THE REVISED SCHOOL CODE (EXCERPT)
Act 451 of 1976
380.653 Superintendent as executive officer of board; powers and duties generally.
The intermediate superintendent shall be the executive officer of the intermediate school board and shall:
(a) Put into practice the educational policies of the state and of the intermediate school board.
(b) Recommend in writing all employees.
(c) Suspend an employee for cause until the intermediate school board considers the suspension.
(d) Supervise and direct the work of assistants and other employees of the intermediate school board.
(e) Examine and audit the books and records of a constituent district when directed to do so by the state board.
(f) Perform duties the state board and the intermediate school board prescribe, make reports as may be required by the state board, and at the close of his term of office deliver all records, books, and papers belonging to the office to the intermediate superintendent's successor.
(g) Examine in constituent districts not employing a superintendent the statements of taxes to be raised by the constituent districts required by law to be filed with the township clerk and the county board of commissioners at the October session of the board, and notify the secretary of the board of a constituent district that fails to file tax statements required by law, or has failed to qualify for state school aid.
(h) Make written reports to the boards of constituent districts in regard to all matters pertaining to the educational interests of the districts.
History: 1976, Act 451, Imd. Eff. Jan. 13, 1977
Popular Name: Act 451
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