BLOUNTVILLE — Sullivan County Director of Schools Jubal Yennie is just short of “exceptional,” according to the county school board.
Yennie received a cumulative BOE evaluation score of 3.97 on a scale of 1 to 5, which is just short of an exceptional 4.
County Board of Education Chairman Dan Wells during a work session last week released the composite of the scores the seven-member BOE gave Yennie on 19 performance standards across six domains. The board will consider Yennie’s employment contract and a 1.6 Consumer Price Index raise at its Monday meeting.
Board policy establishes an evaluation of the director is to include a summary of annual goals in a year-end report as of June 30, a feedback from principals and central office staff and the school board’s rating.
Scores were 5 distinguished, 4 exceptional, 3 accomplished, 2 proficient and 1 developing. The central office staff and principals already have evaluated Yennie in a different form.
Yennie’s highest score was two 4.4 scores in instruction leadership performance standards, his lowest was on communication and community relation performance standard with a 3.3. The board is to vote Monday on a pay increase, based on the Consumer Price Index going up 1.6 percent, from $129,654 to $131,728.
Click here for a link to the BOE evaluation of Yennie.
See Monday's print edition for an expanded version of this story.
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