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STAFFING

PERFORMANCE EVALUATIONS

DCSD has posted information to help employees navigate our various staffing processes. Supervisors and employees can also find helpful resources such as career pathways, how to complete I-9s, and registering for new hire orientation. Visit our HR for Employees intranet site for more information on the Your Career page and Hiring tab.

We firmly believe that the growth and development of all our employees will positively impact our students’ and organizational success. To help develop our employee’s knowledge, skills and abilities, we offer a series of performance management programs and tools to prompt rich, ongoing discussions between supervisors and employees, including helpful feedback designed to improve performance and celebrate accomplishments. In general, our performance evaluations classify employee performance into the following performance categories: highly effective, effective, partially effective, and ineffective. These performance categories then correlate to specific merit increases. Final evaluations and performance ratings are typically conducted toward the end of the school year (or fiscal year) and the respective merit increase takes effect the following school year (or fiscal year).The following links will direct you to the evaluation programs based on your position’s classification: • Licensed Employees - the evaluation process is Continuous Improvement of Teacher Effectiveness (CITE). Visit the PK-12 Education google site, Evaluation tab, for more information. • Building Administrators - the evaluation process is Leadership Effectiveness through Analysis and Data (LEAD). Visit the PK-12 Education google site, Evaluation tab, for more information. • Administrative (non-building), Professional, Technical and Classified Employees - the evaluation process is in Workday. Visit the HR for Employees intranet site, Evaluation tab, for more information.

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Douglas County School District


DCSD 2016-17 Employee Guide