The Assistant Principal for Student Affairs fulfills the mission of the Catholic school by working with the Principal in the overall management of the school, faculty, staff, and students with a major emphasis on student discipline/decorum and student activities. Along with a love for learning, an appreciation for the humanities, and a liberal arts background, applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree, have teaching experience, and be in the process of pursuing a master’s degree (or enter a program as a condition for employment). This candidate should understand and be able to articulate how learning, virtue formation, school activities, and school behavior plans should correspond with the developmental stages of children. Familiarity with Forming Intentional Disciples and Making Disciples is preferred. The candidate should understand how a Catholic worldview permeates the curriculum and school activities, understand the role of the moral imagination to elementary education, and be an intentional disciple of Christ committed to providing a Gospel witness. Priority will be placed on applicants who uphold the importance of personal values, moral standards, and integrity by being a role model in the school community.