ROGERS -- The School Board approved a raise for Superintendent Marlin Berry and added a year to his contract Tuesday.
The board granted Berry a raise from his salary of $239,307 to $241,849. The 1 percent increase takes effect July 1. His contract now runs through June 30, 2022. Berry also received an increase in his car allowance from $9,000 per year to $9,600 per year.
The board unanimously approved the moves after meeting for two hours in executive session during Tuesday's regular monthly meeting.
Berry has been the district's superintendent since July 2016. He previously served as superintendent of the Olathe, Kan., School District for six years.
NW News on 01/17/2019
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