MISSION STATEMENT

Blue Valley Schools provide meaningful and lasting learning experiences, preparing all students for success.

Goals & Building Missions...

CONTACT INFORMATION

USD 384 Blue Valley
P.O. Box 98
3 Ram Way
Randolph, Kansas 66554

Schedule:

District Office Hours
7:30am to 4:00pm

Map

Phone: 785-293-5256
Toll Free: 877-750-8111
Fax: 785-293-5607

Email

HOW TO APPLY

Download one of the forms below and fill it out.

CERTIFIED STAFF FORMS

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Certified Staff Application Form
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Certified Staff Application Form
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CLASSIFIED STAFF FORMS

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Classified Staff Application Form
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Classified Staff Application Form
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BUS DRIVER FORMS

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Bus Driver Application
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Bus Driver Application
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JOB OPENINGS

To apply for a for a posted position at Blue Valley Randolph, please visit https://www.usd384.org, select Board of Education, then Job Openings to fill out an application. Along with the application, please include a resume, cover letter, transcripts (unofficial is fine), 4 references, and current license to John Cox, Superintendent, at jcox@usd384.org. Applicants must hold a current building level license.

Blue Valley - Randolph

Unified School District 384 

Elementary School Principal Job Description USD 384


USD #384 Mission Statement: Blue Valley Schools provide meaningful 

and lasting learning experiences, preparing all students for success.

Title: Elementary School Principal

Term of Employment: 11-month contract 

Qualifications:  

  1. Master's degree from an accredited college/university.  

  2. Current Kansas State Teaching License on file in the central office.   

  3. Five years of certified experience preferred

  4. Three years of school administration experience preferred

  5. Health and Inoculation Certificate on file in the central office.  

  6. Have a valid driver’s license and qualify under the district’s insurance carrier when driving a district vehicle.  

Reports to: Superintendent of Schools

Supervises: Full-Time and Part-Time Professional and Classified Staff

Evaluation: The Superintendent will evaluate this job following the Board of Education policies on the Evaluation of Administrative Personnel.

Purpose of Position: The job of an Elementary School Principal is to provide professional leadership and oversight to organize, administer, supervise, and evaluate the comprehensive and innovative school programs; providing instructional leadership by emphasizing and instilling the goal for each student to become college/career ready; supporting the instructional process with specific responsibility for directing overall site operations, services, and staff at a high school; partnering with the community, staff, and administration of USD 384 to accomplish all tasks and goals; providing information and serving as a resource to others; enforcing established policies and regulatory requirements; coordinating school activities; and addressing issues, situations and/or problems that arise on campus or with enrolled students.

Essential Functions: 

  • Administers and upholds policies of USD 384.  

  • Communicates openly and effectively with students, community, staff, and administration. 

  • Provides guidance and promotes a positive image in students.

  • Acts as chief public relations officer of the school. Develops newsletters sent to patrons informing them of activities and events occurring at school.

  • Responsible for maintaining the validity, adequacy, and safekeeping of all school records required by the state and district. 

  • Chairs meetings (e.g., curriculum, safety, site council, special district committees, etc.) for coordinating activities and ensuring that outcomes achieve school, district, and/or state objectives.

  • Recruits, hires, retains, and mentors staff as needed. 

  • Evaluates staff, enhancing staff productivity and ensuring necessary outcomes are achieved.

  • Maintains high standards of student conduct and enforces discipline as necessary, according to students' due process rights and USD 384 Board policy.

  • Develop a school budget and approve all requisitions for supplies and equipment that originate within the building with the Superintendent. Appropriately supervises monies collected within the building. 

  • Oversees financial accounts and the monthly financial statement. Makes recommendations of future needs to improve instruction which involves expenditures.

  • Encourages community participation in school life and actively participates in civic affairs. 

  • Collaborates effectively with Parent-Teacher Organization and Booster Club to promote and assist Blue Valley Schools in reaching their goals.

  • Develops and implements educational goals and objectives to help the school district achieve its goals and objectives.

  • Develops, conducts, and assists in planning meetings and staff development activities for the proper functioning of the school. Makes recommendations to the superintendent regarding in-service activities for certified teachers and (as appropriate) classified staff.

  • Assists in developing and organizing a comprehensive curriculum that will meet the unique needs of the school community. Administers school time to provide for school instruction and business efficiency.

  • Collaborates with the high school counselor, middle school principal, and elementary principal to develop a master schedule of courses for the school to maximize the teaching staff's use.

  • Plans and supervises safety drills.

  • Delegate’s authority to personnel to assume responsibility for the school in the principal's absence.

  • Works with Twin Lake Educational Cooperative personnel in providing educational programs for students with special needs. 

  • Participates in establishing IEP's for students at special education staffing.

  • Assists with evaluating Twin Lakes Educational Education Cooperative personnel permanently assigned to the middle/high school in compliance with Kansas law.

  • Performs other tasks and assumes other responsibilities as the superintendent or assistant superintendent may assign.

Physical Requirements/Environmental Conditions:  The usual and customary methods of performing the job’s functions require the following physical demands: occasional lifting, carrying, pushing, and/or pulling, some stooping, kneeling, crouching, and/or crawling, and significant fine finger dexterity. Generally, the job requires 50% sitting, 25% walking, and 25% standing. The position is performed under minimal temperature variations and under conditions with some exposure to the risk of injury and/or illness.

Salary: Dependent on Qualifications

Benefits: 

Ten days per year of sick leave

Paid BCBS Single Insurance Plan 

Cafeteria 125

KPERS Retirement

SUBSTITUTING

Blue Valley USD #384 is looking for persons to substitute for the following positions:

·       Teachers

·       Secretaries

·       Cooks

·       Bus Drivers

For an application regarding substituting, please contact Alison Moore at 785-293-5256 or amoore@usd384.org

COACHING POSITIONS

Blue Valley USD #384 is looking for persons to coach for the following positions:

·       HS Head Football

·       HS Head Volleyball

·       MS Head Track

Please fill out the classified application and send to Quinton Cravens at qcravens@usd384.org