301.60 Succession of Authority to the Superintendent

In the absence of the Superintendent, it is the responsibility of the other administrators to assume the Superintendent's duties. The succession of authority to the Superintendent would be to a Cabinet position that possesses a superintendent license at the discretion of the Board.

If the absence of the Superintendent is temporary, the successor will assume only those duties and responsibilities of the Superintendent that require immediate action. If the Board determines the absence of the Superintendent will be a lengthy one, the Board will appoint an acting Superintendent to assume the responsibilities of the Superintendent. The successor will assume the duties when the successor learns of the Superintendent's absence or when assigned by the Superintendent or the Board.

References to "Superintendent" in the Board’s policy manual will mean the "Superintendent or the Superintendent's designee" unless otherwise stated in the Board policy.

Legal Reference:
Iowa Code § 279.8 (2011)
281 I.A.C. 12.4 (4).

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Adopted:
May 21, 2012

Reviewed:
February 20, 2017 
 


Revised:
February 20, 2017