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2022 - 2023 Elementary Principal
Chanute USD 413
Chanute, KS 66720




2022 - 2023 Social Emotional Coach
Chanute USD 413
Chanute, KS 66720




2022 - 2023 Elementary Reading and Math Facilitator
Chanute USD 413
Chanute, KS 66720




Technology Intergration Specialist
Chanute USD 413
Chanute, KS 66720




HS Math Teacher
Sublette USD 374
Sublette, KS 67877




Elementary Teacher
Woodson USD 366
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Elementary Teacher
St. Francis Xavier Catholic School
Junction City, KS 66441




K-8 Resource Room Teacher at St. Catherine of Sienna Catholic School in Wichita, KS
Diocese of Wichita
Wichita, KS 67202




Elementary Teaching Position at St. James Catholic School in Augusta, KS
Diocese of Wichita
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Kindergarten Classroom Teacher opening at St.Francis of Assissi Catholic School in Wichita, Kansas
Diocese of Wichita
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English Teacher / Reading Specialist opening at Bishop Carroll Catholic High School
Diocese of Wichita
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High School Math Teacher open at Bishop Carroll High School in Wichita, Kansas
Diocese of Wichita
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Debate/Forensics and Communications Teacher opening at Kaupan Mt. Carmel Catholic High School
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Middle School ELA opening at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School
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Principal Opening 2022-23 St. Joseph Catholic School, Conway Springs
Diocese of Wichita
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IMMEDIATE OPENING - Long Term Substitute - Middle Level Art Teacher - School Year 2021-22
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Social Studies Teacher-Ellinwood High School
Ellinwood USD 355
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Secondary Science (Anticipated)
Lincoln USD 298
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Multi Media Specialist/ Library Science
Iola USD 257
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School Counselor - Grades 7-12
Central Plains USD 112
Holyrood, KS 67450




Interrelated Special Education Teacher - Newton High School
Newton USD 373
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Gifted Teacher - Harvey County Special Education
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Elementary Teacher
Twin Valley USD 240
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Fine Arts Teacher
Twin Valley USD 240
Bennington, KS 67422




Counselor for 7-12 w/ potential teaching opportunities
Twin Valley USD 240
Bennington, KS 67422




FACS/Human Services Teacher
Twin Valley USD 240
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High Incidence K-9 Special Education Instructor
Brown County Kansas Special Education Interlocal USD 615
Hiawatha, KS 66434




Superintendent of Schools - Uniontown USD 235
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Early Intervention Nurse
Greenbush ESC # 609
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Erie High School Counselor
Erie USD 101
Erie, KS 66733







2022 - 2023 Elementary Principal

Please do not apply on this site.  Go to https://chanute.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx to apply.

 

JOB DESCRIPTION

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PRINCIPAL


MAIN PURPOSE:  The Elementary School Principal provides professional leadership in organizing, administering, supervising, and evaluating a creative school program.  To accomplish these tasks, the Elementary School Principal works closely with the community, staff and administration of USD 413.

RESPONSIBLE TO:  Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent of Schools

PAYMENT RATE:    Set by Board of Education

QUALIFICATIONS: 

  1. Three years certified experience.
  2. Current Kansas State Teaching Certificate and required Administrators Certificate on file  in the Central Office.
  3. Health and inoculation certificate on file in the Central Office (after employment offer is  made).
  4. Desire to continue career improvement.

 

 ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  1. Provide professional leadership in organizing, administering, supervising, and evaluating a creative school program.
  2. Establish an optimal learning environment within the school.
  3. Ensure that all school programs and activities conform to district guidelines.
  4. Communicate effectively with members of the school district and community.
  5. Work effectively with community organizations.
  6. React to change productively and handle other tasks as assigned.
  7. Support the value of an education.
  8. Support the philosophy and mission of USD 413.
  9. Attend state professional meetings and read current educational literature in order to remain current in understanding what makes a successful high school.  May attend one national or regional meeting per school year as approved by the superintendent.
  10. Prepare or cause to be prepared all official records required by local authorities and the State Department of Education.

 

 PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS:

  1. Requires prolonged sitting or standing.
  2. Occasionally requires physical exertion to manually move, lift, carry, pull, or push heavy objects or materials.
  3. Occasional stooping, bending, and reaching.
  4. Requires some travel.
  5. Must work indoors and outdoors year-round.
  6. Must work in noisy and crowded environments.



GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Develop a program for the evaluation and improvement of instruction to ensure maximum educational benefits for students.
  2. Develop a functioning education philosophy consistent with the values of the community, teachers, school administration, and Board of Education.
  3. Develop a comprehensive curriculum and program of services in cooperation with teachers and central office staff.
  4. Develop an atmosphere of respect, interest, and enthusiasm within the school.
  5. Communicate openly and effectively with students, community, staff, and administration.
  6. Supervise and provide for the general welfare of students during the school day, on school trips, and during school activities.
  7. Maintain effective programs to strengthen and monitor pupil discipline, attendance, and individual progress.
  8. Select and assign certified and classified personnel.
  9. Delegate duties for effective staff utilization, but assume final responsibility for the overall school program.
  10. Encourage the professional growth of teachers by advanced training, experimentation, and evaluation.
  11. Administer district policies in the operation of the school.
  12. Administer the school budget.
  13. Maintain school records and file necessary reports.
  14. Comply with legal and regulatory requirements of the various governmental agencies.
  15. Plan and organize the school day and year to provide for efficient operation of the school.
  16. Maintain safe, clean, attractive, and well-kept buildings and grounds.
  17. Make effective use of consultants and specialists in program and staff development.
  18. Work cooperatively with peers in sharing ideas, techniques, and procedures for improvement of the learning environment.
  19. Keep abreast of new information, innovative ideas and techniques.
  20. Adhere to all district health and safety policies, including all precautions of the bloodborne pathogens exposure control plan.
  21. Other duties as assigned by the Superintendent, or other administrative staff.




Chanute USD 413


Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas (district paid portion), Delta Dental, VSP vision, Section 125 To be determined
Job Start Date: July-15-2022
Applications Due By: January-31-2022

Job Contact Information
Jamie Ortiz - ortizj@usd413.org - 620-432-2500

Employer Information
Chanute USD 413 www.usd413.org

CHANUTE PUBLIC SCHOOLS - A DISTRICT WITH A "STUDENTS FIRST" PHILOSOPHY

MISSION STATEMENT:

Empowering each student with the knowledge and skills needed to be a productive citizen and lifelong learner.

Located in the heart of southeast Kansas, just one hour from Pittsburg State University, Chanute Public Schools are just the right size. With approximately 135 certified professionals in a district with 1900 students, the district is large enough to academically challenge and technologically prepare students for  21st Century jobs, yet small enough that everyone is on a first name basis.

Chanute`s community of 9,500 supports its public schools. Local residents spearheaded a fundraising campaign which raised $2.3 million dollars for new sports complex. In 2006 voters approved a $42.7 million dollar bond issue to build a new high school, a new elementary school and remodel the existing middle school. The new buildings opened August 18, 2008, the first day of school.

The Chanute Public School district is committed to providing all students with the preparation and skills needed for life after Chanute High School. District teachers work together and strive to meet state standards and Adequate Yearly Progress from the No Child Left Behind  federal legislation. In all Chanute schools, students show continual improvement. The high school met the state Standard of Excellence in reading, writing and math in 2007. Royster Middle School students met the Standard of Excellence in reading and writing. District schools are meeting AYP, even as expectations continue to rise.

 We believe the education of our children and youth is a cooperative venture with active responsibility shared by the partners in education: home, community and school.  Chanute Public Schools` Board of Education goals are that students will demonstrate:

  • A solid foundation in reading communications, mathematics, science, social studies, physical education, fine arts, and the use of technology in order to be successful life-long learners.
  • Skills in problem-solving, critical thinking and creative thinking to become responsible decision makers.
  • Ability to set and achieve goals.
  • Ability to work as a team member and cooperatively identify problems and solutions in school, the community and the work place.
  • Characteristics of responsible citizenship and self-discipline.

The Chanute Public School district is committed to training and retaining staff. All new-to-district teachers are teamed with a veteran teacher and attend afterschool mentoring programs. In a relaxed setting with other new teachers, subjects such as discipline, time management, parent teacher conferences, and preparing students for state assessments is discussed.

Teacher collaboration and inservice days are scheduled throughout the school year. Teachers use the time to discuss curriculum issues, state assessments and building report cards, new technology and federal mandates.

Summer Institute allow teachers to work a week with their colleagues - and without students. Some plan new programs, new activities to match curriculum objectives or align curriculum to state standards. With the food, camaraderie, and fun, it`s a time many teachers look forward to every June.


Employer Address: 321 E. Main Street Chanute, Kansas

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