Section 230.32, Florida Statutes 2001
230.32 General powers of superintendents.--The superintendent shall have the authority, and when necessary for the more efficient and adequate operation of the district school system, the superintendent shall exercise the following powers:
(1) GENERAL OVERSIGHT.--Exercise general oversight over the district school system in order to determine problems and needs, and recommend improvements.
(2) ADVISE, COUNSEL, AND RECOMMEND TO SCHOOL BOARD.--Advise and counsel with the school board on all educational matters and recommend to the school board for action such matters as should be acted upon.
(3) RECOMMEND POLICIES.--Recommend to the school board for adoption such policies pertaining to the district school system as the superintendent may consider necessary for its more efficient operation.
(4) RECOMMEND AND EXECUTE RULES.--Prepare and organize by subjects and submit to the school board for adoption such rules to supplement those adopted by the state board or the commissioner as, in the superintendent's opinion, will contribute to the efficient operation of any aspect of education in the district. When rules have been adopted, the superintendent shall see that they are executed.
(5) RECOMMEND AND EXECUTE MINIMUM STANDARDS.--From time to time to prepare, organize by subjects, and submit to the school board for adoption such minimum standards relating to the operation of any phase of the district school system as are needed to supplement those adopted by the state board or the commissioner and as will contribute to the efficient operation of any aspect of education in the district; to see that minimum standards adopted by the school board and the commissioner are observed.
(6) PERFORM DUTIES AND EXERCISE RESPONSIBILITIES.--Perform such duties and exercise such responsibilities as are assigned to the superintendent by law and by regulations of the state board and of the commissioner.
History.--s. 432, ch. 19355, 1939; CGL 1940 Supp. 892(95); s. 1, ch. 69-300; s. 1236, ch. 95-147; s. 110, ch. 97-190; s. 31, ch. 98-200.