Johnson has typically earned high marks from the School Committee. But for the first time, she received a lackluster review in January for last year’s job performance, losing points in particular for the school system’s slowness in fixing chronically late buses and a divisive plan to relocate Boston Latin Academy that proved not to be viable.
The Rev. Gregory Groover, chairman of the School Committee, said he is looking forward to hearing from other members about Johnson’s performance this year.
“Overall, I’m very pleased with a number of fronts that look not only promising but have shown remarkable growth from last year to this year,” said Groover, citing such accomplishments as more timely buses and higher test scores at underperforming schools.