Administrator for Curriculum/Instruction
(Requires General Administrative Certification Type 75)
To serve as a general assistant to the Superintendent with administrative functions as assigned by the Superintendent.
The Administrator for Curriculum/Instruction reports directly to the Superintendent.
- Attend all Board Meetings, and prepare such reports for the Board as are appropriate to the primary function and other reports which may be requested by the Superintendent or the Board of Education.
- Attend all meetings of the Administrative Council.
- Assist in the recruitment, interviewing and assignment of staff assigned to this position.
- Assist the Superintendent in directing the long-term planning of the educational program and operations of the school system in order to provide for the future educational needs of the community.
- Provide professional leadership in education throughout the school system, and study, keep informed of and stimulate interest of staff in new developments in education.
- Coordinate and implement the District’s staff development programs.
- Accumulate and disseminate information on new developments in education.
- Guide research activities and generally oversee all research projects.
- Assist in the development of statements of educational policies and procedures.
- Approve the purchase of instructional materials, equipment, and supplies.
- Assist the Superintendent in establishing rules and regulations needed for the direction of staff and students.
- Administer the District’s travel/convention budget for teaching personnel.
- Assist in the administering, through the principals, the District’s services for the gifted, as well as art, music, and physical education programs.
- Supervise the development of the District’s instructional policies related to curriculum development, reporting to parents, and testing.
- Ensure that all necessary records are kept and reports are made pertaining to pupils, as required by the Board of Education and the State Board of Education; and designate specific responsibility for such records and reports.
- Serve on such staff or lay committees as the Superintendent may direct.
- Confer with the appropriate administrator on matters of common concern.
- Perform such other duties and assume such other responsibilities as may be assigned by the Superintendent of Schools.
NOTE: The Administrator for Curriculum/Instruction work year shall be from July 1st to June 30th with twenty (20) vacation days. Fringe benefits will be according to Board Policy.
Revised: December 13, 2004