Principal or Vice Principal Coordinator, Early Childhood Education
As the instructional leader, the Coordinator,, of a Child Development Center is first and foremost responsible for increasing student achievement by developing an aligned and coherent standards based instructional system and by organizing the school site operation in accordance with the Board of Education policies.
Serve as an instructional leader by coordinating the development of and monitoring the implementation of the school Quality Improvement Plan (QIP) in accordance with the district mission.
Hire supervise and evaluate all staff.
Develop and monitor all members of the staff to build their capacity to meet the learning needs of the students by monitoring achievement toward meeting QIP goals.
Develop implement and evaluate an imbedded collaborative professional learning model which focuses on improving instructional practices and increasing student achievement.
Use data to analyze and plan for differentiated support for staff and students.
Monitor, implement, and support Board policies; state and federal statutes and regulations to include attending special education staffing, IEP meetings; and the Master Agreement.Assure compliance with child care center rules and regulations as mandated by the Tri-County Health department, Colorado Department of Human Services and the State Child Care Licensing agency.
Develop and implement a school wide plan to ensure the safety of students and staff in accordance with established district policies and procedures.
Perform a wide range of managerial responsibilities including, but not limited to: staffing, scheduling, budget, technology, and facilities.
Communicate and collaborate with families and community members, respond to diverse community interest and needs and mobilize community resources.
Perform other duties as assigned.
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