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Glenbard Township High School District 87
Policy 3:50

General School Administration

Administrative Personnel Other Than the Superintendent

Duties and Authority

District administrative and supervisory positions are established by the Board of Education in accordance with State law and regulations. This policy applies to all administrators other than the Superintendent, including without limitation, Building Principals. The general duties and authority of each administrative or supervisory position are approved by the Board of Education, upon the Superintendent's recommendation, and contained in the respective position's job description.

Qualifications

All administrative personnel shall be appropriately licensed and have appropriate endorsements issued by the State License Board and such other qualifications as specified in the position's job descriptions.

Evaluation

The performance of all administrative personnel will be evaluated by the Superintendent or a designee; the Superintendent shall make employment and salary recommendations to the Board of Education.

Administrators shall annually present evidence to the Superintendent of professional growth through attendance at educational conferences, additional schooling, in-service training and through participation in the general development and improvement of the school program.

Administrative Work Year

The administrator's work year shall be the same as the District's fiscal year, July 1 through June 30, unless otherwise stated in the employment agreement. In addition to legal holidays, the administrators shall have vacation periods as approved by the Superintendent. All administrators shall be available for work when their services are necessary.

Compensation and Benefits

The Board and each administrator shall enter into an employment agreement that complies with Board policy and State law. The terms of an individual employment contract, when in conflict with this policy, will control.

The Board of Education will consider the Superintendent's recommendations when setting compensation for administrators. These recommendations should be presented to the Board of Education in a timely manner.

Unless stated otherwise in individual employment contracts, all benefits and leaves of absence available to teaching personnel are available to administrative personnel.


LEGAL REF: 105 ILCS 5/10-21.4a, 5/10-23.8a, 5/10-23.8b, 5/21B, and 5/24A.
                    23 Ill.Admin.Code §§1.310, 1.705, and 50.300; and Parts 25 and 29.
        
CROSS REF:      3:60 (Administrative Responsibility of the Building Principal), 5:30 (Hiring Process and Criteria), 5:250 (Leaves of Absence






ADOPTED:    December 8, 1997

REVIEWED:   September 19, 2005

REVIEWED:   June 10, 2013

REVISED:      June 24, 2013

REVIEWED:   July 20, 2015

REVISED:      September 14, 2015