LaRue County Superintendent Sam Sanders received his evaluation from the School Board Monday night during its regular meeting.
Sanders was evaluated by nine standards on a scale of 0-to-4, zero being unacceptable and four being outstanding. For all standards, Sanders averaged somewhere between two and three (“good” and “excellent”). His highest averages (2.8) were in organizational management, values and ethics of leadership, and student achievement and learning.
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