Mr. Brian Begley
402-715-1411 - BBegley@mpsomaha.org
Assumes responsibility for the school and educational program.
Provides for effective instructional leadership, including monitoring student performance relative to assessments, and ensuring that the written curriculum is the taught, assessed curriculum.
Provides for effective selection, induction, and continual staff development of all personnel.
Assumes leadership responsibilities for the development and improvement of staff.
Provides for effective evaluation of all personnel.
Provides leadership for positive educational change.
Communicates and promotes standards of performance.
Assists staff with the use of data to make educational improvement decisions
Budgets time to achieve balance between administrative and supervisory duties.
Identifies needed changes and improvement in school plant.
Provides sound fiscal management of building resources and programs.
Utilizes effective practices to promote desirable student conduct.
Demonstrates effective skills in problem analysis, decisionmaking, and judgment.
Demonstrates effective communication skills
Demonstrates positive interpersonal relations with students, staff, and community.
Promotes and nurtures a positive interpersonal climate in the school building.
Implements district programs, policies, and procedures.
Participates in professional growth activities.
Holds high expectations for self as evidenced by modeling positive work habits and behaviors.
Assumes responsibilities outside the school as related to school matters.
Mrs. Mary Bayne
10th Grade Students - 402-715-1369 - MBayne@mpsomaha.org
behavior including attendance and tardies-to-school for 10th grade students
Mr. Aaron BearingerAssistant Principal
11th Grade Students 402-715-1219 - email@example.com
Student behavior including attendance and tardies-to-school for 11th grade students
Mr. Casey Lundgren
12th Grade Students - - 402-715-1371 CILundgr@mpsomaha.org
Student behavior including attendance and tardies-to-school for 12th grade students
Coordinates the development of the master schedule
Coordinates all data processing activities related to student registration, record keeping and
Administrative departmental liaison and appraisal of guidance services staff
Coordinates all non-teaching assignments for teachers
Administrative departmental liaison and appraisal of assigned staff:English
Coordinates strategic and site planning
Coordinates AdvancEd monitoring and reporting
Coordinates all senior class activities including Mustang Time and
Coordinates lunch schedules/locker assignments
Coordinates 8th to 9th grade transitional activities
Mrs. Susan Marlatt
9th Grade Students - 402-715-1410 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Student behavior including attendance and tardies-to-school for 9th grade students
Coordinates and monitors Rti+I Core Committee
Coordinates after school/study center
Administrative departmental liaison and appraisal of assigned staff: Art, Business and World Languages
Coordinates staff development focusing on curriculum and instruction
Coordinates parent teacher and registration/advisement conferences
Mr. Chad Zimmerman
Athletics and Activities - 402-715-1370 - email@example.com
Coordinates all aspects of activity and athletic programs including scheduling
Administrative departmental liaison and appraisal of assigned staff: Physical Education, Music, Industrial
Tech, and Performing Arts, coaches and sponsors
Coordinates with all booster organizations
Coordinates school and community use of facilities
Assigns personnel for supervision of activities
Coordinates concession stand schedule
Publicizes and promotes school activities and athletic programs
Coordinates activity and athletics budgeting
Arranges transportation for organizations and athletic teams and coordinates all field trips
Coordinates fall orientation including student IDs and pictures
Administrative liaison with maintenance and food service staff