White Pigeon keeps superintendent position intact

The seven-member White Pigeon Community Schools Board of Education agreed Wednesday to keep its superintendent’s position intact for the 2015-16 academic year as it is currently.
That means high school principal Jon Keyer will continue to serve as superintendent in tandem with curriculum director Carrie Erlandson as associate superintendent.
They were appointed to the two-person position for the 2014-15 school year after previous superintendent Ron Drzewicki left the 792-student district in late August to take a job in Ingham County.
Keyer, 52, and Erlandson, 56, are each in their 21st years as district employees. Keyer’s salary as principal is $74,500, while Erlandson’s pay as curriculum director is about $66,000. Both, however, were awarded stipends of $15,000 each following a board vote Wednesday.
Board members applauded after the motion to keep Keyer and Erlandson in the superintendent’s position, and Krajniak reiterated that the two have done an outstanding job this year.

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