Superintendent's review completed by GEPB - KUAM.com-KUAM News: On Air. Online. On Demand.

Superintendent's review completed by GEPB

Posted: Updated:

by Michele Catahay

Guam - The Guam Education Policy Board completed the evaluation of Department of Education Superintendent Dr. Nerissa Bretania Underwood. According to chairman Ron Ayuyu, evaluation chairperson Mary Gutierrez will be meeting with her committee sometime this week to go over results of the evaluation.

Ayuyu says once that's complete, the board will convene to discuss the outcome, adding, "She will report to the board when she's done with the final counting and let us know when is the next timeline for the superintendent to come to the board to respond to our issues."

The board conducts annual evaluations for the superintendent based on performance and other things.  There's no word on when the results will be released.

  • NEWS HEADLINESMore>>

  • Airport will appeal $2.1M arbitration award

    Airport will appeal $2.1M arbitration award

    The airport will appeal a superior court decision upholding a $2.1-million arbitration award to DFS. The Guam International Airport Authority argues that the retailer owed back rent when it failed to promptly vacate space at the terminal after losing theMore >>
    The airport will appeal a superior court decision upholding a $2.1-million arbitration award to DFS. The Guam International Airport Authority argues that the retailer owed back rent when it failed to promptly vacate space at the terminal after losing the More >>
  • Pentagon free to cap military service for transgenders

    Pentagon free to cap military service for transgenders

    Disappointment is the feeling being shared after the US Supreme Court ruled to allow the Pentagon to limit transgender military service, at least for now. Back in July of 2017, President Trump tweeted the military would not allow transgender individuals tMore >>
    Disappointment is the feeling being shared after the US Supreme Court ruled to allow the Pentagon to limit transgender military service, at least for now. Back in July of 2017, President Trump tweeted the military would not allow transgender individuals tMore >>
  • Moylan challenges senators to get drug tested

    Moylan challenges senators to get drug tested

    Sen. Jim Moylan said his colleagues should lead the way in fighting Guam's drug epidemic. He said his Bill 26 and Legislative Rules Resolution 16 are good first steps for senators to not only talk the talk, but walk the walk as well. Bill 26 would lift drMore >>
    Sen. Jim Moylan said his colleagues should lead the way in fighting Guam's drug epidemic. He said his Bill 26 and Legislative Rules Resolution 16 are good first steps for senators to not only talk the talk, but walk the walk as well. Bill 26 would lift drMore >>
Powered by Frankly