Herbst Faces Performance Evaluation in January

By yager, alicia | Telegraph - Herald (Dubuque), December 17, 2015 | Go to article overview

Herbst Faces Performance Evaluation in January


yager, alicia, Telegraph - Herald (Dubuque)


EAST DUBUQUE, Ill. - East Dubuque School Board members will conduct a performance evaluation of the district superintendent at January's board meeting.

Superintendent Greg Herbst explained at Tuesday's school board meeting that board members have received an evaluation document based on Illinois Association of School Boards' criteria.

"They will compile their perception of my job performance," Herbst said.

The school board and Herbst worked with two facilitators from the association in January to update the antiquated evaluation form, according to Herbst.

The superintendent and the board have been at the center of controversy since that time.

East Dubuque Elementary School Principal Michelle Till lodged a complaint against Herbst in June that prompted the board to place him on paid administrative leave from July 1 to Aug. 17, though board members provided little information at the time about the reasoning behind the move. The decision was met with a large outcry from community members.

An internal school board investigation eventually resulted in a 10-day unpaid suspension for Herbst and cited his failure to conduct performance evaluations for Till since he became superintendent in 2011.

The superintendent evaluation document, a seven-page form, focuses on six leadership standards expected of Herbst, such as developing a vision for the district, sustaining a positive culture for students and staff, and community collaboration. …

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