2000: Administration

2000: Administration unanimous Thu, 02/28/2019 - 14:31

2000: A Concept of Administration

2000: A Concept of Administration holly Wed, 06/26/2019 - 15:48

The administration of this school system is responsible for the direction, coordination and control of students and staff in their efforts to reach educational and system goals adopted by the Board within the guidelines established by Board policy, law and employee agreements.

The administrative staff, working as a management team under the direction of the Superintendent of schools, will manage the affairs of the school system by specializing in:

1.    The process of decision-making and communication, 

2.    Planning, organizing, implementing and evaluating, and

3.    The development and maintenance of close working relationships and channels of communication within the school system and community.
 

Date of Adoption
February 4, 1974
Date of Revision
January 19, 1998
December 6, 2004
November 4, 2019
Reaffirmed
January 21, 2013

2100: Administrative and Supervisory Personnel

2100: Administrative and Supervisory Personnel holly Wed, 06/26/2019 - 15:50

All administrative and supervisory positions in the school system are established initially by the Board, or by state law, or both.

The Superintendent is responsible for recommending to the Board a sufficient number of such positions to provide for the effective and efficient management of the school system.

In each case, the Board will approve the broad purpose and function of the position, in harmony with state law and regulations, and approve a written job description for the position. 

The Superintendent will be responsible for developing and recommending to the Board all such job descriptions.  To facilitate an effective management system, the Superintendent will also continuously maintain a comprehensive, coordinated set of job descriptions for all administrative and supervisory positions.
 

Date of Adoption
February 4, 1974
Date of Revision
January 19, 1998
December 6, 2004
November 4, 2019
Reaffirmed
January 21, 2013

2100.01: Superintendent of Schools

2100.01: Superintendent of Schools holly Wed, 06/26/2019 - 16:00

Reports to: Board of Education

General Summary: Chief Executive Officer of the School District.

Essential Functions:


I. Administers, as chief school executive, the development, coordination, and supervision of the educational program designed to meet the needs of the community. 

II. Recommends the number and types of positions required to provide proper personnel for the operation of such a program.

III. Administers the development, recommendation, and implementation of all Board of Education Policies: 

A. Community Relations (1000 Series) 
B. Administrative Organization (2000 Series)
C. Support Services (3000 Series)
D. Human Resources (4000 Series)
E. Student Services (5000 Series)
F. Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment (6000 Series)
G. Technology (7000 Series)
H. Internal Board Policies and Board Bylaws (8000 and 9000 Series)
I. Site Based Planning and Management (10,000 Series) 


IV. Assumes final responsibility for the selection, assignment, dismissal, and evaluation of all personnel.


V. Keeps informed of current trends and practices, by appropriate means, and keeps the Board of Education informed of trends in education.

VI. Supervises the preparation and presentation of the annual budget and recommends it to the Board of Education for approval.

VII. Attends and participates in all meetings of the Board, except executive sessions of those meetings which are concerned with the superintendent's employment.

VIII. Conducts a continuous evaluation of the progress and needs of the schools and keeps the public informed.

IX. Supervises the evaluation of all principals and all administrators in the District.

X. Supervises and evaluates all Associate and Assistant Superintendents in the District and other personnel assigned to report directly to him or her.

Qualifications:


I. Education Level: Earned Doctorate in Educational Administration, or equivalent, is required.

II. Certification or Licensure: Must hold or qualify for a valid Nebraska Administrative Certificate with a superintendent’s endorsement

III. Experience desired: Five years of successful experience in the administration of a school district.

IV. Other requirements: Experience, maturity and leadership abilities in appropriate facets of administration; awareness to the needs and objectives of the District, its Strategic Plan, and the ability to supervise and evaluate the work of others. Demonstrated ability to:

A. effectively administer, implement, and monitor the Strategic Plan;
B. show commitment to excellence in student achievement, effective learning and thinking skills;
C. be responsive to the Board of Education in goal setting, long and short range planning, and policy development;
D. show a strong commitment to student needs;
E. serve as good-will ambassador for the District;
F. effectively articulate and communicate the District’s mission.;
G. possess personal integrity, self-confidence, and concern for people;
H. maintain a climate of high expectations for the Board of Education, staff, students, parents, and community

Requirements Chart


The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the superintendent. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Responsibilities and duties assigned are at the discretion of the Board of Education.


Employee Signature: ______________________________ Date: ___________________


Supervisor Signature: ____________________________ Date: ___________________

Date of Adoption
July 21, 1980
Date of Revision
September 17, 2012
November 5, 2012
September 25, 1995
May 20, 1996
Reaffirmed
November 1, 2004

2100.03: Associate Superintendent of Education Services

2100.03: Associate Superintendent of Education Services holly Wed, 06/26/2019 - 16:05

Title: Associate Superintendent for Educational Services

Reports to: Superintendent of Schools

General Summary: Directs the planning, implementation and evaluation of programs in the areas of elementary, early childhood education, secondary education, and special education; assists the Superintendent in the evaluation of those district personnel as assigned.

Essential Functions:

  1. Assists the Superintendent in directing the administration, coordination and supervision of the district’s educational program. (15%)
  2. Supervises the Directors of: Elementary/Early Childhood Education, Secondary Education, and Special Education and the Executive Director of Technology. (15%)
  3. Administers board policies and rules related to curriculum and instruction, and special education; recommends changes to the Superintendent as needed. (15%)
  4. Assists in the preparation and administration of those sections of the district budget that pertain to educational services. (5%)
  5. Keeps informed of and interprets all court decisions, regulations, statutes, rules and policies affecting his/her division. (5%)
  6. Attends board meetings and prepares such reports for the board as the superintendent may request. (5%)
  7. Assists in the determination of types of programs needed by the schools and makes appropriate recommendations. (5%)
  8. Provides and coordinates assistance to the building level administration as it relates to services and assistance provided within the program areas. (5%)
  9. Keeps abreast of developments in the assigned program areas and provides leadership in determining appropriateness for inclusion in the district's education program. (5%)
  10. Collaborates with Executive Director of Assessment, Research and Evaluation as it relates to the approval of research projects with potential impact on curriculum and instruction within any District classroom. (5%)
  11. Assures the communication of program information to the professional staff and coordinates the dissemination of program materials. (5%)
  12. Directs the interpretation of programs to the Board of Education, the administration, the staff and the general public. (5%)
  13. Assists the development of educational specifications for remodeling projects and new construction, as requested. (2%)
  14. Maintains liaison and active participation with educational leaders at the state, regional and national levels. (2%)
  15. Supervises, assists, and evaluates the work of all assigned principals. (5%)
  16. Assumes other responsibilities as assigned by the superintendent. (1%)

 

Qualifications:

  1. Education Level:  A doctoral degree from an approved institution with a major in educational administration or the accepted equivalent is preferred.  A six-year specialist degree in educational administration or the accepted equivalent is required.
  2. Certification or Licensure:  Appropriate Nebraska administrative certificate.
  3. Experience desired:  Five years of successful experience in educational services administration is preferred.  Three years of successful experience in administration is required.
  4. Other requirements:  Experience, maturity and leadership abilities in appropriate facets of school administration; the ability to select, supervise and evaluate the work of others, and leadership skills in the area of curriculum development, management and evaluation; sensitivity to the needs and objectives of a school district.

Requirements Table

The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification.  They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.  Responsibilities and duties assigned are at the discretion of the supervisor and/or superintendent.

Date of Adoption
April 1, 1991
Date of Revision
May 20, 1996
November 1, 2004
October 20, 2008
September 6, 2011
August 1, 2016
April 17, 2017

2100.04: Chief Financial Officer

2100.04: Chief Financial Officer holly Wed, 06/26/2019 - 16:10

Reports to: Superintendent of Schools

General Summary: Administers the District’s non-education programs, including those that support the District’s educational programs and services, under the general direction of the Superintendent and in accordance with Board policies and rules.

Essential Functions: 

I. Assists the Superintendent in directing the administration and coordination of the District’s programs. (20%)

II. Evaluates, interprets and administers Board policies, rules, and programs related to business, facilities maintenance, food service, purchasing, distribution, and risk management. (10%)

III. Supervises the accounting manager, and support services general manager. (10%)

IV. Assists the Superintendent in the preparation of the budget and administers a budget control program. (10%)

V. Assists the work of principals and other administrative staff as directed by the Superintendent. (1%)

VI. Assists in determining the District’s future facilities needs. (5%)

VII. Administers the contracted services for the supervision of the District’s operations and maintenance program, and food service program. (10%)

VIII. Keeps informed of and interprets court decisions, regulations, statutes, legislative bills, rules and policies affecting his/her division. (10%)

IX. Assists with collective bargaining by serving on the District’s negotiating team. (10%)

X. Attends board meetings and prepares such reports for the board as the Superintendent may request. (5%)

XI. Assists in the determination of types of programs needed by the schools and makes appropriate recommendations. (5%)

XII. Coordinates the employee photo ID system. (1%)

XIII. Assumes other responsibilities as delegated by the Superintendent. (3%)

Qualifications:

I. Education Level: A doctoral degree from an approved institution with a major in educational administration or juris doctorate is preferred. 

II. Certification or Licensure: Appropriate Nebraska Administrative certificate, active license to practice law in the State of Nebraska, or Certified Public Accountant.

III. Experience desired: Five years of successful experience in administration is preferred; three years is required.

IV. Other requirements: Experience, maturity and leadership abilities in all facets of school administration, the ability to supervise and evaluate the work of others, and the ability to evaluate and manage the non-educational function of the school district.

Requirements Chart


The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Responsibilities and duties assigned are at the discretion of the supervisor and/or superintendent.

Date of Adoption
May 20, 1996
Date of Revision
September 21, 1998
January 22, 2001
April 4, 2005
November 6, 2006
January 19, 2015
April 3, 2017

2100.08: Associate Superintendent of Human Resources

2100.08: Associate Superintendent of Human Resources holly Wed, 06/26/2019 - 16:13

Reports to: Superintendent of Schools

General Summary: Directs the planning, implementation and evaluation of the human resources program to ensure that it effectively supports the development and implementation of the educational programs and services of the District, including: recruiting, hiring, compensating, retaining, supervising, evaluating, and dismissing district employees.

Essential Functions:

  1. Plans and administers an efficient modern system of recruiting, hiring, compensating, retaining, supervising, evaluating, and dismissing district employees.  (30%)
  2. Supervises the Director of Personnel, the Director of Employee Relations, the Director of Student Services, Transportation Manager, and the HR Recruiter. (10%)
  3. Assists with the implementation of the New Administrator Induction Program and Leadership Academy. (5%)
  4. Supervises, assists, and evaluates the work of principals and other administrative staff as directed by the Superintendent.  (10%)
  5. Prepares and administers of the District's human resources budget.  (5%)
  6. Communicates to the Superintendent the human resource requirements and needs of the District.  Maintains contact with all departments and schools in planning and anticipating personnel needs of the school program.  (10%)
  7. Develops, administers and interprets board policies related to the human resources function.  (10%)
  8. Assists the Superintendent in directing the administration and coordination of the District’s program.  (5%)
  9. Keeps informed of and interprets all court decisions, regulations, statutes, rules and policies affecting his/her division.  (5%)
  10. Attends all School Board, Executive Committee and Cabinet Meetings and prepares such reports for the Board as the Superintendent may request.  (5%)
  11. Assumes other responsibilities as assigned by the Superintendent.  (5%)

 

Qualifications:

  1. Education Level:  A doctoral degree from an approved institution with a major in educational administration or the accepted equivalent is preferred. A six-year specialist degree in educational administration or the accepted equivalent is required.
  2. Certification or Licensure:  Appropriate Nebraska Administrative certificate.
  3. Experience desired:  Five years of successful experience in personnel administration; three years preferred.
  4. Other requirements:  Experience, maturity and leadership abilities in appropriate facets of school administration; the ability to select, supervise and evaluate the work of others, and the ability to evaluate and manage the personnel function of the school district.

Special Requirements:

Requirements Chart

The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Responsibilities and duties assigned are at the discretion of the supervisor and/or superintendent.

Date of Adoption
May 20, 1996
Date of Revision
September 21, 1998
July 12, 1999
June 5, 2000
November 1, 2004
June 6, 2005
November 6, 2006
January 19, 2008
July 11, 2011
April 21, 2014
April 17, 2017

2100.09: Assistant Superintendent for Leadership, Planning and Evaluation

2100.09: Assistant Superintendent for Leadership, Planning and Evaluation holly Wed, 06/26/2019 - 16:18

Title: Assistant Superintendent for Leadership, Planning, and Evaluation

Reports to: Superintendent

General Summary: The Assistant Superintendent for Leadership, Planning, and Evaluation is responsible for the successful leadership and management of the District according to the vision and direction set by the Superintendent and District Strategic Plan. 

Essential Functions:

I. Develops, coordinates, and implements the District plan for site-based planning. (15%)

II. Directs the continuous improvement process for the District including NE Framework Accreditation and serves as internal facilitator for the District strategic planning process. (5%)

III. Organizes, implements and supervises administrator professional development and the District leadership programs (e.g. Leadership Academy, Principal Institute, Superintendent Internships) (5%)

IV. Directs the development and implementation of all District policies and supports the Board of Education as requested by the Superintendent. (5%)

V. Supervises the Director of Staff Development & Instructional Improvement, the Executive Director of Assessment, Research and Evaluation, and assigned principals. (10%)

VI. Coordinates the audit processes and manages the NDE Portal (1%) 

VII. Attends all School Board, Executive Committee and Cabinet Meetings and prepares such reports for the Board as the Superintendent may request. (5%) 

VIII. Develops school calendar and coordinates high school graduation. (1%)

IX. Directs the District CADRE Program. (3%)

X. Coordinates the Superintendent’s Business, Parent & Service Advisory Committees and directs other special projects as assigned. (5%)

XI. Directs the administrator evaluation program, coordinates the principal supervisor process, and supervises the administration of the teacher evaluation program. (7%)

XII. Directs and facilitates the administrator induction program and supervises the administration of staff development of certificated and classified staff and new staff induction. (7%)

XIII. Supports and assists in measuring the positive climate and engagement within the District and community. (5%) 

XIV. Serves as the project manager for internal operations of the District as directed by the Superintendent. (20%)


XV. Serves as the internal project manager for District bond issues and levy overrides. (3%)

XVI. Performs other duties as assigned by the Superintendent. (5%)

Qualifications:

I. Education Level: A doctoral degree from an approved institution with a major in educational administration or the accepted equivalent is preferred. A six-year specialist degree in educational administration or the accepted equivalent is required. 

II. Certification or Licensure: Appropriate NE Administrative Certification required.

III. Experience desired: Five years of successful administrative experience in the area of instructional improvement, staff development, and staff evaluation is preferred; three years experience is required. Previous supervisory experience is required.

IV. Other requirements: Ability to work with individuals and groups in the development and implementation of district staff development; instructional improvement program development; implementation of site-based planning programs; and ability to compile and prepare reports.


Requirements Chart


The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. 

Responsibilities and duties assigned are at the discretion of the immediate supervisor (and/or superintendent).


Employee Signature: ______________________________Date: _________________




Supervisor Signature:  _____________________________Date: _________________

Date of Adoption
May 4, 1998
Date of Revision
September 21, 1998
February 21, 2000
April 19, 2004
September 4, 2007
October 20, 2008
September 6, 2011
April 21, 2014
August 1, 2016
July 8, 2019

2100.10: Director of Special Education

2100.10: Director of Special Education holly Wed, 06/26/2019 - 16:23

Reports to: Associate Superintendent for Educational Services


General Summary: Designs, develops and delivers those programs and services determined appropriate for those students with verified special needs; evaluates programs, services and personnel, as assigned.


Essential Functions:


I. Directs and assists others in the development, implementation, and supervision of programs for children with disabilities, including related services and Section 504 programs. (20%)

II. Designs and administers procedures for intervention and referral, evaluation, program development, placement, and re-evaluation of students with disabilities, utilizing appropriate processes and instruments and assuring compliance with state and federal requirements. (20%)

III. Directs the development, implementation and supervision of the school psychology program, assuring that processes and services comply with state and federal requirements. (10%)

IV. Directs the collection and submission of all federal, state and local reports on special education programs and students with disabilities utilizing available technology. (10%)

V. Directs program budget planning, which serves students with disabilities and implements the special education budget in accordance with district procedures. (5%)

VI. Acts as special education liaison with public and private agencies, organizations and professional personnel in securing and providing services for children with disabilities. (4%)

VII. Assists in the recruitment, selection and assignment of all special education personnel. (4%)

VIII. Directs the development and provision of staff development for special education personnel. (5%)

IX. Supervises and evaluates all special education administrative personnel including the assignment of areas and responsibility. (3%)

X. Evaluates building administrators as assigned by the Superintendent. (2%)

XI. Recommends policies and procedures appropriate to special education laws and operations within the District. (10%) 

XII. Attends all School Board and Cabinet meetings. (5%)

XIII. Assumes other responsibilities as assigned. (2%)


 

Qualifications:

I. Education Level: A doctoral degree from an approved institution with a major in educational administration or the accepted equivalent is preferred. A six-year specialist degree in educational administration or the accepted equivalent is required. 

II. Certification or Licensure: Appropriate NE Administrative Certification required.

III. Experience desired: Four years of successful experience in the administration of a special education program is preferred; three years is required.

IV. Other requirements: Experience and leadership abilities in the area of special education - sensitivity to the needs and objectives of the district and the ability to supervise and evaluate the work of others.

Requirements Chart

 


The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Responsibilities and duties assigned are at the discretion of the supervisor and/or superintendent.



Employee Signature: ______________________________ Date: _________________


Supervisor Signature: _____________________________Date: _________________

Date of Adoption
July 21, 1980
Date of Revision
May 20, 1996
April 19, 2004
October 20, 2008
September 21, 2009
August 4, 2014

2100.11: Director of Elementary and Early Childhood Education

2100.11: Director of Elementary and Early Childhood Education holly Mon, 07/01/2019 - 10:51

Reports to: Associate Superintendent for Educational Services 

General Summary: Directs the planning, implementation, and evaluation of programming related to early childhood and elementary education for students birth through grade five, and its accompanying routines and activities for the school district, under the direction of the Associate Superintendent for Educational Services.

Essential Functions:

I. Coordinates the development of learner objectives, curriculum, assessments and support programs at the elementary level and ensures PK-12 articulation. Interprets, along with building personnel, the elementary program to staff, parents, community and the Board of Education, uses student achievement data for curriculum review; provides expert assistance to district curriculum personnel related to developmentally appropriate curriculum, objectives, instruction, and materials for students in the PK-5 school. (20%)

II. Directs and serves as an advocate for early childhood education and directs the development of school based early childhood education programs (preschools, Montessori preschool, etc.); directs and develops parent and family education programs; researches current best practices in early childhood education and disseminates information; assists with development of transition plans for families and staff with the transitions from home and/or child care to school. (20%)

III. Directs the development of PK-5 education budgets; works with district grant coordinator in developing and securing grants for PK-5 programs; acts as a resource in the evaluation of staff and /or PK-5 education programs. (10%)

IV. Acts as curriculum department liaison with district, community, Nebraska Department of Education, state and metro educational organizations and state programs such as Early Childhood Special Education, Head Start, community child care programs, and Millard Public Schools Foundation education programming. (10%)

V. Works with and provides input to other departments and curriculum division members to ensure provision of a comprehensive and effective educational program that includes the integration of technology. (5%)

VI. Serves as a resource to elementary principals to ensure developmentally appropriate programming, implementing and monitoring curricular program components. (5%)

VII. Coordinates and assists with the development, implementation and maintenance of support programs: ELL, K-5 High Ability Learner, Intervention Programs, Summer School and Parent Programs of Choice in the elementary schools. (5%)

VIII. Works with Leadership and Learning, building principals and MEP Facilitators to design appropriate programming for the professional growth of staff in the PK-5 schools. (10%)

IX. Attends all school board and cabinet meetings. (5%)

X. Maintains knowledge of current educational issues through reading, conference attendance, and other personal growth experiences. (5%)

XI. Supervises elementary MEP and EC support program (FRC, PWP) and evaluates accordingly. Supervises and evaluates assigned elementary principals. (2%)

XII. Coordinates and directs the Title I program in the elementary schools. (1%)

XIII. Assumes those other responsibilities related to PK-5 education as assigned by the Associate Superintendent for Educational Services. (2%)


Qualifications:

I. Education Level: A doctoral degree from an approved institution with a major in educational administration or the accepted equivalent is preferred. A six-year specialist degree in educational administration or the accepted equivalent is required.

II. Certification or Licensure: Appropriate NE Administrative Certification required

III. Experience desired: Teaching experience in elementary and/or early childhood is required. Experience with family education and early childhood care is desired. Previous supervisory experience is required.

IV. Other requirements: Strong oral and written communications skills. 
 

Requirements Chart

 


The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Responsibilities and duties assigned are at the discretion of the supervisor and/or superintendent.


Employee Signature: _________________________________ Date: _________________


Supervisor Signature: ________________________________ Date: ________________

Date of Revision
March 18, 1991
May 20, 1996
April 19, 2004
October 20, 2008
November 21, 2016

2100.12: Executive Director of Assessment, Research & Evaluation

2100.12: Executive Director of Assessment, Research & Evaluation holly Mon, 07/01/2019 - 10:56

Reports to: Superintendent

General Summary: Directs the assessment, research, and evaluation for the District to facilitate improvement in the educational programs and services of the District.

Essential Functions:

I. Coordinates the development, implementation and review of district-wide assessments and data analysis for norm-referenced and criterion-referenced assessment, district and state assessments, and measures of national and international academic achievement. (20%)

II. Coordinates district evaluation activities (e.g., strategic and site planning, school recognition programs, curriculum and instruction programs) as assigned by the Superintendent. (10%)

III. Evaluates district programs to determine effectiveness and provides summary reports on district evaluation activities to the Millard Board of Education as directed by the Superintendent. (10%)

IV. Provides advice and technical assistance in research design and program evaluation, and reports data and provides statistical analysis and recommendations. (10%)

V. Conducts assessments and surveys based on district-identified needs. (5%)

VI. Develops and implements ongoing staff development and in-services to train staff and administrators on assessments and data analysis. (5%)

VII. Receives, evaluates, and approves all proposals to conduct research in the Millard Public Schools as submitted by staff or outside organizations, agencies, or individuals. Proposals will be referred to appropriate parties for review and recommendation. (5%)

VIII. Works with the Technology Division to maintain and provide student assessment results, provides appropriate feedback to administrators and staff, and submits reports to the federal and state government, the Learning Community, and other agencies. (10%)

IX. Supervises and evaluates principals. (5%)

X. Attends all School Board and Cabinet meetings. (5%)

XI. Oversees the District Student Information System (SIS). (5%)

XII. Collaborates with various departments on projects or initiatives and advises on the appropriateness relative to data governance, integrity of data, and overall best practice within the use of data. (5%)

XIII. Performs other duties as assigned by the Superintendent. (5%)
 

Qualifications:

I. Education Level: A doctoral degree from an approved institution with a major in educational administration, educational psychology, or the accepted equivalent is preferred.

II. Certification or Licensure: Nebraska Administrative Certification preferred but not required.

III. Experience desired: Five years of successful experience in administration with experience in planning, research and evaluation is preferred. Three years of experience is required.

IV. Other requirements: Leadership skills in the following areas: planning, research, assessment, and evaluation; ability to work with other administrators and ability to assess the needs of the district.


Requirements Chart

Date of Adoption
June 27, 1989
Date of Revision
July 21, 1997
September 21, 1998
September 13, 1999
April 19, 2004
September 4, 2007
September 15, 2008
March 1, 2010
September 6, 2011
August 1, 2016

2100.13: Director of Activities, Athletics and External Affairs

2100.13: Director of Activities, Athletics and External Affairs holly Mon, 07/01/2019 - 11:06

Reports to: Superintendent General Summary: Directs and evaluates those programs and services in the areas of district activities, athletics, District’s School-Community use of Facilities Program, directs governmental affairs, Project PAYBAC, special projects and its accompanying routines for the school district, under the direction of the Superintendent. 

Essential Functions:

I. Directs the District’s legislative lobbying efforts and governmental affairs. (15%)

II. Evaluates administrators as assigned by the Superintendent. (5%)

III. Designs and implements the business/school partnership. (2%)

IV. Directs and evaluates all district drama, musical, athletic and school organization activities and contests. (4%) 

V. Directs school-community use of facilities. (10%) 

VI. Assists in the selection, employment, assignment and evaluation of coaching personnel and activities sponsors. (3%) 

VII. Assists in the Accounting for all monies handled in the district activities and athletic program in accordance with prescribed local and state procedures. (2%) 

VIII. Cooperates with the Director of Communication in the dissemination of information to the public regarding athletics and activities programs. (1%) 

IX. Facilitates district communications among and between schools. (2%) 

X. Assists in the development of Board policies related to district activities, athletics, and use of facilities. (2%) 

XI. Updates and maintains district activity and athletic guidelines. (2%) 

XII. Prepares program budget request for all areas of the district activities and athletics. (2%) 

XIII. Assists in establishing and maintaining positive relations with civic, professional, service, parents, and parent organizations and the community in general. (20%) 

XIV. Serves as a liaison to those building administrators responsible for the operation of the co-curricular and extracurricular programs. (5%) 

XV. Acts as official representative for Millard Public Schools with the Nebraska School Activities Association (NSAA) and metro conference. (4%) 

XVI. Evaluates, plans, and budgets for facilities improvements including working with district maintenance and support services representatives to assure appropriate maintenance, and project planning of athletic facilities and fields. (15%) 

XVII. Attends all School Board, Executive Committee and Cabinet Meetings and prepares such reports for the Board as the Superintendent may request. (4%) 

XVIII. Performs other duties as assigned by the Superintendent. (1%) 


Qualifications:

i. Education Level: A six-year ed. specialist degree from an approved institution with a major in educational administration or the accepted equivalent is preferred. A master’s degree from an approved institution with a major in educational administration or the accepted equivalent required. 

ii. Education Level: Appropriate Nebraska Administrative Certificate preferred. 

iii. Education Level: Four years of successful experience in administration with experience in directing athletics and activities preferred; three years of successful administration experience required. 

iv. Other requirements: Leadership skills in the area of administration, management and evaluation - sensitivity to the needs and objectives of the school and the district. 

Requirements Chart


The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Responsibilities and duties assigned are at the discretion of the supervisor and building principal (or superintendent). 

Date of Adoption
March 7, 2005
Date of Revision
November 21, 2011
April 21, 2014
April 17, 2017

2100.14: Director of Student Services

2100.14: Director of Student Services holly Mon, 07/01/2019 - 11:09

Reports to: Executive Director for Human Resources

General Summary:  Designs, develops, implements and evaluates those programs and services in the areas of health and response services counseling programs; directs those student services related to student placement, attendance, student records, suspension and expulsion, and the development or modification of appropriate policies.

Essential Functions:

  1. Designs, directs, and evaluates those health services provided students.  (10%)

  2. Develops and coordinates and supervises response services counseling programs needed by the district.  (10%)

  3. Develops, directs, and implements the District security programs. (10%)

  4. Administers and supervises procedures for enrollment, transfer and placement of students within the school system, as per law, regulation and/or board policy.  (18%)

  5. Administers and supervises the student attendance policy and program.  (3%)

  6. Directs the development and implementation of all procedures regarding the collection, maintenance and dissemination of student records.  (6%)

  7. Develops, directs, and implements procedures for student discipline within the district.  (17%)

  8. Administers and supervises the District crisis team.  (2%)

  9. Prepares budget requests for all of the student service areas and monitors budgetary expenditures.  (2%)

  10. Maintains liaison with community organizations and agencies related to pupil services. (2%)

  11. Recommends selection and assignment of student services staff.  (2%)

  12. Works with others in the identification and provision of those staff development activities deemed appropriate.   (2%)

  13. Evaluates student services staff in accord with district guidelines.  (2%)

  14. Assists with the development of board policies related to student services.  (3%)

  15. Develops, directs, and implements district drug prevention programs.  (2%)  

  16. Attends all School Board and Cabinet meetings.  (5%)

  17. Performs any other duties as assigned by the Executive Director for Human Resources.  (2%).

  18. Evaluates administrators as assigned by the Superintendent.  2%

Qualifications:

1. Education Level: A doctoral degree from an approved institution with a major in educational administration or the accepted equivalent is preferred. A six-year specialist degree in educational administration or the accepted equivalent is required.

2. Certification or Licensure:  Appropriate Nebraska Administrative Certificate.

3. Experience desired:  Four years of successful experience in administration with experience in student personnel services or guidance counseling; three years experience is required.


4. Other requirements:  Ability to supervise student services, sensitivity to needs of students and objectives of the school district - able to work with parents, administrators and teachers.

Requirements Chart

The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification.  They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.  Responsibilities and duties assigned are at the discretion of the supervisor and/or superintendent.

 

Employee Signature:  ______________________________ Date:  _________________

Supervisor Signature:  ____________________________ Date:  _________________

 

Date of Adoption
July 21, 1981
Date of Revision
May 20, 1996
April 19, 2004
March 7, 2005
September 21, 2009
September 6, 2011
August 4, 2014

2100.16: Director of Secondary Education

2100.16: Director of Secondary Education holly Mon, 07/01/2019 - 11:17

Reports to:  Associate Superintendent for Educational Services

General Summary:  Directs the planning, implementation, and evaluation of programming related to secondary education for students’ grades 6 through 12, and it's accompanying routines and activities for the school district, under the direction of the Associate Superintendent for Educational Services.

Essential Functions:

    I.    Assists the Associate Superintendent in the development of the program model to be utilized in the planning, development and evaluation of curriculum in the district. (5%) 

   II.    Develops and coordinates processes and procedures which will ensure the articulation of Pre-K-12 programming where possible and/or appropriate. (5%)

  III.    Coordinates the development and utilization of learner outcomes, assessment analysis, intervention models, and progress monitoring in the secondary program. (5%)

  IV.    Assists in the evaluation of the curricular program and materials and makes appropriate recommendations concerning their use. (3%)

   V.    Directs the coordination of the ELL program in the secondary schools. (3%)

  VI.    Works with building administrators, the Director of Leadership & Learning, C&I MEP facilitators, and secondary department heads to coordinate the work of building instructional teams. (3%)

 VII.    Assists in the development of a leadership-training program for secondary administrators, curriculum specialists, department heads, building level instructional teams and other fulfilling positions designed to further secondary education in the district. (1%)

VIII.    Serves as a resource to secondary administrators in understanding and implementing the program components so that building-level (site-based) administration can assume responsibility for the programs in their respective buildings. (2%)

   IX.   Serves as a resource to secondary administrators to ensure appropriate curricular and instructional  programming for all students. (3%)

    X.   Works cooperatively with other departments (i.e., human resources, business, DARE, Leadership & Learning) to ensure the provision of both a comprehensive and effective educational program. (2%)

   XI.   Directs the coordination of the High Ability Learner program in the secondary schools. (3%)

  XII.   Works with, and provides input to special program personnel (technology, media, student services, SPED, ELL, etc.) in issues related to secondary education. (2%)

 

 XII.   Interprets, along with building personnel, the secondary program to staff, parents, community and the Board of Education. (3%)

 

  XIV.  Works with the Director of Leadership & Learning and other appropriate personnel in designing appropriate programming for the professional growth of staff in the secondary schools. (3%)

   XV.  Maintains knowledge of current educational issues through reading, conference attendance and other  personal growth experiences. (3%)

  XVI. Works closely with those who serve as content leaders for the District (i.e., curriculum - C&I MEP facilitators, specialists, department heads, interventionists) or who provide support as a resource to the building program (i.e., grants writer, coordinators) and evaluates accordingly. (18%)

 XVII. Directs the Coordinator of Secondary Programs in developing and implementing academies for high school students. (2%)

XVIII. Coordinates the development and implementation of Advanced Placement® and dual enrollment courses while providing resources and required training for teachers. (2%)

  XIX.  Assists in the evaluation of secondary administrators as assigned by the Superintendent of Schools.   (8%)

   XX.  Assists others in the design and development of those programs serving students outside of the normal school structure (i.e. night school, Millard Learning Center, school-community programs). (3%)

  XXI.  Serves as a resource to building-level administrators in areas identified by the Superintendent or designee. (3%)

 XXII.  Develops and recommends the budget necessary to operate the secondary education program. (5%)

XXIII.  Reports to the Associate Superintendent, the Office of the Superintendent, and the Board of Education on a regular basis as it regards the progress or problems encountered at the secondary level. (3%)

XXIV.   Attends all school board and cabinet meetings. (5%)

 XXV.   Acts as Educational Services liaison with district, community, university systems, and state programs. (2%)

 XXVI. Assumes those other responsibilities relating to secondary education as assigned by the Associate Superintendent for Educational Services. (3%)

Qualifications:

        I. Education Level: A doctoral degree from an approved institution with a major in educational administration or the accepted equivalent is preferred. A six-year specialist degree in educational administration or the accepted equivalent is required.

       II.  Certification or Licensure: Appropriate Nebraska Administrative Certificate.
    
      III.  Experience desired: Four years of successful administrative experience in the area of curriculum.

      IV.  Other requirements: Strong leadership and planning skills. Possession of good oral and written communications skills.

Requirements Chart

The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification.  They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.  Responsibilities and duties assigned are at the discretion of the supervisor and building principal (or superintendent).

 

Employee Signature:  __________________________         Date:  _________________

 

Supervisor Signature:  __________________________        Date:  _________________

Date of Adoption
March 18, 1991
Date of Revision
May 20, 1996
May 21, 2001
April 19, 2004
March 7, 2005
October 20, 2008
November 21, 2016

2100.17: Executive Director of Technology

2100.17: Executive Director of Technology holly Mon, 07/01/2019 - 11:22

Reports to: Associate Superintendent for Educational Services

General Summary:  Provide leadership, direction and planning for technology services to include academic computing, administrative computing, video systems, and telecommunication systems as well as satellite, telephone (digital and analog), and data circuits, necessary to support all facets of district operation, including instruction and administration.  Direct and evaluate employees in the Technology Department. Communicate effectively; interpret policy, procedures, and data; and coordinate district functions.  Work closely with all department heads and directors to assure joint planning and decision-making.  Prepare and administer departmental and capital budgets.

Essential Functions:

  1. Oversee the District’s WAN and LAN infrastructures and data networks, voice and video networks, Internet Access to include Internet filtering, system-wide servers and e-mail system.  (15%)
  2. Directs and evaluates the Director of Digital Learning, District System Analyst, Library Services Department Head, building principals as assigned, and Technology Division staff members.  Provide direction, supervision, and administration for the information services management team and staff and assist with the recruitment and assignment of personnel to ensure that personnel programs achieve their purposes.  (15%)
  3. Chair the District Technology Steering Committee.  (10%)
  4. Provide required administrative and technical support for curriculum, staff development and instructional technology components.  (10%)
  5. Research, evaluate, and make recommendations for hardware and software for the District instructional technology program. (10%)
  6. Develop and maintain information systems plans and implement technology strategies to ensure that the information systems support current and future district technology needs. (10%)
  7. Communicate and support expectations that are consistent with district objectives, and employ an effective communication process that includes listening to all constituents.  (5%)
  8. Develop (as necessary), maintain, and utilize appropriate information systems and records necessary for attainment of the school’s/district’s and overall school improvement efforts.  (4%)     
  9. Direct and/or coordinate the development of specifications for the procurement of hardware, software, telecommunications and support services required to support district operations and planned projects.  (5%)
  10. Oversee all purchasing, ordering, receiving, and installing of hardware and software for the District instructional technology program, while ensuring that programs are cost effective and funds are managed prudently.  (5%)
  11. Prepare and administer departmental and capital budgets as required, compile budgets and cost estimates based upon documented program needs and determine the fiscal needs of programs and ensure that fiscal resources appropriately address these needs and conform to the mission of the school district.  (5%)
  12. Serve as a principal interface with designated outside service providers and represent the District at appropriate local, state, and national functions. (3%)
  13. Attends Board of Education and Cabinet meetings as required. (2%)
  14. Other duties as assigned by the Superintendent. (1%)  


Qualifications:

1. Education Level: Doctorate degree preferred, Master’s degree (or equivalent) in Educational Administration, Computer Science, Management Information Systems, Business or related field required.

2. Certification or Licensure: None required; however, candidates with either technical certificates or with educational administrative certificates preferred.

3. Experience desired: Five to seven years management or administrative experience in technology. Advanced experience in Computer Science or School Management Information Systems preferred. Advanced experience in public school educational environment preferred. Substantial recent experience in managing complex information technology resources involving highly skilled professional personnel. 


4. Other requirements: Knowledge of the latest hardware, software, and communications technologies utilized in a public school or education environment preferred. Ability to coordinate major technology projects. Strong organization, communication, and interpersonal skills. Willingness to execute written employment contract with Millard Public Schools.

Requirements Chart

The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification.  They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.  Responsibilities and duties assigned are at the discretion of the supervisor and/or superintendent.

Date of Adoption
September 25, 2000
Date of Revision
August 5, 2002
September 4, 2007
August 4, 2014
April 17, 2017

2100.18: Director of Employee Relations

2100.18: Director of Employee Relations holly Mon, 07/01/2019 - 11:26

Reports to: Associate Superintendent of Human ResourcesGeneral Summary: Supports the educational programs and services of the District by developing and administering those phases of the personnel program which include: record keeping, contracts, compensation/benefit programs, and assists with assignment and evaluation of all employees.

Essential Functions:

I. Administers the employee compensation and benefits program for the District. (50%)

II. Coordinates the employee database and records for Human Resources and serves as liaison to business office and payroll. (10%)

III. Interprets existing personnel policies and regulations to staff members and makes recommendations concerning formulation of policies and regulations. (5%) 

IV. Advises regarding evaluation and discipline of employees, including coordination of due process requirements. (10%)

V. Assists with investigation of internal and external complaints, including complaints of unlawful discrimination and unlawful harassment. (5%)

VI. Coordinates the submission of all state and federal personnel reports. (5%)

VII. Coordinates the development and communication of employment information related to District personnel, including collective bargaining agreements and employee wage/benefits summaries. (6%)

VIII. Attends all Board of Education and Cabinet meetings. (3%)

IX. Assists in the preparation and administration of the human resources budget. (1%)

X. Other duties as assigned by the Superintendent. (5%)

Qualifications:

1. Education Level: A doctoral degree is preferred; a master’s degree is required. 

2. Experience desired: Four years of successful experience in personnel administration is preferred, three years is required. 

3. Other requirements: Ability to work with individuals and groups in the development and implementation of the District’s compensation and evaluation programs; ability to compile and prepare reports, and project staff needs of the District. 

Requirements Chart

The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Responsibilities and duties assigned are at the discretion of the supervisor and Superintendent.

 

Date of Revision
March 18, 1991
May 20, 1996
September 21, 1998
June 5, 2000
April 19, 2004
November 6, 2006
September 4, 2007
January 19, 2015
May 1, 2017

2100.19: Director of Personnel

2100.19: Director of Personnel holly Mon, 07/01/2019 - 11:35

Reports to:  Executive Director of Human Resources

General Summary: Supports the educational programs and services of the District by developing and coordinating those phases of the personnel program which include: recruitment, selection, assignment, retention and evaluation of staff, data processing, record keeping, contracts and certification.

Essential Functions:

  1. Coordinates the recruiting, interviewing, selecting, assigning, retaining, evaluating, and dismissing of teachers, professional/technical staff, paraprofessionals, secretaries, custodial/maintenance, food service, substitute teachers and other assigned staff.  (35%)

  2. Assists in determining the personnel needs for the District.  Maintains contact with all departments and schools in planning and anticipating personnel needs of the school program.  (10%)

  3. Supervises and evaluates the work of principals and other staff as assigned by the superintendent. (5%)

  4. Coordinates the tracking of employee retention. (5%)

  5. Coordinates employment contracts, and teacher certification including alternative certification methods and programs.  (5%)

  6. Assists with the submission of all district, state and federal personnel reports. (10%)

  7. Develops, maintains and updates the Human Resources web page, online application process, and on-line staff evaluation process. (10%)

  8. Attends all Board of Education and Cabinet meetings. (5%)

  9. Assists the Director of Employee Relations in the Human Resource Information Systems. (3%)

  10. Assumes other responsibilities delegated by the Executive Director of Human Resources. (5%)

  11. Assists in the supervision of teacher and paraprofessionals substitutes, as well as day-to-day assignments.  (5%)

  12. Assists in the training of cooperating teachers.  (1%)

Other duties as assigned by the Superintendent. (1%)

Qualifications:

1. Education Level: A doctoral degree from an approved institution with a major in educational administration or the accepted equivalent is preferred; a six-year specialist degree is required.  

2. Certification or Licensure: A Nebraska Administrative and Supervisory Certificate with the appropriate endorsement.

3. Experience desired:  Four years of successful experience in personnel administration is preferred, three years of administrative experience is required.  

4. Other requirements: Ability to work with individuals in the development and implementation of district recruitment and selection program and to prepare reports and project staff needs of the district.

Requirements Chart

 

The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification.  They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.  Responsibilities and duties assigned are at the discretion of the supervisor and/or superintendent.

Date of Adoption
June 5, 2000
Date of Revision
April 19, 2004
September 4, 2007
September 15, 2008
March 16, 2009
September 6, 2011
May 5, 2014

2100.20: Director of Digital Learning

2100.20: Director of Digital Learning holly Mon, 07/01/2019 - 11:41

Reports to:  Executive Director of Technology

General Summary:  The Director of Digital Learning will work collaboratively with others to plan, organize, and provide leadership in the area of personal digital technology integration as well as matters related to electronic building security access within the school district.

Essential Functions:

  1. Leads the District in the planning and implementation of its Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) initiative. (25%)

  2. Collaborates with appropriate District personnel to develop policy and procedures that allow for the use of personally owned digital devices within curriculum and instruction. (5%)

  3. Collaborate with elementary and secondary education in the use of personal (digital) interactive tools and technology throughout the MEP curriculum cycle to support differentiated instruction and improve learning and innovation. (5%)

  4. Coordinates staff development for identified digital tools, digital instructional resources, and targeted technology integration. (5%)

  5. Provides leadership and support for the use of personal digital interactive devices and related digital resources in lieu of traditional print materials. (5%)

  6. Participates in all budget processes, coordinates federal and state funding sources, and actively pursues other funding sources related to his/her job responsibilities. (5%)

  7. Maintains an active awareness of emerging information, trends, and applications for technology and learning and knowledge of current educational issues. (5%)

  8. Collaborates with others in the design and construction of the District’s facility access projects. (5%)

  9. Manages the District’s security access programs including, but not limited to: (25%)

  10. Electronic Badge Access System and Related Locking Devices

  11. Video/Audio Controlled Access Devices (“Buzzer System”)

  12. Surveillance Video Cameras and Related Recording Devices

  13. Perimeter Access Points and Related Alarms

  14. Shall be responsible for communicating with and training of District staff regarding the security access systems. (5%)

  15. Attends all school board and cabinet meetings. (3%)

  16. Assists in the evaluation of building administrators as assigned by the Superintendent of Schools. (3%)

  17. Assumes other responsibilities as assigned by the Superintendent or his/her designee. (4%)

 

Qualifications:

1.  Education Level: A doctoral degree from an approved institution with a major in educational administration or the accepted equivalent is preferred. A Master’s degree in educational administration or the accepted equivalent is required.

2.  Certification or Licensure:  Appropriate Nebraska Administrative Certificate.

3.  Experience desired:  Four years of successful administrative experience.

4.  Other requirements:  Strong leadership, communication and planning skills.

Contract Days: 12 Months

Salary Schedule: Administrative

Requirements Chart

The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification.  They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.  Responsibilities and duties assigned are at the discretion of the supervisor and/or superintendent.

 

Date of Adoption
February 2014

2100.21: Director of Communications

2100.21: Director of Communications holly Mon, 07/01/2019 - 11:44

Reports to:  Superintendent of Schools

General Summary:  Plans and conducts the District’s public relations/marketing program designed to support the educational programs and services of the District by keeping the staff, students, parents, and public informed of the District’s programs, accomplishments, and point of view.  Prepares and distributes fact sheets, news releases, photographs, and audio/video recordings to media representatives and others who may be interested in learning about the District’s programs and services.

Essential Functions:

  1. Supervises and coordinates the preparation of school district publications, ensuring quality.  (10%)

  2. Assists the Board of Education in setting, implementing and evaluating public relations/marketing goals.  (10%)

  3. Serves as liaison between the district and the news media, produces and distributes news releases including all print and audio/visual materials and organizes news conferences.  (20%)

  4. Serves as a consultant in the preparation and production of informational materials prepared by school personnel.  (10%)

  5. Plans and designs communication strategies to inform the public about specific problems or situations.  (10%)

  6. Plans and designs effective district promotion through the use of social media, web page and smart apps.  (10%)

  7. Serves as a source of information about the schools to individuals and groups from the community.  (10%)

  8. Is accountable for a communication audit and analysis on a regular basis.  (10%)

  9. Attends all School Board, Executive Committee and Cabinet Meetings and prepares such reports for the Board as the Superintendent may request.  (5%)

  10. Assumes other responsibilities assigned by the superintendent.  (5%)

Qualifications:

  1. Education Level:  Bachelor’s degree with a major in marketing, communications, public relations or journalism; a Master’s degree is preferred.

  2. Certification or Licensure: N/A

  3. Experience desired:  Successful experience in marketing communications, or public relations.

  4. Other requirements:  Ability to work with news media in the development of school-related stories.  Ability to develop and implement public relations goals.  Ability to work with principals in meeting specific school public relations needs.  Demonstrates excellent writing skills.  Demonstrates good organizational skills.

Requirements Chart

The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification.  They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.  Responsibilities and duties assigned are at the discretion of the supervisor.

Date of Adoption
May 1, 1995
Date of Revision
July 21, 1997
September 21, 1998
April 19, 2004
October 20, 2008
May 7, 2012
April 21, 2014

2100.22: Coordinator of Special Education

2100.22: Coordinator of Special Education holly Mon, 07/01/2019 - 11:47

Reports to:  Director of Special Education

 

General Summary: Assists in the design, development and delivery of special education programs and services for PK-21 students with disabilities.  The Special Education Coordinator assists the Director of Special Education with staffing, budgeting, data collection and reporting, staff development, and program implementation and evaluation for identified special education buildings/levels/programs.

Performance Responsibilities:

  1. Collaborates with administrators and staff to provide leadership and support to programs for students with disabilities for identified buildings/levels/special education programs. (10%)

  2. Assists in the coordination and implementation of Multi-Disciplinary and Individual Education Program procedures, assuring that processes result in appropriate programs and placement options for students with disabilities at identified buildings/levels/special education programs. (10%)

  3. Conducts reviews of assigned special education documents so as to ensure compliance with district procedures, state, and federal laws. (8%)

  4. Assists building staff with the identification and implementation of scientific, research-based instructional interventions, service delivery models, specialized materials and other appropriate supports for students with disabilities to enable them to progress in the District adopted curriculum and meet district and state standards. (13%)

  5. Assists with maintaining a continuum of service delivery options for students with disabilities in the least restrictive environment, including the provision of related services as appropriate. (12%)

  6. Is responsible for assuring students with disabilities at assigned buildings/levels/special education programs participate in State/District assessments as required, receive the appropriate assessment accommodations, and that District guidelines and procedures are followed. (5%)

  7. Is responsible for ensuring program and level transition processes, transportation, extended school year/continuous year services, and Child Find for students with disabilities at identified buildings/levels/special education programs. (7%)

  8. Collaborates with building and district administrators, other special education coordinators, and others as necessary to provide a staff development program for special education staff (certificated and classified) staff at identified buildings/levels/special education programs. (5%)

  9. Assists in communicating with parents and staff members regarding evaluation, programming, placement, services and rights of students with disabilities. (5%)

  10. Assists with the recruitment, selection, and evaluation of special education staff at identified buildings/levels/special education programs. (5%)

  11. Assists in the preparation of federal, state and local reports on special education under the direction of the Director of Special Education. (5%)

  12. Assists the Director of Special Education with budget development and implementation for identified buildings/levels/special education programs. (5%)

  13. Assists with the implementation of data collection processes and assists in verifying data accuracy using available technology. (5%)

  14. Assumes responsibility for own professional growth and development; for keeping current with the literature and new research findings; and for attending appropriate professional meetings and conferences. (2%)

  15. Assumes other responsibilities as delegated and assigned. (3%)

Preferred Qualifications:

  1. A six-year educational specialist degree from an approved institution, with required course work in special education.

  2. Appropriate Nebraska Administrative Certificate.

  3. Four years of successful administrative experience in the area of special education.

  4. Experience and leadership in special education administration.

Required Qualifications:

  1. A master's degree from an approved institution with a major in special education.

  2. Appropriate Nebraska Administrative Certificate.

  3. Four years of successful teaching experience in the area of special education.

  4. Experience and leadership abilities in appropriate facets of school administration; sensitivity to the needs and objectives of the District.

Requirements Chart

 

The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification.  They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.  Responsibilities and duties assigned are at the discretion of the supervisor.

Date of Adoption
August 5, 2002
Date of Revision
March 7, 2005
September 4, 2007
May 5, 2008
September 15, 2008
September 21, 2009
February 6, 2012
Reaffirmed
August 19, 2019

2100.28: Director of Staff Development and Instructional Improvement

2100.28: Director of Staff Development and Instructional Improvement holly Mon, 07/01/2019 - 11:55

Reports to: Executive Director of Leadership and Strategic Planning

General Summary: The Director of Staff Development and Instructional Improvement supports the educational programs and services of the District by ensuring that the teacher evaluation program is monitored and fully implemented and that professional development and continual learning opportunities are planned, delivered and utilized for all staff members.  

Essential Functions:

  1. Organizes, communicates, implements and evaluates the instructional improvement of certificated staff.  (20%)

  2. Directs the certificated staff evaluation program and supports the Human Resource Department with instructional support for Intensive Assistance plans.  (15%)

  3. Supports all District departments to ensure that the staff development of certificated and classified staff are determined to adequately support the Millard Education Program, Strategic Plan federal and state mandates, and job training needs.  (15%)

  4. Directs the new certificated staff induction program.  (10%)

  5. Assists principals, teachers and District-level personnel in the planning, developing and implementing of staff development activities.  (10%)

  6. Supervises and evaluates the work of principals and other staff as assigned by the Superintendent. (5%)

  7. Develops and administers budgets to support the comprehensive staff development plan.  (4%)

  8. Identifies needs for credit courses and works with administrators of colleges and universities and E.S.U. to provide college credit courses and programs within the District.  (1%)

  9. Serves as a liaison between the District and other local, state and national educational agencies in the development, coordination and implementation of programs for staff development.  (2%)

  10. Conducts workshops, seminars and conferences on appropriate topics for all staff members.  (8%)

  11. Performs such other tasks and assumes such other responsibilities as the Executive Director of Leadership and Strategic Planning may assign.  (5%)

  12. Attends all board of education and Superintendent cabinet meetings. (4%)

  13. Other duties as assigned by the Superintendent. (1%)

Qualifications:

  1. Education Level: A doctoral degree from an approved institution with a major in educational administration or the accepted equivalent is preferred.  A six-year specialist degree is educational administration or the accepted equivalent is required.

  2. Certification or Licensure: Appropriate Nebraska Administrative Certification required.

  3. Experience desired:  Five years of successful administrative experience in the area of instructional improvement, staff development, and staff evaluation is preferred; three years experience is required.  Previous supervisory experience is required.

  4. Other requirements:  Ability to work with individuals and groups in the development and implementation of a district staff development and instructional improvement program; ability to compile and prepare reports.

Requirements Chart

Date of Adoption
May 4, 1998
Date of Revision
September 21, 1998
February 21, 2000
April 19, 2004
September 4, 2007
October 20, 2008
September 6, 2011
May 5, 2014
August 1, 2016

2100.35: Coordinator of Special Programs

2100.35: Coordinator of Special Programs holly Mon, 07/01/2019 - 13:11

Reports to: Director of Elementary Education

General Summary: Coordinates Educational Services special programs, including but not limited to, the Core Knowledge Program, Montessori Program, International Baccalaureate Programmes, English Language Learner Program, RtI+I plans for students who have not yet met district assessment performance standards and/or are in intervention, and K-12 summer school. 

Essential Functions:

Coordinates and facilitates communication about the Core Knowledge Program, International Baccalaureate, and the Montessori Program with the District and to the community. (5%)

Assists the Montessori, Core Knowledge, and International Baccalaureate leadership teams by providing instructional and training support for the programs so that they can effectively supervise staff and maintain program integrity. (10%)

Coordinates the development, and monitors the implementation of, the RtI+I plans and budgets within Building Learning Plans developed for the purpose of reteaching and intervention for students who have not yet met the district assessment performance standards. (3%)

Coordinates the implementation, maintenance, and reporting of the Rule 4 textbook loan program. (3%)

Coordinates, implements, and oversees the organization, communication of and hiring for elementary, middle, and high school summer school. Generates reports as needed. (27%)

Facilitates communication between buildings and/or levels for the International Baccalaureate Programmes, Montessori, and Core Knowledge. (4%)

Assists building leadership teams with the Mini-Magnet development and implementation procedures as outlined in policy 10,001.1. (5%)

Coordinates program activities as required by NDE Rule 15 and described in Title III for English Language Learners and ensuring effectiveness, continuity, and relevance of the programs for students. (10%)

Assists in communicating with parents regarding evaluation, programming, placement, services and rights of English language learners. (5%)

Assists in the coordination of transportation as articulated in the Limited English Proficiency and Poverty Plans. (3%)

Conducts research related to instructional improvement and increased achievement outcomes for English Language Learners and students of poverty; interprets data to make program decisions; assists building data teams. (5%)

Coordinates program development consistent with the established budget; sets priorities for materials, supplies, and equipment acquisition; assures that all expenditures follow district, state, and federal compliance guidelines. (10%)

Assists with the recruitment, selection, assignment and evaluation of teaching staff and related personnel to support parent choice programs and programs for special populations. (7%)

Assumes other special programs and projects as assigned. (3%)

Qualifications:

1. Education Level: Master’s degree from an approved institution with a major in educational administration or the accepted equivalent. 

2. Certification or Licensure: Appropriate Nebraska administrative certificate. 

3. Experience desired: Facilitation experience and/or administrative experience in curriculum, instruction and assessment related areas.

4. Other requirements: Skilled in the use of standard office applications of technology, able to maintain and apply approved budgets to identified programs, highly organized, ability to work harmoniously with others, task and goal oriented. Valid driver’s license.
 

Requirements Chart

Date of Adoption
July 12, 1999
Date of Revision
March 7, 2005
September 4, 2007
January 21, 2008
September 15, 2008
July 12, 2010
August 1, 2016

2100.37: Coordinator of Secondary Programs

2100.37: Coordinator of Secondary Programs holly Mon, 07/01/2019 - 13:26

Reports to: Director of Secondary Education

General Summary: Provides coordination of all activities between secondary schools, the District, post-secondary institutions, community organizations, and businesses related to dual enrollment, career and technical education, academic programs and transitions.

Essential Functions:

Works with district administrators and workforce development stakeholders to establish new and innovative programs which emulate employment trends; monitor existing programs; works with school principals to determine program offerings; recommends courses for addition to or elimination from curriculum; coordinates communications of secondary programs to students and public; coordinates with state and local educational agencies to ensure continuity and relevance of programs, and assists in evaluation of program effectiveness. (25%)

Works with industry representatives, advisory members, and district personnel (teachers, Curriculum and Instruction MEP Facilitators, principals and directors) to develop curriculum and select instructional materials, supplies, and equipment; coordinates with principals and district administrators to establish and maintain program-appropriate instructional facilities. (15%)

Develops, coordinates and maintains articulation agreements with labor and post-secondary institutions; coordinates district participation in dual enrollment programs; assists school principals and district administrators with personnel needs for dual enrollment programs. (10%)

Coordinates district support of Career and Technical Education teaching staff including professional development to effect changes and improvements in the delivery of instruction; assures that all CTE classes maintain a dual focus on both academic and technical skill development; visits schools regularly to review programs, share ideas, and provide feedback to improve teaching methods, assists school principals and district administrators with personnel needs for CTE programs. (10%)

Facilitates local, state and federal grants related to secondary programs; assures that all expenditures follow district, state, and federal compliance guidelines; coordinates the post-graduate reports and exiting senior survey and reports; interprets data to make program decisions. (10%)

Collaborates with the Directors of Student Services, the Office of Secondary Education, and the Office of Special Education related to alternative educational programs; assists with the development and implementation of program procedures, including but not limited to Horizon High School and programs for suspended, expelled, and Restart students. (10%)

Coordinates middle and high school procedures related to individual student Personal Learning Plans in collaboration 

with building administrators and the Curriculum & Instruction MEP Facilitator responsible for secondary counselors, including but not limited to the development of the four year plan, ACT preparation, College and Career Readiness, and transitions. (10%)

Establishes and maintains strong and effective working relationships with professional organizations. (5%)

Assumes other duties as assigned. (5%)

Qualifications:

  1. Education Level: Master’s degree from an approved institution with a major in educational administration or the accepted equivalent (preferred). Course work or experience in alternative and/or career and technical education (required).
     
  2. Certification or Licensure: Appropriate Nebraska teaching certificate (required) or administrative certificate (preferred).
     
  3. Experience desired: Facilitation experience and/or administrative experience in curriculum, instruction and assessment related areas. Data analysis and program evaluation experience.
     
  4. Other requirements: Skilled in the use of standard office applications of technology, able to maintain and apply approved budgets to identified programs, highly organized, ability to work harmoniously with others, task and goal oriented. Valid driver’s license.

Requirements Chart

Date of Adoption
January 21, 2008
Date of Revision
September 15, 2008
August 1, 2016

2100.40: Coordinator of Early Childhood

2100.40: Coordinator of Early Childhood holly Mon, 07/01/2019 - 13:33

Reports to:  Director of Special Education

General Summary: Assists in the design, development and delivery of early childhood programs. The Coordinator assists the Director of Special Education/Director of Early Childhood and Elementary Education, with staffing, budgeting, data collection and reporting, staff development, and program implementation and evaluation for identified/programs.

Performance Responsibilities:

  1. Collaborates with administrators and staff to provide leadership and support to programs for students, birth through age 5 for identified buildings/levels/special education programs. (10%)

  2. Assists in the coordination and implementation of Multi-Disciplinary and Individualized Family Service Plans/Individual Education Plan procedures, assuring that processes result in appropriate programs and placement options for students with disabilities at identified buildings/levels/special education programs. (10%)

  3. Conducts reviews of assigned special education documents so as to ensure compliance with district procedures, state, and federal laws. (2%)

  4. Assists building staff with the identification and implementation of scientific, research-based instructional interventions, service delivery models, specialized materials and other appropriate supports for students with disabilities to enable them to progress in the District adopted curriculum and meet district and state standards. (10%)

  5. Assists with maintaining a continuum of service delivery options for students with disabilities in the least restrictive environment, including the provision of related services as appropriate. (12%)

  6. Is responsible for ensuring program and level transition processes, transportation, extended school year/continuous year services, and Child Find for students at identified buildings/levels/special education programs. (7%)

  7. Collaborates with building and district administrators, other coordinators, and District Level Leaders as necessary to provide a staff development program for staff (certificated and classified) at identified buildings/levels/programs. (5%)

  8. Assists in communicating with parents and staff members regarding evaluation, programming, placement, services and rights of students with disabilities. (5%)

  9. Assists with the recruitment, selection, and evaluation of staff at identified buildings/levels/special education programs. (5%)

  10. Assists in the preparation of federal, state and local reports under the direction of the Director of Special Education/Director of Early Childhood and Elementary Education. (5%)

  11. Assists the Director of Special Education/Director of Early Childhood and Elementary Education with budget development and implementation for identified buildings/levels/programs. (5%)

  12. Assists with the implementation of data collection processes and assists in verifying data accuracy using available technology. (5%)

  13. Assumes responsibility for own professional growth and development; for keeping current with the literature and new research findings; and for attending appropriate professional meetings and conferences. (2%)

  14. Assumes other responsibilities as delegated and assigned. (3%)

  15. Assists in the preparation of federal, state and local reports related to Title I to ensure compliance with state and federal rules and regulations. (5%)

  16. Collaborates with the Director of Special Education/Director of Early Childhood and Elementary Education and Curriculum and Instruction MEP Facilitator for Early Childhood to provide leadership and ensure compliance with district procedures, state, and federal laws. (9%)

 

Preferred Qualifications:

  1. A six-year educational specialist degree from an approved institution, with required course work in special education.

  2. Appropriate Nebraska Administrative Certificate.

  3. Four years of successful administrative experience in the area of special education.

  4. Experience and leadership in special education administration.

 

Required Qualifications:

  1. A master's degree from an approved institution with a major in special education.

  2. Appropriate Nebraska Administrative Certificate.

  3. Four years of successful teaching experience in the area of special education.

  4. Experience and leadership abilities in appropriate facets of school administration; sensitivity to the needs and objectives of the District.

Requirements Chart

The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification.  They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.  Responsibilities and duties assigned are at the discretion of the Superintendent.

 

Employee Signature:  ____________________________________ Date:  _________________

 

Supervisor Signature:  ___________________________________ Date:  _________________

Date of Adoption
August 5, 2000
Date of Revision
March 7, 2005
September 4, 2007
May 5, 2008
September 15, 2008
September 21, 2009
February 6, 2012
August 1, 2016

2100.50: Principal PK-12

2100.50: Principal PK-12 holly Mon, 07/01/2019 - 13:38

Reports to: Principal's designated Central Office performance evaluator 

General Summary: Serves as the educational leader of the school. Responsible for the educational programs and services in the school. Responsible for implementing district programs, policies, and procedures.

Essential Functions:  

Instructional Leadership and Vision for Learning

I. The principal: 

A. Assumes responsibility for the continuous school improvement plan and process. 

B. Provides for effective instructional leadership, including monitoring student performance relative to assessments, and ensuring that the written curriculum is the taught, assessed curriculum. 

C. Assumes leadership responsibilities for effective selection, induction, and continual staff development and improvement of all personnel. 

D. Directs the development of instructional leadership capacity among teachers and teams. 

E. Provides for effective evaluation and supervision of all personnel. 

F. Provides visible leadership ensuring a positive educational culture that enhances the academic, social, physical, and emotional development of all students. 

G. Communicates the school vision in order to establish high expectations for student and staff performance. 

H. Assists staff to analyze varied sources of information and multiple sources of data to make educational improvement decisions. 

II. School Management The principal: 

A. Budgets time to achieve balance between administrative and supervisory duties. 

B. Identifies needed changes and improvement in school plant and effectively capitalizes on District resources, procedures and personnel. 

C. Provides sound fiscal management of building resources and programs. 

D. Utilizes effective practices and teaches clear guidelines for appropriate student behavior to provide a safe school environment. 

E. Demonstrates effective skills in conflict resolution, problem analysis, decision-making, and judgment. 

F. Demonstrates effective written, oral and nonverbal communication and facilitation skills. 

G. Directs the planning, implementation, and evaluation of programming related to student activities, clubs, and athletics. 

III. Interpersonal Relationships The principal: 

A. Demonstrates positive interpersonal relations with students, staff, families and community. 

B. Promotes, assesses, and nurtures a positive interpersonal climate in the school building. 

C. Creates strategic partnerships with community leaders in order to carry out the school/District mission. 

IV. Professional Responsibilities The principal: 

A. Implements and communicates District programs, policies, and procedures. 

B. Engages in personalized learning and school/District professional growth activities.

C. Holds high expectations for self and others as evidenced by modeling positive work habits and behaviors. 

D. Assumes responsibilities outside the school as related to school matters. 

E. Models and expects staff to exhibit transparent and ethical behavior. 

Qualifications: 

1. Education Level: Preferred: Doctoral degree from an approved institution with a major in educational administration or the accepted equivalent. Required: Master's degree from an approved institution with a major in educational administration or the accepted equivalent. 

2. Certification or Licensure: Appropriate Nebraska Administrative Certificate. 

3. Experience desired: Preferred: Three years of successful experience in administration as building principal. Required: Two years of successful experience in a leadership role, and four years of teaching experience. 

4. Other requirements: Experience, maturity and leadership abilities in appropriate facets of school administration - sensitivity to the needs and objectives of the student, school and district; the ability to supervise, evaluate, and manage the work of others; leadership skills in the area of curriculum development, management and evaluation.

Requirements Chart

Date of Revision
August 20, 1990
September 21, 1998
November 1, 2004
January 21, 2008
September 15, 2008
October 3, 2016

2100.51: Assistant Principal PK-12

2100.51: Assistant Principal PK-12 holly Mon, 07/01/2019 - 13:41

Reports to: Building Principal 

General Summary: Supports the building principal to provide leadership of the educational program and services in the school. Responsible for implementing district programs, policies, and procedures under the direction of the building principal. 

Essential Functions

I. Instructional Leadership and Vision for Learning 

The assistant principal 

A. Supports the continuous school improvement plan and process. 

B. Provides effective instructional leadership, including monitoring student performance relative to assessments, and ensuring that the written curriculum is the taught, assessed curriculum. 

C. Supports the effective selection, induction, and continual staff development and improvement of all personnel. D. Supports the development of instructional leadership capacity among teachers and teams. 

E. Provides for effective evaluation and supervision of personnel. 

F. Provides visible leadership ensuring a positive educational culture that enhances the academic, social, physical, and emotional development of all students. 

G. Supports the communication of the school vision in order to establish high expectations for student and staff performance. 

H. Assists staff to analyze varied sources of information and multiple sources of data to make educational improvement decisions. 

II. School Management The assistant principal: 

A. Budgets time to achieve balance between administrative and supervisory duties. 

B. Identifies needed changes and improvement in school plant and effectively capitalizes on District resources, procedures and personnel. 

C. Supports sound fiscal management of building resources and programs. 

D. Utilizes effective practices and teaches clear guidelines for appropriate student behavior to provide a safe school environment. 

E. Demonstrates effective skills in conflict resolution, problem analysis, decision-making, and judgment. 


F. Demonstrates effective written, oral and nonverbal communication and facilitation skills. 

G. Supports the planning, implementation, and evaluation of programming related to student activities, clubs, and athletics. 

III. Interpersonal Relationships The assistant principal: 

A. Demonstrates positive interpersonal relations with students, staff, families and community. 

B. Promotes, assesses, and nurtures a positive interpersonal climate in the school building. 

C. Creates strategic partnerships with community leaders in order to carry out the school/District mission. 

IV. Professional Responsibilities The assistant principal:

A. Implements and communicates District programs, policies, and procedures. 

B. Engages in personalized learning and school/District professional growth activities. 

C. Holds high expectations for self and others as evidenced by modeling positive work habits and behaviors. 

D. Assumes responsibilities outside the school as related to school matters. 

E. Models and expects staff to exhibit transparent and ethical behavior. 

Qualifications: 

1. Education Level: Preferred: Doctoral degree from an approved institution with a major in educational administration or the accepted equivalent. Required: Master's degree from an approved institution with a major in educational administration or the accepted equivalent. 

2. Certification or Licensure: Appropriate Nebraska Administrative Certificate. 

3. Experience desired: Preferred: Three years of successful experience in administration as building principal. Required: Two years of successful experience in a leadership role, and four years of teaching experience. 

4. Other requirements: Experience, maturity and leadership abilities in appropriate facets of school administration - sensitivity to the needs and objectives of the student, school and district; the ability to supervise, evaluate, and manage the work of others; leadership skills in the area of curriculum development, management and evaluation. 
Requirements Chart

The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Responsibilities and duties assigned are at the discretion of the supervisor and building principal (or superintendent).

 

Date of Adoption
November 3, 1980
Date of Revision
November 17, 1997
September 21, 1998
January 21, 2008
September 15, 2008
October 3, 2016
Reaffirmed
November 1, 2004

2320: Consultants

2320: Consultants holly Mon, 07/01/2019 - 13:45

The Board encourages the use of consultants as a means of providing the schools with specialized services not normally required on a continuing basis. 

Date of Adoption
February 4, 1974
Date of Revision
February 16, 1998
Reaffirmed
September 17, 2007
February 2, 2015

2400: Organization and Administration

2400: Organization and Administration holly Mon, 07/01/2019 - 13:48

The Board will determine the policies to guide the administration of all activities of the district.  The policies will be developed with the assistance of the superintendent and other staff.

The superintendent is responsible to the Board for the administration of the schools under applicable laws and policies of the District.  If a situation demanding a decision is not covered by an existing policy or rule, the superintendent or designated representative is empowered to make the decision deemed best, later reporting to the Board.

Each employee and pupil is responsible for following approved policies and rules.

The superintendent is responsible for establishing clear lines of authority and responsibility and open lines of communication, both vertically and horizontally. The Board authorizes the superintendent to create and maintain councils, cabinets, and committees necessary to implement the management team concept and to provide for the effective, efficient administration of the district.

Date of Adoption
February 4, 1974
Date of Revision
January 19, 1998
December 6, 2004
Reaffirmed
January 21, 2013

2400.1: Organization and Administration

2400.1: Organization and Administration holly Mon, 07/01/2019 - 13:51

The Millard Public Schools is administered in accordance with a staff organizational plan that is developed by the Superintendent and approved by the Millard Board of Education.  The superintendent is responsible to the Board for the effective administration of the District.

In the organization and administration of the schools, the superintendent shall balance responsibility with commensurate authority subject to the reserve and legal powers of the Board.  This means that a member of the staff, when assigned a responsibility or a position, shall be given the authority to make the decisions necessary to perform the tasks.

Date of Adoption
February 4, 1974
Date of Revision
January 19, 1998
December 6, 2004
Reaffirmed
January 21, 2013

2400.2: Line of Responsibility- School Board and Superintendent

2400.2: Line of Responsibility- School Board and Superintendent holly Mon, 07/01/2019 - 13:55

The Board shall determine and set the policies of the Millard Public Schools within the framework of state statutes and law.  The Board will approve and adopt the policies of the District.

The Board shall transact official business with professional staff members and other school employees only through the superintendent.

The superintendent is charged with executing the policies of the District.  Through the superintendent, all employees and students of the school district are expected to adhere to Board policies and rules.

In cases where emergency action must be take within the school system which is not covered by District policies, the superintendent is authorized to act, but such decisions are subject to review by the Board at its next regular meeting. The superintendent is to inform the Board promptly of such action and of the need for any policy changes.

The superintendent is responsible for long-term planning necessary to guide the Board in policy development.

The superintendent is to establish and maintain an orderly plan for preserving and making accessible the policies and rules adopted by the Board.  Accessibility is to extend to all employees of the school district, members of the Board, and residents of the school district.

The chief objective of the superintendent is the development and promotion of the educational program of the district consistent with state statutes and District policies.

The superintendent has sole responsibility for operational matters, personnel, curriculum and instruction and business functions, subject to the approval of the Board.  This includes the selection and assignment of school employees, the management of the school plant and equipment, and the administration and supervision of the educational program and the public relations program.

The superintendent is to prepare and submit annually for Board approval a budget of anticipated income and expenditures and shall be responsible, with Board authorization, for the expenditure of and proper accounting for all funds in accordance with the budget.


The superintendent (or designated representative) is to attend all meetings of the Board except at times when consideration may be given to the superintendent’s appointment and salary.

 

Date of Adoption
February 4, 1974
Date of Revision
January 19, 1998
December 6, 2004
Reaffirmed
January 21, 2013

2400.3: Line and Staff Relationships

2400.3: Line and Staff Relationships holly Mon, 07/01/2019 - 14:00

I. Relationship With The Principal

Classroom teachers are under the direct supervision of the building principal. Work assignments, schedules and courses of study are channeled through the principal to teachers.  All requests for assistance, materials, or information will be directed to the principal.

Teachers may expect the principal to guide and assist them in their work with pupils and to share in their disciplinary problems.  Either may seek the advice and counsel of other supervisors in the solution of specific problems or for interpretation of policy.

II. Relationship with Directors, Coordinators, Consultants, and Department Heads

The role of directors, coordinators, consultants, and department heads requires that they be supportive to teachers and that they assist them in their teaching.  Teachers may expect the supervisor to help them improve instructional techniques and methods, to keep them advised as to better utilization of instructional material, and to provide the assistance necessary to improve instructional services for pupils.

III. Relationship with the Superintendent

Teachers may confer with the superintendent on problems related to their affiliation with the school system.  Such problems as assignments, teaching loads, salary, continuing contract, certification, or general working conditions should be discussed with the administrator most immediately in charge of the area and then with the superintendent.

IV. Relationship with Other School Employees

Requests for other than routine aid from custodians, maintenance workers, clerical personnel and others should be made through the principal.  Any problems between classroom teachers and other school employees should be referred to the principal.

Date of Adoption
February 4, 1974
Date of Revision
January 19, 1998
Reaffirmed
December 6, 2004
January 21, 2013

2400.4: Administrators Leaving the Building

2400.4: Administrators Leaving the Building holly Mon, 07/01/2019 - 14:03

When it is necessary for an administrator to be away from the District, he or she shall notify his or her supervisor.

Date of Adoption
February 4, 1974
Date of Revision
August 4, 1997
Reaffirmed
December 6, 2004
January 21, 2013