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CEHS Sophomore Class Advisor

TITLE: CEHS Sophomore Class Advisor


  1. Hold a valid State of Maine Criminal History Records Check Approval.

  2. CEHS teacher or staff member strongly preferred.

  3. An adult with strong organizational and communication skills who has demonstrated the ability to work effectively with adolescents.

REPORTS TO: Building Principal or Assistant Principal

SUPERVISES: The Sophomore Class Advisor supervises the elected sophomore class officers to organize fundraising activities and encourage participation in school spirit activities.


The goal of the Sophomore Class Advisor is to:

  1. Support the class officers in organizing and problem solving related to various fundraising events.

  2. Encourage and provide instruction to the class officers towards the development of their leadership, organizational, and problem solving skills. The advisor also works with the class officers to encourage the spirited involvement of sophomores in school events and activities. For the past several years, the sophomore class has organized the usually annual Winterfest activities. The fundraising focus sophomore year is critical in positioning the class to be in a good situation heading into junior and senior years with respect to staging costly activities such as the prom and graduation-related events.


  1. To oversee the accurate and timely deposit and expenditure of funds from the Sophomore class student activities account.

  2. To meet on a regular basis (usually at least every other week) with the class officers to help them organize activities to raise funds for the class.

  3. To coordinate the calendaring of events with the advisors to the SAC, and the Frewshman, Junior, and Senior classes.

  4. To meet occasionally with the entire class to encourage their participation in school activities and events.

  5. To coordinate the logistics (transportation, school facilities use, etc.) of class events with Community Services, custodians, and other district staff members to ensure that events happen smoothly and as designed.

  6. To communicate with the Principal concerning matters connected to the Sophomore class.

  7. Other duties as assigned by the Principal.


Twelve months per year with compensation in accordance with the fee structure of the negotiated Cape Elizabeth Education Association agreement.


The basis of the evaluation will be the extent to which the performance responsibilities of the job are successfully handled and the extent to which yearly action plans and job goals are met. The building principal or assistant principal will perform the evaluation. 


The above job description reflects the general requirements necessary to describe the principal functions or responsibilities of the job identified and shall not be interpreted as a detailed description of all work requirements that may be inherent in the job, either at present or in the future.

Approved:  November 9, 2010