- While rotating the Principals has produced positive change for the schools, it is also important that change be balanced with stability for students, parents, teachers and staff involved in the rotation. Therefore, when possible, elementary Principals shall be assigned to a school for no less than ten years so that children shall preferably have no more than two Principals while in the same elementary school.
The rotation of the hall Principals shall also be made, when possible, so that secondary children will have no more than two Principals while in the same secondary school.
- The rotation may be implemented over a multi-year period.
- The Superintendent shall consult with the elementary Principals about their preferences before making assignments. In the case of the secondary schools, the Principal shall consult with the hall Principals.
- The rotation will be planned in time for Principals to participate in the budget planning and staffing for their new schools or halls.
April 25, 1994
February 24, 1997