HOUSTON COUNTY, Ala. (WDHN) — The Houston County Board of Education released a recent evaluation of David Sewell progress.
Just days before school started Houston County schools experienced malware issue and days after school began, a routine evaluation shows Sewell may not be meeting the boards’ expectations.
“An elected superintendent lives here with the people and more like answer the questions of the people, “David Sewell said.
David said there are both good and bad with the elected and appointed superintendent.
“There are pros and cons to both of them, I’m elected and that best system because as an elected superintendent is more accountable to the election whereas the appointed a few members of the board is who you will be accountable,” he said.
Sewell’s performance evaluations were conducted by both his direct employees and the school board.