The board of school directors shall post the mutually agreed to objective performance standards contained in the contract on the school district’s publicly accessible internet website. Upon completion of the annual performance assessment, the board of school directors shall post the date of the assessment and whether or not the district superintendent has met the agreed-to objective performance standards on the school district’s publicly accessible internet website.
The overall evaluation result will be one of the following: Distinguished, Proficient, Needs Improvement or Failing and will be posted in the fall of each year during the term of employment of the Superintendent.
The following are the objective performance standards as agreed to by Mr. Bill Vonada and the Cranberry Area School District Board of Directors:
Cranberry Area School District
2019 – 2020
Superintendent’s Objective Performance Standards
- Create and Publish a Communication Tool for Taxpayers of the District. The publication will include: Revenues, Taxes, Expenses, Capital Projects/Improvements and Debt.
- Develop and Maintain a Student Performance Plan/Report. The Plan will include Objectives/Action Steps to improve overall student performance, Reporting of student performance on state testing results (PSSA, Keystone Exams, NOCTI Exams), Student growth as measured by established state protocols, performance over time.
- Continue to advance Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) opportunities for students through the PA Rural Robotics Initiative. Outline potential for growth of the program over time.
- Connect reading research to practical strategies and methodologies that will lead to the increase in comprehension and analysis of text for students. Provide professional development and training in Text Dependent Analysis (TDA): Reading Comprehension, Analysis and Essay Writing.