SuperEval Blog

Case Study: Randolph Academy

April 28th, 2018

Executive Summary Lori DeCarlo, superintendent at Randolph Academy, and her school board always invested quite a bit of time and effort in her Superintendent evaluation process. DeCarlo’s former evaluation process focused on up to 10 goals at one time. With SuperEval, DeCarlo has narrowed her focus to three or four goals. DeCarlo reports, “SuperEval has […]

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Case Study: Pine Valley Central Schools

February 13th, 2018

Executive Summary Scott Payne, superintendent of Pine Valley Central Schools in Chautauqua County, N.Y., desired a way to navigate the enormous amount of paperwork involved in evaluations. He had previous experience working with PLS 3rd Learning (the company that developed SuperEval), while in a former district, so Payne was eager to give SuperEval a shot. […]

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Case Study: Batavia City School District

January 18th, 2018

Executive Summary Christopher Dailey, superintendent of schools for the Batavia City School District in Batavia, N.Y., looked to streamline his district’s superintendent evaluation process. The former procedure changed from year-to-year and required the superintendent to provide a great deal of information to the board. Dailey found SuperEval at a conference and brought it back to […]

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SuperEval Case Study: Charles Leichner

November 14th, 2017

Executive Summary Charles Leichner, the superintendent at the Cassadaga Valley Central School, realized his school district’s evaluation process had remained unchanged for over a decade. One of the main issues was that their process lacked a rubric, making feedback from board members subjective. While Leichner and the board members had a great dialogue and rapport, […]

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