About the SOT

“An organizational team shall": 

  • Provide assistance and advice to the principal of the local school precinct regarding the development of the plan of operation for the local school precinct;

  • Provide continued assistance and advice to the principal of the local school precinct in carrying out the plan of operation for the local school precinct; and

  • Whenever a vacancy occurs in the position of principal for the local school precinct, assist with the selection of the next principal in accordance with the provisions of this section.

  • The organizational team may provide input regarding the principal of the local school precinct to the school associate superintendent not more than two times each school year.

School Organizational Team Roles and Responsibilities

(AB 469, Sec 28.1-28.2)

Legislative Information:

AB469 Summary:  AN ACT relating to education; reorganizing large school districts; requiring large school districts to deem each school in the district to be a local school precinct; transferring the authority to carry out certain responsibilities from the central administrative staff of large school districts to such local school precincts; requiring large school districts to allocate money to local school precincts to carry out the responsibilities transferred to the local school precincts; providing for the reorganization of the central administrative staff of large school districts; requiring a plan of operation to be developed for each local school precinct; requiring annual surveys to be administered to persons involved with local school precincts and to the central administrative staff of large school districts; providing for the continuation of an advisory committee to oversee the implementation of the reorganization of large school districts; repealing provisions requiring the reorganization of the Clark County School District; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. 

SB369 Summary:AN ACT relating to education; requiring the board of trustees of certain larger school districts to establish a program of professional development to provide training on how to work collaboratively to ensure that a school environment is productive and collaborative; requiring teachers and principals to receive such training in certain circumstances; requiring the board of trustees of certain school districts to conduct an investigation at a school in certain circumstances to determine engagement of parents and families of pupils and whether the culture of the school is focused on pupil outcomes; requiring the board of trustees of certain school districts to provide certain training to members of the staff at a school in which an investigation occurs; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. 

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