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Full time
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Principals' Secretary/Federal Programs Secretary
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East Allegheny School District | North Versailles, PA
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Job Description

JSHS Principals' Secretary/Federal Programs Secretary Clearances (Act 34 – PA Criminal, Act 151 – Child Abuse, Act 114 - FBI), and a TB test are required.

Our District, Employment, for the application, job posting and a list of the links for the clearances.

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About East Allegheny School District

The East Allegheny School District is committed to the belief that all children can learn and acknowledges that parents share the school's commitment to the educational success of their children. The East Allegheny School District recognizes that a child's education is a responsibility shared by the school and family and agrees that to effectively educate all students, the schools and parents must work as knowledgeable partners. We define parent and family involvement as an on-going process that assist parents and families to meet their basic obligation as their child's first educators, promotes clear two-way communications between home and school and supports parents as leaders and decision makers at all levels concerning the education of their children. To this end, parents will give input and be involved in the development of the Title I Program and will be part of the review process and efforts for program improvement. The Title I Program will collaborate with the Parent Advisory Council to promote parent involvement and will establish programs and practices to enhance parent involvement and reflects the needs of our students and families. The East Allegheny School District's Title I Parent Involvement Plan will include a student-school-parent compact, which will define clear expectations for the three stakeholders in the program and forge a partnership between parents, teachers, and children who are recipients of Title I services. The District and Title I staff in conjunction with the Parent Advisory Council will also develop strategies that will encourage the effective involvement of parents in the educational process. Some strategies may include: Parent Involvement Policy, an annual meeting of Title I parents, staff and parent training, school/parent compacts, workshops on parenting skills, surveys, and evaluations.