School Board Evaluations — Simplified
Online School Board Evaluations
For school boards, SuperEval is so much more than an evaluation tool. SuperEval takes the evaluation process a step further in that the system can be used to help boards determine key areas of focus and improvement. The result is a board working toward the same goals.
The School Board Evaluation Process:
Step 1: Board Self-Evaluation
Each board member completes a school board self-evaluation.
Step 2: Board Self-Evaluation Data
The school board self-evaluation data is collated for analysis. For each competency, the school board can review the responses by collective average, individual board member, the highest rated competencies, and the lowest rated competencies. This provides an excellent catalyst for discussions celebrating the strengths of the board and also the perceived areas of need for development.
Step 3: Identify School Board Goals
Based on the self-evaluation data, the school board develops board goals.
Step 4: Monitor Board Goals & Determine Results
The school board documents the progress towards meeting the board goals. At the conclusion of this process, the school board determines if the goals were effectively met.
Begin a New Cycle
Once complete, the school board can begin a new self-evaluation cycle. In the next cycle, it is the intention of this process that the school board competencies that were once an area of development are now an identified area of strength. This follows the SuperEval models of reflection, continuous improvement, and growth.