KEYSER - Members of the Mineral County Board of Education are now completing their evaluation forms for superintendent Shawn Dilly, whose second contract with the county comes to a close in June.

By Liz Beavers
lbeavers@newstribune.info
Tribune Managing Editor
KEYSER - Members of the Mineral County Board of Education are now completing their evaluation forms for superintendent Shawn Dilly, whose second contract with the county comes to a close in June.
The members were to be emailed a copy of the evaluation form this week, with direction to complete it and return it to president Lara Courrier no later than Tuesday. She will tabulate the results and the board will then meet in executive session to discuss those results at their next meeting on Feb. 19.
Following their discussion, they will call Dilly into the executive session to discuss their evaluation with him, then go back into open session if any action is to be taken at that time.
The members did not elaborate on what is included on the forms, but their last evaluation of the superintendent, completed in June 2018, used the Model Superintendent Performance Evaluation Form provided by the West Virginia School Board Association, and included a list of 82 items related to his performance which they had to rate.
Of the 82 items, the board said Dilly met all but three.
According to member Rob Woy, West Virginia State Code states the evaluations must be completed no later than March 1.
Dilly’s contract, which was renewed in 2016, runs until June 30. It was his second contract; the first one was for two years and was inked when he was hired in 2014.