|If I did my arithmetic correctly, it would seem that we pay our
superintendent a grand total of $190,180 and the superintendent's
contract is good until July 1, 2010. The school committee is
extending the contract by two years each year. If we have to
to get rid of him for some reason, it will cost us dearly....probably
over a million dollars.
- The initial contract begins August 1, 2003 and extends for
three years at an initial compensation of $160,000.
- The school committee shall review and evaluate the
Superintendent each year in accordance with school committee
policy (whatever that policy is?).
- The superintendent gets 25 vacation days and can carry
over 50 days.
- The superintendent gets 3 personal days off
- The superintendent gets all holidays recognized by the
committee (I counted 11 holidays, see
- The superintendent gets 14 days of sick leave and unused
sick leave may be accumulated without limit.
- The committee shall pay $2,500 for disability income insurance
for the superintendent.
- The committee will pay $5,000 into an annuity of the
- The committee shall pay $5,500 annually toward the cost of
a life insurance policy of the superintendent's choosing.
- The committee shall annually reimburse the Superintendent
$3,000 for attendance at professional conferences, upon
submission of appropriate documentation.
- On October 5, 2004, the contract was extended until
July 31, 2008 and compensation was increased to $164,800.
The annuity payment was increased to $8,200.
- On November 29, 2005, the contract was extended until
July 31, 2010 and compensation was increased to $170,980 and
the life insurance policy payment was increased to $8,500.