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AAV of Sample Student Evaluation for SBE Meeting

This is an Accessible Alternative Version of the Sample Student Evaluation found on page 204 of Attachment 3 of Item 18 of the California State Board of Education November Meeting Agenda.

Sample Superintendent Evaluation

Name: _________

Date: __________

Please read columns and indicators, check appropriate boxes. Mark the number along the continuum with an X above the column that best identifies where you believe your district superintendent performs in each area.

Leadership -- how well does the superintendent approach, guide, review and refine the art of leadership (Baldridge

Rating 1 Rating 2 Rating 3 Rating 4 Rating 5 Rating 6

Occupied with routine matters of budget and facilities, etc.

Rarely seeks new information

Lack of vision, systems perspective, deployment skills, agility

Handles routine matters

Expressed concern for poor students achievement

Seldom engages in dialogue with colleagues or stakeholders to ascertain needs

Fails to enlist partners

Enlists support personnel to assist with routine tasks

Attempts to stay current by attending seminars, conferences, legislative fly-ins, reading journals, etc.

Conducts routine meetings with some staff and stakeholders

Seeks means of additional revenue for the purpose of expanding projects, programs for student achievement

Proactively researches trends in educational leadership, incorporates many ideas into plans

Organizational activity is learning-centered

Innovative and obtains additional revenue

Applies current research and best strategies in moving all stakeholders through improvement process

Realizes future needs with agility

Shares knowledge, information, data, and resources consistently

Recipient of grant foundation and funding

Consistently articulates visionary leadership and district mission which is clear to all stakeholders

Strategic planning is systematic and ongoing with stakeholder input

Acknowledges supports, values, and celebrates stakeholder involvement

Possesses a keen focuse on the future for results

Expands the system beyond the primary organization

Conducts and annual self-assessment

Indicators all of which must be present for Level 6:
  • Current job descriptions are developed with and for employees for role clarification (date of creation or modification is evident)
  • District calendar reflects meeting dates with stakeholder groups
  • School board minutes demonstrate sustained vision through budget preparation, program implementation, stakeholder participation
  • Awards / plaques / trophies are received for outstanding achievement
  • Samples of communication (newsletters, narrative from radio spots, fliers) are archived and retrievable
  • Past and present grant application are recipient notifications are on file
  • Travel logs / attendance sheets are maintained, indicating attendance at local, state, national workshops, conferences, professional associations with information summarized as to merit of experience and how it will benefit the district
  • Frequent Executive summary document progress and are received by all stakeholders
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Last Reviewed: Wednesday, October 11, 2017