The Assistant Principal is responsible for helping to accomplish Royalmont Academy's mission of training strong Christian Leaders by ensuring effective integral formation along the four dimensions of academic, human, spiritual and apostolic formation for grades Pre-K to 6. In this role, the assistant principal will oversee all faculty ensuring they meet state, Archdiocesan and Regnum Christi standards of education; they will conduct regular assessments, provide coaching and individual accompaniment ensuring a rigorous academic environment. The Assistant Principal is responsible for creating an atmosphere of discipline and order, encouraging students to accept and follow rules out of personal conviction, promoting academic, human, spiritual, and apostolic formation. The Assistant Principal will coordinate with the Dean of Curriculum/Assistant Principal Grades 7 - 12 in areas of accreditation and curriculum. They will serve on the Integral Formation Leadership Team and report to the Head of School/CEO. This position requires management of faculty and staff personnel.
LEADERSHIP AT ROYALMONT
Royalmont Academy is more than just a school. It is a Christ-centered educational community of excellence, focused on Integral Formation of the students, offering an experience of joy that comes from encountering Christ and becoming apostles eager to exercise their Christian leadership with a spirit of mission, helping the Church build Christ's kingdom, impact culture, and transform society.
SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS
• Authentic excitement about sharing the Catholic Christian faith.
• Demonstrates a desire to innovate, including a willingness to forge new paths and test possibilities.
• Ability to cultivate and work in a positive and joyful team environment.
• Excellent communications and organization skills
• Demonstrated ability to use and train on multiple technology platforms
• Holds valid State of Ohio education license/certificate appropriate for the position, and verification on all state and Archdiocese child protection mandates.
• University degree, with a post-graduate degree preferred
• Practicing Catholic with an excellent moral reputation, apostolic zeal for working for the Church; possessing a desire to lead, serve, and form youth.
• Coordinating the development and implementation of the Pre-K to 6 annual program and budget
• Ensuring effective communication of school rules and maintaining students code of conduct
• Motivating, coaching, and assessing grades Pre-K to 6 faculty formators
• Providing training and ongoing support for Pre-K to 6 teachers related to students' academic, human, spiritual and apostolic formation
• Communicate regularly with Pre-K - 6 faculty regarding ongoing school operations
• Assisting the formation instructor with practical aspects of implementing the virtue program
• Coordinate with the Dean of Curriculum on accreditation and standards within the classroom
• Lead school safety plan including conducting, recording, and monitoring all safety drills in accordance with state and federal guidelines
• Motivating students to develop virtues, and adherence to the code of conduct out of personal conviction
• Maintaining vigilance over the student body to prevent disciplinary problems; ensuring students are supervised at all times
• Implementing procedures and logistics for discipline campaigns, student assemblies, student directives, student lines, etc.
• Providing personal attention to students utilizing positive motivation and understanding of developmental needs
• Greeting students as they arrive each day and being present as they depart
• Communicating regularly with the principal regarding student behavior issues and parental concerns
• Referring serious disciplinary situations to the principal
• Working to promote the good manners and dining etiquette of students during lunch
• Planning logistics for, implementing practicalities of, and maintaining a formative environment in the school (e.g., physical setting, assemblies, campaigns, lines, etc.)
• Supporting and supervising students, in coordination with the formation instructor, in activities that promote the spiritual life of the school
• Promoting intra-mural athletic activities
• Organizing and supervising student recess periods
• Monitoring class changes and transitions to ensure they take place in an orderly and timely manner
• Monitoring the classrooms, corridors, and other school facilities to ensure safety, cleanliness, and order
• Ensuring that students injured while at school are promptly seen by the school nurse
• Ensuring students are properly attired in the school uniform
• Informing the principal of excessive absences and lack of punctuality of students
• Reviewing and approving the weekly conduct grades assigned in the elementary school
• Supporting and encouraging the celebration of the sacraments, spiritual guidance, and apostolic formation
• Assisting with parent formation and evangelization