CLAREMONT – The SAU 6 School Board agreed Wednesday night to implement a new evaluation process that will give a better indication of the job done by the district’s superintendent. According to the Eagle Times, the evaluation process was created by board chair Becky Ferland, with help from the National Superintendent Association’s website. The new evaluation now includes measurable indicators that provides clear evidence for the board’s assessment.
The board said during Wednesday night’s meeting that it plans to complete Superintendent Dr. Middleton McGoodwin’s evaluation in March, prior to school board elections.
Board members agreed to create a new evaluation process after members of the public questioned the board during McGoodwin’s most recent contract negotiations.
The school board will next meet on October 20, with the city’s 2016-17 budget topping the agenda.