Contract Extended For WFISD Superintendent

Published 07/01 2013 09:10PM

Updated 07/01 2013 09:13PM

Wichita Falls School Board Trustees like how Dr. John Frossard did in his first year as superintendent.

They have given him a raise and replaced his original three year contract with a five year deal.

Dr. Frossard was hired last July and given a three year contract with $170,000 a year. Now he has a contract through June of 2018 at $198,000 per year.

On top of that, the district will put $15,000 annually into a rentention fund for 5 years, which he can collect the total amount $75,000 at the end of his new contract.

The district will also deposit $20,000 per year into a deferred compensation account for Dr. Frossard.

School Board President Kevin Goldstein says the board's goal was to retain the superintendent for a long time, after losing the last 3 superintendents to higher paying districts.

Here's a link to see the entire contract 

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