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400 Role of and Guiding Principals for Employees

Employees provide a variety of important services for the children of the school district community. They may be teaching or assisting in the classroom, working in the office, maintaining the facilities, driving or repairing the school buses, or cooking lunches. Each employee plays a vital role in providing an equal opportunity for a quality education for students. While the teachers have the most direct impact on the formal instruction of students, all employees have an impact on the school environment by their dedication to their work and their actions. As role models for the students, employees will promote a cooperative, enthusiastic, and supportive learning environment for the students.
The Board’s goal is to obtain and retain qualified and effective employees.  The Board shall have complete discretion to determine the number, the qualifications and the duties of the positions and the school district’s standards of acceptable performance.  It shall be the responsibility of the superintendent to make recommendations to the Board in these areas prior to board action.
Board policies in this series relating to general employees shall apply to employees regardless of their position as a licensed employee, classified employee, substitute or administrator. Board policies relating to licensed employees will apply to positions that require a teaching license or administrator's certificate or other professional license, certificate or endorsement, unless administrative positions are specifically excluded from the policy.  Classified employees' policies included in this series will apply to positions that do not fall within the definition of licensed employee.
Approved: 1994-1995
Reviewed: 2006-2007; November 21, 2011
Revised: November 18, 2013