The mission of the Southeast Delco School District is to nurture, educate, and challenge students to become lifelong learners possessing knowledge, compassion, and a desire to serve the global community.
The office of the Assistant Superintendent seeks to support the organization's mission by working to align the instructional programming at all schools throughout the district. This process includes evaluating educational programs, selecting and placing staff, and developing budgets which reflect instructional practice and data-driven decisions. All decision making will revolve around best practices and the impact they have upon student achievement.
The main responsibilities for the office of the Assistant Superintendent are twofold. The first is to work directly with building administration to achieve instructional and safety/security goals. The second is managing the grants that are funded at both the state and federal levels. These grants fund instructional programs, professional development, and other services that support the goals of the district.
Partnerships with the community and outside agencies will be necessary to ensure that the district continues to support its students to meet the needs of a global economy in the 21st century.