropriate.

** District reserves the right to close any Job Posting when a suitable applicant has been found before the deadline date.