The superintendent of Three Rivers Community Schools has received a rating of “effective” by the district’s board of education.
Third-year superintendent Ron Moag received results of the annual evaluation last week.
Standards for the evaluation come from practices recommended by the Michigan Association of School Boards and takes into account several aspects of the superintendent’s job.
Moag’s cumulative score placed him at 79 percent, which fell between the “effective” range of 75 to 89 percent and 7 percent lower than his evaluation a year ago.
Board members said the 56-year-old Moag showed community relations as his strongest attribute, while his lowest score was in the field of staff relations, and business and finance.
Overall, Moag was recognized by the board for being a hard worker and strong superintendent for the district.