The central administration will be organized in a manner that assures that the schools will be able to effectively and efficiently carry out programs and respond to any new programs demanded by our needs or opportunities, or suggested by research or successful practice. The organization must allow the schools opportunities to address their particular needs and improve existing programs.

The legal authority of the Board will be transmitted through the Superintendent along specific paths from person to person through the approved organizational structure.

The organizational structure approved by the Board will represent direction of authority and responsibility; it will not restrict cooperation among staff members at all levels or the flow of ideas necessary in the decision making processes.

The Superintendent will be responsible for keeping the administrative structure of the school district up to date with the changes in goals, curriculum, instructional arrangements, and school services, and will recommend revisions in the structure as necessary to the Board.