Policy 6420 - Professional Growth and Development

The Board recognizes that training and study for administrators contributes to skill development necessary to better serve the needs of the District. Each year the Superintendent should develop an administrative in-service program based upon the needs of the District, as well as the needs of individual administrators.

Administrative staff is encouraged to be members of and participate in professional associations. All membership shall be in organizations which have as their major purpose the upgrading of school administration and the improvement of student's learning. Further, each administrator is encouraged to seek the highest level of academic achievement as possible.

Policy History
First Reading: January 27, 2004
Adopted on: April 27, 2004