HPOY Rubric Scoresheet

  • Part I

    1 is the lowest score; 5 is the highest score
  • 1 (2-10 years as Assistant Principal)2 (10+ years as Assistant Principal)3 (3-10 years as Principal)4 (11-20 years as Principal)5 (21+ years as Principal)
    John Zack
    Barry Younghans
    Jeremy Swander
    Michael Cox
    Craig McCaffrey
    Adam Perdue
    Brian Knight
    Chad Rodgers
    Robert Hadley
    Jeffery Doyle
    Adrienne Goldman
  • 1 (1-4 Years)2 (5-9 Years)3 (10-15 Years)4 (16-20 Years)5 (21+ Years)
    John Zack
    Barry Younghans
    Jeremy Swander
    Michael Cox
    Craig McCaffrey
    Adam Perdue
    Brian Knight
    Chad Rodgers
    Robert Hadley
    Jeffery Doyle
    Adrienne Goldman
  • Part II

    1 is the lowest score; 6 is the highest score
  • 1 (Active in school corporation educational structures and has held positions of educational leadership within his or her corporation Member IASP)2 (Membership in IASP and at least one other state level educational organization.)3 (Membership in IASP and at least one national professional organization and has been active in a leadership position at the local level in one of these organizations.)4 (Active in IASP at State level or active in professional growth or Indiana’s DOE as an involved member, or as an educational leader. Attends professional development conferences Member in national prof org)5 (Attends National educational conferences at least once in every three years.)6 (Is an elected leader in a national organization or has presented at a national conference.)
    John Zack
    Barry Younghans
    Jeremy Swander
    Michael Cox
    Craig McCaffrey
    Adam Perdue
    Brian Knight
    Chad Rodgers
    Robert Hadley
    Jeffery Doyle
    Adrienne Goldman
  • 1 (Belongs to one or more community based organizations that promote educational and community values.)2 (Holds specific leadership positions in community organizations that promote educational and community values.)3 (Evidence of leadership roles in regional based organizations that promote educational and community values. )4 (Evidence of community educational leadership through speaking engagements, community involvement, or through publications of articles at local level.)5 (Evidence of educational leadership through leadership positions held, speaking engagements, or through publications of articles at regional or state level.)6 (Evidence of educational leadership through leadership positions, speaking engagements, or written publications on the national level.)
    John Zack
    Barry Younghans
    Jeremy Swander
    Michael Cox
    Craig McCaffrey
    Adam Perdue
    Brian Knight
    Chad Rodgers
    Robert Hadley
    Jeffery Doyle
    Adrienne Goldman
  • 12 (Is recognized by staff and students as a positive educational leader within his or her school and has implemented one unique educational program within his or her school within the last two years.)3 (Is recognized as an educational leader by his or her school corporation and has implemented or chaired special educational programs for his or her school or corporation.)4 (Has received special honors or recognition’s for his or her educational leadership or academic programming at the regional level or by fellow colleagues.)5 (Has received special honors or recognition’s for his or her educational leadership or academic programming by IASP or at the state level.)6 (Has received special honors or recognition’s for his or her educational leadership or academic programming at the national level.)
    John Zack
    Barry Younghans
    Jeremy Swander
    Michael Cox
    Craig McCaffrey
    Adam Perdue
    Brian Knight
    Chad Rodgers
    Robert Hadley
    Jeffery Doyle
    Adrienne Goldman
  • 1 (Creates school publications and/or communicates with school stakeholders via presentations.)2 (Evidence that within his or her corporation he or she presents or publishes at the district level on effective educational programming.)3 (Publishes or presents at Regional educational conferences sponsored by IASP or by the State Department of Education.)4 (Publishes or presents at state level sponsored IASP conferences or State Department of Education conferences.)5 (Has published or presented on special educational programming at local, regional, or state level conferences.)6 (Is a publisher or a presenter of professional development materials at the national level.)
    John Zack
    Barry Younghans
    Jeremy Swander
    Michael Cox
    Craig McCaffrey
    Adam Perdue
    Brian Knight
    Chad Rodgers
    Robert Hadley
    Jeffery Doyle
    Adrienne Goldman
  • 1 (Evidence that within his or her corporation he or she supports the development of professional development activities that promote the development of unique and effective educational programming)2 (Attends local IASP sponsored activities on a regular basis)3 (Attends Regional educational conferences sponsored by IASP or by the State Department of Education.)4 (Attends state level sponsored IASP conferences or State Department of Education conferences.)5 (Has presented on special educational programming at local, regional, or state level conferences.)6 (Is a publisher or a presenter of professional development materials at the national level.)
    John Zack
    Barry Younghans
    Jeremy Swander
    Michael Cox
    Craig McCaffrey
    Adam Perdue
    Brian Knight
    Chad Rodgers
    Robert Hadley
    Jeffery Doyle
    Adrienne Goldman
  • Part III

    1 is the lowest score; 8 is the highest score; With the materials submitted, assign a rubric score to represent the degree you think the candidate fulfills the following building administrator’s leadership standards utilizing the Breaking Ranks Framework.
  • 1 Poor (i.e. Less than 50%)2 Fair (i.e. 50-65%)3 Average (i.e. 66-72%)4 Above Average (i.e. 73-80%)5 Good (i.e. 81-86%)6 Excellent (i.e. 87-92%)7 Outstanding (i.e. 93-97%)8 Exemplary (i.e. 98+ %)
    John Zack
    Barry Younghans
    Jeremy Swander
    Michael Cox
    Craig McCaffrey
    Adam Perdue
    Brian Knight
    Chad Rodgers
    Robert Hadley
    Jeffery Doyle
    Adrienne Goldman
  • 1 Poor (i.e. Less than 50%)2 Fair (i.e. 50-65%)3 Average (i.e. 66-72%)4 Above Average (i.e. 73-80%)5 Good (i.e. 81-86%)6 Excellent (i.e. 87-92%)7 Outstanding (i.e. 93-97%)8 Exemplary (i.e. 98+ %)
    John Zack
    Barry Younghans
    Jeremy Swander
    Michael Cox
    Craig McCaffrey
    Adam Perdue
    Brian Knight
    Chad Rodgers
    Robert Hadley
    Jeffery Doyle
    Adrienne Goldman
  • 1 Poor (i.e. Less than 50%)2 Fair (i.e. 50-65%)3 Average (i.e. 66-72%)4 Above Average (i.e. 73-80%)5 Good (i.e. 81-86%)6 Excellent (i.e. 87-92%)7 Outstanding (i.e. 93-97%)8 Exemplary (i.e. 98+ %)
    John Zack
    Barry Younghans
    Jeremy Swander
    Michael Cox
    Craig McCaffrey
    Adam Perdue
    Brian Knight
    Chad Rodgers
    Robert Hadley
    Jeffery Doyle
    Adrienne Goldman
  • 1 Poor (i.e. Less than 50%)2 Fair (i.e. 50-65%)3 Average (i.e. 66-72%)4 Above Average (i.e. 73-80%)5 Good (i.e. 81-86%)6 Excellent (i.e. 87-92%)7 Outstanding (i.e. 93-97%)8 Exemplary (i.e. 98+ %)
    John Zack
    Barry Younghans
    Jeremy Swander
    Michael Cox
    Craig McCaffrey
    Adam Perdue
    Brian Knight
    Chad Rodgers
    Robert Hadley
    Jeffery Doyle
    Adrienne Goldman
  • Overall Essay

    1 is the lowest score; 6 is the highest score
  • 1 (Candidate has four (4) letters of recommendation.)2 (Candidate provides evidence of personal involvement and/or support of at least one successful program in his or her school during the past three(3) years as a building administrator or two (2) years as an assistant principal.)3 (Candidate provides evidence of encouragement of community and/or parent involvement in his or her school, e.g. mentor programs, tutoring, parent volunteers, open school facilities for community use, etc.)4 (Candidate provides evidence of promotion of and the development of a positive school climate that reflects high student and staff involvement and a positive working morale between all.)5 (Candidate provides evidence that he or she is an innovative thinker and that he or she works with teachers, school support staff, parents and students to support and improve his or her school and student learning opportunities. Gives examples of being a risk taker.)6 ( Gives exemplary and/or multiple examples in all of the aforementioned e.g. new, innovative programs, which have been developed/implemented and have an overall benefit for students. In other words, give special consideration to those who work hard to improve the learning environment for students.)
    John Zack
    Barry Younghans
    Jeremy Swander
    Michael Cox
    Craig McCaffrey
    Adam Perdue
    Brian Knight
    Chad Rodgers
    Robert Hadley
    Jeffery Doyle
    Adrienne Goldman
  • Part IV

    1 is the lowest score; 8 is the highest score
  • 1 Poor (i.e. Less than 50%)2 Fair (i.e. 50-65%)3 Average (i.e. 66-72%)4 Above Average (i.e. 73-80%)5 Good (i.e. 81-86%)6 Excellent (i.e. 87-92%)7 Outstanding (i.e. 93-97%)8 Exemplary (i.e. 98+ %)
    John Zack
    Barry Younghans
    Jeremy Swander
    Michael Cox
    Craig McCaffrey
    Adam Perdue
    Brian Knight
    Chad Rodgers
    Robert Hadley
    Jeffery Doyle
    Adrienne Goldman

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