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Policy 113 Director of Education Performance Appraisal

Policy Statement

It is the policy of the Upper Grand District School Board that the Board of Trustees will annually evaluate the performance of the Director of Education in meeting the duties under the Education Act, and any policy, guideline or regulation made under the Act, including actions that meet the objectives described in the board’s Multi-Year Plan, Board Improvement Plan for Student Achievement (BIPSA), operational plan and/or other documents as required by legislation, including the implementation of policies, procedures and organizational structures.

Reporting to the Board of Trustees, the Director of Education is responsible for all aspects of the operation, administration, supervision, maintenance and promotion of the board, and the programs and services it offers. The performance appraisal process is intended to:

  • benefit the students and school system
  • assist the board in providing quality educational service
  • foster a strong ongoing relationship between the director and the elected Board based upon common goals and expectations
  • model the importance of, and contribute to, continuous improvement throughout the board
  • provide helpful, concrete and objective feedback to the director to optimize personal development and future performance
  • ensure accountability for the effective leadership and management of the school system
  • recognize the contributions of the director


First adopted:  April 2021
Revision history: November 2021, April 2023