CBG--Evaluation of the Superintendent



It is the responsibility of the School Board to maintain and improve the quality of administration and instruction. One of the primary methods used in carrying out this responsibility is to work with the superintendent in improving the superintendent’s effectiveness.


Annually, the superintendent provides the School Board with a work plan designed to implement the goals set for the division by the School Board. The School Board evaluates the superintendent annually. The School Board develops the instrument to evaluate the superintendent after consulting the uniform performance standards and criteria developed by the Board of Education and the superintendent. The superintendent’s evaluations include student academic progress as a significant component and an overall summative rating. Evaluations include identification of areas of individual strengths and weaknesses and recommendations for appropriate professional activities. Informal evaluations may also take place as the Board deems appropriate, provided that specific criteria for such appraisals be communicated to the superintendent.


Each Board member is involved in assessing the superintendent's job performance on a continuing basis and by completing the annual evaluation instrument. Upon conclusion of the annual performance appraisal, the evaluation is reviewed with the superintendent by the Board or its designees.


Adopted:          June 21, 2021



Legal Ref.:      Code of Virginia, 1950, as amended, §§ 22.1-60.1, 22.1-253.13:5.


Guidelines for Uniform Performance Standards and Evaluation Criteria for Superintendents (Virginia Board of Education, as revised on November 13, 2019).


Cross Ref.:      CBA                Qualifications and Duties for the Superintendent