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  • 1. Superintendent Performance Evaluation 2012-2013 School Year EVALUATION OF SUPERINTENDENT: GOAL SETTING AND ACHIEVEMENT Strong Instructional Leadership Score Score Avg. Support teacher development and distributed leadership through embedded instructional coaching. Build leadership capacity of instructional coaches through monthly professional development and support sessions. Continue to build distributed leadership with identified teacher leaders in literacy, English Language Development and math leading district-wide grade-alike sessions and site-based professional development. Deepen our collaborative culture within the Instructional Leadership Team by distributing leadership and involving principals in decision-making around district practices through monthly Program Planning Meetings. a. Effectively implement a “best practices” kindergarten program that meets the needs of transitional and kindergarten students by providing professional development centered on supporting student learning through differentiation. a. Prepare 7th and 8th grade teachers to implement Standards Based Grading (SBG) in 2013-14. Distribute leadership to principals and teacher leaders via a training of trainers who will lead monthly professional learning sessions and support the SBG pilot of three students. a. Mark Rate: N/A= Did not observe 0 = Unsatisfactory 1 = Needs to Improve 2 = Met expectations 3 = Exceeded expectations 4= Outstanding 1
  • 2. Superintendent Performance Evaluation 2012-2013 School Year EVALUATION OF SUPERINTENDENT: GOAL SETTING AND ACHIEVEMENT Score Score Avg. Explore possible means to provide additional administrative support to elementary schools with an enrollment over 800 students. (Subject to budget considerations) Climate of High Expectations Deepen site implementation of professional learning communities through ongoing training, collaboration around successful practices and coaching. a. Develop the expertise in district and site teacher leaders to support the implementation of the CA Common Core State Standards in language arts and mathematics. a. Implement a Program Improvement Plan that ensures academic achievement of and a high quality educational experience for Columbia Middle School students. a. Frequent Monitoring of Student Progress Refine the implementation of the OARS Data Systems for district benchmark assessments through identified Technology Partners (teacher leaders) who train and support staff. Collaborate with principals and teacher leadership teams around Frequent Monitoring of Student Progress to evaluate the frequency, quantity, and quality of assessments to ensure that each assessment supports and guides instruction and to deepen buy-in and understanding of the student assessment program. Mark Rate: N/A= Did not observe 0 = Unsatisfactory 1 = Needs to Improve 2 = Met expectations 3 = Exceeded expectations 4= Outstanding 2
  • 3. Superintendent Performance Evaluation 2012-2013 School Year EVALUATION OF SUPERINTENDENT: GOAL SETTING AND ACHIEVEMENT Score Score Avg. Meet with each principal three times during 2012-2013 to review the school’s student achievement data on district assessments (Continuation of 2011-2012 goal). Opportunity to Learn & Time on Task Formalize and increase the visibility of our blended learning programs and investigate the feasibility of creating an alternate program of choice within a selected Sunnyvale school site to increase student learning and create a model of best practices. Increase student access to digital curriculum through use of mobile and portable devices. a. Deepen our implementation of Response to Instruction (RtI) through the use of differentiated protocols and procedures. Study the feasibility of offering a middle school pathway for Fairwood Explorer students. The study will consider and address issues of: program and curriculum, facilities, budget, enrollment, staffing and timeline. Safe and Orderly Environment Mark Rate: N/A= Did not observe 0 = Unsatisfactory 1 = Needs to Improve 2 = Met expectations 3 = Exceeded expectations 4= Outstanding 3
  • 4. Superintendent Performance Evaluation 2012-2013 School Year EVALUATION OF SUPERINTENDENT: GOAL SETTING AND ACHIEVEMENT Score Score Avg. Identify and pilot age appropriate lessons on cyber responsibility through our teacher leadership team. Continue to implement the recommendations and plans for alternatives to student suspension/expulsion and student attendance review board processes as developed during 2011-2012. (Continuation of 2011-2012 goal) Continue with ongoing training and support necessary to deeply implement and sustain the Positive Behavior Intervention and Support program district wide. (Continuation of 2011-2012 goal) Utilize the Project Cornerstone framework and support activities for building Developmental Assets in students. Positive Home School Relations Conduct a stakeholders Lyceum the purpose of which is to continue to inform, clarify, reinvigorate, and refine district objectives and practices supporting and implementing the Seven Correlates of Effective Schools. Partner with Parent Institute for Quality Education (PIQE) to conduct parent education classes at selected schools. (Positive Home School Relations (Continuation of 2011-2012 goal) Clear and Focused Mission Conduct a survey of community members, parents, and staff to assess attitudes and beliefs about the overall effectiveness and performance of Sunnyvale School District within the context of the Correlates of Effective Mark Rate: N/A= Did not observe 0 = Unsatisfactory 1 = Needs to Improve 2 = Met expectations 3 = Exceeded expectations 4= Outstanding 4
  • 5. Superintendent Performance Evaluation 2012-2013 School Year EVALUATION OF SUPERINTENDENT: GOAL SETTING AND ACHIEVEMENT Score Score Avg. Schools. Increase communication with stakeholders through topical and timely presentations at school staff and involvement at parent and community meetings. Establish a volunteer program to provide an opportunity for Sunnyvale School District Office employees to improve an elementary student’s reading skills through one-to-one weekly tutoring of one hour per week through the Reading Partners Program. Administrative Duties Represent the interests of Sunnyvale School District and Fremont Union High School District on the Redevelopment Agency Dissolution Oversight Board during 2012-2013. Monitor and assess district budget forecasts, based on local and state information, November election results, district spending patterns and reserve balances, and provide recommendations to the Board of Education related to district programs and services and any budget actions that maybe required. (Continuation of 20112012 goal) Review the Measure P Bond Program during a Board of Education study session Evaluation of Superintendent – Overall Mark Rate: N/A= Did not observe 0 = Unsatisfactory 1 = Needs to Improve 2 = Met expectations 3 = Exceeded expectations 4= Outstanding 5
  • 6. Superintendent Performance Evaluation 2012-2013 School Year Score EVALUATION OF SUPERINTENDENT: GOAL SETTING AND ACHIEVEMENT Score Avg. Governance Board Relations Keeps the board informed about issues, needs, and operations of the school system. Offers professional advice to the board on items requiring board action, with appropriate recommendations based on thorough study and analysis. Interprets and executes the intent of board policy. Seeks and accepts constructive criticism of his work. Participates in board development as a member of the team as appropriate. Total Average Comments regarding the Superintendent’s Governance Board relations: District Management Skills Holds top administration accountable. Delegates authority to staff members appropriate to the position each holds. Plans his own time so that matters of greatest importance are dealt with thoroughly. Has organized staff so that appropriate decision-making may take place at various levels as contrasted with most decisions being made at the superintendent's level. Mark Rate: N/A= Did not observe 0 = Unsatisfactory 1 = Needs to Improve 2 = Met expectations 3 = Exceeded expectations 4= Outstanding 6
  • 7. Superintendent Performance Evaluation 2012-2013 School Year Score EVALUATION OF SUPERINTENDENT: GOAL SETTING AND ACHIEVEMENT Score Avg. Periodically reviews and reorganizes staff duties and/or responsibilities to take full advantage of the staff's special competencies and interests. Has developed a system that assures that all significant activities or duties are performed regularly or administered promptly. Encourages professional growth and leadership opportunities among employees. Total Average Comments regarding the Superintendent’s District management skills: Public/Community Building Has gained the respect and support of the community on the functioning of the district's operation. Solicits and gives attention to all groups and individuals. Develops friendly and cooperative relationships with news media. Participates actively in community life and affairs. Achieves status as a community leader in public education. Works effectively with public and private organizations. Is visible at school sites and community events. Total Average: Comments regarding the Superintendent’s Public/Community Building skills: Mark Rate: N/A= Did not observe 0 = Unsatisfactory 1 = Needs to Improve 2 = Met expectations 3 = Exceeded expectations 4= Outstanding 7
  • 8. Superintendent Performance Evaluation 2012-2013 School Year Score EVALUATION OF SUPERINTENDENT: GOAL SETTING AND ACHIEVEMENT Score Avg. Human Resource Management Develops and executes sound personnel procedures and policies. Establishes and maintains positive staff relations. Models behavior expected from employees. Recruits and assigns the best personnel in terms of their competencies. Encourages participation of appropriate staff members and groups in planning, procedures, and policy interpretation. Evaluates performance of staff members, giving commendation for good work as well as constructive suggestion for improvement. Takes an active role in development of salary schedules for all personnel, and recommends to the board the levels which, within budget limitations, will best serve the interests of the district. Total Average: Comments regarding the Superintendent’s human resource management: Mark Rate: N/A= Did not observe 0 = Unsatisfactory 1 = Needs to Improve 2 = Met expectations 3 = Exceeded expectations 4= Outstanding 8
  • 9. Superintendent Performance Evaluation 2012-2013 School Year Score EVALUATION OF SUPERINTENDENT: GOAL SETTING AND ACHIEVEMENT Score Avg. Superintendent as the Instruction/Curriculum Leader Understands and keeps informed regarding all aspects of the instructional program. Implements the district's philosophy of education. Participates with staff, board, and community in studying and developing curriculum improvement. Inspires others to the highest professional standards. Works to make students the number one priority. Total Average: Comments regarding the Superintendent as the Instruction/Curriculum Leader: Superintendent as the Fiscal/Facilities Leader Is proactive in planning new facilities and programs for increased enrollment. Keeps informed on the needs of the school program - plant, facilities, equipment, and supplies. Provides direction for all operations, insisting on competent and efficient performance. Determines that funds are spent wisely and adequate control and accounting are maintained. Evaluates financial needs and makes recommendations for adequate financing. Assures that all business decisions are based on what is best for students. Provides adequate support to the Board for long range and short range planning. Mark Rate: N/A= Did not observe 0 = Unsatisfactory 1 = Needs to Improve 2 = Met expectations 3 = Exceeded expectations 4= Outstanding 9
  • 10. Superintendent Performance Evaluation 2012-2013 School Year Score EVALUATION OF SUPERINTENDENT: GOAL SETTING AND ACHIEVEMENT Score Avg. The strategic planning is comprehensive and meets the needs of the district. Total Average Comments regarding the Superintendent as the Fiscal/Facilities Leader: Superintendent as the Community’s Education Leader Defends principles and convictions in support of students in the face of pressure and partisan influence. Maintains high standards of ethics, honesty, and integrity in all personal and professional matters. Earns respect and standing among professional colleagues. Demonstrates ability to work well with individuals and groups. Exercises good judgment and the democratic processes in arriving at decisions. Possesses and maintains the health and energy necessary to meet the responsibilities of the position. Maintains poise and emotional stability in the full range of professional activities. Communicates effectively, expressing ideas in a logical and forthright manner. Thinks well when faced with an unexpected or disturbing turn of events in a large group meeting. Maintains professional development by reading, course work, conference attendance, works on professional committees, visiting other districts and meeting with other superintendents. Total Average Mark Rate: N/A= Did not observe 0 = Unsatisfactory 1 = Needs to Improve 2 = Met expectations 3 = Exceeded expectations 4= Outstanding 10
  • 11. Superintendent Performance Evaluation 2012-2013 School Year EVALUATION OF SUPERINTENDENT: GOAL SETTING AND ACHIEVEMENT Score Score Avg. Comments regarding the Superintendent as the Community’s Education Leader: Mark Rate: N/A= Did not observe 0 = Unsatisfactory 1 = Needs to Improve 2 = Met expectations 3 = Exceeded expectations 4= Outstanding 11