Superintendent & Assistant Superintendent Evaluations

West Perry School District
Evaluation of the Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent

Performance Standards

PARTNERSHIP WITH THE BOARD OF SCHOOL DIRECTORS: Under this standard, the superintendent is expected to execute duties and responsibilities related to evaluating and assessing the district's strengths and weaknesses; interpreting and executing board policies, recommending board-directed changes and improvements, and developing effective communication protocols to keep the board well informed on system-wide challenges.

EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP: Under this standard, the superintendent is expected to develop the leadership capacity of the administrative team through a goal-oriented process; promote a safe and respectful school climate; ensure the integrity of a performance evaluation system for all staff; and align educational resources to create an academically robust learning environment, consistent with the mission of the district and respecting appropriate financial limitations.

BUSINESS, FINANCIAL AND HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: Under this standard, the superintendent is expected to oversee all fiscal processes and protocols as outlined in district policy and procedures; ensure all HR functions are executed consistent with district policy and procedures; and coordinate the monitoring of the physical plant that ensures appropriate compliance with regulations, and a healthy environment for students, staff and visitors.

STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT: Under this standard, the superintendent is expected to develop communication processes that connect the district's initiatives with the work of staff, the interests of students and families, and the missions of local agencies, through planned visitations and outreach efforts that are communicated to the board and measured for effectiveness.

In accordance with PA School Code, the Board of Directors is required to post  specific information relative the evaluation of the Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent, including the date of the evaluation and a statement of whether or not the Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent met the performance expectations of the Board.

 Relative to the Superintendent, the Board completed its evaluation process on May 15, 2018. The performance of the Superintendent for the 2017-2018 school year did not meet the expectations of the Board.

Relative to the Assistant Superintendent, the Board completed it evaluation process on June 22, 2018. The performance of the Assistant Superintendent for the 2017-2018 school year did meet the expectations of the Board.