An alternative to a principal for each school
An alternative to a principal for each school Matter of Mennella, Decisions of the Commissioner of Education #10851 Although the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education provide that each school in a District shall have a qualified principal assigned to it, waivers may be obtained (8 NYCRR 100.3). An example of this is found in the Commissioner's decision in Mennella. One issue in this appeal to the Commissioner of Education was Mennella's attempt to obtain an order to restore funds for an abolished position of principal. The District had decided to administer its two smallest elementary schools by assigning one principal and two assistant principals to them. The Commissioner rejected the claim that the District could not do so, noting the he had earlier granted the District the required exemption. Both of the Assistant Principals held valid elementary principal certificates and were qualified to perform the duties assigned to them according to the determination.
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