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CHAPTER 15.1-11COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS15.1-11-01. County superintendent of schools - Employment - Qualifications.1.Except as provided in section 15.1-11-02, each board of county commissioners shall<br>employ a county superintendent of schools on a full-time or a part-time basis. An<br>individual hired under this section:a.Must hold a baccalaureate degree from a regional or nationally accredited<br>institution of higher education approved for teacher education.b.Must hold a valid North Dakota professional teaching license.c.Must have experience teaching at an approved elementary, middle, or<br>secondary school.d.Must be approved by a majority of the school board presidents representing<br>school districts having their administrative headquarters in the county.e.Serves until the individual resigns or is discharged by the board of county<br>commissioners at the direction of a majority of the school board presidents<br>referenced in subdivision d.2.The presidents of the school boards referenced in subsection 1 shall perform the<br>duties of school boards with respect to the evaluation, renewal, and discharge of an<br>individual hired under this section.15.1-11-02. County superintendent of schools - Assignment of duties - Waiver.1.Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a board of county commissioners, by<br>majority vote may choose not to employ a county superintendent of schools,<br>provided the board of county commissioners:a.Obtains from the superintendent of public instruction a form that lists all<br>statutory duties to be otherwise performed by a county superintendent and<br>provides for the assignment of all such statutory duties to, and the performance<br>of such statutory duties by, one or more individuals;b.Obtains the consent of a majority of the school board presidents representing<br>school districts having their administrative headquarters in the county;c.Submits the completed form to the superintendent of public instruction; andd.Obtains written approval of the assignments from the superintendent of public<br>instruction.2.a.The superintendent of public instruction may waive the requirements of<br>subsection 1 with respect to any board of county commissioners which, on or<br>before June 30, 1999, assigned to qualified persons the duties of the county<br>superintendent of schools, provided:(1)The assignment of duties was set forth in a written plan;(2)The written plan was filed with the legislative council; and(3)The superintendent of public instruction determines that the written plan<br>substantially complies with the requirements of subsection 1.Page No. 1b.The determination of the superintendent regarding the waiver is final.15.1-11-03. County superintendent of schools - Salary. The county superintendent ofschools is entitled to receive a salary, as determined under section 11-10-10.15.1-11-04. County superintendent of schools - Duties. A county superintendent ofschools shall:1.Serve as the superintendent of all schools in a county except those schools in<br>districts that employ a district superintendent of schools.2.Receive copies of and review, in a timely manner, all reports submitted to the<br>superintendent of public instruction by school districts having their administrative<br>headquarters in the county.3.Compile reports containing statistics and any other information requested by the<br>superintendent of public instruction and forward the reports at the time and in the<br>manner directed by the superintendent of public instruction.4.If requested by a school district, assist in planning, coordinating, and providing<br>education and related services.5.Promote coordination and cooperation among the school districts and the<br>multidistrict special education units within the county.6.Assist school districts in taking advantage of incentive programs administered by the<br>superintendent of public instruction.7.As secretary of the county committee:a.Provide to the public information regarding the annexation of property to<br>another school district;b.Provide to the public all forms necessary for the annexation of property to<br>another school district;c.Compile information regarding school district annexations and dissolutions and<br>provide such information to the appropriate county committees, at the time and<br>in the manner directed by the state board of public school education; andd.Compile information regarding school district annexations, reorganizations, and<br>dissolutions, and provide such information to the state board of public school<br>education, at the time and in the manner directed by the state board.8.Perform any other duties required by law.15.1-11-05.Preservation of records.The county superintendent of schools shallprovide for the preservation of all property that is acquired in an official capacity and which has<br>educational value and interest or which records official acts by the county superintendent. At the<br>conclusion of the county superintendent's employment, the county superintendent shall deliver<br>the property to the superintendent's successor.15.1-11-06. Clerks - Office and supplies. The board of county commissioners shalldetermine the number and salaries of administrative assistants for the county superintendent of<br>schools and shall furnish a suitable office for the county superintendent, together with all<br>necessary equipment, furniture, and supplies. If the board of county commissioners fails to do<br>so, the county superintendent may provide the same and the board of county commissioners<br>shall audit and pay the reasonable expenses so incurred.Page No. 2Document Outlinechapter 15.1-11 county superintendent of schools

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CHAPTER 15.1-11COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS15.1-11-01. County superintendent of schools - Employment - Qualifications.1.Except as provided in section 15.1-11-02, each board of county commissioners shall<br>employ a county superintendent of schools on a full-time or a part-time basis. An<br>individual hired under this section:a.Must hold a baccalaureate degree from a regional or nationally accredited<br>institution of higher education approved for teacher education.b.Must hold a valid North Dakota professional teaching license.c.Must have experience teaching at an approved elementary, middle, or<br>secondary school.d.Must be approved by a majority of the school board presidents representing<br>school districts having their administrative headquarters in the county.e.Serves until the individual resigns or is discharged by the board of county<br>commissioners at the direction of a majority of the school board presidents<br>referenced in subdivision d.2.The presidents of the school boards referenced in subsection 1 shall perform the<br>duties of school boards with respect to the evaluation, renewal, and discharge of an<br>individual hired under this section.15.1-11-02. County superintendent of schools - Assignment of duties - Waiver.1.Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a board of county commissioners, by<br>majority vote may choose not to employ a county superintendent of schools,<br>provided the board of county commissioners:a.Obtains from the superintendent of public instruction a form that lists all<br>statutory duties to be otherwise performed by a county superintendent and<br>provides for the assignment of all such statutory duties to, and the performance<br>of such statutory duties by, one or more individuals;b.Obtains the consent of a majority of the school board presidents representing<br>school districts having their administrative headquarters in the county;c.Submits the completed form to the superintendent of public instruction; andd.Obtains written approval of the assignments from the superintendent of public<br>instruction.2.a.The superintendent of public instruction may waive the requirements of<br>subsection 1 with respect to any board of county commissioners which, on or<br>before June 30, 1999, assigned to qualified persons the duties of the county<br>superintendent of schools, provided:(1)The assignment of duties was set forth in a written plan;(2)The written plan was filed with the legislative council; and(3)The superintendent of public instruction determines that the written plan<br>substantially complies with the requirements of subsection 1.Page No. 1b.The determination of the superintendent regarding the waiver is final.15.1-11-03. County superintendent of schools - Salary. The county superintendent ofschools is entitled to receive a salary, as determined under section 11-10-10.15.1-11-04. County superintendent of schools - Duties. A county superintendent ofschools shall:1.Serve as the superintendent of all schools in a county except those schools in<br>districts that employ a district superintendent of schools.2.Receive copies of and review, in a timely manner, all reports submitted to the<br>superintendent of public instruction by school districts having their administrative<br>headquarters in the county.3.Compile reports containing statistics and any other information requested by the<br>superintendent of public instruction and forward the reports at the time and in the<br>manner directed by the superintendent of public instruction.4.If requested by a school district, assist in planning, coordinating, and providing<br>education and related services.5.Promote coordination and cooperation among the school districts and the<br>multidistrict special education units within the county.6.Assist school districts in taking advantage of incentive programs administered by the<br>superintendent of public instruction.7.As secretary of the county committee:a.Provide to the public information regarding the annexation of property to<br>another school district;b.Provide to the public all forms necessary for the annexation of property to<br>another school district;c.Compile information regarding school district annexations and dissolutions and<br>provide such information to the appropriate county committees, at the time and<br>in the manner directed by the state board of public school education; andd.Compile information regarding school district annexations, reorganizations, and<br>dissolutions, and provide such information to the state board of public school<br>education, at the time and in the manner directed by the state board.8.Perform any other duties required by law.15.1-11-05.Preservation of records.The county superintendent of schools shallprovide for the preservation of all property that is acquired in an official capacity and which has<br>educational value and interest or which records official acts by the county superintendent. At the<br>conclusion of the county superintendent's employment, the county superintendent shall deliver<br>the property to the superintendent's successor.15.1-11-06. Clerks - Office and supplies. The board of county commissioners shalldetermine the number and salaries of administrative assistants for the county superintendent of<br>schools and shall furnish a suitable office for the county superintendent, together with all<br>necessary equipment, furniture, and supplies. If the board of county commissioners fails to do<br>so, the county superintendent may provide the same and the board of county commissioners<br>shall audit and pay the reasonable expenses so incurred.Page No. 2Document Outlinechapter 15.1-11 county superintendent of schools

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CHAPTER 15.1-11COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS15.1-11-01. County superintendent of schools - Employment - Qualifications.1.Except as provided in section 15.1-11-02, each board of county commissioners shall<br>employ a county superintendent of schools on a full-time or a part-time basis. An<br>individual hired under this section:a.Must hold a baccalaureate degree from a regional or nationally accredited<br>institution of higher education approved for teacher education.b.Must hold a valid North Dakota professional teaching license.c.Must have experience teaching at an approved elementary, middle, or<br>secondary school.d.Must be approved by a majority of the school board presidents representing<br>school districts having their administrative headquarters in the county.e.Serves until the individual resigns or is discharged by the board of county<br>commissioners at the direction of a majority of the school board presidents<br>referenced in subdivision d.2.The presidents of the school boards referenced in subsection 1 shall perform the<br>duties of school boards with respect to the evaluation, renewal, and discharge of an<br>individual hired under this section.15.1-11-02. County superintendent of schools - Assignment of duties - Waiver.1.Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a board of county commissioners, by<br>majority vote may choose not to employ a county superintendent of schools,<br>provided the board of county commissioners:a.Obtains from the superintendent of public instruction a form that lists all<br>statutory duties to be otherwise performed by a county superintendent and<br>provides for the assignment of all such statutory duties to, and the performance<br>of such statutory duties by, one or more individuals;b.Obtains the consent of a majority of the school board presidents representing<br>school districts having their administrative headquarters in the county;c.Submits the completed form to the superintendent of public instruction; andd.Obtains written approval of the assignments from the superintendent of public<br>instruction.2.a.The superintendent of public instruction may waive the requirements of<br>subsection 1 with respect to any board of county commissioners which, on or<br>before June 30, 1999, assigned to qualified persons the duties of the county<br>superintendent of schools, provided:(1)The assignment of duties was set forth in a written plan;(2)The written plan was filed with the legislative council; and(3)The superintendent of public instruction determines that the written plan<br>substantially complies with the requirements of subsection 1.Page No. 1b.The determination of the superintendent regarding the waiver is final.15.1-11-03. County superintendent of schools - Salary. The county superintendent ofschools is entitled to receive a salary, as determined under section 11-10-10.15.1-11-04. County superintendent of schools - Duties. A county superintendent ofschools shall:1.Serve as the superintendent of all schools in a county except those schools in<br>districts that employ a district superintendent of schools.2.Receive copies of and review, in a timely manner, all reports submitted to the<br>superintendent of public instruction by school districts having their administrative<br>headquarters in the county.3.Compile reports containing statistics and any other information requested by the<br>superintendent of public instruction and forward the reports at the time and in the<br>manner directed by the superintendent of public instruction.4.If requested by a school district, assist in planning, coordinating, and providing<br>education and related services.5.Promote coordination and cooperation among the school districts and the<br>multidistrict special education units within the county.6.Assist school districts in taking advantage of incentive programs administered by the<br>superintendent of public instruction.7.As secretary of the county committee:a.Provide to the public information regarding the annexation of property to<br>another school district;b.Provide to the public all forms necessary for the annexation of property to<br>another school district;c.Compile information regarding school district annexations and dissolutions and<br>provide such information to the appropriate county committees, at the time and<br>in the manner directed by the state board of public school education; andd.Compile information regarding school district annexations, reorganizations, and<br>dissolutions, and provide such information to the state board of public school<br>education, at the time and in the manner directed by the state board.8.Perform any other duties required by law.15.1-11-05.Preservation of records.The county superintendent of schools shallprovide for the preservation of all property that is acquired in an official capacity and which has<br>educational value and interest or which records official acts by the county superintendent. At the<br>conclusion of the county superintendent's employment, the county superintendent shall deliver<br>the property to the superintendent's successor.15.1-11-06. Clerks - Office and supplies. The board of county commissioners shalldetermine the number and salaries of administrative assistants for the county superintendent of<br>schools and shall furnish a suitable office for the county superintendent, together with all<br>necessary equipment, furniture, and supplies. If the board of county commissioners fails to do<br>so, the county superintendent may provide the same and the board of county commissioners<br>shall audit and pay the reasonable expenses so incurred.Page No. 2Document Outlinechapter 15.1-11 county superintendent of schools

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