What is a Superintendent Responsible For?
School boards employ a superintendent to lead and manage the school district.
The superintendent is considered a nonvoting member of the school board and the chief executive officer of the school system.
The superintendent’s duties and responsibilities include the management of the schools, the administration of all school board policies, and oversight of all delegated tasks.
The superintendent is directly accountable to the school board.
Minnesota law requires superintendents working in Minnesota to hold a superintendent's license from the state.