You are here: Home About APS Policies and Procedural Directives Policies Old Policies BB3 - Superintendent's Evaluation - April 2001 Revision

BB3 - Superintendent's Evaluation - April 2001 Revision

An effective working relationship between the Board of Education and the Superintendent is essential to the successful operation of the District. The development and maintenance of such a relationship may be assisted by a periodic review of the Superintendent's diverse responsibilities accompanied by an appraisal of the Superintendent's performance.

The Board will annually evaluate the Superintendent in compliance with New Mexico State Statutes and the State Board of Education's Educational Standards.

Based on a process and criteria that are mutually agreeable to the Board and the Superintendent, the Board will evaluate the Superintendent's effectiveness. The evaluation document and procedures to be used will be reviewed and approved annually by the Board and the Superintendent.

The schedule for evaluation will be outlined in the Superintendent's employment contract.

Legal Ref.: 22-5-4 NMSA 1978 (1989 Repl.)

Board Policy Cross Ref.:

NSBA/NEPN Classification: CBI

Approved: October 17, 1990
Revised: February 20, 1996
Revised: April 2001

Document Actions
APS Continues to Make Gains in Graduation Rates
The 2017 graduation rate for Albuquerque Public Schools increased by nearly two percentage points.
What #ADayInSchool Looks Like
CCHS, CNM & NACA: A Great Collaboration
We recently broke ground on an educational facility that will serve as home to APS' College & Career High School, the Native American Community Academy and CNM teaching programs.
Meet Selfless Senior Zach Marshall
We continue to introduce the 2018 Selfless Seniors who will be recognized the Gold Bar Gala on April 27.
Student of the Week Mariana Eliz Pedroza
4th grader at Coronado Elementary School