§244.4: Certification of Appraisers of Administrators or Counselors

(a) A person who holds a certificate of one of the following classifications listed in this subsection, or who occupies a position that requires such a certification, is certified to appraise the performance of a counselor or an administrator other than the superintendent: superintendent; administrator; mid-management; principal; or assistant-principal. Each district shall assign one or more appraisers for each counselor or administrator, other than the superintendent, as the district considers appropriate.

(b) An uncertified person designated by the local school district may appraise the performance of an administrator in an area for which certification is not required, including personnel, business, accounting, planning, and research.

(c) The board of trustees may appraise the performance of the superintendent. Certification is not necessary for this purpose.


Source Note: The provisions of this §244.4 adopted to be effective March 1, 1998, 23 TexReg 1022.