KINGSPORT — Kingsport Superintendent of Schools Lyle Ailshie has made the city school board’s honor roll.
But at least one board member believes the central office may be working too hard and need some off time to recharge.
Ailshie, who joined the city system March 21, 2011, received a more than 3.628 mean score out of a 4 on his overall school board evaluation this year, which is about a 91 percent approval rating.
He received a 3.48 for meeting system goals, 3.695 for observation and perception data, a 3.715 for student performance measures and a 3.625 for employee perceptions.
On the scale, a 1 was unsatisfactory, and he got no 1s; 2, job standard partly met; 3, job standard met; and 4, job standard exceeded.
“Overall, it’s an excellent evaluation,” said City Attorney Mike Billingsley, who compiled the 11-page summary results and was impressed with a 3.85 score on the “integrity, fairness and ethics” category.For an expanded version of this article, please see Sunday's print edition or our expanded electronic edition.