High School Principal: Clyde High School – Clyde-Green Springs Exempted Village School District

Posted on January 31st, 2024

Position: High School Principal: Clyde High School

District: Clyde-Green Springs Exempted Village School District

Salary: Range of $94,778 – $106,626 / Per Year

Deadline: 03/01/2024

Contact: Amber Feeney

Contact Position: Secretary to the Superintendent

Contact Phone: (419) 547-0588

Contact Email Address: afeeney@clyde.k12.oh.us

Qualifications:

-Master’s or Doctoral degree in Education Administration or a related field.
-Appropriate Ohio Principal Certification/Licensure.
-Proven capability in educational leadership, preferably a minimum of three years’ experience.
-Deep understanding of educational policies, curriculum development, and instructional practices.
-Excellent communication, interpersonal, and conflict resolution skills.
-Strong decision-making abilities, problem-solving skills, and the capacity to manage multiple priorities effectively.

Notice of Administrative Vacancy / 2024-25 School Year

About Clyde High School:
Clyde High School is committed to fostering academic excellence, personal growth, and a supportive learning environment for nearly 650 students in grades nine to twelve. With a focus on innovation, college and career readiness, and student-centered learning, Clyde High School prepares, inspires, and supports all students to achieve success.

Position Overview:
Clyde High School is seeking an experienced and dynamic educational leader to serve as principal. The ideal candidate will be a visionary leader dedicated to promoting a culture of academic achievement, inclusivity, and positive student development. The principal will lead with integrity, inspire faculty and staff, serve as a role model for students, and engage with the community.

Responsibilities:
-Facilitate visionary leadership in the development and implementation of educational goals and initiatives while promoting a culture of academic excellence and innovation.
-Oversee the day-to-day operations of the high school, including budgeting, scheduling, facilities management, supervision, and resource allocation.
-Collaborate with faculty to implement Focus 3/R-Factor, curriculum, instructional strategies, and assessment practices aligned with state standards and best educational practices.
-Champion a positive and inclusive school climate that supports the social, emotional, and academic needs of all students.
-Implement effective discipline policies and procedures, ensuring a safe and respectful learning environment.
-Cultivate strong relationships with parents, community members, and stakeholders to foster partnerships that support student success and engage the broader community in the school’s mission.
-Provide mentorship, support, and professional development opportunities for faculty and staff to enhance their teaching practices and professional growth.
-Ensure compliance with educational laws, district policies, and state regulations while maintaining accountability for academic standards and student achievement.
-Fulfill responsibilities as outlined in the applicable job description, including other duties as assigned by the Superintendent or designee.