The principal is the chief academic officer of St. Joseph School and is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the school, including: curriculum, instruction, assessment, behavior, and safety of students. The principal shall maintain a collaborative atmosphere with and between the faculty and staff to promote high quality academic and faith-formation programs. The principal is responsible for following and implementing Archdiocesan and St. Joseph School policies, being a good steward of financial and material resources, ensuring a seamless curriculum throughout the school, helping strengthen the reputation of St. Joseph School, and cooperating with fund-raising and enrollment management efforts.
Credentials and Experience:
•Practicing member of the Roman Catholic Church
•Demonstrated commitment to Catholic schools
•Master’s Degree or higher, preferably in educational leadership
•At least three years experience as a Catholic school teacher
•Certified or able to be certified in school administration by the State of Missouri
•Certified by the Archdiocese of St. Louis as a catechist, CRE certification preferred.
Contact Rev. William Thess at [email protected].