• Personnel Performance Evaluation Council (1338 Council)

     

    Purpose:

    In an effort to align our current system of supervision and evaluation for licensed personnel with Senate Bill 10-191 “Educator Effectiveness” signed into law in 2010, Cherry Creek Schools renewed our “1338 council.”

    The “1338 Council” serves in an advisory capacity to the Board of Education as to the fairness, effectiveness, credibility, and professional quality of the licensed personnel performance evaluation system and its processes and procedures and shall conduct a continuous evaluation of the said system. This council, at a minimum, needs to consist of: one teacher, one administrator, one principal in the District, one parent with a child in the District, and one resident of  the District who does not have a child in the District.

     

    1338 Committee Members:

    • Norm Alerta, Director of Assessment and Evaluation
    • Hannah Bornhurst, CCSD Parent
    • Andy Burns, West Middle School Teacher
    • Karena Cooper, Ponderosa Elementary School Teacher
    • Lakysha Dixon, Village East Elementary School Teacher
    • Kasey Ellis, Cherry Creek Education Association Vice President
    • Ron Garcia y Ortiz, Horizon Community Middle School Principal
    • Lucy Giniewski, Data Analyst - Human Resources
    • Julie Jaeger, Director of Human Resources
    • Keli Kinsella, STEM and Innovation Coach
    • Ron Lee, Director of Mental Health
    • Laura Piatcheck, Community Member
    • Rachel Ravin-Whetzel, Cherokee Trail High School Teacher
    • Pam Sippel, Cherokee Trail High School Teacher
    • Courtney Smith, Student Learning and Assessment Specialist
    • Amber Sorg, Director of Instruction and Educator Effectiveness
    • Tina Suneja, CCSD Parent

     

    Meeting Information:

    1338 Committee Presentation October 28, 2018

     

  • Colorado State Law 22-9-107 (C.R.S. 22-9-107)

    Colorado State Law 22-9-107, C.R.S. 22-9-107.  

    School district personnel performance evaluation councils - duties.               

     
    Statute text 

    1. Every school district and board of cooperative services in the state subject to the provisions of this article shall have an advisory school district personnel performance evaluation council or advisory board of cooperative services personnel performance evaluation council, which shall, at a minimum, consist of the following members to be appointed by the local board of education or board of cooperative services: 

      1. In the case of a school district, one teacher, one administrator, and one principal from the school district; one resident from the school district who is a parent of a child attending a school within said district; and one resident of the school district who is not a parent with a child in the district; or 

      2. In the case of a board of cooperative services, one teacher, one administrator, and one principal representative of the school district or districts participating in the board of cooperative services; one person employed by the board of cooperative services who is defined as licensed personnel pursuant to section 22-9-103 (1.5); one resident who is a parent of a child attending a school within said district or districts; and one resident representative of the school district or districts participating in the board of cooperative services who is not a parent with a child in said district or districts.

    2. Said council shall consult with the local board or board of cooperative services as to the fairness, effectiveness, credibility, and professional quality of the licensed personnel performance evaluation system and its processes and procedures and shall conduct a continuous evaluation of said system. 
    3. The council for a school district may be composed of any other school district committee having proper membership, as defined in subsection (1) of this section. 

     

    History 

    Source: L. 84: Entire article added, p. 588, 1, effective May 14. L. 92: Entire section amended, p. 474, 7, effective April 29. L. 2000: (1)(b) and (2) amended, p. 1853, 47, effective August 2.

Last Modified on November 28, 2018