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District Evaluation Data - Principal


EAST WINDSOR REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT

PRINCIPAL EVALUATION SYSTEM

2009-2010

Introduction:

As part of the federal requirements for statesí receiving funding under Phase 2 of the State Fiscal Stabilization Funds Program, all school districts in New Jersey are providing information to the public on the procedures they use to evaluate teachers and principals.   The information presented below will help you understand East Windsor Regional School Districtís policies and procedures for evaluating principals and assistant principals.

Description of Principal Evaluation System:

Principals and assistant principals are evaluated in order to promote their professional excellence and improve their skills, to enhance student learning and growth, and to provide a basis for the review of administrative performance.

All principals and assistant principals are evaluated for effectiveness in multiple areas, including:

         Instructional Leadership

         Communication

         Professionalism

         Articulating and facilitating a vision of learning

         Creating and nurturing a positive school climate/culture

         Management of the school and its resources as a safe, efficient and effective learning environment

         Collaboration with families and community to promote school and student success

         Integrity and ethical behavior

         Understanding statutory and legal responsibilities

         Pedagogical leadership

         Technological expertise

         Progress on Professional Growth Plans

         Progress towards district goals

Principal/assistant principalís evaluations are used:

         To plan professional development opportunities

         To inform a principalís/assistant principalís Professional Growth Plan

         To inform recommendations for continued employment  

All non tenured principals and assistant principals are formally evaluated a minimum of three times annually.   All tenured principals and assistant principals are formally evaluated a minimum of one time annually.   Additional formal observations may me scheduled by supervisors as needed.   Non-tenured administrators who are working towards standard certification must also serve an intensive two-year residency program with mentoring and support from a state approved provider.  

PRINCIPAL EVALUATION RESULTS - 2009-2010  

RATING CATEGORY (list from most accomplished to least accomplished)

Number of principals in district receiving this rating

Total number of principals in district

Percent of principals in district receiving this rating

Commendable

7

14

50%

Meets Expectations

7

14

50%

Needs Improvement

14


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