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Waiver of Principal Evaluation Assessment

The following is an example of language that has previously been used when state board has considered principal evaluation assessment waivers.

Education Code section 44663(b): In the case of a certificated noninstructional employee, who is employed on a 12-month basis, the evaluation and assessment made pursuant to this article shall be reduced to writing and a copy thereof shall be transmitted to the certificated employee no later than June 30 of the year in which the evaluation and assessment is made. A certificated noninstructional employee, who is employed on a 12-month basis shall have the right to initiate a written reaction or response to the evaluation. This response shall become a permanent attachment to the employee's personnel file. Before July 30 of the year in which the evaluation and assessment takes place, a meeting shall be held between the certificated employee and the evaluator to discuss the evaluation and assessment.

The strike-outs at, "...no later than June 30 of the year in which the evaluation and assessment is made..." and "...July 30 of the year in which...", indicate the exact language being waived but is still valid.

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