Anoka Hennepin ISD 11

Assistant Principal - High School

Anoka, MN
May 11, 2018
Jun 10, 2018
Anoka Hennepin School District
Job Type
Employment Status
Full Time


  • Position Type:
      Administrative - Assistant Principal/Activities Director/Assistant Principal - High Schools

  • Date Posted:

  • Location:
      Coon Rapids High School

  • Closing Date:

    Assistant Principal - High School
    Full Time 12 months

    Primary responsibility is Activities Director

    Activities Director duties include, but are not limited to:
    Develop and maintain an overall effective program for students in co-curricular activities to include athletics, performing, fine arts, and clubs.  Oversee and manage the activity budget and additional flow through monies (fees, gate receipts, etc.).  Coordinate and schedule the school calendar for athletics and activities practices, rehearsals and events.  Recommend to Principal to hire, supervise and evaluate coaches, directors and advisors.  Conduct and coordinate seasonal eligibility meetings with parents and participants.  Coordinate officials and transportation for athletics and activities.  Communicate frequently and proactively with students, parents, district, local media and community organizations in relation to school activities, using the best available technology and district resources.  Coordinate and schedule supervision and security of all in-house co-curricular events.  Implement ISD 11, Minnesota State High School League and conference rules and policies.  Develop and regularly update an Athletic/Activity Policy Handbook for staff, students and parents.  Prepare all required reports (e.g., Title IX, participation, budgets).  Schedule and lead coaching and activity staff meetings and training.  Serve as liaison between high school programs and community booster groups.  Serve as mediator for parents, students and coaches/advisors as circumstances require.
    Other Duties and Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
    Assist the principal in developing and carrying out the school’s vision, mission, and goals.  Assist the Principal in the overall administration of the school; interpret and enforce school policies and procedures.  Assume responsibility for implementing and observing school board policies.  Actively participate in the recruitment, selection, staff development, and evaluation of staff members.  Assist teachers in effective lesson plans and classroom preparation.  Supervise, monitor and administer building and District student behavior procedures and policies, making necessary referrals to other staff members and communicating directly with parents, as appropriate.  Serve with parent, faculty, student and community groups as requested in advancing educational and school goals.  Communicate with parents, community members, and parent organizations concerning school programs and activities. 
    Other duties and responsibilities may include the following at the discretion of the Principal:  
    Serve as the principal’s liaison at school and at professional public meetings in the principal's absence.  Assist with the creation, implementation and maintenance of the Master Schedule.  Management of Schedule changes; Building Security/Safety; Building Usage; Staff Development; Student Handbooks; Faculty/Staff Handbooks.  Prepare or supervise the preparation of reports, records, lists and other required information and data; write letters, memos and other forms of correspondence on the school's behalf.  Plan for and manage summer school programs; approve and arrange field trips.  Attend local, state and national conferences, conventions and workshops as assigned.

    License:  Requires Current MN Secondary Principal or K-12 Principal License.
    Evidence of successful teaching experience, with supervisory or coordinating experience preferred.  Effective oral and written communication skills.  Knowledge of trends in public education and ability to convey and interpret them to staff.  Excellent organizational skills.  Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with staff, students, parents/guardians, and community.  Successful experience in working with diverse populations.

    Salary: $100,760- 114,959, DOQ, plus an excellent flex benefits package. 

    Start Date:  7/1/18.

    HOW TO APPLY:  Applicants must complete the Anoka-Hennepin Schools online employment application at
    Administrative Applicants must also attach a letter of application and a current resume describing qualifications for this position, along with a minimum of three letters of recommendation.

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