The Springboro Board of Education is scheduled to meet tonight to approve a three-year contract with the district’s superintendent and a five-year contract with the treasurer.
The board is expected to approve the new contracts after terminating existing contracts with Superintendent Daniel Schroer and Treasurer Terrah Floyd.
“The only change is to end the current contract and enter into another five-year contract that would expire in July of 2023. All other aspects of the current contract remain in place, and no monetary changes were made,” Floyd said in an email.
Schroer is to be paid $147,084 per year for three years.
Floyd is to be paid $120,235 per year for five years.
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Resolutions terminating both existing contracts said the action “will be highly beneficial to the District by maintaining continuity of personnel and allowing the District to continue to benefit from the extensive knowledge, experience, and leadership abilities.”
Schroer’s contract was to expire on July 31, 2019, and Floyd said hers was to expire in 2020.
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The board meets at 6 p.m. in the high school library.
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