From the Denver Post 2-5-14: Jeffco dropout, graduation rates improving – JeffCo’s on-time graduation rate climbed to 81.5%, higher than the state average of 76.9%. This is part of a state-wide trend. JeffCo credits partnering with outside agencies in helping address many of the root causes.
The meeting was a relatively quiet and quick affair.
2.01 – Superintendent Succession Plan
The succession plan requires that there be at least two people who could keep the District running if Cindy Stevenson were suddenly unavailable. She confirmed that there were four people who could do so.
2.02 – Evaluation of Superintendent Search Firm Proposals
Four companies responded to the RFP for a search firm. One of the fours submission was non-responsive by the staff and was eliminated. The other three firms are: Continue reading
A Special Board meeting has been called for Feb. 5th in Conference Room 4E at the Education Center. The original agenda calls for a review of the responses to the RFP for a firm to search for a new Superintendent. Witt has added to the agenda a review of the Superintendent Emergency Succession (EL-09). This is to be reviewed once per year and was last reviewed September of 2013. Why he wants to review it right now is unknown.