K-12 Instructional Lead in Performing Arts, Visual Arts

POSITIONS: K-12 Instructional Lead in Performing Arts
K-12 Instructional Lead in Visual Arts 2019-2020 School Year

POST DATE: May 28, 2019

POST END DATE: June 11, 2019

INTERVIEWS: June 2019

BOE APPOINTMENTS: June-July 2019

SALARY: $2500 Stipend/Grant Funded

  • Report to: Director of Curriculum and Instruction
  • Qualifications: Current NYS Certification in appropriate certification area
  • Function: Provides leadership in teaching and learning within the department across the district

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The District Instructional Leads in Visual and Performing Arts will perform those duties as follows and all other responsibilities as assigned by the Director of Curriculum and Instruction. District instructional leads are expected to act as facilitators to build capacity within district departments, across all levels, for developing a clear district vision culminating in a well-articulated Pathway to Graduation within the arts field, the regular gathering of data, discussion regarding data, setting and building action plans for the attainment of district department goals and leading team discussion for decision-making. Positions are one –year appointments.

  1. Meet once each month, outside the school day, with the Director of Curriculum and Instruction to set the agenda for departmental meetings in regard to new standards, curriculum updates and memos issued by NYSED and professional organizations, data and assessment practices and analysis , and goal setting and action plans for goal attainment, including professional learning needs.
  2. Develop district vision, in conjunction with arts faculty and Director of curriculum and Instruction, for education in Visual or Performing Arts, which culminates in a Pathway to Graduation and assist with development of implementation plan
  3. Communicate and act as a lead for the district department regarding curriculum, assessment and all pedagogical information including:
  • Development and facilitation of curriculum, as aligned to new standards
  • Locating and using appropriate instructional resources
  • Maintain membership in state and national professional organizations and act as a coach and guide to staff relative to current “best practices” from the field
  • Facilitating the exchange of ideas regarding instructional methods, techniques and resources
  • Development of department professional learning priorities and supports

4. Plan and conduct four district-wide department meetings sending summary notes to the Director of Curriculum and Instruction

5. Collaborate with School and District administration to administer and interpret various data sources and assessment results.

6. Meet at least one time per year with each elementary principal to discuss program.

7. Prepare reports as needed.

LETTER OF INTEREST DEADLINE: June 11, 2019

HOW TO APPLY: Letter of Interest
Personnel Department Attn: Rhonda Jeter
Monticello Central School District
237 Forestburgh Rd.
Monticello, NY 12701
Tel. 845-794-7700 Fax 845-794-7710