District 833 has an active commitment to meet the following goals within all activities programs:

1. To provide all students with positive experiences which promote the ideals of leadership, teamwork and the pursuit of excellence.
2. To protect the well being of students through policies and procedures focused on safety.
3. To foster progress of students through the academic curriculum of the educational institution to which they belong.
4. To empower all students with the knowledge, skills and attitudes for success.
5. To produce successful teams, groups and clubs.

As a part of District 833’s commitment to meet the goals stated above, you have been asked to participate in a feedback process concerning your student's coach/advisor/director. This feedback will help both the Activities Director and the coach/advisor/director identify goals and clarify priorities for each program that will help to ensure quality experiences for the participants.

Please consider the performance of this staff member on each statement below, rating him/her using the following levels of performance:

Unsatisfactory
The coach/advisor/director does not yet appear to understand the concepts underlying the component. Working on the fundamental practices associated with the elements will enable the coach/advisor/director to grow and develop in this area.

Basic
The coach/advisor/director appears to understand the concepts underlying the component and attempts to implement its elements. However, the implementation is sporadic, intermittent, or otherwise not entirely successful.

Proficient
The coach/advisor/director clearly understands the concepts underlying the component and implements it well. Most experienced, capable coaches/advisors/directors will regard themselves (and be regarded by others) as performing at this level.

Distinguished
Coaches/Advisors/Directors at this level are master coaches/advisors/directors and make contributions to the field, both inside and outside of school. They operate at a qualitatively different level, and are more “proactive” in their anticipation of coaching/advising/directing needs rather than “reactive.”

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