POLICY MANUAL

Superintendent's Personnel Advisory Committee - Policy BGZ-R

The Superintendent's Personnel Advisory Committee will meet each year to insure effective communication within the division. These meetings are for the purpose of discussing specific interests, concerns, and initiatives which affect the school division. The committee will be tasked with specific projects and problem-solving initiatives.

The selection of members for the Superintendent's Personnel Advisory Committee requires the assistance of the building principals and several other supervisory personnel. Principals and other supervisory personnel will invite their respective staffs or groups to select the representative(s) for the committee. Membership for the Superintendent's Personnel Advisory Committee will include:

one representative from each building/employee group

elementary school
secondary school
transportation - bus driver
transportation - mechanic
food services
custodial staff
nurses/health assistants
teacher assistants
principal - elementary
principal - secondary
secretarial staff (from administration building)
LAUREL Regional School
Alternative Education Programs

three representatives from

Lynchburg Education Association (determined by LEA president)

Questions associated with improvements to instructional programs, curriculum development, and professional development needs will be discussed during those meetings. Questions or suggestions about ways in which to help employees complete tasks more efficiently or in some way improve the work environment should also be submitted. Those items should be submitted at least one week in advance of the meeting to the Director of Personnel.

Questions and concerns related to school policies, procedures, and operations should be sent to the Clerk of the school board. Answers to those questions and concerns will be provided in the weekly Superintendent's Preview.

Meetings will occur in the Board Room at the School Administration Building beginning at 3:45 p.m. The Superintendent will establish the meeting dates at the beginning of each school year. When scheduling events and activities, principals should ensure that the activities do not coincide with these meetings.

Following each meeting, committee members, school board members, and principals will receive a summary of the discussions that occur at these meetings. In addition, summaries will be transmitted across the wide-area network for public access. Principals and supervisory personnel should post these summaries for employee review following each meeting.

Adopted: June 17, 2014
 

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