|Published: 8:42 AM, 06/18/2012
||Last updated: 8:45 AM, 06/18/2012
Author: Jessica Cross
Source: The Monroe County Advocate
MADISONVILLE-The Monroe County Board of
Education voted to extend Director of Schools Mike Lowry's contract
on Thursday night after high remarks on his annual performance
Of the six categories in the
performance review, Lowry averaged more than 3.8 overall on the
"He ran pretty average on all the
items," said Chairman Larry Stein, noting that Lowry still had
three years left on the current contract.
Lowry was evaluated on the following
categories: Board relationships (average score of 3.9), community
relationships (average score of 3.9), staff and personal
relationships (average score of 3.77), facilities and finance (average score of 4), vision (average score of 3.83) and student
achievement (average score of 3.92).
The scores for Lowry's evaluation were
actually higher than his last performance evaluation, completed in
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