The Upper Cape Cod Regional Technical School Committee recently finished its evaluation of superintendent Robert A. Dutch. And it was a good one.
The Massachusetts Department of Education has set new guidelines this year on how staff is evaluated so that every public school staff member is evaluated in the same way from one school to another. A superintendent’s evaluation is the only evaluation that is made public. Mr. Dutch received an excellent performance evaluation at the May 8 meeting of the school committee.
Robert Fichtenmayer of Wareham, chairman of the Upper Cape Cod Regional Technical School Committee, announced the superintendent’s review results this week. The superintendent was evaluated by the committee on four separate standards: instructional leadership, management and operations, family and community, and professional culture. Mr. Dutch was rated as either proficient or exemplary in all four areas.
“Mr. Dutch did an excellent job in his first two years and has the support of the entire school committee,” Mr. Fichtenmayer said.
“I am fortunate to have a talented and dedicated team of teachers, administrators, and staff that are an integral part of the success of Upper Cape Tech, as are the students and parents. I am grateful to every member of the Upper Cape Tech community for their support,” Mr. Dutch said.