Superintendent Objective Performance Standards & Performance Evaluation
ASSESSMENT OF PERFORMANCE
Performance Expectations, Including Objective Performance Standards.
The performance of the District Superintendent shall be assessed in part against the objective performance standards that have been mutually agreed upon by the Board and the District Superintendent on an annual basis. The Board shall post the mutually agreed upon objective performance standards on the District website and shall also annually post the date of the District Superintendent's annual performance assessment and whether or not the District Superintendent met the agreed-upon objective performance standards. No other information regarding the District Superintendent's performance assessment shall be posted on the District website or in any other manner disclosed by the District unless expressly required to do so by state or federal law. The Board and District Superintendent hereby mutually agree to the objective performance standards which are attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference, and which shall be reviewed and updated as necessary on or before July 1st of each year of this Contract unless another date is mutually agreed upon by the Board and District Superintendent.
Standard 1 - SHARED VISION. An education leader promotes personalized student success by thinking and planning strategically to create and sustain an organizational vision of learning that is shared and supported by the school community.
Standard 2 - CULTURE OF LEARNING. An education leader promotes personalized student success by advocating, nurturing, and sustaining a school culture and instructional program conducive to student learning.
Standard 3 - DECISION MAKING. An education leader promotes personalized student success by accessing and using appropriate data to inform decision making at all levels of the system
Standard 4 – MANAGEMENT. An education leader promotes personalized student success by ensuring management of the resources for a safe, efficient and effective learning environment.
Standard 5 - FAMILY AND COMMUNITY. An education leader promotes personalized student success by collaborating, communicating, engaging and empowering others inside and outside of the organization to pursue excellence in learning.
Standard 6 – ETHICS. An education leader promotes the personalized student success by operating in a fair and equitable manner with personal and professional integrity.
Standard 7 – ADVOCACY. An education leader promotes personalized student success by advocating for children and public education in the larger political, social, economic, legal and cultural context.
Standard 8 - PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL GROWTH. An education leader promotes the personalized student success by supporting professional growth of self and others through practice and inquiry.
Standard 9 - OBJECTIVE PERFORMANCE STANDARDS. Section 1073.1 of the Public School Code of 1949 provides that “the employment contract for a district superintendent shall include objective performance standards mutually agree to in writing by the board of school directors and the district superintendent.” The objective performance standards may be based upon the following: 1) achievement of annual measurable objectives established by the school district; 2) achievement on the PSSA and/or Keystone Exams; 3) student growth as measured by PVAAS; 4) attrition or graduation rates; 5) financial management standards; 6) standards of operational excellence; or 7) any additional criteria deemed relevant and mutually agreed to by the board and district superintendent
In July of 2023, the Kiski Area School Board completed a Superintendent Performance Evaluation for Dr. Misty Slavic for the 2022 - 2023 school year.
All Objective Performance Standards were met.
Dr. Slavic received a performance rating of Proficient, resulting in a final rating of Satisfactory.