“Don’t spend it all in one place.” “A penny saved is a penny earned.” These are phrases we have all learned to try and be smart about our money. Fourth- and fifth-graders in the Quest program at Smith Elementary learned these tips and more during a financial literacy class.
Evaluation of the Superintendent
The Board of Directors shall establish evaluative criteria and shall be responsible for evaluating the performance of the superintendent as provided by statute.
The superintendent shall have the opportunity for confidential conferences with the board members on no less than three occasions in each school year, the purpose of which shall be the aiding of the superintendent in his performance. The board, on the basis of evaluation, may renew and/or extend the superintendent's contract for periods not to exceed three years.
Current practice codified 1988.