New York State Superintendent Positions, Other New York State Education Positions
Norwich City School District is located at the center of Chenango County with a student population of 1,800 and a total staff of 400. We are a student-centered, technology rich District with excellent facilities. We enjoy strong community support and parent engagement shown through our exceptional academic, extra-curricular activities and athletics program. We support the concept that the school is at the heart of our community and strive for our students to embrace and reach their academic and personal goals.
The Assistant Superintendent will develop, organize and coordinate the PK-12 program; develop District-wide policies and practices concerning curriculum; develop individual school improvement plans and related initiatives; oversee the District’s program of assessment, testing and interpretation of student performance outcomes; and remain current with “best practices” concerning staff training and curriculum areas with local and state relevance.
Applicants should have a child-centered philosophy, with a proven ability as a rigorous academic leader, innovative planner and effective communicator; comprehensive knowledge of NYS learning standards and assessments with ability to use data to inform decision making and target instruction in order to strengthen student achievement; commitment to success of students with diverse needs and backgrounds; commitment to active parent involvement and promoting respect for all members of the school community, and supervisory and secondary school level experience.
All applicants must be NYS certified School District Leader or equivalent.
Application deadline is January 12, 2018. Please apply on OLAS. Visit www.norwichcsd.org for further information on how to apply or call 607-334-1600 x5504.
Additional Salary Information: Pay is very competitive and commensurate with training and experience. Excellent benefit package to include health, dental and vision coverage and flexible spending.
Norwich City School District is organized on a PreK-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12 plan with students attending a full-day kindergarten and six years of elementary school, followed by three years of middle school and a four-year high school program.
Stanford J. Gibson Primary School serves students in PreK-2 with an approximate enrollment of 540, while Perry Browne Intermediate School serves students in gra...des 3-5 with an enrollment of approximately 460 students. These facilities provide a modern elementary school program including library media and computer services, instruction in the special areas of art, music, physical education, remedial reading, writing and mathematics, and instruction for students with special learning needs.
Norwich Middle School houses approximately 470 6th through 8th grade students. A modern educational program is offered with an individualized approach to instruction for continuous student progress in the academic subjects. The program includes exploratory classes in art, music, home and career skills, technology and second languages. A library media center is available and opportunities are provided for students to participate in such extra-curricular activities as interscholastic and intramural sports, vocal and instrumental music groups, and a variety of club activities.
Norwich High School offers a comprehensive program of academic courses and activities to approximately 610 students in grades 9-12. Norwich High School runs on a rotating two day schedule with four quarters. Classes are 74 minutes in length. In addition to college preparatory courses, extensive course selections are available in business, technology education, home & career skills, art and music. An extensive extracurricular program in athletics, music and a variety of other activities is available for high school students. Norwich High School is accredited by the New York State Board of Regents and Middle Atlantic Association of Schools and Colleges. Norwich High School uses a numerical marking system. Class Rank is computed for all seniors at the end of the junior year and again at the end of the first semester of the senior year.
All school buildings include state-of-the-art computer facilities.