Policy - GBL

POLICY: GBL

EFFECTIVE DATE: 5/2/18

CANCELS SHEET DATED: 11/9/77

REVIEWED BY POLICY COMMITTEE: 4/10/18

 

 

PERSONNEL RECORDS

 

For the benefit of each professional person and the District, a Teacher Record shall be maintained in the Superintendent’s Office. Data collected is to be made available to the teacher, pertinent administrators, and Directors (when acting for the Board). The contents are to be confidential and any other examination or release thereof shall be initiated only by individual request of the teacher.

It is recommended that the following guidelines be included:

 

CRITERIA I EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

1.) Has State Certification and appropriate degree from an accredited institution

2.) Has achieved satisfactorily in all subjects which pertain to the specific teaching area

 

CRITERIA II EXPERIENCE/BACKGROUND

1.) Has taught in classroom and other settings

2.) Has had less formal experiences working with children

3.) Has had experience in subject areas

4.) Has special interests and other qualifications that can be tapped

 

CRITERIA III ACADEMIC AND SOCIAL PROGRESS OF STUDENTS AS MONITORED OVER SEVERAL YEARS

1.) Has established a pattern of consistently successful student scores on correctly administered standardized tests

2.) Has effectively used the results of all formal tests and measurements to modify teaching approaches and/or to enlist the assistance of specialists when necessary

3.) Has established, according to what is expected of the age group of students, a satisfactory pattern of growth in social and attitudinal stability

4.) Hass effectively used reports on student social growth to modify teaching and classroom management techniques, and to find other assistance necessary for student progress

 

CRITERIA IV PROFESSIONAL GROWTH AND ATTITUDE

1.) Has continued formal professional education to meet and exceed State certification requirements

2.) Has participated during the year in activities of the professional through such vehicles as active membership in professional associations, writing for publication in related areas, workshops or classes designed or taught for other professionals, planned travel intended to improve the instructional role, and membership in committees or task forces beyond the District which foster public school educational goals

3.) Has voluntarily and regularly participated in District and school-sponsored activities which are in addition to the classroom assignment

4.) Has participated in District and school efforts to improve curriculum and community/school relations and other school operations

5.) Has an attendance record which reflects willingness to be at work the maximum number of school days

6.) Has indicated a willingness to contribute to class preparation and student contact beyond the daily routine

7.) Has satisfied the supervisor who has determined, with input from other staff, the accepted standards for grooming, dress, and decorum

 

CRITERIA V ADMINISTRATION EVALUATION

1.) Has copies of the results of the current process and procedure

2.) Has followed up on prescriptions for self-improvement

 

CRITERIA VI COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION

1.) Active community participation

 

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