The Windsor Unified School District Board of Trustees is seeking a superintendent who will ensure that the district's students acquire the skills and knowledge for success in a changing world, that the district's schools provide a supportive and nurturing environment for learning, and that responsible behavior and respect for diversity is practiced by all students and staff.
Individuals with the qualifications and leadership skills to serve as the chief executive of this TK -12 district are invited to apply.
Successful applicants should:
• Be open, approachable, and a visible team-builder who will build relationships that foster communication. • Have a sense of humor. • Be a strong effective leader with proven leadership and management skills. • Have the ability to listen, communicate and work effectively with diverse groups and involve staff and community in the educational process. • Possess sound financial management skills, understands budget processes, and have a history of success with planning, management and budgeting. Identify, select, supervise and evaluate staff in a manner that promotes outstanding performance and high morale. • Effectively work with a variety of constituencies (Staff, Parents, Community) to meet the diverse needs of our district. • Be committed to providing continuity of leadership in the school district.
About the District Windsor Unified School District enrolls over 4800 students in transitional kindergarten through high school. Elementary students attend four uniquely configured schools, including two schools that serve students in grade-level clusters. The third elementary school is a TK-8 Spanish dual immersion dependent charter school. The District sponsors an independent K-8 charter school. Additionally, the District serves as the administrative unit for a special education consortium.
Windsor USD serves its secondary students in one middle school, one high school, and two alternative secondary programs—and each of these schools has earned stat e recognition for academic excellence. The high school campus, which opened in 2000, has a performing arts center, culinary arts institute, state-of-the-art digital media facility, career technical education building, and extensive advanced placement courses.
Application Procedure The final filing deadline for a complete application on www.edjoin.org is March 13, 2020, at 4:30 p.m.
All material will be treated confidentially.
A completed application includes:
• A signed and dated online edjoin application • A letter describing personal qualifications and interest in the position • A résumé detailing educational preparation, experience, and achievements • Four letters of recommendation dated within the last year • A list of five professional references • Evidence of appropriate credentials
The screening team will consider written rationale explaining why certain application materials are not included in an application packet.
If you have specific application questions, please contact Susie Truelove, Human Resources Analyst at the Sonoma County Office of Education, by phone: (707) 524-2677 or by email: [email protected]
If you have questions about the position, please contact the board’s representative, John Laughlin, Associate Superintendent of Human Resource Services at the Sonoma County Office of Education, by phone: (707) 524-2729 or by email: [email protected]
About Sonoma County Office of Education
The mission of the Sonoma County Office of Education (SCOE) is to foster student success through service to students, schools, and the community.
SCOE is a partner to the county’s 40 districts, providing services and oversight that help them serve roughly 71,000 students. SCOE does not have or create policies directing district behavior. Each district sets its own policies. Here are some of the key programs SCOE offers:
Service and support to help districts meet legal mandates, operate cost-effectively, and raise student achievement.
Fiscal oversight to districts.
Schools and services for special education and alternative education students who are not enrolled at district sites.
College and Career Readiness Services helps districts prepare their students for college and career.
Professional development for teachers and administrators.
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