Q: When is a full evaluation process required?

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For instructional personnel, a full evaluation process is required if a teacher qualifies for Pay for Performance.  This means the employee has worked two 9 week grading periods (doesn’t have to be consecutive) or ninety-nine days or more in a school year (for people who are on intermittent-type leaves and may not have two full and complete 9 week grading periods).  If the full evaluation process is not completed, an employee does not receive Pay for Performance.  So, it’s imperative that principals and other supervisors encourage all parts of the evaluation process be finalized.


For support personnel, a full evaluation process should be completed for employees serving the positions sixty-one (61) days or more.