From The Trussville Tribune staff reports
TRUSSVILLE — Trussville City Schools Superintendent Dr. Pattie Neill was given a 100% on an annual evaluation by the Board of Education.
During the review process, the board considered six standards. Those standards were general responsibilities, instructional leadership, personnel administration, financial management, chief executive officer and school/community relations.
The scale of scoring was, from high to low: commendable, meets expectations, needs improvement or unsatisfactory. Dr. Neill was given a “commendable” in all six categories.
Board President Kathy Brown said the score reflects Dr. Neill’s exceptional leadership.
“Dr. Neill has the ability to lead others to perform at their very best and her intentional actions and decisions reflect the goals and high standards for which we are striving to educate all students,” said Brown.
Brown said Neill is focused on the future of education in the local community.
“She continues to build a strong relationship with the school board, city officials and the Trussville community,” said Brown. “Thank you, Dr. Neill, for leading our system to the top and for your dedication to Trussville City Schools.”
The results of the review were revealed during the school board meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2020.
Dr. Neill is in her eighth year as superintendent.