AFB-E

Superintendent’s Evaluation

 

 

Name:       

 

Evaluation Period:       

Please complete and return by e-mail to the Chair of the Rochester School Board

by:       

 

PERFORMANCE EVALUATION RATINGS

Ratings:

Relation To Position Requirements:

5 = ”O” = Outstanding

}  Outstanding performance marked by superior initiative and high quality of work.

4  An outstanding performance rating far exceeds the requirements and standards of the regular duties of the position.

4 = ”VG” = Very Good

4  Exceeds requirements and standards of regular duties. 

4  Very good performance indicates that the Superintendent REGULARLY  exceeds all position requirements.

3 = ”G” = Good

4  Good performance is that which meets the regular requirements of the position adequately and competently

4  Good IS NOT marginal, if performance is considered marginal, it should not be given a rating of good.

 

2 = “INOI” = In Need of  Improvement

4  In this category, performance is marginal and IS NOT MEETING the requirements of the position. 

4  Specific plans should be outlined for correcting areas of below standard performance. 

4  Deficiencies should be clearly identified and a timeline for improvement established, including follow-up evaluation(s). 

4  A superintendent in this category should be cautioned about the consequence of continued less than satisfactory work.

1 = “U” = Unsatisfactory

4  Performance, which is unsatisfactory, does not meet the requirements of the position. 

4  A superintendent in this category should be identified and counseled regarding their performance prior to being issued an unsatisfactory review as they may be denied salary increase(s) or terminated.


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I.   Board Relationship

Rating

ý only 1 box in each section

Comments:

Please cite  specific examples, events, or  issues to support the rating you give in each category

}  The Superintendent keeps all Board members informed on issues, needs, and operation of the Rochester School System.

 5 = O

 4 = VG

 3 = G

 2 = INOI

 1 = U

           

}  The Superintendent works toward creating and maintaining a high degree of understanding and respect between staff and the Board.

 

 5 = O

 4 = VG

 3 = G

 2 = INOI

 1 = U

     

}  The Superintendent understands and executes the intent of Board policy and advises the Board when new or revised policy is needed.

 5 = O

 4 = VG

 3 = G

 2 = INOI

 1 = U

     

}  The Superintendent offers professional advice to the Board on items requiring Board action, with appropriate recommendations based on thorough study and analysis.

 5 = O

 4 = VG

 3 = G

 2 = INOI

 1 = U

     

}  The Superintendent keeps the Board informed of employment, promotions, and dismissal of personnel.

 5 = O

 4 = VG

 3 = G

 2 = INOI

 1 = U

     

 


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II.   Community Relationships

Rating

ý only 1 box in each section

Comments:

Please cite  specific examples, events, or  issues to support the rating you give in each category.

 

}  The Superintendent builds public support and is an effective spokesperson for the school district.

 

 

 5 = O

 4 = VG

 3 = G

 2 = INOI

 1 = U

 

 

     

}  The Superintendent defends principles in the face of pressure or partisan influence

 5 = O

 4 = VG

 3 = G

 2 = INOI

 1 = U

 

 

     

 

 

}  The Superintendent develops cooperative relationships with the news media.

 

 5 = O

 4 = VG

 3 = G

 2 = INOI

 1 = U

 

     

}  The Superintendent works effectively and establishes strong relationships with public and private agencies

 

 5 = O

 4 = VG

 3 = G

 2 = INOI

 1 = U

 

     

 


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III  Personnel, Supervision &

       Evaluation

Rating

ý only 1 box in each section

Comments:

Please cite  specific examples, events, or  issues to support the rating you give in each category.

}  The Superintendent treats all personnel fairly, without favoritism or discrimination.

 5 = O

 4 = VG

 3 = G

 2 = INOI

 1 = U

     

}  The Superintendent delegates authority to staff members appropriate to the position each holds.

 5 = O

 4 = VG

 3 = G

 2 = INOI

 1 = U

     

}  The Superintendent recruits and assigns the best available personnel.

 5 = O

 4 = VG

 3 = G

 2 = INOI

 1 = U

     

}  The Superintendent represents the best interests of the Board in working with teachers and their organizations

 5 = O

 4 = VG

 3 = G

 2 = INOI

 1 = U

     

}  The Superintendent develops and empowers staff, and solicits input from them in planning activities, resulting in an effective educational team.

 5 = O

 4 = VG

 3 = G

 2 = INOI

 1 = U

     

}  The Superintendent has a vision and communicates a mission for the school system.

 5 = O

 4 = VG

 3 = G

 2 = INOI

 1 = U

     

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IV.   Educational Leadership

Rating

ý only 1 box in each section

Comments:

Please cite  specific examples, events, or  issues to support the rating you give in each category.

 

}  The Superintendent participates with staff, Board, and community in studying, problem solving, and developing curriculum and instruction improvements.

 

 5 = O

 4 = VG

 3 = G

 2 = INOI

 1 = U

 

     

 

}  The Superintendent maintains a comprehensive program of staff evaluation and improvement.

 

 

 

 

 5 = O

 4 = VG

 3 = G

 2 = INOI

 1 = U

 

     

 

}  The Superintendent models the highest professional standards to staff and community.

 

 

 

 

 5 = O

 4 = VG

 3 = G

 2 = INOI

 1 = U

 

     

 

}  The Superintendent creates an environment that consistently encourages staff to strive for improvement and encourages them to be innovative in problem solving.

 

 

 

 

 5 = O

 4 = VG

 3 = G

 2 = INOI

 1 = U

 

     

 


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V.   Business and Finance

Rating

ý only 1 box in each section

Comments:

Please cite  specific examples, events, or  issues to support the rating you give in each category.

 

}  The Superintendent has an understanding of the needs of the school program, facilities, equipment, supplies, and the budget required.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 5 = O

 4 = VG

 3 = G

 2 = INOI

 1 = U

 

     

 

4  The Superintendent supervises operations, insisting on competent and efficient performance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 5 = O

 4 = VG

 3 = G

 2 = INOI

 1 = U

 

     

 

4  The Superintendent ensures that funds are spent wisely, and adequate control and accounting are maintained.

 

 

 

 

 

 5 = O

 4 = VG

 3 = G

 2 = INOI

 1 = U

 

     

 


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VI.   Strategic Planning

Rating

ý only 1 box in each section

Comments:

Please cite  specific examples, events, or  issues to support the rating you give in each category.

 

4  The Superintendent works effectively with the Board, staff, and community to develop both long and short-range strategic plans.

 

 

 

 

 

 

5 = O

4 = VG

3 = G

2 = INOI

1 = U

 

     

 

4  The Superintendent keeps Board and community informed of progress toward short and long-range plans.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5 = O

4 = VG

3 = G

2 = INOI

1 = U

 

     

 

4  The Superintendent develops a Five Year Plan that includes strategies, goals, and projected student outcomes.

 

 

 

 

5 = O

4 = VG

3 = G

2 = INOI

1 = U

 

     

 


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VII.   Superintendent’s Current
          Goal(s)

Rating

ý only 1 box in each section

Comments:

Please cite  specific examples, events, or  issues to support the rating you give in each category.

 

4   

 

 

 

5 = O

4 = VG

3 = G

2 = INOI

1 = U

 

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5 = O

4 = VG

3 = G

2 = INOI

1 = U

 

     

 

}   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5 = O

4 = VG

3 = G

2 = INOI

1 = U

 

     

 


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Any additional comments and/or suggestions that you may have for the Superintendent:

 

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Name of Board Member                                          Ward #                          Date Completed

 

 

Adoption Date:           April 8, 1993

Amended:                   March 8, 2007

 

Reviewed/Amended:   February 21, 2008

Board First Reading:    March 13, 2008

Amended:                   May 8, 2008