Monday, September 09, 2013

Yennie Receives High Marks
The Sullivan County School Board says Director Jubel Yennie is doing an excellent job. He has the grades to prove it too. An evaluation of Yennie scored him at 3.97 out of a 5-point scale. Four is considered exceptional. Yennie was tested on 19 performance standards in six categories. He scored highest in instruction leadership performance standards. His lowest score was in communication and community related performance. Yennie could see more money in his bank account thanks to the good review. The board will consider a 1.6-percent increase in his salary at the Monday night meeting. (CC)

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