Centreville extends superintendent contract

The Centreville Public Schools Board of Education has agreed to offer Rob Kuhlman a one-year contract extension as superintendent.
The decision was made Tuesday, when board members extended Kuhlman a salary of $80,200. With deferred compensation and cash in lieu of insurance, the district will pay $100,000 to retain Kuhlman for a sixth year in the 2015-16 academic year.
Kuhlman’s employment with the district became a question mark after Mendon Community Schools voted earlier this year to not renew its contract with him. Kuhlman had been serving both districts in a dual capacity since the 2010-11 school year.
Kuhlman, 59, said he is happy to be on board with Centreville for another year. He said it is a strong district that has a staff fully committed to its students and its community.
A Minnesota native, Kuhlman previously served as principal at Vicksburg High School before taking the Centreville/Mendon post.

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