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1 Vernon Public Schools Administrative Vacancy Elementary Principal Northeast School

2 Vernon, Connecticut Position Effective: on or about July 1, 2010 Application Deadline: May 21, 2010

3 Community Profile Vernon was first settled in 1716 and was incorporated as a town in Founded at the start of the Industrial Revolution, the town developed into a major center for the manufacture of textiles. Vernon is a suburban community rich in historical and cultural tradition. The town is 15 miles to the northeast of Hartford and is equidistant between New York and Boston. Today the Rockville section of Vernon enjoys the unique status of being listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Although many of the mills are gone, the area remains an active urban center. Once known as rural Vernon, it is now best described as a suburb of Hartford and part of the Tri-Town area of Vernon, Ellington, and Tolland. Although rural areas still exist, Vernon today has a population of over 30,000 residents living in over 13,000 housing units.

4 The Position The Principal of Northeast School is responsible for the initiation, operation, supervision, coordination and evaluation of school- based programs and the services designed to meet the educational needs of students in the school. Additional responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the assessment of student achievement, student discipline, the supervision and evaluation of teachers, the preparation and administration of the annual school budget and the day-to-day operations of the school.

5 Qualifications Connecticut State Department of Education administrative certification 092 Connecticut State Department of Education administrative certification 092 At least five years teaching experience at the elementary level At least five years teaching experience at the elementary level Administrative experience preferred Administrative experience preferred The ability to work effectively with students, staff, parents and the community The ability to work effectively with students, staff, parents and the community Knowledge of curriculum and instruction at the elementary level Knowledge of curriculum and instruction at the elementary level Excellent verbal and written communication skills Excellent verbal and written communication skills Strong interpersonal skills Strong interpersonal skills A demonstrated ability to make sound educational decisions A demonstrated ability to make sound educational decisions Other attributes and skills as deemed appropriate and necessary Other attributes and skills as deemed appropriate and necessary

6 District Profile Mr. Richard J. Paskiewicz, Superintendent of Schools Mrs. Deborah Murasso, Assistant Superintendent of Schools Mr. Stanley Karasinski, Director of Business and Finance Vernon Public Schools educates its student population of 3,780 in grades PK-12 which includes five elementary schools, one middle school, one high school, and one day treatment facility. Policy is governed by the Vernon Board of Education, a nine-member elected body. The Elementary Principal reports directly to the Superintendent of Schools. The operating budget for the school year is $45,835,932.

7 Compensation Package The salary range for the school year is $105,090 to $121,884 plus a comprehensive benefits package. Application Process Please complete an online application at Click on “Employment.” The application closing date is Friday, May 21, Only complete applications received electronically by the deadline will be considered.

8 Mission of the Vernon Public Schools The Vernon School System, in partnership with the staff, the parents, and the community, is responsible for preparing our students with the knowledge, the skills, and the attitudes required for them to participate as successful adults in the world. All students of the Vernon School System will aspire to and actualize their abilities and create positive futures for their lives.

9 What We Do We hold and act upon high expectations for all students, in and out of the classroom. We hold and act upon high expectations for all students, in and out of the classroom. We cultivate, with the students themselves, personal expectations of success. We cultivate, with the students themselves, personal expectations of success. We create structures that solicit student interests that become part of our curriculum. We create structures that solicit student interests that become part of our curriculum. We provide opportunities to develop all students’ personal passions and interests. We provide opportunities to develop all students’ personal passions and interests.

10 How We Do It Our curriculum and programs are aligned with local, state, and national standards and reflect research-based best practices. Our curriculum and programs are aligned with local, state, and national standards and reflect research-based best practices. Our programs are implemented by high-quality instruction. Our programs are implemented by high-quality instruction. Our classrooms are positive environments where all students can be problem-solvers and risk-takers. Our classrooms are positive environments where all students can be problem-solvers and risk-takers. Our facilities are student-centered, equipped for 21st century programs, clean and safe. Our facilities are student-centered, equipped for 21st century programs, clean and safe. Our programs are continuously assessed through a variety of measures. Our programs are continuously assessed through a variety of measures. Our students receive recognition for their accomplishments. Our students receive recognition for their accomplishments. Our students are given increasing opportunities for independence and responsibility according to their abilities. Our students are given increasing opportunities for independence and responsibility according to their abilities. Our students develop and apply those skills and personal attributes necessary to meet the demands of a changing society. Our students develop and apply those skills and personal attributes necessary to meet the demands of a changing society.


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