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Support Employee Evaluation Training: How to Complete the Beginning of the Year Form. December 10 th , 2012. Topics. Support Employee Evaluations The process Your role Your Evaluation Toolkit Support Performance Website Evaluations Forms Leader’s Guide Key Takeaways.

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Support Employee Evaluation Training:

How to Complete the Beginning of the Year Form

December 10th , 2012


Topics
Topics

  • Support Employee Evaluations

    • The process

    • Your role

  • Your Evaluation Toolkit

    • Support Performance Website

    • Evaluations Forms

    • Leader’s Guide

  • Key Takeaways



What is a formal evaluation
What is a formal evaluation?


Performance evaluation
Performance Evaluation

A process that assesses an individual employee’s job performance and productivity in relation to certain goals or objectives that have been established.


The purpose of a performance evaluation
The Purpose of a Performance Evaluation

  • Encourage communication about job performance

    • Quality and quantity of work accomplished

    • Goals for school year

    • Goals for improvement

    • Next steps for personal/professional development



The process
The Process

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March

May



Your role in the evaluation
Your Role in the Evaluation

  • Spend time observing the employees within your department

  • Think about their work and development progress

  • Determine areas they could improve upon

  • Prepare for a conversation with the employee

    • Ask questions, be engaged, and be ready to do the necessary development work


Performance evaluation is not a once a year activity

Performance evaluation is not a once-a-year activity.




Non instructional employees do impact student achievement
Non-Instructional Employees DO Impact Student Achievement


  • Account Clerks

  • Clerical/Administrative Staff

  • Monitors

  • Para-Professionals-all types

  • Plant Managers

  • Teacher’s Assistants

  • Custodians/Assistant Custodians

  • Food Service Manager

  • Food Service WorkersAll Central Office Staff


Who completes the Observations / Evaluations?


  • School Food Service Manager

    • Food Service Technicians


  • Transportation willbe doing theseevaluations

    • Bus Drivers

    • Bus Monitors

    • Crossing Guards


    When will you evaluate them?

    Beginning of the Year: due by Jan. 15th

    Mid Year: March 1st – March 15th

    End of Year: May 8th – May 24th

    May 29th : Last Day for observations for Clerical and Custodians

    June 7th : All Year-End reviews have been reviewed and completed for Clerical & Custodians.



    • Goal Setting

      • Observations / Feedback

    • Mid-Year Review

      • Observation / Feedback

    • Year End Review

    CONSTANT communication is the key to a successful performance evaluation





    We are spotlighting Support Employees from around the district. These were recommended by their supervisor. Keep up the good work!

    Support Spotlight


    Let’s take a look at the Beginning of the

    Year Form


    NEXT STEPS…

    Beginning of the Year: Dec. 11th – Jan. 15th

    • Review the Support Performance Website

    • Schedule Meetings with each employee

    • Complete the Beginning of the Year Form


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