JUNEAU - The Juneau School Board announced Tuesday it had completed its evaluation of Superintendent Peggy Cowan.
The School Board said Cowan needed to work on her long-term planning and delegating some of her work to others.
An improved budget process and increased public participation are among some of the positives the School Board listed under Cowan's leadership.
The School Board met multiple times in private to discuss Cowan's performance.
Some parent's groups had complained of the Juneau School District's handling of opening the new high school.
Cowan's contract runs through June of 2009. She will make $132,500 next year.
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