Long answer: Document everything. The expression of "sh!t rolls downhill" means that when everything finally comes crashing down for your principal means that they'll try to pawn it all off on other teachers and their APs. Document, document, document. Have PROOF that it isn't your fault - or that you did it under duress.
If you try to go over your principal's head, they're going to retaliate, whether overtly (negative treatment, bad evals) or covertly (master scheduling issues). It's not worth it. It's just up to you whether or not you want to continue your career with this person. If you want to have a beer with a school board member and talk about it, that's one thing, but don't send ANYTHING through official channels. Don't create evidence that CAN and WILL be used against you.
If you do want to stay, THOROUGHLY and REGULARLY cover yourself. Every time you talk to them about ANYTHING in the hallway, and a decision is made, IMMEDIATELY email a "Pursuant to our conversation in (place) on X date, we will be doing Y activity at your direction." BCC a personal email account.
You may never need it - but bad/unethical people do illegal/unethical things. Including deleting emails from servers using superadmin rights, and then blaming you for not having permission to do things. I've seen it happen more than once in my career.
C. Y. A. And then decide whether or not a life of EXACTLY toeing the line is worth the stress and paycheck.