“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.
Line and Staff Relationships
The central office administrative staff is responsible for over-all, system-wide educational leadership and for coordinating the educational program within policy established by the board. All system-wide services emanate from the central office. All official system-wide committees, councils, and coordinating groups shall be based in the central office.
The line of authority from the central office to the schools is through the superintendent, district office administrators and principals.
The principal of each school is the top ranking administrator in the building.