Sue Cross - President
Seat 4 – Elected 4 Years 2011 – 4-year term expires 2015
Amy Johnson - Vice President
Seat 5 – Elected 4 Years 2011 – 4-year term expires 2015
Open Seat (see below) -Transportation
Seat 3 – Elected 4 Years 2011 – 4-year term expires 2015
Anna Folsom – Legislative Rep.
Seat 1- Filed 6/4/09 - 4-year term expires 2017
Kathy Corson – Staff Contact
Seat 2 – 4-year term expires in 2017
Index School District #63
PO Box 237
436 Index Ave.
November 19, 2013
School Board News
As of November
19, 2013 Index School Board of Directors (School Board) has an open position
for seat 3.
All applicants must be a United States citizen and qualified voter resident in the Index School District.
All qualified candidates may send a letter including a biographical sketch and your interest in the position. Letters will be accepted in the school office or the post office through January 4, 2014.
Index School District # 63
Board Position 3 1
P.O. Box 237
Index, WA 98256
Opening for Administrator:
November 20, 2013
Superintendent/Principal Job Description for Index District #63
Accountable to the Index School District #63 Board of Directors, the Superintendent/Principal assumes overall responsibility for promoting success of each student by providing vision, instructional programs, management, and collaboration to the District.
I. Vision and Mission. The Superintendent/Principal:
A. Aligns the vision, mission and goals of the District to state and federal policies.
B. Creates, evaluates and revises plans for the District.
C. Engages staff, students, Board of Directors and community with the vision and mission.
II. Instructional Programs. The Superintendent/Principal:
A. In collaboration with teaching staff, sees to the development of educational curricula that aligns with current legal requirements and best-practice standards of learning.
B. Ensures that appropriate in-service training is provided to staff.
C. In collaboration with teachers, evaluates and revises instructional programs as needed to promote student success.
III. Management. The Superintendent/Principal:
A. Is responsible for recruitment, evaluation, staff development, and discipline or termination of certified and non-certified teaching staff, office staff, transportation and custodial staff, subject to Board approval of such action as necessary.
B. Provides staff with skills & tools needed for autonomy, and supports appropriate actions and decisions by staff.
C. Oversees facility and coordinates maintenance of school building and property, equipment, technology, grounds, and bus fleet.
D. Executes decisions made by the Board.
E. Manages district within budget. Actively seeks and writes grant proposals.
F. Maintains record keeping for the District.
G. Ensures safety for students, staff, and property.
H. Follows consistent practices related to communication, performance evaluations, policy enforcement and discipline.
IV. Collaboration. The Superintendent/Principal:
A. Provides the Board with effective and timely communication related to the District.
B. Attends monthly Board meetings and presents update on District status and upcoming events.
C. Presents recommendations and options to the Board relative to matters requiring board action, including all necessary and helpful facts, information, and reports as needed for Board decisions.
D. Fosters collaboration between school and community.
E. Establishes and maintains effective communication with staff; meetings at least monthly.
F. Communicates effectively with OSPI, ESD, and residents of the District.
V. All other duties assigned.