Hayward USD | BP 2110 Administration
Organization Chart/Lines Of Responsibility
The Superintendent or designee shall maintain current district organization charts. Organization charts shall clearly designate lines of primary responsibility and the relationships between all district positions.
Organization charts should clarify working relationships and functions. It is not intended to indicate all the lines of communication and cooperation which must exist to create successful and effective schools.
The Superintendent or designee shall insure that all personnel understand to whom they are responsible and for what functions. Lines of responsibility should in no way prevent staff members at all levels from cooperating to develop the best possible school programs and services.
Each employee in the district is responsible to the Board through the Superintendent.
All personnel shall refer matters requiring administrative action to the administrative officer immediately in charge of the area in which the problem arises.
Administrative officers shall refer such matters to the next higher authority when necessary.
All employees shall have the right to appeal any decision made by an administrative officer to the next higher authority and through appropriate steps to the Board in accordance with existing Board policy, grievance procedures and state law.
(cf. 2120 - Superintendent of Schools)
(cf. 2210 - Administrative Leeway in Absence of Board Policy)
(cf. 4135.4 - Grievances/Complaints)
17604 Delegation of powers to agents
17605 Delegation of authority to purchase supplies, equipment and services
48900 Authority of superintendent to recommend suspension or expulsion
Maximizing School Board Governance
Superintendent Governance Standards, 2001
American Association of School Administrators: http://www.aasa.org
Association of California School Administrators: http://www.acsa.org
Policy HAYWARD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
adopted: November 18, 1991 Hayward, California
revised: October 9, 2013