This workshop, appropriate for board members and administrators, will discuss the legal requirements associated with superintendent and treasurer evaluation, as well as strategies and best practices to align and prioritize performance objectives to district goals. The value and benefits of board self-evaluation, also aligned with stated goals and objectives, will also be discussed.
Registration and coffee
By the book: Legal and policy issues associated with evaluation
Additional benefits of conducting evaluations
Review the supervisory and guidance role of the board and how evaluation can be a key piece of board development.
The output’s only as good as the input
Learn how district vision and goal-setting affects evaluation and how to translate district goals to the superintendent, treasurer and board objectives and strategies. Also, discuss the standards associated with self-evaluations and 360-degree evaluations.
It's a process! (working lunch provided)
Review a model evaluation calendar; the process to create a rubric using district goals and standards; the roles for administrators and board members during the process; and setting specific parameters and expectations. Wrap up this section by discussing the final product and what goes in the personnel file.
Evaluating the evaluation
How did you do in your evaluations? After you’re finished, debrief the process by adjusting your process or calendar; discussing necessary training or facilitation for improvement; communicating evaluation to staff and community members; and moving forward with new strategies to meet goals.
Questions and adjourn