SUBJECT: Classified Professional Improvement Committee
- Board Directive
The Board recognizes the value of a competent, professionally classified staff and authorizes establishment of a Classified Professional Improvement Committee (CPIC) to encourage, guide, and reward the professional development of classified staff members.
- Administrative Policy
The Administration shall administer this policy in accordance with the following administrative policy provisions:
- The Jordan School District CPIC shall consist of the following members:
- The Administrator of Curriculum and Staff Development or designee.
- Two principals (one elementary and one secondary)
- One representative from each of the following advisory committees: District Office Support Staff (DOSS), Custodial, Maintenance, Transportation, Central Warehouse, Secretaries, Nutrition Services, Instructional Assistants.
- One representative from the employee agent group presidency.
- The Administrator of Curriculum and Staff Development or designee shall act as chairperson. The chairperson shall vote only in the case of a tie.
- The two principals shall be nominated by the Administrators of Schools and will serve two-year terms. The elementary principal term expires on the odd year, and the secondary principal term expires on the even year.
- Advisory committee representatives shall be nominated by the employee agent group and approved by the Superintendent. Representatives will serve two-year terms. Custodial, Maintenance, DOSS, and Nutrition Services terms expire on the odd years, and Central Warehouse, Transportation, Instructional Assistants, and Secretaries terms expire on the even years.
- Schedule of Meetings
CPIC meetings shall be held on the first Thursday of the month. Meetings will be scheduled as often as business requires. Minutes shall be recorded and distributed to committee members.
- Functional Responsibilities
- The CPIC shall review all in-service requests for credit and make recommendations regarding approval. Upon CPIC approval, the Administrator of Curriculum and Staff Development shall sign the in-service requests.
- Any District classified employee may submit to the CPIC a request for a specific in-service course. The Staff Development Office will then arrange for the class according to District policy provisions.
- The in-service class must be approved by CPIC before the class begins.
- Only requests received by the 25th of the month will be assured consideration at the next CPIC meeting.
- The request must meet an established District need.
- The CPIC shall review course evaluations and make recommendations based upon the results.
- The school principal or his/her designee shall serve as the in-service information disseminator at each school.
- Upon completion of the in-service course, the participant will be given a certificate of completion that the participant may submit for inclusion in his/her personnel file.
These policies have been developed and
approved by the Jordan School District Board of Education for exclusive
use within Jordan School District. Any use by a person or organization
outside of Jordan School District is not authorized by the school district.
Jordan School District bears no responsibility for such unauthorized
use or adaptation of the policies of Jordan School District. Any party
copying or revising these policies for its own use does so at its own
risk and responsibility as to applicability and legal sufficiency.
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