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    •     Board/Superintendent  Relations                                        I.                  Role  of  the  Board  vs.  Role  of  the  Superintendent       •  Creating  policy         •  Management  of  the  District           II. Formal  Communication   •  Board  Protocols   •  Weekly  Update   •  Superintendent  Evaluation   •  Board  Self-­‐Evaluation   •  Closed  Session   •  Board  Workshops  /  Study  Sessions                •  Conferences     III. Informal  Communication   •  Phone  Calls,  Texts,  Emails   •  Social  Gatherings   •  Individual  Meetings                    IV.                Your  Relationship  with  the  Board  and  with  Individual  Members   •  Equal  Treatment  of  All   •  Working  with  the  Board  President   •  What  to  Do  When  a  Board  Member  Has  Behaved  Badly     •  How  to  (Not)  Talk  About  Your  Board                      V.                Board  Member  Transition   •  Educating  Board  Candidates  and  Newly  Elected  Members   •  Endorsement  of  Board  Candidates                    VI.                    Core  Values   •  Who  are  you  as  a  leader?                                              Leadership  is  practiced  not  so  much  in  words  as  in  attitude  and  action.                                                      -­‐Harold  S.  Ganeen