How SuperEval Streamlines the Superintendent Evaluation Process

Step 1:
Annual Goals

The superintendent and school board co-create annual superintendent goals, specific to their district’s growth and improvement, to align the evaluation with performance targets.

Step 2:
Superintendent Self-evaluation

Central to the evaluation process is the Superintendent’s self-evaluation through a practice of reflection and assembling supporting evidence.

Step 3:
Board Review and Evaluation
of the Superintendent

The school board reviews the superintendent’s self-evaluation and conducts their own evaluation(s). The school board has the option of starting an evaluation from a “blank form” or to have the evaluation automatically pre-populated with the superintendent’s rubric responses.

Step 4:
Consolidated Evaluation
Data from the Board

If school board members conduct individual evaluations of the superintendent, SuperEval automatically consolidates all of the school board’s evaluation data into a single evaluation, saving time for the board president by eliminating the need to manually collect this data.

Step 5:
Proposed Board Evaluation;
Final Review and Sign Off

SuperEval compares the school board and superintendent evaluations providing an excellent catalyst for discussion.

At the conclusion of these five steps, the superintendent and school board president apply digital signatures to finalize the evaluation. Once the document is signed, SuperEval generates a legal document such as a FOIL/FOIA version of the superintendent’s evaluation that can be used in response to any formal request pursuant to state laws.