Fully paid Medical, Dental, Vision, and Basic Life Insurance, above and beyond the salary for the employee and eligible dependents.
Internal Number: 87
Under the direction of the Lead Innovation Agent, provides leadership, administrative, and management expertise within the Educational Services Division regarding Early Education. The Agent: Early Education, is responsible for the management, development, and oversight of professional development, technical assistance, and programmatic guidance for Preschool – Transitional Kindergarten (K-TK) early education programs and initiatives. This individual will be the lead administrator this is responsible for developing, implementing and supporting the San Bernardino County Vision2Read Initiative for countywide early literacy initiatives and programs. The Agent: Early Education is responsible for leading and developing projects, partnerships, and resources to improve access, equity, and outcomes in early literacy and other early education priorities.
Provides administrative leadership in the development and implementation of quality early education programs provided by the Rialto Unified School District for children ages birth to kindergarten.
Develops and manages funding for all child development programs and ensures all required fiscal reporting is completed within required timeframes.
Communicates with various service areas regarding programmatic and fiscal
Interviews, recommends, supervises and evaluates certificated, classified staff and apprentices.
Maintains all programs in compliance with Title 22 and Title 5
Creates a plan for the collection and analysis of assessment data from the Desired Results Development Profile for preschool which adheres to state guidelines and ensures data is used in the skillful implementation of classroom instruction and student activities.
Annually develops Parent Advisory Committee to build relationships with preschool parents and ensures their active involvement with preschool program.
Works with various district service areas to ensure classrooms and facilities are well maintained and
Collaborates with Special Services in developing Early Education programs for students receiving services.
Maintains liaison responsibilities with appropriate private and public agencies and community
Provides leadership/direction for the development, facilitation, and implementation of early education projects, identified resources, and professional learning aligned to the San Bernardino County Vision2Read initiative and P–3 outcomes and aligns projects with the Rialto Unified School District goals and objectives.
Assists and supervises the implementation of state and federal requirements for early education initiatives and mandates across the county related to early literacy programs and other identified priorities in early learning.
Directs, coordinates, organizes, prioritizes, and monitors the development and implementation of individual and district goals.
Manages, monitors, and evaluates project operations, budgets and expenditures, and staff.
Develops, maintains, and evaluates research-based, data-driven teaching and learning models that support early education and sustain student achievement for all students, particularly in the priority area of early literacy.
Provides guidance in researching, developing, implementing, and monitoring local, state, and federal grant funded projects and services in early education/early literacy.
Provides oversight and management of data for grant and /or programmatic reporting, contractual projects, and partnership communication.
Provides oversight and development of reports, presentation information, spreadsheets, newsletters, brochures, and other forms of correspondence.
Establishes and evaluates goals, priorities, processes, and systems for the effective early education programs, systems, and tools.
Collaborates with local, regional, and state representatives in the implementation and maintenance of early education related programs; (Universal Prekindergarten (UPK) and Extended Learning Opportunities (ELO).
Performs related duties as assigned.
Experience: Minimum two (2) years successful experience teaching in the early childhood age. Minimum two (2) years successful service in an administrative or supervisory position in public
Education: Master’s degree from an accredited university; valid California Teaching Credential; valid California K-12 Administrative Credential; EL authorization or equivalent. Must meet Title 22 requirements for Pre-School Director.
The mission of the Rialto Unified School District, the bridge that connects students to their aspirations for the future, is to ensure each student achieves personal and career fulfillment within a global society, through a vital system distinguished by:
•High expectations for student achievement
•Safe and engaging learning environments
•Effective family and community involvement
•Learning opportunities beyond the traditional school setting
•Appreciation of universal diversity