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3035 CHAIN OF COMMAND – DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION

 

3035

CHAIN OF COMMAND – DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION  

The superintendent shall be in control of all school district operations except as provided by another policy or as otherwise provided by law.  Following is the administrative chain of command working from the lowest level on the chain upward. 

Student Discipline: 

1. Classroom Teacher

2. Principal/Assistant Principal

3. Superintendent

 

Instruction or Curriculum:

1. Teacher

2. Principal/Curriculum Director

3. Superintendent

 

Transportation:

1. Bus Driver

2. Principal/Assistant Principal

3. Superintendent

 

Facilities, Grounds, or Maintenance:

1. Custodial staff

2. Head custodian

3. Principal

4. Superintendent

 

Policy or Handbook:

1. Principal

2. Superintendent

 

Athletics:

1. Coach

2. Athletic/Activities Director

3. Principal

4. Superintendent

 

Personnel:

1. Employee in question

2. Principal

3. Superintendent

 

 

If any matter that is not covered by this policy or if other questions arise, the matter should be referred to the high school principal in the absence of the superintendent.  The high school principal will either address the matter or assign it to another individual for resolution as he or she deems appropriate. 

 

Absent extraordinary circumstances, each matter must be addressed at whatever level the initial action occurred.  If the matter is not resolved, the individual may raise it with the next person on the chain of command.  This policy does not supersede any individual’s right to contact Board members directly.  However, whenever a matter is brought directly to the Board as a whole or to a Board member as an individual, it will be referred to the appropriate individual in the chain of command for study and resolution.  The most effective means of initial communication is a personal conference, e-mail, or telephone conversation.     E-mail addresses and phone numbers can be found on the school district’s website at www.wpcadets.org.

 

 

Adopted on: 09/15/2014

Revised on: 08/08/2016

Reviewed on: ________________________

 

 

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