The Shasta-Trinity Regional Occupational Program (STROP) in Redding, CA is seeking a Superintendent/Principal.
The STROP is an ROP JPA between six Shasta and Trinity county school districts. High school students take approximately two hours from their regular high school classes in order to participate in CTE classes offered at the STROP Center in Redding.
As Superintendent, the Superintendent/Principal shall be the Governing Board's Chief Executive Officer. As Principal, the Superintendent/Principal, serves as the instructional leader of the school; responsible for direction of the instructional program, management and operation of the school plant.
195 day work year, Salary Negotiable D.O.E.
Application Deadline: February 29, 2024
Administrative Services Credential.
Minimum of 3 years Secondary Administrative experience.
Applications and Interview process will be confidential.
Complete a District Application, Resume, and three letters of Reference.
Submit to Peggy Halderman at email@example.com, or 4659 Eastside Road, Redding, CA 96001.
District Application can be found on our website: strop.org.
Direct contact with any of the STROP Board Members will result in the applicants disqualification for this position.
For questions or inquiries please call Peggy Halderman at 530-246-6080.
About Shasta-Trinity Regional Occupational Program
The Shasta-Trinity Regional Occupational Program (STROP) is a Career Technical Education (CTE) partnership between six Shasta and Trinity County school districts.
High school students take approximately two hours from their regular high school classes in order to participate in CTE classes offered at the STROP Center on Eastside Road in Redding. School bus transportation is available. In addition to classroom learning, CTE students have opportunities for hands-on training at local industry sites such as Shasta Regional Medical Center and Redding Fire Department. All students earn high school credit and most are eligible to simultaneously earn college credit through Dual Enrollment or articulation with Shasta College.