Principal, Casa Grande High School - Petaluma City Schools
Petaluma City Schools
Location: Petaluma, California
Type: Full Time
Salary: $132,651 - $158,529
High School Principal
Plus advanced degree stipends and Health & Welfare benefits $14,916 annually and life insurance.
Petaluma City Schools (Sonoma County)
Application Deadline: 4/14/23 First Round of Interviews: 4/19/2023 Second Round of Interviews: 4/21/2023
$132,651 - $158,529 plus advanced degrees stipends and benefits
Petaluma City Schools is looking for a management employee who is able to demonstrate a commitment to the District effort on behalf of young people and adult learners in our community. They are expected to work with students, staff, parents and colleagues in a warm and supportive manner consistent with the District emphasis upon affective domain values. They are also expected, by their own example, to inspire others to the goal of life-long learning. Principals are expected to maintain a clear focus on student welfare and achievement and to work in a collegial fashion with the entire District staff.
Apply at https://www.edjoin.org/Home/DistrictJobPosting/1737594 For questions contact Human Resources (hrinfo(at)petk12.org).
Valid California teaching and administrative credentials are required as well as a Masters degree and a California English Language Learners authorization. A minimum of three years successful teaching experience is also required.
Petaluma City Schools delivers a high-quality, diverse, equitable, and inclusive education to all student scholars so they creatively explore interests, collaboratively solve problems, and fully develop as resilient, caring, and responsible members of our community.
* All students have infinite potential and value.
* Diversity is an asset that strengthens and enriches our learning community.
* Safe and caring learning environments help students reach high levels of achievement.
* An engaged and supportive community is essential to student and organizational success.
* Collaborative teams and shared decision making are critical to student success.