2200-R1 - Procedures Regarding Administrative Intern Programs

Adopted
1/9/78

Revised
12/3/79
7/15/86
9/8/93

Internships Related to Qualification for Credentials

1. An employee wishing to work toward an administrative credential must first apply and be accepted at an institution of higher learning.

2. The employee must then submit a written proposal to the appropriate district administrator as indicated below, prior to the beginning of the school year involved, and must receive the approval of the administrator to whom the proposal was submitted.

Initial Superintendent's Credential - District Superintendent
Initial Secondary Principal Credential - Assistant Superintendent, Secondary
Initial Elementary Principal Credential - Assistant Superintendent, Elementary
Initial Special Education Credential - Director of Student Services
Initial Vocational Administrator Credential - Coordinator of Vocational/Technical Education
Initial Program Administrator - Appropriate Cabinet-Level Administrator

The applicant must also receive approval of the administrator who will serve as the in-district supervisor. No district remuneration or released time is assured with this program.

Other Internships
Internship opportunities may be provided in any area of district administration with the approval of the superintendent, the supervising administrator, and other affected supervisors as necessary.

Employees seeking such opportunities should obtain the recommendation of their immediate supervisor prior to seeking the approval of the cabinet-level administrator to participate in the internship activity.

The district may also provide internship experiences for persons not already employed by the district provided such requests align with district parameters.


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