Article 9-2.1 |

For the 2012-2013 School Year |

Performance ratings shall be distributed at the work location on or before September 30. Said performance ratings shall indicate the final grade for the performance rating period ending in June.

Whenever, in the opinion of the principal or head administrator, the service of a PSRP is considered unsatisfactory, the following procedures occur:

  1. The principal or head administrator of the school or unit notifies the PSRP in writing stating the reasons for the unsatisfactory rating and offering suggestions, resources if available and assistance to the PSRP for improving services. This notification is given to the PSRP in a private conference, and a copy of the notification is sent to the Director of Employee Engagement.
  2. If the principal or head administrator believes that the work of the PSRP is still unsatisfactory, after at least thirty school days following the issuance of the notice of unsatisfactory service, the principal or head administrator sends a letter to the Director of Employee Engagement notifying the Director of Employee Engagement of this unsatisfactory service. A copy of this letter shall be distributed to the PSRP and to the UNION by the Director of Employee Engagement.
  3. The Director of Employee Engagement shall schedule a conference with the PSRP and the principal or head administrator and shall notify the UNION of the date of the conference. At this conference, the Director of Employee Engagement and the principal or head administrator shall give positive suggestions for improvement to the PSRP. The UNION may be present at the conference.

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