Management and Supervision
There is a table of organization. Lines of authority, relationship, and accountability are defined. Job descriptions and work schedules are regularly reviewed. There is a plan for staff development. Staff appointment and termination practices reflect consistency and freedom of bias. Annual state-of-the-school reports are issued. An up-to-date policies and procedures manual is printed and reviewed annually.
5.1 The school has an organizational chart and is able to effectively describe one in its discussions with evaluators.
5.2 Members of the staff can describe their duties with full understanding; they know what is expected of them; and they know to whom they are accountable.
5.3 The leader of the school is able to identify goals for the school’s improvement/development and describe strategies for their attainment.
5.4 The activities of the school are structured, scheduled, and administered in ways that assure the stability, continuity, and reliability of events such as: Professional Development implementation, staff appointment, and policies and procedures.
5.5 Staff appointment and termination practices reflect consistency and freedom of bias.
5.6 Annual state-of-the-school reports are issued.
5.7 An up-to-date policies and procedures manual is printed and reviewed annually.