Salaried Staff Evaluation
The staff evaluation process was developed to support the mission of the Millard Public Schools:
The mission of the Millard Public Schools is to guarantee each student demonstrates the character, knowledge, and skills necessary for personal excellence and responsible citizenship through an innovative, world-class educational community that engages and challenges all students.
Purposes of Staff Evaluation within Millard Public Schools
- Professional Growth
- School Improvement
Millard Public Schools uses TalentEd Perform to facilitate all evaluations.
- Staff Evaluation Handbook
- Millard Instructional Model (MIM)
- Millard Public Schools High Leverage Practices
- MIM Attributes - A Sampling of Evidence for Reflection
- Professional Growth Rubric
- Sample SMART Goals
Hourly Staff Evaluation
In the spring, hourly support staff and hourly professional technical staff will be asked to self appraise on several job performance / personal attributes including: attendance, personal appearance, attitude, quality of work, knowledge of job, efficiency, cooperation, dependability, communication, judgment and technology skills. Hourly staff will be asked to assess their own areas of strength and areas for growth. Hourly staff can view their Self Appraisal document in TalentEd at any time.
When the Self Appraisal document is submitted in TalentEd, the information will auto-fill into the evaluator’s summative report. A summative conference between the hourly staff member and evaluator will be held to review the evaluation.