Vernon School Officials Release Superintendent's Evaluation

The evaluation was compiled about a month before the school board voted in her raise.

Vernon public school officials have made available the full evaluation document for Superintendent of Schools Mary Conway.

It is attached.

The board on Monday voted for a 2.25 percent increase to Conway's base salary of $156,800.

It is for the current fiscal year, retroactive to when it began on July 1.

Vernon Patch had requested a copy of the contract and the evaluation, compiled about a month before the contract was discussed. It is considered public record under Freedom of Information law.

meowkats4 October 25, 2012 at 02:40 PM
Okay the evaluation was completed a month before the Board voted on her raise! It's her goals going FORWARD, job description--blah, blah, blah! All corporations and business have this type of contract/review that is expected of most of their employees! This does not at all have any bearing on Tax Payers/Parents on why 2.25 raise was given in the first place. Cuts were made to the school system to SAVE money, yet this town is moving forward in SPENDING! This town is putting in a TIME CARD SYSTEM costing approximately $87,000!! Again, MORE SPENDING..........What else are they spending our Tax Dollars on that the Tax Payers know nothing about!
James October 25, 2012 at 04:27 PM
Why is the superintendent getting a raise when I have friends and family who currently live in Vernon and are moving or sending their kids to schools out of town cause the school system is so bad.
Nancy Krupienski October 25, 2012 at 05:08 PM
I just uploaded the CMT scores for the elementary schools.
Paul Stansel October 25, 2012 at 06:27 PM
Please note the two schools who fired their principals because Dr. Conway said they were doing a bad job went UP last year under those same principals, and all the rest went down.


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