Things to do:  Read Handbook for Principal's

     1.  Send pre-session schedule to teachers before they arrive on contract

     2.  Finalize and prepare registration documents and schedule cleaning of school prior to registration (See Teacher Resources Page)

     3.  Meet with School Board Chair to set agenda for September Board Meeting - School Board Manual

     4.  Get all potential volunteers to complete Adventist Volunteer Screening (This will be approved at next school board)

     5.  Collect class schedule analysis from each teacher

     6.  Populate Jupiter with new families (get student I.D. from NAD Dashboard)

     7.  Send letter to all families include:  Welcome, First Day Schedule, News, New Teacher Bio's, upcoming important dates

     8.  Keep treasurer updated on a daily basis and working with families to get financial contracts signed.

     9.  Check the playground for proper depth of mulch.  (9 to 12 inches)

    10.  Get IT support for new staff and equipment

    11.  Get list of all field trips and overnight trips prepared for upcoming board approval

    12.  Meet with Finance Committee to update the final school year budget (this is voted in the September School Board)

    13.  Meet with Home and School Leader to overview the year - Home and School Association Handbook

    14.  Review and update your emergency protocols.  Adventist Risk Management Resources

    15.  Complete the First Day Count at the end of the first day of school.  


SEPTEMBER - Due 17th

Daily Schedule Analysis

Daily Class Schedule

Jr. Academy Minute Analysis

School Emergency Drill Schedule - This needs to be approved at your September School Board Meeting then sent to Ed Dept.

School Emergency Drills Document Form

School Board Information

Student Guest List

Technology Information Form

School Board Minutes and Treasurer's Report sent

Bible Labs Planning Form

Send a copy of last spring's JUNIOR ACADEMY APPLICATION FORM with any updates noted

Fire Drill Log Google Form


Monthly Reminders:

A physical examination is required of all students entering a Michigan school for the first time.  A physical examination is recommended at grade 1, 5 and 9.

Student immunization Records need to be up-to-date.  Non-medical Immunization waivers cannot be accepted without the county health department stamp and signature of the authorizing agent completing parent/guardian immunization education.

Invite speaker for your Fall Week of Prayer.


OCTOBER - Due 17th

School Emergency Drills Document Form

Fire Drill Log Google Form 


Monthly Reminders: 

Keep school Emergency Drills Notebook up-to-date

Final Budget for Current School Year Form is due November 10

Schedule Parent-Teacher Conferences for end of 1st qtr.

Start keeping track of new inventory and deletion of old inventory. (June 10 section)


NOVEMBER - Due 17th