The Plumas Unified School District board has reached a separation agreement with Superintendent Glenn Harris that will pay him $10,775 a month for 12 months. He will also receive $950 a month for health care.
The agreement became final at midnight Thursday night, April 26, following elapse of a seven-day grace period. The board released the agreement Friday morning, April 27.
Harris’ last day of work will be Monday, April 30. He will use his 35 days of accrued vacation leave and unused sick time as needed until his resignation is effective June 30.
A foursome of top administrators — Bruce Williams, Terry Oestrich, Tory Willits and Yvonne Bales — will assume day-to-day operations of the district Tuesday, May 1.
In a prepared statement, the board said the district would begin the recruiting process for a new superintendent soon.
For more details, see the May 2 issue of Feather Publishing newspapers.
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