Pleasanton Middle School

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Administrative Role

Our Role
Our administration team uses leadership and administrative skills in promoting the maximum educational development of each middle school student. Our chief responsibilities are to provide:
  • Instructional Leadership
  • Adhere to the District Board/administrator operating policies and guidelines.
  • Promotes the District mission of “each students growth and success”.
  • Set expectations and positive climate for students and staff.
  • Provide the support and reinforcement necessary for good staff morale.
  • Make recommendations on needs identified by assessment data, teacher recommendations and educational research.
  • Support Staff Personnel.
  • Prepare master schedule.
  • Assist and motivate teachers to develop and improve their professional standing through inservice and college courses.
  • Schedule and conduct staff meetings.
  • Curriculum Development
  • Establish and implement educational goals and objective for the school and in evaluating the accomplishment of these goals and objectives.
  • Promote the general health, safety, and welfare of the student body.
  • Coordinate and evaluate the curriculum in accordance with the district curriculum policy.
  • Establish rules and sets the tone for student discipline in accordance with school board policy and current school law.
  • Assist Guidance in the registration and scheduling of students.
  • Support the school/community organizations.
  • Develop and maintain positive written and verbal communication with the community.
  • Encourage staff to maintain positive relationship with community.
  • Work with PTO to promote school/community relations and highlight student and teacher accomplishments.
  • Provide the appropriate communication techniques to all families.
  • Prepare school budgets and long range plans to address the needs of the school.
  • Work with custodial and maintenance staff to insure the proper cleanliness, repair and safety of the building and grounds.
  • Participate in local, state, and national professional organizations.
  • Read current professional literature.
  • Visit other programs in other schools and attends educational conferences.
  • Serve as a role model for students in how to conduct themselves as citizens and as responsible, intelligent human beings.
  • Maintain the legal responsibility to help instill in students the belief in and practice of ethical principles and democratic values.