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School Board Adopts Superintendent Evaluation Process

The process of evaluating Windsor Superintendent Dr. Jeffrey Villar's performance will begin with the schools chief's self-assessment.

School Board Adopts Superintendent Evaluation Process

The Windsor Board of Education voted unanimously to approve the process by which Superintendent Dr. Jeffrey Villar's performance will be evaluated at its recent special meeting.

The approved process will require Villar to submit a self-assessment, which will be accompanied by commentary providing evidence of his overall self-assessment.

Subsequently, each individual board member will provide personal notes to Board President Doreen Richardson, who will draft a summary of the board's evaluation.

Richardson's summation of the board's assessment of Villar's work will become public record.

Villar recently completed the first half of his first full academic year in Windsor.

The 41-year-old was hired by the district in December 2011 and began work in Windsor in early 2012.

Prior to accepting the position in Windsor, Villar served as the superintendent of schools in Rocky Hill and the associate superintendent in Meriden.

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