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Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church of Cleveland Ohio


2187 West 14th St.
Cleveland, Ohio (United States)

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Job ID: 49340
Job Views: 4764
Location: Cleveland, OH
Zip Code: 44113
Job Category: Education
Employment Type: Part time
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Posted: 03.21.2017

Greek School Principal

Cleveland, OH


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Education: Classroom Teaching, Continuing-Adult, Corporate Development and Training, Customer Training, Early Childhood Care & Development, Elementary School, Fitness & Sports Training-Instruction, General-Other: Training-Instruction, Junior-High School, School-College Administration, Software-Web Training, Special Education, University

Job Description

The Principal of the Greek School shall be in charge of the central office of the Greek School and shall act under the direction of the Board of Education and the Executive Committee.  The Principal is responsible for seeing that the Board’s instructions are carried out.  The Principal shall recommend plans of work and shall conduct the day-to-day business of the Greek School.  The Principal shall evaluate and make recommendations on retaining, hiring, and termination of teachers and aides with the approval of the Board of Education and the Parish Council. 


Job Requirements

1. Establish and promote high standards and expectations for all students and staff for academic performance and responsibility for behavior.
2. 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/church including the instructional program and its discipline systems.
3. Establish the school calendar for instructional sessions, programs, and assessments, ensuring sequential learning experiences.
4. Supervise the instructional programs of the school, evaluating lesson plans and observing classes (teaching, as duties allow) on a regular basis to encourage the use of a variety of effective instructional strategies and materials.
5. Establish procedures for evaluation and selection of instructional materials and equipment, bringing all recommendations to the Board.
6. Supervise in a fair and consistent manner effective discipline and attendance systems with high standards, ensuring a safe and orderly environment that encourages students to take responsibility for behavior and creates high morale among students and staff.
7. Establish professional and respectful rapport with students, staff and parents.  Display the highest ethical and professional behavior and standards.  Serve as a role model by demonstrating the importance and relevance of learning, accepting responsibility, and demonstrating pride in our school and church.
8. Research, collect and maintain data regarding the instructional levels of students, attendance, and behavior.
9. Keep the staff informed and seek ideas for improvement of the school.  Conduct staff meetings as necessary, minimally once a month.  Maintain documentation of the agenda, content and attendance of these meetings.
10. Establish and maintain an effective inventory system for all school supplies, materials and equipment.
11. Establish procedures that create and maintain attractive, organized, functional, clean and safe facilities, with proper attention to the visual and acoustic.
12. Maintain high visibility with students, teachers, parents and the Board.
13. Communicate regularly with parents, seeking their support and advice, as to create a cooperative relationship to support the student in the school.  Provide quarterly student grade and behavior reports to parents.  Post displays in the classrooms and halls that celebrate students achievements to be changed minimally each quarter.
14. Use excellent written and oral Greek/English communication skills when communicating with students, parents and staff.
15. Communicate with the Board regularly about the needs, successes and general operation of the school.  Complete all records and reports requested by the Board in a timely fashion.
16. Maintain positive, cooperative and mutually supportive relationships with staff, parents, and the Board.  Nurture both students and staff to achieve their greatest potential academically, instructionally, and spiritually.



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