Friday, February 15, 2019
Monroe Public Schools
Position Details: 


  • Possess a valid Michigan Teacher Certification.
  • At least five years of successful teaching experience.
  • Master's degree or equivalent graduate coursework from an accredited college or university. (Curriculum/ Educational Leadership emphasis preferred.)
  • Upon hire candidate must have qualifications to apply for a School Administrator Permit or possess and or be eligible for Michigan Administrator Certification within three years of appointment in accordance with Public Act 1010 of 2012.
  • Possess and be able to articulate and share a compelling vision of what a successful school should be in order to best assure the success of all students. 
  • Knowledge of data-driven school improvement planning in order to increase student achievement, facilitate professional learning communities, study groups, targeted intervention and enrichment programs, and parent involvement.
  • Be a team leader who capitalizes on the talents of all staff, including all members of the administrative team in the planning and decision making process of running a school.
  • An understanding of current educational research, concepts and instructional and management/supervisory strategies which are recognized as effective in meeting the needs of all students, staff and community.
  • Demonstrated and verifiable record of excellent, positive and productive relationships with students and student organizations and a commitment to equal opportunity for all.
  • Experience in budgeting, budget monitoring, and budget reporting is preferred.  
  • A strong understanding of Title I grant funded programs, with an ability to coordinate Title I instructional programs and monitor compliance of those programs.
  • Demonstrates an ability to use academic and social emotional data in the MTSS process to plan and monitor  individual student needs and coordinate grant funded programs for students.
  • Organize and maintain evidence of procedures to follow and monitor student progress.
  • Ability to coordinate Title I programs to develop or strengthen professional skills in teachers and other staff members.
  • Conduct, assist with and oversee Title 1 parent engagement  activities to enhance student learning at home as well as at school and increase collaboration between schools and students’ families.
  • Possess an understanding and commitment to the time obligations and rigor imposed upon a school administrator.