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Elementary Principal – Lexington Local Schools


– Demonstrates a sense of mission for building/district which promotes high standards of performance for staff and students.

-Exhibits leadership qualities in working with staff to implement new programs and ideas.

-Knows and facilitates effective instructional practices and implementation of the curriculum.

-Articulates and set goals for instructional programs and professional growth of staff.

-Monitors student achievement through established procedures which provide regularly scheduled progress reports to students and parents, standardized testing, intervention, and grading procedures.

-Observes and evaluates teachers; makes recommendations regarding employment to appropriate personnel.

-Assesses yearly staff needs and conducts interviews of classified and certified personnel to fill those positions in conjunction with Central Office personnel.

-Creates a climate of positive morale within the building which fosters creativity, risk taking and trust.

-Assumes a leadership role in supervising the instructional program.

-Provides staff meetings for the purpose of professional development and information.

-Uses results of standardized and teacher-made tests to develop appropriate educational strategies for students.

-Requires teachers to maintain proper documentation of student progress.


Experience Required:

-Prefer administrative experience.

-Master’s degree with Ohio certification / license in administrationn -Current Ohio administrative or pupil services certificate/license -Prefer administrative experience -Evidence of successful leadership experience related to curriculum, instructional practices, teacher mentoring and coaching, use of data to support excellence in classroom instrusction, assessment development, state testing, intervention programs and school improvement continuous improvement process planning.

-Management experience in overseeing and evaluating work of staff against specified performance goals and outcomes.

-Preferred credentialed OTES evaluator and CPI training.


Wage or Salary:

Approximate Work Hours or Days: 221 days


How to Apply:

Letters of interest, resumes, and references must be submitted to Superintendent, Mr. Jeremy Secrist, no later than 3:00pm on Friday, June 11th, 2021 via email at


Posting End Date: 2021-06-11

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