Two employees were hired for last 5 months of 2012-2013 school year on leadership salary schedule designated for 2013-2014 that was approved by BOE in Dec. 2012. The schedule was developed and adopted at the request of the board since no previous "leadership" salary schedule existed. Prior to the adopted leadership schedule all positions had been calculated off of the state teacher salary schedule. This had created some inequities of responsibility and salary. For example the Asst Supt earns less than an Assistant Principal because the Asst. Supt. came from the business sector. One position was a replacement for an already budgeted principal who retired and the other was a newly created position due to system needs.
probably better to state encouraged to resign
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