Bracken County Schools Certified Evaluation Plan

KDE Website Resource:  
Kentucky Framework for Teaching (KyFft) and Specialist Framework website
Teacher

The Kentucky Framework for Teaching (KyFfT) is a foundational document for Kentucky educators. The research-based components of instruction were adapted from Charlotte Danielson’s Framework for Teaching (2012), are aligned to the INTASC standards, and are grounded in a constructivist view of learning and teaching. 

The KyFfT divides the complex activity of teaching into multiple standards clustered into four domains of teaching responsibility:

1. Planning and Preparation
2. Classroom Environment
3. Instruction
4. Professional Responsibilities

The Framework provides the critical rubric for educator growth and evaluation, detailing the concrete descriptions of practice associated with the four domains.

The KyFfT complements the Kentucky Academic Standards (KAS), KDE’s Characteristics of Highly Effective Teaching and Learning (CHETL), and the Kentucky Teacher Standards.

Other Professional

The Kentucky Framework for Teaching: Specialist Frameworks for Other Professionals are designed for the unique professional responsibilities of these specialists. Each framework consists of research-based sets of components of practice that are consistent with the Kentucky Framework for Teaching. Like the KyFfT, instructional practices are divided into multiple standards clustered into four domains of responsibility: 

1. Planning and Preparation
2. The Environment
3. Delivery of Service
4. Professional Responsibilities

Principal/Assistant Principal

Growth and Evaluation for Principals:  District certified evaluation plans should reflect and support Kentucky's commitment of every school being led by an effective leader.  Local plans should be designed to catalyze professional growth and create a fair and equitable system to promote and measure the effectiveness of school leaders by:

  • providing a basis for leadership improvement through productive principal performance appraisal and professional growth
  • encouraging collaboration between the principal and superintendent
  • promoting self-growth, leadership effectiveness, and improvement of the principal’s overall job performance 

The Performance Standards provide school administrators with a clear understanding of what it means to be effective.

KDE Website Resource:  

Principal-Partnership Resource- P3                           Growth and Evaluation of Principals

 

 

Evaluation Resource Information

Bracken County Schools Certified Evaluation

Certified Evaluation Plan Updated for 2018-2019

ALL other links contained below are in the process of being updated for the approved 2018-2019 CEP and have been left for reference purposes until they are updated!

The following are TPGES and OPGES shared
Certified Evaluation Plan documents:

TPGES/OPGES Evaluation Checklist- Used by principal and/or teacher to record keep for the school year certified evaluation plan documentation.

TPGES/OPGES Professional Growth and Action Plan- Completed and approved within the first 45 days instructional days.

TPGES/OPGES PGP goal resource document

Pre-Observation Document- Completed before a scheduled observation.

Post-Observation Document- Completed within five (5) school days after an observation.

Peer Observation Documentation form- Optional, may be used as PGP evidence.

TPGES/OPGES Summative Evaluation form- Completed for all non-tenure teachers and summative year three (3) teachers annually by May 1st.

Individual Corrective Action Plan (ICAP) Documents

Certified Appeals Form

The following are TPGES only
Certified Evaluation Plan documents:

TPGES self-reflection form- Completed and approved within the first 45 days instructional days.

TPGES Professional Growth Plan Example-  sample

Teacher Formative Evaluation form- Completed for a teacher evaluation (full observation and/or other).

 

The following are OPGES only
Certified Evaluation Plan documents:

Counselor self-reflection form- Completed and approved within the first 45 days instructional days.

Counselor Formative Evaluation form- Completed for a teacher evaluation (full evaluation and/or other).

Librarian self-reflection form- Completed and approved within the first 45 days instructional days.

Librarian Formative Evaluation form- Completed for a teacher evaluation (full evaluation and/or other).

OPGES Professional Growth Plan Example-  sample

Speech and OT self-reflection form- Completed and approved within the first 45 days instructional days.

Speech and OT Formative Evaluation form- Completed for a teacher evaluation (full evaluation and/or other).

 

The following are PPGES only
Certified Evaluation Plan documents:

PPGES self-reflection and Professional Growth Plan- Completed then approved by Superintendent.

PPGES Formative Evaluation form- Completed by Superintendent within ten (10) days after each site visit.

PPGES Summative Evaluation form- Completed by Superintendent by May 15th in addition to reviewing the PPGES self-reflection and Professional Growth Plan

PPGES Support Dialogue form- Optional and as desired

The following are Other District Administrator/District Personnel only
Certified Evaluation Plan documents:

Other District Administrators’/Personnel self-reflection- Completed then approved by Superintendent.

Other District Administrators’/Personnel professional growth plan- Completed then approved by Superintendent.

Other District Administrators’ Performance Rubric- Used to complete Summative ratings.

Other District Administrators’/Personnel Summative Evaluation form- Completed by Superintendent by May 15th in addition to reviewing the professional growth plan.

Appeals form-  PPGES and Other District Administrators/Personnel

Corrective Action Plan- PPGES and Other District Administrators/Personnel

 

Classified Staff evaluation is governed by Bracken County School Board Policies

Classified Staff Evaluation link

Bracken County Board of Education Policy Manual link-  Please note as changes are made through board meetings policies will be updated; there may be a lapse of time.