YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) — Youngstown Schools CEO Justin Jennings was recently evaluated by the Youngstown City School District Academic Distress Commission.
According to the report, Jennings was rated in five areas: relationship with the ADC, community relations, staff relations, instructional leadership and business and finance.
The commission listed 3 for the rating in his relationship with the ADC, 4 in community relations, 3.25 in staff relations, 3.7 in instructional leadership and 3.25 in business and finance. Overall, he scored 3.22 out of 4.
“I’m gratified that the commission sees the hard work we’re doing and recognizes that,” Jennings said. “We still have a lot of work to do, but we’re definitely moving in the right direction.”
Jennings also received a $10,000 bonus in accordance with his contract agreement, which is paid by the Ohio Department of Education.