1. Attend orientation and training programs.
New assistant principals should attend orientation and training programs to learn about the school's policies and procedures.
2. Familiarize themselves with school policies and procedures.
Assistant principals should familiarize themselves with the school's policies and procedures in order to effectively carry out their duties.
3. Meet with the principal to discuss the assistant principal’s role in the school.
The new assistant principal should meet with the principal to discuss their role in the school and what is expected of them.
4. Meet with department heads to become familiar with their areas of responsibility.
Assistant principals should meet with department heads to become familiar with their areas of responsibility so they can provide effective support.
5. Plan and lead staff meetings.
Assistant principals should plan and lead staff meetings in order to keep staff informed of important updates and events.
6. Supervise teachers and students.
Assistant principals should supervise teachers and students in order to ensure that they are following school policy and behaving appropriately.
7. Evaluate teacher performance.
Assistant principals should evaluate teacher performance in order to provide feedback and make recommendations for improvement.
8. Coordinate standardized testing activities.
Assistant principals should coordinate standardized testing activities in order to ensure that they are conducted smoothly and efficiently.
9. Oversee student discipline procedures.
Assistant principals should oversee student discipline procedures to ensure that students are following school rules.
10. Manage budget and financial resources for the school.
Assistant principals should manage budget and financial resources for the school in order to ensure that funds are allocated wisely