Mendon plans to hire interim superintendent

Members of the Mendon Community Schools Board of Education plan to hire Roger Rathburn on an interim basis for the 2015-16 academic year.
The district during its 6 p.m. meeting Monday is expected to formalize the agreement that will bring aboard Rathburn to replace Rob Kuhlman. The Mendon board earlier this year voted 4-3 to not renew Kuhlman’s contract, a measure that ended Kuhlman’s role as dual superintendent of Mendon and Centreville schools.
Rathburn retired a year ago after an 18-year career with Three Rivers Community Schools.
According to terms of the proposed contract, Rathburn will be signed to work 130 days. The district is expected to pay Rathburn $58,500 for his services over the 130-day period. He is not being offered health care or other benefits.
Rathburn, who turns 53 this summer, had served the last 12 years of his tenure in Three Rivers as its superintendent.

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