Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent Evaluations
PA School Code, Section 1073.1, requires formal written performance assessments
of the District Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent.
objective performance standards may be based upon the following: 1) achievement of annual measurable
objectives established by the school district; 2) achievement on the PSSA
and/or Keystone Exams; 3) student growth as measured by PVAAS; 4) attrition or
graduation rates; 5) financial management standards; 6) standards of operational
excellence; 7) any additional criteria deemed relevant and mutually agreed to
by the Board and district superintendent.
Dr. Logue-Belden and Mrs. Barnes’ objective performance standards:
The superintendent and
assistant superintendent will expand initiatives such as, but not limited
to: digital literacy; innovations/STEM,
curriculum development (science), and professional learning opportunities
Review the 1:1 initiative
at the Middle School and expand to the High School
Raise expectations &
accountability through observations, evaluations, improvement plans, and
professional development to address staff deficiencies
Monitor the 339 career
& college readiness for students, expanding opportunities for students.
learning and digital convergence for the students and staff of DLSD.