LCCC Board Begins Self-Evaluation

By Galloway, Kristine | Wyoming Tribune-Eagle (Cheyenne, WY), September 22, 2016 | Go to article overview

LCCC Board Begins Self-Evaluation


Galloway, Kristine, Wyoming Tribune-Eagle (Cheyenne, WY)


Hed : LCCC board begins self-evaluation At a glance The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees is planning to self- evaluate this fall rather than in the spring as it usually would. Trustee Carol Merrell suggested that it would be better to evaluate the board with the standing members, rather than waiting until the board is half-filled with new faces.

Wyoming Tribune Eagle CHEYENNE - The self-evaluation process begins soon for the Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees.

Trustee Carol Merrell suggested to the board at its Wednesday meeting that the board should be evaluating itself in fall rather than spring, as it currently does.

"I think it's important to perform a self-evaluation each year of ourselves, and this year all of us have been together at least two years or more. So I would rather do the evaluation now than wait until the spring when we have new trustees because, frankly, as a new trustee I didn't know that much," Merrell said.

She told the board that she prepared a list of three questions she would like to submit to the trustees for use in the self- evaluation this fall: What are the board's greatest strengths, and what do we do well.

What can the board do better.

Describe briefly two major challenges - excluding the budget - facing the college.

"I'd like those evaluation questions to be answered and sent to either myself or (Board of Trustees secretary Vicki Boreing) in her office by Oct. 10," Merrell said.

She said she would then compile the answers and redistribute them to the trustees.

Mosher said he thought training the board received in a recent session with the Governance Institute for Student Success could be applied well to this process. …

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