The Partnership for Los Angeles Schools is a non-profit organization created in 2007 to transform historically under-served schools and serve as a scalable transformation model for Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), the State of California, and the nation. The Partnership dramatically accelerates achievement for students in the district’s highest-need schools by operating a network of 18 schools (15,000-student enrollment) in Boyle Heights, South LA, and Watts. The Partnership is one of the largest public school turnaround initiatives in the nation. Since the network was founded,
Partnership schools have more than doubled their four-year graduation rate from 36% to 81% and have made gains every year on math and literacy assessments. The Partnership has also been a critical partner to LAUSD as an advocate for better policies and programs for high-need schools across the district. To learn more about the Partnership, please visit our website at www.PartnershipLA.org.
SANTEE EDUCATION COMPLEX
Santee Education Complex is a secondary school located in South Los Angeles. Santee serves approximately 1900 students in grades 9th through 12th. The student body is 95% Latino and 5% African-American, and about a quarter of the school’s students are English learners. The Santee staff and community look forward to finding an inspirational leader with a strong instructional background. Highest priorities for the campus are continued implementation of rigorous Common Core-aligned instruction, using data to guide instructional decision-making, and building a culture of high expectations, college going and excitement about learning throughout the campus.
The Partnership for Los Angeles Schools seeks a highly effective, transformational urban school leader to drive continued growth and sustain a positive academic culture and safe climate for students and adults at Santee. The Principal will be responsible for ensuring that all students have the tools they need to be academically successful, that all members of the community (students, teachers, parents and families) have high expectations for student achievement and conduct, and that academic performance improves continuously for all students. The Principal will be an experienced, committed, and entrepreneurial school leader who is excited by the challenge of school transformation and who has demonstrated success at dramatically improving student achievement at a high-need school.
Below are the responsibilities and qualifications required of Partnership principals. The specific school community’s stakeholders, including school staff, parents, students, and partner organizations, will also provide their highest priority qualities and characteristics. These priorities will inform the hiring committee’s selection process
The Principal will be responsible for success in the following key areas of the LAUSD School Leadership Framework:
All minimum requirements must be met on or before the filing deadline. It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that documentation of minimum requirements is on file with the LAUSD HR Administrative Selection Unit. For questions about submitting documentation, please call (213) 241-6886.
For all school based administrative positions, it is preferred that candidates be in the appropriate LAUSD eligible pool for the position or that they are currently serving in the class for which they are applying. In order to be placed in the eligible pool, candidates must successfully complete the appropriate LAUSD Aspiring Administrator Program. Qualified applicants not in an eligible pool from within or outside LAUSD may be considered if fewer than five applicants from the eligible pool apply for the position.
Total first year salary ranges from $116,868 and $145,768. Compensation comes from two sources: LAUSD provides the base salary (between $104,779 and $130,688, 47G, E-Basis, 234 paid days) and the Partnership supplements the principal’s salary for working a year-round school calendar (equivalent to the A-Basis calendar of 261 paid days). The Partnership may provide an additional one-time bonus for additional experience and/or performance.
Employees who have been issued a below standard Performance Evaluation, or Notice of Unsatisfactory Act(s) and/or Suspension shall be ineligible for application to any promotion process for one calendar year following the issuance of such a Notice.
For more information about this position, please reach out to Claire Brown at [email protected].
To apply, please visit https://theapplicantmanager.com/careers?co=p6 and click on the position you will apply for.
The online application requires that you submit a resume, a cover letter, and that you respond to short answer questions related to this position.
Since Partnership school staff are all employees of LAUSD, selected candidates will also be asked to go through official LAUSD hiring procedures as well. The selected candidate will sign their contract with LAUSD.
FILING DEADLINE: July 6, 2017 – 5:00 p.m.