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1230 Policy_Responsibilities of the Superintendent

The Superintendent of Schools shall strive to achieve District goals by providing educational direction and
supervision to the professional staff and supervision to the support staff and by acting as a proper model for staff
and students both in and outside the District.
 
Duties and Responsibilities
 
The Superintendent shall be directly responsible to the Board of Education for the performance of the following
assigned duties and responsibilities: 
 
    A. Keep the Board informed of school operation by preparing monthly Board agendas, providing oral and written
        communication, scheduling management team committee meetings, and requesting special Board meetings
        that become necessary to keep the Board properly informed;
 
    B. Ensure that all aspects of District operation comply with State laws and regulations as well as Board
        contracts and policies;
 
    C. Establish and maintain any written educational plan that may be required by law and consistent with the
        educational goals adopted by the Board;
 
    D. Ensure proper implementation of the current District-wide instructional plan;
 
    E. Strive to increase the efficient use of District resources in the daily operations of the schools;
 
    F. Assign staff to achieve the maximum benefit toward the attainment of educational goals;
 
    G. Ensure the evaluation and progress of the professional and support staff toward the attainment of educational
        goals;
 
    H. Analyze the results of instructional program development as it applies to the Board's educational goals and
        the LRP;
 
    I. Recommend changes in instructional or staffing patterns based on an analysis of staff and program progress;
 
    J. Work to assure, where appropriate, that the decision-making process includes participation of the
        administration and staff, parents, students and others in the community;
 
    K. Work cooperatively with parents and community groups concerned with programs in the schools;
 
    L. Develop personal capabilities in personnel strategies and facility management;
 
    M. Work cooperatively with the Board and administrative staff;
 
    N. Strive toward the highest standards of personal conduct;
 
    O. Perform other duties as assigned by the Board and as consistent with statute; and
 
    P. Perform such other duties as the Board may direct.
 
118.24, 120.13(1)(b), Wis. Stats
 
Approved/Adopted:  July 13, 2009
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Shari Weinstock,
Aug 3, 2011, 12:46 PM