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7.62.P.1 Steps in the Support Staff Evaluation Process
PROCEDURE PROCEDURE
Self-Analysis
 

  • All classified employees are required to perform a self-analysis.
     
  • No later than eight weeks from the beginning of each school year or classified employee's date of hire each classified staff member will complete and submit the Self-Analysis from to their supervisor.

Performance Evaluation
 
  • The Classified employee performance evaluation must e completed for the following purposes:
     
    • 90-Day Performance Evaluation
       
      • A performance evaluation for each classified member shall be completed no later than ninety (90) days after the first day of work or when a current employee changes title, page change, and/or resigning of a job description).
         
      • A 90-day performance evaluation for each classified member is a one-time evaluation after being hired for that fiscal year or when a current employee changes essential job functions and job responsibilities.
         
      • A Classified member may be placed on Performance Improvement Plan (PIP) based on the 90-day performance evaluation.
         
    • Annual Review
       
      • The direct supervisor and/or the ite or department administrator and/or designee will meet with each employee to discuss the employee's self-analysis, evaluation, and future expectations.
         
      • Supervisors may evaluate an employee at any time throughout the year.
         
  • The original evaluation will be placed in the employee's personnel file and/or maintained in the online evaluation system.
     
  • The Classified employee performance evaluation process applies the following four-tier rating scale to determine the level of performance as it relates to the identified performance factors:
     
    • Distinguished
       
    • Proficient
       
    • Basic
       
    • Unsatisfactory
       
  • A support staff member's performance is deemed inadequate and shall be placed on a Performance Improvement Plan (PIP) if:
     
    • The classified staff member receives one or more performance factors rated (marked) Unsatisfactory
       
    • The classified staff member receives four or more performance factors rated (marked) Basic
       
  • The PIP is effective immediately upon delivery to the employee.
     
    • A review process will be included in the PIP to ensure feedback is provided within an identified timeline.