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1 JOB PERFORMANCE NORTH CENTRAL MISSOURI COLLEGE GREEN HILLS HEAD START PROGRAM REVISED APRIL 2009

2 CONTENTS MANAGEMENT TEAM EVALUATION... 3 STRATEGIC TARGETS... 5 EMPLOYEE SELF-APPRAISAL... 6 EFFECTIVE TEACHING DATA SHEET... 7 TEACHER EVALUATION FORM... 9 HOME VISITOR EVALUATION FORM TEACHER AIDE EVALUATION FORM COOK EVALUATION FORM COOK EVALUATION FORM (Nutrition Coordinator)... 25

3 North Central Missouri College/Green Hills Head Start MANAGEMENT TEAM PERFORMANCE EVALUATION Employee: Position/Title: RATING SCALE: 5 Excellent 4 Outstanding 3 Satisfactory 2 Needs Improvement 1 N/A Insufficient Opportunity to Observe/Comment JOB KNOWLEDGE/QUALITY/QUANTITY: RATING: Exhibits expertise, knowledge, confidence when completing tasks Seeks additional skills/knowledge Works accurately and efficiently Responds with timeliness to requests for services Reliability including follow-through and follow-up Produces an acceptable volume of work Accomplishes goals and/or job targets COMMUNICATION Oral communications are clear and precise Written communications are clear and precise Provides appropriate information, timely and organized Handles confidential or sensitive information in a professional manner MANAGEMENT & LEADERSHIP SKILLS Identifies needs and plans appropriately Works with and empowers others to achieve program goals Makes sound and timely decisions Delegates effectively Follows through to ensure understanding and success Supports and promotes the mission, goals, policies and procedures of the program PROFESSIONAL & PERSONAL EFFECTIVENESS Maintains appropriate professional demeanor Has an interest in pursuit of personal development opportunities Shows a positive attitude and sense of pride in work and in the program

4 INTERPERSONAL SKILLS Working relationships/rapport with staff, families, partners, community Is sensitive to the views of others Team participation/contribution PLANNING Anticipates problems and requirements Effectively utilizes human and other resources Initiates new and/or innovative approaches Involves others appropriately Develops and maintains budget OVERALL PERFORMANCE RATING: By: Supervisor Signed Date This appraisal is for the rating period ending on _ Reviewed with Employee on *Employee Signature Name Title Date *Your signature indicates that you had an opportunity to review your performance evaluation with your supervisor. It does not indicate that you necessarily agree with this evaluation. Copies to: Employee, Personnel File (TOC)

5 North Central Missouri College/Green Hills Head Start Management Team Performance STRATEGIC TARGETS PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENT PLAN: (To be completed jointly between the evaluator and employee at the time of the performance evaluation discussion.) Which areas or aspects of performance have been identified for change and how? STRATEGIC TARGETS (GOALS) 1. ACTION PLAN (Attach additional sheet if needed.) Employee (Are there any other issues which I, as your supervisor, should be aware of?) Evaluated by _ Name Title Date *Employee Signature _ Name Title Date *Your signature indicates that you had an opportunity to review your performance evaluation with your supervisor. It does not indicate that you necessarily agree with this evaluation.

6 EMPLOYEE SELF-APPRAISAL Your input is essential to the evaluation process and ultimately the success of the Head Start program. Please respond to the items below regarding your goals, priorities, accomplishments and concerns. Bring this form with you when meeting with your supervisor. 1. List the strengths you have brought to your position? 2. Attach your goals for this year and summarize your progress, particularly as it relates to the strategic plan. 3. Discuss your most important accomplishments, activities awards and/or recognition since your last performance evaluation. 4. List any areas of concern and suggestions for addressing them. 5. Describe how you plan to improve your performance. What can this organization or I do to help you improve? (TOC)

7 EFFECTIVE TEACHING DATA SHEET / EVALUATION REPORT Annual Probationary Teacher s Name: Date: Center/Home Visitor Observed: Time: EFFECTIVE TEACHING DATA SHEET EVALUATION REPORT ANTICIPATORY SET: Getting ready to learn; warms up the children/parent; motivation for learning; review of old learning or behavior. OBSERVED STATE OBJECTIVE: The what and why of the lesson; the outcome of the lesson; informing child/parent what they will be able/expected to do at end of the lesson. OBSERVED PROVIDE INPUT: The directions of information necessary to accomplish an objective and the materials necessary to accomplish the objective. How are you going to put the lesson across? OBSERVED MODELING: Demonstrate what is to be done; give examples of what is to be done; getting image from your head to child/parent. OBSERVED

8 CHECKS FOR COMPREHENSION: Get feedback from child/parent; check for child/parent transfer of information; observe child/parent performance; are students absorbing information. OBSERVED PROVIDES GUIDED PRACTICE: Make sure child/parent are practicing right exercise or activity; provide for repetition and practice. OBSERVED PROVIDES INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: Develop further practice without assistance. OBSERVED CLOSURE: Review what has been accomplished; reinforce specific objectives; reinforce key concepts; establish general ideas for next activity, lesson or visit. OBSERVED EVALUATEE S COMMENTS: EVALUATOR S COMMENTS: (Include other behaviors to discuss) 2 Signature Date Signature Date (TOC)

9 Outstanding Expectation s GREEN HILLS HEAD START TEACHER EVALUATION FORM Employee Date Type of Rating: Annual _ Probationary _ Special _ Performance Definitions Outstanding Performance consistently exceeds professional standards and objectives of the position. Performance of a job function is completed in an exceptional fashion. This rating is reserved for those individuals whose distinguished performance is obvious to all. Performance consistently meets professional standards and job functions are completed in a manner that would normally be expected. Employee works effectively and routinely accomplishes goals and objectives of the position. Performance generally meets standards of the job functions but sometimes falls below acceptable standards. The employee has demonstrated ability to correct deficiencies. The need for further development is recognized. Comments are required for this rating. Identify goals and improvements. Unsatisfactory. Performance is clearly and consistently inadequate or below professional standards. Comments are required for this rating. Identify goals and improvements. applicable The particular position being evaluated does not require this characteristic and/or the evaluator does not have adequate information/knowledge to evaluate this function. General Work Habits 1. Arrives on time. 2. Reliable in attendance. 3. Alert in health and safety matters. 4. Flexible with assignments and schedule. 5. Comes to work with a positive attitude. 6. Gives direct supervisor ample notice for absences. 7. Remains calm in a tense situation. Job Performance 1. Plans, executes, and evaluates developmental experiences of the children in the classroom, during meal time, on the playground, and on field trips. 2. Supervises and manages the operation of the center. 3. Maintains required records. 4. Ensures the classroom is in good repair, clean, organized, safe, and appropriate. 5. Ensures equipment is in good repair, clean, organized, safe, and appropriate.

10 6. Complies with regulations for the operation of licensed childcare facility. 7. Maintains current health requirements, (i.e., T. B. Tine and physical). 8. Orients, trains, and supervises all center staff members and volunteers. 9. Identifies and refers children who may need an individualized plan or professional services. 10. Cooperates with other professionals to deliver services to children. 11. Shares information concerning children and families with program coordinators. 12. Conducts evaluation of staff and identifies areas for improvement. 13. Conducts weekly planning with staff and identifies classroom responsibilities. 14. Promptly informs direct supervisor of center staff absences. 15. Is able to multitask and complete assignments in a timely manner. 16. Consistently consults with supervisors and coordinators regarding staff performance and concerns. Attitude and Skills With Children 1. Friendly, warm, and affectionate. 2. Bends low for child level interaction. 3. Uses appropriate voices. 4. Shows respect for individuals; non-judgmental. 5. Demonstrates knowledge of child development. 6. Encourages independence/self help. 7. Promotes self-esteem in communications. 8. Limits interventions in problem solving. 9. Avoids stereotyping and labeling. 10. Embraces diversity. 11. Reinforces positive behavior. 12. Anticipates problems and redirects. 13. Sets consistent, realistic limits and focuses on the behavior not the child. 14. Speaks with individual children often; calls children by name. 15. Is prepared for day s activities. 16. Sensitive to the needs of children. 17. Enjoys children and expresses genuine interest in them. 18. Helps child transition in all activities; separate from parents. 19. Sets appropriate goals for children based on individual needs, using parent input. 20. Uses verbal and non-verbal skills to communicate with children. 21. Ensures children have frequent opportunities for success.

11 Outstanding 22. Plans and provides a variety of developmentally appropriate activities. 23. Positions self strategically to be aware of activity of all children. 24. Includes the outdoors as part of the learning environment. 25. Flexible; capitalizes on teachable moment. Attitude And Skills With Parents 1. Listens and responds well to parents; avoids gossip. 2. Maintains confidentiality with children and families. 3. Seeks a partnership with parents. 4. Greets children and parents warmly. 5. Welcomes volunteers in the classroom; helps them feel at ease and provides guidance as needed. 6. Provides support and guidance for parents. 7. Assists and monitors parent group. Attitude And Skill With Co-Workers 1. Is friendly and respectful with others. 2. Supervises and delegates responsibilities. 3. Plans and shares ideas and materials. 4. Communicates honestly and directly; avoids gossip. 5. Open to suggestions and new ideas. 6. Involves staff in the operation of the center. 7. Provides leadership, training, and guidance for all team members. 8. Maintains confidentiality. 9. Supportive of staff members. 10. Monitors and encourages staff to accomplish professional goals. 11. Directs staff using clear, positive communications. 12. Communicates regularly and is cooperative with home visitor regarding operation and maintenance of facility and materials.

12 Attitudes And Efforts Toward Professional Development 1. Takes job seriously; seeks improvement. 2. Actively participates in trainings, workshops, and classes. 3. Set goals for self. 4. Supportive of the Head Start philosophy and able to share it with staff, parents, and community. 5. Is knowledgeable of program rules and regulations; consistently follows policies and procedures. 6. Member of a professional organization in the field of child development. 7. Seeks, obtains, and maintains qualifications required for the position. 8. Presents oneself in a professional manner, which includes professional appearance, attire, vocabulary, and conduct. Identified Strengths: *Goals or improvements sought for next evaluation: Agreed upon action plan to meet goal: Employee Supervisor Date (TOC)

13 Outstanding GREEN HILLS HEAD START HOME VISITOR EVALUATION FORM Employee Date Type of Rating: Annual _ Probationary _ Special _ Performance Definitions Outstanding Performance consistently exceeds professional standards and objectives of the position. Performance of a job function is completed in an exceptional fashion. This rating is reserved for those individuals whose distinguished performance is obvious to all. Performance consistently meets professional standards and job functions are completed in a manner that would normally be expected. Employee works effectively and routinely accomplishes goals and objectives of the position. Performance generally meets standards of the job functions but sometimes falls below acceptable standards. The employee has demonstrated ability to correct deficiencies. The need for further development is recognized. Comments are required for this rating. Identify goals and improvements. Unsatisfactory. Performance is clearly and consistently inadequate or below professional standards. Comments are required for this rating. Identify goals and improvements. applicable The particular position being evaluated does not require this characteristic and/or the evaluator does not have adequate information/knowledge to evaluate this function. General Work Habits 1. Arrives on time. 2. Reliable in attendance. 3. Alert in health and safety matters. 4. Flexible with assignments and schedule. 5. Comes to work with a positive attitude. 6. Gives direct supervisor ample notice for absences. 7. Remains calm in a tense situation. Job Performance 1. Plans, executes, and evaluates developmental experiences of the children in the classroom, during meal time, on the playground, and on field trips. 2. Supervises and manages the operation of the home base program. 3. Maintains required records. 4. Ensures the facility for group is in good repair, clean, organized, safe, and appropriate.

14 5. Maintains current health requirements, (i.e., T. B. Tine and physical). 6. Orients, trains, and supervises all volunteers. 7. Identifies and refers children who may need an individualized plan or professional services. 8. Cooperates with other professionals to deliver services to children. 9. Shares information concerning children and families with program coordinators. 10. Conducts weekly planning and identifies individualization for children. 11. Is able to multitask and complete assignments in a timely manner. Attitude and Skills With Children 1. Friendly, warm, and affectionate. 2. Bends low for child level interaction. 3. Uses appropriate voices. 4. Shows respect for individuals; non-judgmental. 5. Demonstrates knowledge of child development. 6. Encourages independence/self help. 7. Promotes self-esteem in communications. 8. Limits interventions in problem solving. 9. Avoids stereotyping and labeling. 10. Embraces diversity. 11. Reinforces positive behavior. 12. Anticipates problems and redirects. 13. Sets consistent, realistic limits and focuses on the behavior not the child. 14. Speaks with individual children often; calls children by name. 15. Is prepared for day s activities. 16. Sensitive to the needs of children. 17. Enjoys children and expresses genuine interest in them. 18. Helps child transition in all activities; separate from parents. 19. Sets appropriate goals for children based on individual needs, using parent input. 20. Uses verbal and non-verbal skills to communicate with children. 21. Ensures children have frequent opportunities for success. 22. Plans and provides a variety of developmentally appropriate activities. 23. Positions self strategically to be aware of activity of all children. 24. Includes the outdoors as part of the learning environment. 25. Flexible; capitalizes on teachable moment.

15 Outstanding Attitude And Skills With Parents 1. Listens and responds well to parents; avoids gossip. 2. Maintains confidentiality with children and families. 3. Seeks a partnership with parents. 4. Greets children and parents warmly. 5. Welcomes volunteers during group socialization; helps them feel at ease and provides guidance as needed. 6. Encourages parent to participate in home visits. 7. Conducts home visit to reinforce parent as the first and primary teacher. 8. Provides support and guidance for parents. 9. Assists and monitors parent group. Attitude And Skill With Co-Workers 1. Is friendly and respectful with others. 2. Cooperates and assumes responsibilities with center staff. 3. Plans and shares ideas and materials. 4. Communicates honestly and directly; avoids gossip. 5. Open to suggestions and new ideas. 6. Maintains confidentiality. 7. Supportive of center staff members and coordinators. 8. Uses clear, positive communications with co-workers. 9. Communicates regularly and is cooperative with center teacher regarding operation and maintenance of facility and materials.

16 Attitudes And Efforts Toward Professional Development 1. Takes job seriously; seeks improvement. 2. Actively participates in trainings, workshops, and classes. 3. Set goals for self. 4. Supportive of the Head Start philosophy and able to share it with staff, parents, and community. 5. Is knowledgeable of program rules and regulations; consistently follows policies and procedures. 6. Member of a professional organization in the field of child development. 7. Seeks, obtains, and maintains qualifications required for the position. 8. Presents oneself in a professional manner which includes professional appearance, attire, vocabulary, and conduct. Identified Strengths: *Goals or improvements sought for next evaluation: Agreed upon action plan to meet goal: Employee Supervisor Date Date_ (TOC)

17 Outstanding GREEN HILLS HEAD START TEACHER AIDE EVALUATION FORM Employee Date Type of Rating: Annual _ Probationary _ Special _ Performance Definitions Outstanding Performance consistently exceeds professional standards and objectives of the position. Performance of a job function is completed in an exceptional fashion. This rating is reserved for those individuals whose distinguished performance is obvious to all. Performance consistently meets professional standards and job functions are completed in a manner that would normally be expected. Employee works effectively and routinely accomplishes goals and objectives of the position. Performance generally meets standards of the job functions but sometimes falls below acceptable standards. The employee has demonstrated ability to correct deficiencies. The need for further development is recognized. Comments are required for this rating. Identify goals and improvements. Unsatisfactory. Performance is clearly and consistently inadequate or below professional standards. Comments are required for this rating. Identify goals and improvements. applicable The particular position being evaluated does not require this characteristic and/or the evaluator does not have adequate information/knowledge to evaluate this function. General Work Habits 1. Arrives on time. 2. Reliable in attendance. 3. Alert in health and safety matters. 4. Flexible with assignments and schedule. 5. Comes to work with a positive attitude. 6. Gives ample notice for absences. 7. Remains calm in a tense situation. Job Performance 1. Helps plan, execute, and evaluate developmental experiences of the children in the classroom, during mealtime, on the playground, and on field trips. 2. Assist the teacher in managing the operation of the center. 3. Helps maintain records at the center as directed by the teacher.

18 Outstanding 4. Performs janitorial duties to insure that the classroom is attractive, clean, organized, and safe. 5. Supportive of the teachers efforts with children during transition, circle time, planned activities, outdoor play, and mealtime. 6. Maintains current health requirements, (i.e., T. B. Tine and physical). 7. Is able to multitask and complete assignments in a timely manner. Attitude and Skills With Children 1. Friendly, warm, and affectionate. 2. Bends low for child level interaction. 3. Uses appropriate voices. 4. Shows respect for individuals; non-judgmental. 5. Demonstrates knowledge of child development. 6. Encourages independence/self help. 7. Promotes self-esteem in communications. 8. Limits interventions in problem solving. 9. Avoids stereotyping and labeling. 10. Embraces diversity. 11. Reinforces positive behavior. 12. Anticipates problems and redirects. 13. Sets consistent, realistic limits and focuses on the behavior not the child. 14. Speaks with individual children often; calls children by name. 15. Is prepared for day s activities. 16. Sensitive to the needs of the children. 17. Enjoys children and expresses genuine interest in them. 18. Helps child transition in all activities; separate from parents. Attitude And Skills With Parents 1. Listens and responds well to parents; avoids gossip. 2. Maintains confidentiality with children and families.

19 Outstanding 3. Seeks a partnership with parents. 4. Greets children and parents warmly. 5. Welcomes volunteers in the classroom; helps them feel at ease. Attitude And Skill With Co-Workers 1. Is friendly and respectful with others. 2. Strives to assume fair share of work. 3. Offers and shares ideas and materials. 4. Communicates directly; avoids gossip. 5. Approaches criticism with learning attitude. 6. Looks for ways to be helpful. 7. Is a participating member of the team. 8. Maintains confidentiality. 9. Supportive of other staff members. Attitudes And Efforts Toward Professional Development 1. Takes job seriously; seeks improvement. 2. Actively participates in trainings, workshops, and classes. 3. Set goals for self. 4. Supportive of the Head Start philosophy and able to share it with parents and community. 5. Consistently follows policies and procedures. 6. Presents oneself in a professional manner, which includes professional appearance, attire, vocabulary, and conduct.

20 Identified Strengths: *Goals or improvements sought for next evaluation: Agreed upon action plan to meet goal: Employee Supervisor Date Date (TOC)

21 Outstanding GREEN HILLS HEAD START COOK EVALUATION FORM Employee Date Type of Rating: Annual _ Probationary _ Special _ Performance Definitions Outstanding Performance consistently exceeds professional standards and objectives of the position. Performance of a job function is completed in an exceptional fashion. This rating is reserved for those individuals whose distinguished performance is obvious to all. Performance consistently meets professional standards and job functions are completed in a manner that would normally be expected. Employee works effectively and routinely accomplishes goals and objectives of the position. Performance generally meets standards of the job functions but sometimes falls below acceptable standards. The employee has demonstrated ability to correct deficiencies. The need for further development is recognized. Comments are required for this rating. Identify goals and improvements. Unsatisfactory. Performance is clearly and consistently inadequate or below professional standards. Comments are required for this rating. Identify goals and improvements. applicable The particular position being evaluated does not require this characteristic and/or the evaluator does not have adequate information/knowledge to evaluate this function. General Work Habits 1. Arrives on time. 2. Reliable in attendance. 3. Comes to work with a positive attitude. 4. Gives ample notice for absences. 5. Remains calm in a tense situation. 6. Has a high tolerance for variety of noise and movement. 7. Demonstrates flexibility with assignments and schedule. Job Performance 1. Follows established menus; changes are pre-approved by Health/Nutrition Coordinator.

22 2. Keeps records in a neat, accurate and orderly manner and submits daily meal counts and market orders to the Health/Nutrition Coordinator weekly. 3. Plans and conducts learning experiences weekly focusing upon good nutrition for children, staff and parents. 4. Exercises good sanitation practices in all aspects of food preparation, food service and clean up as required by MDOH. 5. Prepares an appropriate amount of food utilizing standards set by the USDA. 6. Properly stores foods. 7. Meals are served on time and are served at the appropriate eating temperature. 8. Purchases food and related supplies as instructed by the center teacher and Health/Nutrition Coordinator and in accordance with USDA regulations. Planning is done to minimize extra trips to the grocery store. 9. Maintains current health requirements, (i.e. T. B. Tine and physical). 10 Is able to multitask and complete assignments in a timely manner.. Attitude And Skills With Children 1. Friendly, warm, and affectionate. 2. Bends low for child level interaction. 3. Uses appropriate voice. 4. Shows respect for individuals; non-judgmental. 5. Encourages independence/self help. 6. Reinforces positive behavior. 7. Promotes self-esteem in communication. 8. Avoids stereotyping and labeling. 9. Embraces diversity. 10. Speaks with individual children often, calls children be name. 11. Enjoys children and expresses genuine interest in them. 12. Maintains confidentiality with children and families.

23 Outstanding Outstanding Attitude And Skills With Parents 1. Listens and responds well to parents; avoids gossip. 2. Maintains confidentiality with children and families. 3. Seeks a partnership with parents. 4. Greets children and parents warmly. 5. Welcomes volunteers in the classroom; helps them feel at ease. Attitude And Skills with Co-workers 1. Is friendly and respectful with others. 2. Offers and shares ideas and materials. 3. Communicates directly, avoids gossip. 4. Maintains confidentiality. 5. Approaches criticism with learning attitude. 6. Looks for ways to be helpful. 7. Supportive of other staff members. 8. Is a participating member of the team. Attitude And Effort Toward Professional Development 1. Takes job seriously; seeks improvement. 2. Actively participates in trainings and weekly center meetings. 3. Sets goals for self. 4. Supportive of the Head Start philosophy and able to share it with parents and community. 5. Consistently follows policies and procedures. 6. Presents oneself in a professional manner, which includes physical appearance, attire, vocabulary, and conduct.

24 Identified strengths: *Goals or improvement sought for next evaluation: *Agreed upon action plan to meet goal: Employee Supervisor Date Date (TOC)

25 GREEN HILLS HEAD START COOK EVALUATION FORM (Nutrition Coordinator) Employee Date Type of Rating: Annual _ Probationary _ Special _ Performance Definitions Outstanding Performance consistently exceeds professional standards and objectives of the position. Performance of a job function is completed in an exceptional fashion. This rating is reserved for those individuals whose distinguished performance is obvious to all. Performance consistently meets professional standards and job functions are completed in a manner that would normally be expected. Employee works effectively and routinely accomplishes goals and objectives of the position. Performance generally meets standards of the job functions but sometimes falls below acceptable standards. The employee has demonstrated ability to correct deficiencies. The need for further development is recognized. Comments are required for this rating. Identify goals and improvements. Unsatisfactory. Performance is clearly and consistently inadequate or below professional standards. Comments are required for this rating. Identify goals and improvements. applicable The particular position being evaluated does not require this characteristic and/or the evaluator does not have adequate information/knowledge to evaluate this function. Job Performance 1. Follows established menus; changes are pre-approved by Health/Nutrition Coordinator. 2. Keeps records in a neat, accurate and orderly manner and submits daily meal counts and market orders to the Health/Nutrition Coordinator weekly. 3. Plans and conducts learning experiences weekly focusing upon good nutrition for children, staff and parents. 4. Exercises good sanitation practices in all aspects of food preparation, food service and clean up as required by MDOH. 5. Prepares an appropriate amount of food utilizing standards set by the USDA. 6. Properly stores foods. 7. Meals are served on time and are served at the appropriate eating temperature. 8. Purchases food and related supplies as instructed by the center teacher and Health/Nutrition Coordinator and in accordance with USDA regulations. Planning is done to minimize extra trips to the grocery store. 9. Maintains current health requirements, (i.e. T. B. Tine and physical). 10. Is able to multitask and complete assignments in a timely manner. Nutrition Coordinator Date_ (TOC)

26 Never Seldom Occasionally Mostly Always Never Seldom Occasionally Mostly Always DRIVER/AIDE EVALUATION FORM EMPLOYEE DATE General Work Habits 1. Arrives on time. 2. Reliable in attendance. 3. Alert in health and safety matters. 4. Open to new ideas. 5. Flexible with assignments and schedule. 6. Comes to work with a positive attitude. 7. Gives ample notice for absences. 8. Remains calm in a tense situation. Job Performance 1. Transports children from home to the Head Start Center and from the Center to home daily. 2. Leaves no child unattended by a parent or a baby-sitter when delivering the child to his/her home. 3. Transports children on field trips when authorized by the Teacher. 4. Maintains Head Start vehicle in a safe operating condition. 5. Has Head Start vehicle serviced, as required, including a cleaning of the interior and exterior of the vehicle weekly. 6. Maintains a vehicle log of the Head Start vehicle assigned to him/her. 7. Reports immediately to appropriate officials any vehicle accident which involves a Head Start vehicle. 8. Reports immediately to the teacher, theft of or damage to a Head Start vehicle assigned to him/her. 9. May transport Head Start parents and/or staff members to and from official functions when such transporting does not interfere with transporting children and when authorized by the teacher. 10. Engages in a variety of specific tasks related to child development as directly by the teacher. 11. Maintains current health requirements, (i.e., T. B. Tine and physical).

27 Never Seldom Occasionally Mostly Always Never Seldom Occasionally Mostly Always Attitude And Skills With Children 1. Friendly, warm, and affectionate. 2. Bends low for child level interaction. 3. Uses appropriate voice. 4. Shows respect for individuals. 5. Encourages independence/self-help. 6. Promotes self-esteem in communication. 7. Limits intervention in problem solving. 8. Avoids stereotyping and labeling. 9. Reinforces positive behavior. 10. Speaks with individual children often; calls children by name. 11. Anticipates problems or negative behavior and plans to prevent their occurrence on the bus and in the classroom. 12. Sets consistent, realistic limits and focuses on the behavior not the child. 13. Enjoys children and expresses genuine interest in them. 14. Is prepared for the days activities. 15. Provides a learning environment while on the bus. 16. Helps child transition; separate from parent. Attitudes And Skills With Parents 1. Listens and response well with parents. 2. Greets children and parents warmly. 3. Maintains confidentiality with children and families. 4. Seek a partnership with parents. 5. Welcomes volunteers on the bus and in the classroom; helps them feel at ease.

28 Never Seldom Occasionally Mostly Always Never Seldom Occasionally Mostly Always Attitudes And Skills With Co-Workers 1. Is friendly and respectful with others. 2. Strives to assume fair share of work. 3. Offers and shares ideas and materials. 4. Communicates directly, avoid gossip. 5. Approaches criticism with learning attitude. 6. Looks for ways to be helpful. 7. Is a participating member of the team. 8. Maintains confidentiality. 9. Supportive of other staff members. Attitude And Effort Toward Professional Development 1. Takes job seriously; seeks improvement. 2. Participates in training. 3. Sets goals for self. 4. Supportive of the Head Start philosophy and able to share it with parents and community. 5. Consistently follows policies and procedures. Identified strengths: *Goals or improvement sought for next evaluation:

29 Agreed upon action plan to meet goal: Employee Date Supervisor Date (TOC)

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