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BSC202 – Accountability of the Superintendent

  • Effective:    9/25/2012
  • Revision:    3/31/2015

The Superintendent is the Board’s only link to operational achievement and conduct so that all authority and accountability of staff, as far as the Board is concerned, is considered the authority and accountability of the Superintendent.

Accordingly:

  1. The Board may communicate with, but will not give instructions to persons who report directly or indirectly to the Superintendent.
  2. The Board will not evaluate, either formally or informally, any staff other than the Superintendent and Business Administrator.
  3. The Board will view Superintendent performance as identical to organizational performance. Organizational accomplishments of Board-stated Ends and avoidance of Board-proscribed Means will be viewed as successful Superintendent performance.