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Wallace County USD 241
Sharon Springs, KS 67758

9-12 Science - Biology, Chemistry, and Physics. Other combinations are possible. $2000.00 signing
Wallace County USD 241
Sharon Springs, KS 67758

9-12 Agriculture Education Teacher - $2000.00 signing bonus
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6-12 Band & Vocal w/Signing Bonus
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Ottawa USD 290
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Preschool Special Education - Prairie View USD 362
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Language Arts Senior/Advanced English- Prairie View High School
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2nd Grade Teacher
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Title I Math/Instructional Coach
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Assistant High School Principal

To Apply:



Title:   Assistant Principal


Reports to/Supervised by:   Building Principal


Job Goal:

To use leadership, supervisory and administrative skills to promote the educational development of the individual student and, through that development, student achievement that ensures school accreditation. The degree of freedom to act is significant, as many decisions will be made using administrative discretion with district policy serving only as a guide, not a blueprint, for action.


Achieving academic excellence requires that the assistant principal work collaboratively to direct and nurture all members of the school staff hired by the Board of Education, and to communicate effectively with parents. Inherent in the position are the responsibilities for scheduling, curriculum development, extracurricular activities, personnel management, emergency procedures, and facility operations.



·         Master’s Degree in Educational Administration required

·         Kansas licensure in building-level leadership

·         Successful prior relevant experience as a classroom teacher and/or administrator

·         Broad working knowledge of child development, learning theory, curriculum research, testing and measurement, strategic planning, professional staff development, and personnel practices

·         Skills in quantitative analysis and evaluation

·         Effective interpersonal and leadership skills; experience facilitating communication between divergent groups and in group decision-making

·         Familiarity with relevant laws and regulations

·         Effective administrative, leadership, and management skills

·         Ability to work cooperatively and constructively with others, including the ability to communicate effectively with broad and diverse audiences

·         Ability to handle a fast-paced, intense work environment

·         Ability to manage job responsibilities and meet the established district outcomes

·         Excellent speaking, writing, and technology skills


Performance Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:

Oversee safe and orderly schools.

  • Manage, evaluate and supervise effective and clear procedures for the operation and functioning of the school consistent with the philosophy, mission, values and goals of the school, including instructional programs, extracurricular activities, and discipline systems to insure a safe and orderly climate
  • Supervise in a fair and consistent manner effective discipline and attendance systems with high standards, consistent with the philosophy, values and mission of the school
  • Take appropriate action when students exhibit emotionally/physically distressed behaviors
  • Ensure compliance with all laws, board policies and civil regulations regarding building maintenance, program evaluation, personnel management, office operations, and emergency procedures


Ensure student achievement for all student groups.

  • Collect and report date on academic achievement by all student groups
  • Establish and promote high standards and expectations for all students and staff for academic performance and responsibility for behavior
  • Monitor assessment of all students in basic skill areas
  • Evaluate effectiveness of teaching materials, activities and approaches, and provide assistance when necessary


Build positive school/community relations

  • Support the school and district mission
  • Promote positive relationships between all persons in the school community
  • Facilitate effective building leadership teams


Develop constructive student/adult relations

  • Cultivate staff behaviors that promote respect for authority, tolerance of diversity, and appreciation of each student’s potential
  • Create an environment that encourages students to take responsibility for their behavior and creates high morale among staff and students


Oversee effective and efficient staff performance

  • Supervise the instructional programs of the school, evaluating lesson plans and observing classes on a regular basis to encourage the use of a variety of instructional strategies and materials consistent with research on learning and child growth and development
  • Plan in-service activities based on student and staff needs and ensure that they are effectively implemented
  • Keep the staff informed and seek ideas for the improvement of the school
  • Recruit, supervise and evaluate instructional staff in accordance with policy and law
  • Interact effectively with building/district personnel


Practice responsible fiscal, facility, and resource management

  • Organize effective budget planning procedures
  • Ensure building expenditures do not exceed the limits set forth by the board-approved budget
  • Maintain building records and property


Model positive professional attributes

  • Participate in professional growth activities to enhance knowledge and skills
  • Establish a professional rapport with students and with staff that encourages their respect. Display the highest ethical and professional behavior and standards when working with students, parents, and school personnel.
  • Use written and spoken language well
  • Make all necessary administrative decisions in a timely fashion
  • Delegate supervision when appropriate
  • Maintain office hours as directed by the building principal


Perform other tasks and assume other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Principal and in accordance with the provisions of the USD 464 Board of Education.


Evaluation:               Evaluated annually by Building Principal based upon the Assistant Principal job description and principles of effective administration leadership.


Work Year:                12 months - Salary to be established by the board


Appointment:          As established by board, subject to annual review and renewal


Tonganoxie USD 464

The district offers the following benefits: 1. Ten days paid leave per year 2. District paid health insurance for single policy 3. District paid $20,000 life insurance policy 4. Membership in Kansas Public Employees Retirement System (KPERS) Salary to be established by the board
Job Start Date: August-1-2021
Applications Due By: May-1-2021

Job Contact Information
Mark Farrar - - 913-416-1460

Employer Information
Tonganoxie USD 464

Tonganoxie Public Schools offer a wide variety of educational opportunities while enjoying the benefits of a small community.  Nestled in the hills between Lawrence and Kansas City, this growing town of 5,000 people enjoys the benefits that a large city provides. USD 464 currently operates 3 schools: one elementary (K-5), one middle (6-8), and one high school (9-12).  K-12 enrollment is estimated at 1,900. Tonganoxie High School has a student body of 600 students. Students enjoy a wide variety of extra curricular activities that add to their high school experience. The curriculum is diverse, supporting technical programs as well as Advanced Placement classes and college classes for the students. Tonganoxie Middle School first opened its doors in January 2007. Students enjoy state of the art facilities that support the academic and extra curricular activities. Tonganoxie Elementary School opened it`s doors on a brand new building in August of 2015. It is the largest elementary school in the state of Kansas. 

Employer Address: 330 E. Hwy. 24-40 Tonganoxie, Kansas

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