Three Rivers Community Schools Superintendent Ron Moag received an evaluation of “effective” during a special meeting last week.
Moag, the district’s second-year superintendent, was graded based on an evaluation procedure established by the Michigan Association of School Boards.
District officials said a tally of all categories resulted in a score of 3.4 on a four-point scale. The 86 percent rating falls into the rank of “effective.”
Board members said Moag’s strengths included community relations, curriculum and professional knowledge, and board relations.
Moag’s lower scores centered on business and finance, and staff relations.
Moag, 55, is paid $126,000 a year as chief of St. Joseph County’s second-largest school district.