Report to the Principal’s Office: Tools for Building Successful High School Administrative Leadership.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: The Ethics of the Principalship.
Chapter 2: The Educational Philosophy of the Principal.
Chapter 3: The Principalship in Practice and Praxis: From Vision to SuperVision.
Chapter 4: Mastering, Managing, and Effectively Monitoring the Tone, Climate, and Culture of the School.
Chapter 5: A “Good School” Showcases a School Culture of High Academic Achievement, in Practice and Performance.
Chapter 6: The SuperVision Required to Effectively Manage All Functional Spaces In (and Outside of) the School Building.
Chapter 7: An Effective Guidance/Counseling/Career-College Center (GC-CCC) Department.
Chapter 8: The Elements of an Effective Visual, Creative, and Performing Arts Department.
Chapter 9: The Elements of an Efficient English Language Arts (ELA) Program/Department.
Chapter 10: The Operational Structure, Function, and Philosophy of an Effective Science Department.
Chapter 11: Building an Effective High School Library/Research Center Program.
Chapter 12: A Productive Special Education Program/Department.
Chapter 13: The Effective Health and Physical Education Department.
Chapter 14: Building an Effective Foreign Language/Cultural Studies Department.
Chapter 15: The Importance of the History Department (HD).
Chapter 16: An Effective Career Technical Education (CTE) Program.
Chapter 17: The Effective High School Mathematics Department.
Chapter 18: Schoolwide Technology Program and Department.
Chapter 19: The Importance of Building Maintenance and the Custodial Services Department.
Chapter 20: High School Safety and Security Services Department.
Chapter 21: The Effective High School Health Center/Nursing Office.
Chapter 22: Building an Efficient Main Office/Administrative Staff.
Chapter 23: Cafeteria and Food Services.
Chapter 24: The Dean’s Office, In-School Suspension (ISS), and Attitude Readjustment Center (ARC).
Chapter 25: Standardized Testing Preparation and Analysis.
Chapter 26: Coordination of Student Out-of-Classroom, After-School, and Out-of-School Learning Activities.
Chapter 27: Profile of a Good and Effective Teacher.
Chapter 28: Practices of a Successful High School Student.
Chapter 29: How Principals Can Inspire Real and Meaningful Parent Involvement and Empowerment!
Chapter 30: The End and the Beginning of the School Leadership Story.
Report To The Principal’s Office: Tools for Building Successful High School Administrative Leadership. Available at:
Books A Million: https://bit.ly/2LbTeYD
Better World Books: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/40406669-report-to-the-principal-s-office