|For superintendent or administrator that are in administration, substitute teaching, and athletic coaching from preprimary through grade twelve.|
A Superintendent is the district's chief administrator who reports directly to the school board and for the chief administrator's subordinates whose titles include the term superintendent, such as deputy, associate, or assistant superintendents, and who evaluate licensed personnel. Only the superintendent endorsement is required if one serves as both superintendent and principal in the district.
An Administrator is the administrator in each school attendance unit, and for all other administrators below the level of assistant superintendent who evaluate licensed personnel. Administrative licensure is not required for the head teacher in an elementary school district with seven or fewer teachers including the head teacher.