The Langley School, a PS-8 independent school in McLean, Virginia, seeks a Middle School Dean of Students for the 2018-19 school year. The Middle School Dean of Students works with all school constituencies in a variety of capacities. The Middle School Dean of Students will spearhead The Langley School’s leadership initiative, direct the school’s service learning program, lead the Middle School advisory program, plan and coordinate assemblies fitting with the school’s curriculum and mission, collaborate with the Resource Department and the Director of Social and Emotional Learning to support students, and oversee day-to-day issues related to behavioral management and discipline in the Middle School in cooperation with the Head of Middle School. The Middle School Dean of Students will also be responsible for helping to plan extended field trips and serve as an extra chaperone for some after school activities. The Middle School Dean of Students will also serve as a member of the Middle School faculty as an advisor, as well as teach one section of seventh-grade social studies. The Middle School Dean of Students is also as a member of the Academic Leadership Team. This is a 12-month position.
Master’s degree, at least 5 years teaching experience, excellent written and verbal communication skills, an ability to work in a face-paced environment, and a passion for working with children of all ages required.
Interested candidates may submit a cover letter and resume to:
Phil Petru Assistant Head of School The Langley School 1411 Balls Hill Road McLean, VA 22101
Or via email: email@example.com “Dean of Students” in the subject line.
No phone calls, please.
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