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11/23/20129:21 PMView Responses
11/21/2012 5:40 PMView Responses
11/21/2012 11:26 AMView Responses
I’m not sure what decisions are whose anymore. It appears the board makes
more and more.
11/21/2012 8:38 AMView Responses
Absolutely. Our administrators are educated, caring, dedicated professionals,
and they seem to be silenced by our Board. Their opinions/input are not asked
for or valued.
11 /20/2012 10:40 PMView Responses
11/20/2012 10:16 PMView Responses
11/20/2012 9:55 PMView Responses
11/20/2012 9:03 PMView Responses
11/20/2012 5:57 PMView Responses
Yes, they do micromanage.You should trust the people that you hire to do their jobs.
11/20/2012 11:20 AMView Responses
In some cases yes. When it comes to educational decisions, they should defer
to the people with more experience and expertise in that area.
11/19/2012 9:39 PiVlView Responses
I feel the decisions should have administrative input.
11/19/2012 8:42 PMView Responses
11/19/2012 8:22 PMView Responses
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11/19/20125:51 PMView Responses
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11/19/2012 1:50 PiVlView Responses
II /19/20″2 11.25 AMView Responses Yes, most of the time. 11/19/2012 8:49 AMView Responses YES!
11/19/2012 8:38 AM.View Responses
11/19/2012 8.28 AMView Responses
I feel the administration should be involved in the decision making and I don’t know that they are.
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11/19/2012 7:49 AMView Responses
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11/19/2012 7:43 AMView Responses
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11 /18/2012 9:52 P MView Responses I do not have an opinion
11/18/2012 9:34 PMView Responses
Sometimes. I wish the board would have more trust in our administration.
11 /18/2012 8:15 PMView Responses
11/18/2012 8:04 PMView Responses
11/18/2012 7:31 PMView Responses
Yes, and this shouldn’t be the case.
11/18/20126:55 PMView Responses
11/18/2012 6:37 PMView Responses
11/18/2012 5:59 PMView Responses
Yes. Administrators are trained in Education. They understand in a way that the
board cannot unless they have worked in the schools. I think an administrators
viewpoint should be more valued than a board members.
11/18/2012 4:52 PMView Responses
11/18/2012 4:40 PMView Responses
They micromanage and have an over paid superintendent that is their puppet!
11/18/2012 4:06 PMView Responses
I believe our principals have a better understanding of the work ethic of the teachers. I do not think that Chris Joch truly knows the hours and commitment of his staff. The school board seems to be obtuse to the hours of dedication employees put in.
11/18/20124:05 PMView Responses
11/18/20122:51 PMView Responses
I1 /18/201212:5? AMView Responses yes
11/18/2012 12:40 AMView Responses
11 /18/2012 12:27 AMView Responses
11/18/2012 11:15 AMView Responses
11/18/2012 11:14 AMView Responses
Yes I do feel that way.
11 /18/201210:17 AMView Responses
Yes, the admin team are masters of their craft. They have dedicated their lives
to education and they should be respected as such.
11/18/2012 9:55 AMView Responses
11/18/2012 9:28 AMView Responses
11/18/2012 7:09 AMView Responses
11 /17/2012 11:59 PMView Responses
11/17/2012 10:32 PMView Responses
Yes. Administration should have more say, as they’re the ones working in the
schools and with the school staff on a daily basis. They have more
understanding of the educational world.
11/17/2012 8:22 PsVIView Responses
11/17/2012 7:46 PMView Responses
11/17/2012 7:19 PfvlView Responses
11/17/2012 6:42 PMView Responses
11/17/2012 5:27 PMView Responses
Yes, very much so
11/17/2012 5:05 PiVlView Responses
11/17/20124:34 PMView Responses
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11/17/2012 4:00 PiVlView Responses
I have always felt that our school board “micro manages”. An example was when purchasing textbooks they should defer to the teachers in the field and not try to push what they want onto the district. I was hard to listen to someone that was not in the educational field talk about what he liked about the textbooks and not take the recommendations of the professionals.
11/17/2012 3 – 52 PMView Responses
11/17/2012 3:24 PMView Responses
Yes! The calendar and staffing positions should be decided by the
administration, they are the ones with the training in the area.
11/17/2012 2:44 PMView Responses
11 /17/2012 1:40 PMView Responses
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11/17/2012 12:59 AMView Responses
I feel the decisions that are being made should be joint decisions with the teachers, school board, and administrators.
11/17/2012 12:53 AMView Responses Yes
I1 /17/2012 12:18 AMView Responses Sometimes.
11/17/201212:15 AMView Responses no
11/17/2012 11:55 AMView Responses
11/17/2012 10:51 AMView Responses
Yes, but I also feel administration is too scared to speak up for what is best for
their teachers and the students. No one is really advocating or speaking up that
this is not okay. It starts from top down. They keep doing everything they are
being told, and this does not help. They need to rally together to say we will not
stand for this. Instead of running around rapidly filling out walkabout forms,
maybe take a minute to stop in classrooms and actually interact with the
students. There is a new philosophy. To come stand in people’s rooms and stare
at people or keep writing everything they say is just weird, ackward, and very
uncomfortable. When can we start shadowing the school board and
administration and doing some evaluations as well?
11/17/2012 7:50 AMView Responses
Yes, then I would hope they would be more informed about educational
practices and realities
11/17/2012 7:49 AMView Responses
11 /17/2012 7:44 AiVlView Responses
yes- they have no idea what we do daily- they ASSUME
11/17/2012 6:57 AiVlView Responses
11/17/2012 6:50 AMView Responses
yes, they (mostly that idiot Jensen), love to micromanage.
11/17/2012 6:41 AMView Responses
11 /17/2012 4:59 AMView Responses
11/16/2012 10:09 PMView Responses