From The Tribune staff reports
TRUSSVILLE — Trussville City Schools (TCS) reviewed the annual Superintendent’s Evaluation in the monthly board member on Thursday, January 27.
TCS Superintendent Dr. Pattie Neill received excellent reviews and an overall composite score of 98 percent across six critical areas of school district leadership in her annual Superintendent’s Evaluation.
The Board evaluated Neill’s performance across the following six standards:
- General responsibilities
- Instructional leadership
- Personnel administration
- Financial management
- Chief Executive Officer
- School/community relations
TCS Board of Education President Kathy Brown led the annual evaluation of Neill, who is in her tenth year of serving as superintendent.
“Dr. Neill’s evaluation results reflected her outstanding job performance at TCS Superintendent,” Brown said. ” Dr. Neill has continued to lead us through these challenging times while keeping our academic standards high, planning for current and future needs, and supporting and addressing the needs of our staff and students. Dr. Neil has surrounded herself with an excellent team that works with her to meet the district goals and achievement.”
Aside from noting school year challenges present by COVID-19, the Board also highlighted Neill’s leadership over capital projects such as the district’s first-ever Central Office and the continued financial strength of TCS as the district continues a brisk growth trajectory.
Neill thanked the Board members for her excellent evaluation.
“It is an honor to work this board of education to maintain excellence during these challenging times,” Neill said. “I am very proud of the work we have done together. These positive evaluations results affirm our teamwork, progress, and excellence as one of the top school systems in the State of Alabama.”