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Dean of Students
Mary L. Booker Leadership Academy

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Dean of Students

Mary L. Booker Leadership Academy

Job Summary

Job Type
Full-time
Job Last Posted
Job posted 8 hours ago
Job Role
School Administration, Student Administrator
Employer's Industry
Education

Job Description

Mary L. Booker Leadership Academy seeks a dynamic classroom teacher as we move to launch our new, free public-school planning to open in Southeast San Francisco in Fall 2019. Become a part of our founding team as we build our community-driven school for the students and families in San Francisco.

Mission Statement

Mary L. Booker Leadership Academy develops the next generations of diverse leaders in San Francisco. We prepare our graduates to be successful leaders in college and career through our rigorous, student-centered academic program and our shared belief in leadership equity and community.

Position: Dean of Students

Essential Job Duties

  • Ability to assist in establishing a positive, structured, achievement-oriented, and creative school culture
  • Supervises students on campus before and after school; monitors students during lunch, recess, passing periods, and other activities; instructs students in appropriate behavior; disciplines students in accordance with established guidelines.
  • Organizing and managing all major school-wide events and programs
  • Assists in the implementation and plan for proper conduct of participants and spectators at all public events.
  • Analyze behavior data across and identifies needed team or individual teacher adjustments to culture, instruction and behavior management
  • Assists in the development, implementation, and evaluation of intervention programs that address the needs of at-risk students.
  • Recommends, administers and enforces building policies and procedures related to attendance and discipline.
  • Analyze school-wide and grade level data regularly in order to design responsive student interventions
  • Devise and monitor high-impact support plans for struggling students
  • Track other useful academic data (e.g. homework completion rates); communicate progress to students, teachers and parents.
  • Monitors and organizes attendance functions; prepares letters, calls parents, and attends meetings as needed, regarding absent or tardy students; provides leadership for attendance improvement efforts.
  • Provides direction to a variety of faculty, staff, and student programs and services; participates in formal and informal classroom visitations and observations; provides recommendations and suggestions for improvement as appropriate.
  • Liaison to the after school program in collaboration with school staff and/or personnel from outside agencies.
  • Liaison to extracurricular activities, (i.e. student athletics program, and other competitive or performance programs and events).
  • If applicable, teach courses within the school

Qualifications

  • Must hold a valid CA Clear Single Subject or Multiple Subject teaching credential (or an equivalent out-of-state credential which is transferable to California)
  • Minimum of 5 years of teaching or counseling experience at the middle or high school level, with a history of improving student achievement
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) is highly desirable

Nothing in this job description restricts the Mary L. Booker Leadership Academy’s right to assign or reassign duties to this position at any time.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Mary L. Booker Leadership Academy is an equal opportunity employer which does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, sex, religious creed, age, national origin, disability, or any other basis protected by law. 

Business Overview

Our Story

Mary L. Booker Leadership Academy develops the next generation of diverse leaders in San Francisco. We prepare our graduates to be successful leaders in college and career through our rigorous, student-centered academic program and our shared belief in leadership, equity, and community.

Our Learning Culture

High Learning Expectations: All students take rigorous core courses in English, History, Math, and Science that are grounded in the Common Core. These courses prepare students for college and career by ensuring that students are engaged in academic discourse, meaningful writing, critical thinking, and the application of grade-level standards to relevant real-world situations.

Culturally Responsive Teaching: All core courses incorporate aspects of our community. It is critical to the MLBLA mission that the content, curriculum and pedagogy of every course is relevant and community-conscious, reflecting the families and individuals we serve. Students will learn how to use critical thinking to analyze and value their identity, community, and the world at large.

Our Approach

Individualized Supports: Every student enters our school with unique strengths, needs, interests, & gaps. We know that there is no sole instructional model that can possibly address all of these differences. Therefore, we have created a flexible school schedule that allows students to move at their own pace and path for a significant portion of their academic day, receiving targeted support from teachers in small group or one-on-one instruction, based on their individual needs.

It Takes a Village: We believe in community. When students join, we help them identify their Dream Team, a collective of adults who directly influence their lives and are invested in their success; this may include parents/guardians, coaches, pastors, and community members.. Additionally, all students participate in a daily Leadership course. This course, which is grounded in a strong social-emotional curriculum based on the Compass Model, focuses on sharp minds, big hearts, noble purpose, and aligned actions. We believe in Restorative Justice. We are proactive and supportive: if a student is “off track”, they work with their advisor, counselor or administrator to “get back on track” rather than being excluded.

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