FAIRFIELD — A yearlong extension of the contract for Kris Corey, superintendent of the Fairfield-Suisun School District, includes a 1 percent raise for the school district administrator paid $216,300 a year, school district trustees were told Thursday.
Other provisions in the contract reviewed by the school board include the Fairfield-Suisun district contributing $14,500 yearly – rather than $10,000 – to a tax-sheltered instrument of the superintendent’s choice. A provision for the first year of the agreement – that the district pay up to $4,500 for executive leadership coaching services – ends.
Corey’s salary and benefits total $269,572. She began as superintendent in 2013.
Her current contract ends June 30, 2016. The proposal extends the agreement to June 30, 2017.
Trustees formally evaluate the superintendent in writing at least once a year. The review should be completed by July 1 of each year, according to the contract.
The pact also ends providing the superintendent with paid cellphone service for school district business and states she’ll receive the same level of technology provided to other management employees.
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