Principal- Fayetteville High School (Fayetteville, Arkansas)
Fayetteville Public School District
December 15, 2017
Full Time - Experienced
Consistently ranking as one of the highest performing high schools in the state and region with a tradition of continued academic excellence, a distinguished faculty, and engaged stakeholders; Fayetteville High School is seeking an exceptional instructional leader with the following characteristics:
-Experience leading a large high school
-Expertise in high school education and advocacy
-Deep knowledge of building and maintaining a student-centered school culture based on research and best practices
-Accomplished work in innovative strategies such as blended teaching and learning that is reflective of the unique needs of all students
-Maintains effective relationships with a broad range of stakeholders, including students, faculty, parents, alumni and community members
-Strategic thinker with effective diplomatic, creative, analytical and proactive leadership skills
-Promotes an open, inclusive environment that emphasizes cooperation and teamwork
-Superb interpersonal and communication (oral and written) skills
-Willingness to listen and understand faculty, staff, students, and parents
-Genuine concern for all employees and families of Fayetteville High School
To view the current job description for the position, please visit www.fayar.net and click on the employment button.
If you have the above characteristics and would like to apply, please apply online at www.fayar.net for the position of “Admin/High School Principal”. In addition to the application, please email your letter of interest, resume, current licensure, and three professional letters of reference to Greg Mones, Director of Human Resources (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Additional Salary Information: Salary range begins at $120,000
Long recognized for educational excellence and innovation in the state and region, the Fayetteville Public Schools serve the students, parents, and patrons of Fayetteville, Arkansas, perhaps Arkansas's most dynamic and diverse community.
The Fayetteville School District was the first school district granted a charter by the State of Arkansas in 1871. It was also the first school district in the ...south to voluntarily integrate its schools. Five days after the Brown v. Board of Education decision by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1954, the Fayetteville School Board took action to desegregate the Fayetteville Schools.
The Fayetteville community has always had high expectations for its schools, and, in turn, the schools have high expectations of our students and staff. Year after year, they deliver, whether it's in academics, athletics, the fine arts, leadership, innovation, sustainability, or social awareness.
Fayetteville has been named one of the best places to live and work in America by such publications as Kiplinger's Personal Finance, Forbes, and INC. magazines.