High School Principal
About Monona Grove School District Monona Grove School District (MGSD) is a dynamic school system serving students and families who reside in the communities of Monona and Cottage Grove, Wisconsin, just outside of Madison. Serving over 3,400 students grades 4K through 12, MGSD has a mission to enhance achievement for all students by cultivating a desire for learning and instilling social responsibility. The district has developed a five-year strategic plan that guides its mission, and this includes a steadfast commitment to guaranteeing equitable opportunity, access and outcomes. To do this, the district has a stated goal and expectation that staff recognize and effectively respond to personal, implicit and systemic biases and barriers that limit access and opportunities in order to ensure an equitable learning environment and school community for all students and families. About the Principal Position at Monona Grove High School Monona Grove High School (MGHS) is the only high school in the district. The school sits in a building built recently in 1999 and serves a student population of about 1,000 students represented by various ethnicities: 83% Caucasian, 4% African American, 6% Hispanic, 3% Asian and 4% two or more races. Approximately 8% of our students are identified as having a disability and 19% are economically disadvantaged. Over 90% of our students earn a high school diploma and approximately 80% enroll in 2- or 4-year colleges. MGHS has a staff of 75 teachers, 2 Associate Principals, 1 Associate Principal/Activities Director, and 1 Principal. Most class sizes range from 22 to 26 students. Essential Role Responsibilities Continuous improvement has been a hallmark at MGSD and the district is committed to ensuring exemplary leadership at every one of its schools. To ensure that each student succeeds academically, the principal of MGHS must focus tenaciously on leading a positive and engaged school culture focused on achieving the district's five focus areas: high quality teaching and learning, equitable opportunity, access and outcomes, highly effective diverse personnel, engaged community, and financial sustainability and efficiency. The Principal's responsibilities will include, but not be limited to, the following: L
About Monona Grove School District Monona Grove School District (MGSD) is a dynamic school system serving students and families who reside in the communities of Monona and Cottage Grove, Wisconsin, just outside of Madison. Serving over 3,400 students grades 4K through 12, MGSD has a mission to enhance achievement for all students by cultivating a desire for learning and instilling social responsibility. The district has developed a five-year strategic plan that guides its mission, and this includes a steadfast commitment to guaranteeing equitable opportunity, access and outcomes. To do this, the district has a stated goal and expectation that staff recognize and effectively respond to personal, implicit and systemic biases and barriers that limit access and opportunities in order to ensure an equitable learning environment and school community for all students and families. About the Principal Position at Monona Grove High School Monona Grove High School (MGHS) is the only high school in the district. The school sits in a building built recently in 1999 and serves a student population of about 1,000 students represented by various ethnicities: 83% Caucasian, 4% African American, 6% Hispanic, 3% Asian and 4% two or more races. Approximately 8% of our students are identified as having a disability and 19% are economically disadvantaged. Over 90% of our students earn a high school diploma and approximately 80% enroll in 2- or 4-year colleges. MGHS has a staff of 75 teachers, 2 Associate Principals, 1 Associate Principal/Activities Director, and 1 Principal. Most class sizes range from 22 to 26 students. Essential Role Responsibilities Continuous improvement has been a hallmark at MGSD and the district is committed to ensuring exemplary leadership at every one of its schools. To ensure that each student succeeds academically, the principal of MGHS must focus tenaciously on leading a positive and engaged school culture focused on achieving the district's five focus areas: high quality teaching and learning, equitable opportunity, access and outcomes, highly effective diverse personnel, engaged community, and financial sustainability and efficiency. The Principal's responsibilities will include, but not be limited to, the following: L