The Bath School Board is seeking qualified candidates for an Elementary Teaching Principal position starting July 1, 2024. Bath Village School provides for the educational needs of 50 students in grades K-6. BVS has been recognized as a National Blue Ribbon School. The town of Bath is in a beautiful community with year-round recreational opportunities.
School Year Contract: 220 daysCompetitive salary and benefits for qualified applicantsMinimum requirements: Masters Degree in education and NH-certified principal preferred Five years teaching experience, leadership experience in K-6 schools preferredEducators currently enrolled in a principal preparation program are encouraged to applyThe successful candidate will have flexible options for fulfilling the teaching part of this position. Bath Village School consists of a dedicated and experienced staff, a student body that arrives at school every day ready and eager to learn, and a community that is proud of its school and provides ample resources for student success. The result is a learning community that actively collaborates and shares leadership, ensuring that the mission of Bath Village School is realized daily. As a community, we educate, nurture, and challenge all students to be successful, enthusiastic, and lifelong learners who creatively explore, effectively apply, and share knowledge as responsible participants in an ever-changing world.In the Bath district, as part of SAU #23, we offer a competitive salary, excellent benefits, and opportunities to learn, grow, and contribute.
The ideal candidate will demonstrate exemplary instructional leadership skills, an appreciation for all that our area has to offer, and a commitment to being an integral member of the community. The successful BVS Principal candidate will: Foster a positive, inclusive school climate that welcomes collaboration.Be a resourceful, kind, and student-centered leader.Be a collaborative leader with consideration of input from staff, students, parents, as well as community members, and the school boardBe an active member of the SAU #23 District Leadership TeamSupport an effective learning environment for students and staffUse assessment data to analyze the effectiveness of curriculum and student learning.Complete required state reportsEnforce district policies Keep the Superintendent informed of activities and issues at the school.Reports monthly to the School BoardSupervises state-mandated assessmentsParticipate on SAU committees when curriculum, instruction and assessment, technology, professional development, or report card changes are being planned.Assumes responsibility for the safety and administration of the school facility.Conducts the required safety drills and protocols required by the state.Assist in developing the annual budget with the SAU Finance Office and Budget Committee.Maintains and controls funds generated by student activitiesSeeks and applies for eligible grants for BVS projects.Assumes responsibility for professional growth and development through membership and participation in professional organizations; through attendance at regional, state, and national meetings and conferencesOrganizes the recruiting, screening, hiring, and training of the staffRecommends candidates for professional and paraprofessional positions to the Superintendent Supervises all professional and paraprofessional personnel as well as evaluates professional and paraprofessional staff on an annual basisArranges for staff development opportunities necessary to the establishment and implementation of programs that better meet more student needs. Conducts staff meetings as necessary for the most effective functioning of the school Develops plans and strategies for individual staff member performance improvements, according to established guidelines.Supervises all student services including special education, 504, Title I, and RTI.Maintains high standards of student conduct and enforces/guides student disciplineOrganizes special events to recognize student achievements and accomplishmentsAttends athletic and school-sponsored events Interested candidates, please submit a letter of interest, current resume, and 3 current letters of recommendation, by January 5, 2024, to: Dr. Laurie Melanson2975 Dartmouth College HighwayN.
Haverhill, NH 03884
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