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  • Step 7: Meeting Between Principal/Assistant Principal and Superintendent/DesigneeThe principal/assistant principal and superintendent/designee will meet at the school to discuss progress in completing the evaluation process. They will discuss the self-assessment, consolidated assessment, and summary/end-of-year evaluation of the principal/assistant principal, which the superintendent/designee prepared in advance of the meeting. Should additional data or artifacts need to be brought into the discussion; the principal/assistant principal will have them readily available to share at that time. At this meeting, the principal/assistant principal and superintendent/designee will agree upon the next year’s performance goals.
  • Step 1: OrientationAt the beginning of the school year, the superintendent/designee will conduct a group orientation with all of the district principals and assistant principals. At this orientation, each principal and assistant principal will be provided a complete set of materials outlining the evaluation process.
  • Step 2: Pre-Evaluation Planning/Preparation for Initial MeetingPrincipals and assistant principals will complete a self-assessment using the Rubric for Evaluating North Carolina Principals/Assistant Principals. (pp. 22–32) This self-assessment will serve as the basis for goal development, which should be completed prior to Step 3.
  • Step 3: Initial Meeting Between Principal/Assistant Principal and Superintendent/DesigneePrincipals/assistant principals will meet individually with the district superintendent/designee who has been delegated the responsibility to discuss the results of the self-evaluation, goal development, and the evidence and data to be gathered for the evaluation process. The principal/assistant principal and superintendent/designee will agree on the data, evidence, and artifacts necessary to complete the evaluation process and confirm the principal’s/assistant principal’s level of performance.
  • Step 4: Data CollectionThe principal/assistant principal will collect the data agreed upon in Step 3. These data may include the artifacts listed for each standard on the rubric; feedback from parents, students, and the school community; documentation of professional development completed during the year; and other data to document achievement of performance goals. The district superintendent/designee will visit the school during this period in order to observe the environment and interact with teachers and other members of the school community. 
  • Step 5: Mid-Year Evaluation Between Principal/Assistant Principal and Superintendent/Designee Principals/assistant principals will meet individually with the district superintendent or a designee who has been delegated the responsibility to discuss the principal’s/assistant principal’s progress toward achieving his or her annual goals. This mid-year discussion will focus on the status of goal attainment and mid-year adjustments to action plans that must be made in order to achieve goals by the end of the school year. By mid-year, school-wide student growth data should be available for review.
  • Step 6: Prepare a Consolidated Performance AssessmentThe principal/assistant principal will synthesize the information obtained under Steps 4 and 5 in order to prepare a consolidated assessment or comprehensive view of performance throughout the year. This brief summary of the data and artifacts used to judge performance should be provided to the superintendent/designee well in advance of the performance discussion at which final performance levels will be discussed.
  • Step 7: Meeting Between Principal/Assistant Principal and Superintendent/DesigneeThe principal/assistant principal and superintendent/designee will meet at the school to discuss progress in completing the evaluation process. They will discuss the self-assessment, consolidated assessment, and summary/end-of-year evaluation of the principal/assistant principal, which the superintendent/designee prepared in advance of the meeting. Should additional data or artifacts need to be brought into the discussion; the principal/assistant principal will have them readily available to share at that time. At this meeting, the principal/assistant principal and superintendent/designee will agree upon the next year’s performance goals.
  • Principal evaluation process

    1. 1. Principal Evaluation Process Overview
    2. 2. Principal Evaluation ProcessStep Orientation •Meeting to distribute materials outlining the evaluation process Red- Required 1 Document Green- Optional FormsStep Pre-Evaluation Planning Black- Required •Self Assessment- Required Document 2 •Performance Goals (PG) Process The NC P/AP Goal Form is an optional form, however highly recommended.Step Initial Meeting •Meeting to discuss 1. Self Assessment 2. Goal Development 3. Evidence and Data/ Artifacts 3 •Principal/AP and Superintendent/ designee agree on components of meeting and confirm level of performance.Step Data Collection The Principal/Assistant Principal Evaluation •Principal collects data agreed upon as evidence to support 4 goals Process Documentation is an optional form used to •Superintendent/designee visit document site visits and Conf. datesStep Mid-Year Conference The Mid-Year Evaluation: Progress Toward •Meeting to discuss progress of goal attainment. 5 •School-wide student growth data should be available for Achieving Goals form is an optional form used , by the review. evaluator,Step Prepare a Consolidated Performance Assessment Obtained under Steps 4 and 5 to document progress. The Goal Setting Worksheet is an • Brief summary of Steps 4 and 5 6 •Should be provided to the superintendent/ designee well in advance of optional form to identify professional growth Step 7 goals Summary Evaluation Conference based on data gathered from artifactsStep and 7 •Meeting at the school site to discuss: 1. Self Assessment –Required Document other sources. 2. Consolidated Performance Assessment (agree upon progress towards performance goals for the year) 3. Summary Evaluation Form -Required Document
    3. 3. Principal Evaluation ProcessStep Orientation •Meeting to distribute materials outlining the evaluation process Red- Required 1 Document Green- Optional Forms Black- Required ProcessAt the Beginning of the SchoolYear
    4. 4. Principal Evaluation ProcessStep Orientation •Meeting to distribute materials outlining the evaluation process Red- Required 1 Document Green- Optional FormsStep Pre-Evaluation Planning Black- Required 2 •Self Assessment- Required Document Process •Performance Goals The NC P/AP Goal Form is an optional form, however highly recommended. Should be completed before Initial Meeting
    5. 5. Principal Evaluation ProcessStep Orientation •Meeting to distribute materials outlining the evaluation process Red- Required 1 Document Green- Optional FormsStep Pre-Evaluation Planning Black- Required 2 •Self Assessment- Required Document Process •Performance Goals (PG) The NC P/AP Goal Form is an optional form, however highly recommended.Step Initial Meeting •Meeting to discuss 1. Self Assessment 2. Goal Development 3. Evidence and Data/ Artifacts 3 •Principal/AP and Superintendent/designee agree on components of meeting and confirm level of performance.1 to 1 Meeting to DiscussEvaluation
    6. 6. Principal Evaluation ProcessStep Orientation •Meeting to distribute materials outlining the evaluation process Red- Required 1 Document Green- Optional FormsStep Pre-Evaluation Planning Black- Required 2 •Self Assessment- Required Document Process •Performance Goals (PG) The NC P/AP Goal Form is an optional form, however highly recommended.Step Initial Meeting •Meeting to discuss 1. Self Assessment 2. Goal Development 3. Evidence and Data/ Artifacts 3 •Principal/AP and Superintendent/ designee agree on components of meeting and confirm level of performance.Step Data Collection The Principal/Assistant Principal Evaluation •Principal collects data agreed upon as evidence to support 4 goals Process Documentation is an optional form used to •Superintendent/designee visit document site visits and Conf. dates•Artifacts listed for each standard on therubric•Feedback from parents, students, andcommunity
    7. 7. Principal Evaluation ProcessStep Orientation •Meeting to distribute materials outlining the evaluation process Red- Required 1 Document Green- Optional FormsStep Pre-Evaluation Planning Black- Required 2 •Self Assessment- Required Document Process •Performance Goals (PPG) The NC P/AP Goal Form is an optional form, however highly recommended.Step Initial Meeting •Meeting to discuss 1. Self Assessment 2. Goal Development 3. Evidence and Data/ Artifacts 3 •Principal/AP and Superintendent/ designee agree on components of meeting and confirm level of performance.Step Data Collection The Principal/Assistant Principal Evaluation •Principal collects data agreed upon as evidence to support 4 goals Process Documentation is an optional form used to •Superintendent/designee visit document site visits and Conf. datesStep Mid-Year Conference The Mid-Year Evaluation: Progress Toward •Meeting to discuss progress of goal attainment. 5 •School-wide student growth data should be available for Achieving Goals form is an optional form used , by the review. evaluator, to document progress.What Adjustments need to bemade?
    8. 8. Principal Evaluation ProcessStep Orientation •Meeting to distribute materials outlining the evaluation process Red- Required 1 Document Green- Optional FormsStep Pre-Evaluation Planning Black- Required •Self Assessment- Required Document 2 •Performance Goals (PG) Process The NC P/AP Goal Form is an optional form, however highly recommended.Step Initial Meeting •Meeting to discuss 1. Self Assessment 2. Goal Development 3. Evidence and Data/ Artifacts 3 •Principal/AP and Superintendent/ designee agree on components of meeting and confirm level of performance.Step Data Collection The Principal/Assistant Principal Evaluation •Principal collects data agreed upon as evidence to support 4 goals Process Documentation is an optional form used to •Superintendent/designee visit document site visits and Conf. datesStep Mid-Year Conference The Mid-Year Evaluation: Progress Toward •Meeting to discuss progress of goal attainment. 5 •School-wide student growth data should be available for Achieving Goals form is an optional form used , by the review. evaluator, Prepare a Consolidated Performance Assessment to document progress.Step Obtained under Steps 4 and 5 6 • Brief summary of Steps 4 and 5 The Goal Setting Worksheet is an •Should be provided to the superintendent/designee well in advance of optional Step 7 Form to identify professional growth goals Based on data gathered from artifacts End Of Year and Other sources.
    9. 9. Principal Evaluation ProcessStep Orientation •Meeting to distribute materials outlining the evaluation process Red- Required 1 Document Green- Optional FormsStep Pre-Evaluation Planning Black- Required •Self Assessment- Required Document 2 •Performance Goals (PG) Process The NC P/AP Goal Form is an optional form, however highly recommended.Step Initial Meeting •Meeting to discuss 1. Self Assessment 2. Goal Development 3. Evidence and Data/ Artifacts 3 •Principal/AP and Superintendent/ designee agree on components of meeting and confirm level of performance.Step Data Collection The Principal/Assistant Principal Evaluation •Principal collects data agreed upon as evidence to support 4 goals Process Documentation is an optional form used to •Superintendent/designee visit document site visits and Conf. datesStep Mid-Year Conference The Mid-Year Evaluation: Progress Toward •Meeting to discuss progress of goal attainment. 5 •School-wide student growth data should be available for Achieving Goals form is an optional form used , by the review. evaluator,Step Prepare a Consolidated Performance Assessment Obtained under Steps 4 and 5 to document progress. The Goal Setting Worksheet is an • Brief summary of Steps 4 and 5 6 •Should be provided to the superintendent/ designee well in advance of optional form to identify professional growth Step 7 goals Summary Evaluation Conference based on data gathered from artifactsStep and 7 •Meeting at the school site to discuss: 1. Self Assessment –Required Document other sources. 2. Consolidated Performance Assessment (agree upon progress towards performance goals for the year) 3. Summary Evaluation Form -Required Document

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