D-BP01-Employee Communications and Levels of Authority

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EMPLOYEE COMMUNICATIONS AND LEVELS OF AUTHORITY
The Board of Education directs the Superintendent to establish and maintain clear and
regular communication about the working relationships in the District for the benefit of all
personnel.
Levels of direct authority will be approved by the Board and reflected on District
organization charts.
School personnel are expected to refer matters requiring administrative action to the
administrator to whom they are responsible. That administrator will refer such matters to the
next higher administrative authority when necessary. Additionally, all personnel are expected to
keep the person to whom they are immediately responsible informed of their activities by
whatever means the person in charge deems appropriate.
Levels of authority are not intended to restrict the cooperative, sensible working
relationships of all staff members at all levels to develop the best possible school programs and
services. The lines of authority establish the direction of authority and responsibility, but they
also represent avenues for the two-way flow of ideas and communications to improve District
programs and operations.
Board Approved 8/8/11
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