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EVALUATION OF SUPPORT STAFF

 


The development of a strong, competent support staff and the maintenance of high morale among the staff are major objectives of the Board of Education. The selection of qualified employees to fill vacancies, the determination of assignments and equitable work loads, the establishment of wage and salary schedules which encourage employees to put forth their best efforts and the evaluation of employee achievements are some of the major responsibilities of the Board and administrative staff. A program of continuous evaluation is necessary in fulfilling these responsibilities.


All administrators who serve as immediate supervisors will complete a written evaluation on all support staff under their supervision. All support staff employees will be evaluated at least once during their first year of employment and then at least once every year thereafter. The administrators will evaluate the performance of employees under their supervision in the following areas:

 

        Job knowledge

        Quality of work

        Quantity of work

        Dependability

        Cooperation

        Other areas as appropriate for the specific job


This evaluation will be used to increase job proficiency, and also to determine eligibility for re-employment.


All employees will be given an explanation of duties and responsibilities, and will be provided guidance by their immediate supervisors in performing them satisfactorily. In addition, administrators have the responsibility to inform each employee under their supervision in advance of the criteria to be used in the evaluative process. Administrators should justify any recommended salary increases on the basis of performance in the above-named evaluative areas.


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Note:  The reader is encouraged to review administrative procedures and/or forms for related information in support of this policy area.


Adopted: 09/10/1985                                                     Last Revised: 03/09/2004


Lindbergh Schools, St. Louis, Missouri

 

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