Carney-Nadeau Public School is presently seeking applicants for the position of K-12 Principal. The ideal candidate will be highly committed to student success, possess excellent written and verbal communication skills, be experienced in establishing high expectations for student academic performance, behavior, and attendance with a proven track record of success in empowering students to meet these expectations.
We seek an enthusiastic administrator, one passionate about all facets of the educational process to collaborate with and assist our teaching and support staff in their efforts to help our all our students reach their full potential. The highly preferred candidate will have experience in the areas of classroom teaching, special education, staff motivation/supervision/evaluation, state reporting, standardized testing, benchmark testing, public relations, staff/student/parental engagement, and multi-tiered systems of behavioral and academic support. While a current Michigan School Administrator’s certificate is certainly a plus, consideration will be given to those willing to enter into a admin degree granting program within six months of hire.
Carney-Nadeau Public School is a small, rural district located in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and in many ways serves as the very heart of our surrounding community. Our principal stands as the public face of our school and works to strengthen our reputation as a welcoming, caring, innovative, and high-functioning district that consistently goes above and beyond in our efforts to ensure student success.
How To Apply
Interested persons are strongly encouraged to send a cover letter and resume along with copies of college transcripts and teaching/admin certifications (if applicable), and a list of references to Superintendent Adam Cocco either via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or in hard-copy form to the following address:
Carney-Nadeau Public School
Attn: Superintendent Adam Cocco
151 North U.S. Highway 41
Carney, MI 49812
All application materials must be received by no later than 3:30 pm on Friday, October 8th, 2021.