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Scott Signs 3-Year Contract; $200,000 Per Year

As Framingham Patch reported in its live blog Monday night, the School Committee voted 5-0 to ratify the contract with Stacy Scott to become the new Framingham Superintendent of Schools on July 1.

will start his job as the new Framingham Superintendent of Schools on July 1.

Monday night, the

Scott's contract is July 1, 2012 through June 30, 2015. The contract can be extended by an additional year after two years of performance, said Hugo.

The contract starts with a salary of $200,000 and can increase based on performance, said Hugo. Scott makes $152,000 as the Dracut Superintendent.

Scott will receive 25 paid vacation days and 20 sick days.

Scott will receive a $5,000 annuity in fiscal year 2013. It increases to $7,500 in fiscal year 2014 and $10,000 in fiscal year 2015.

Scott will receive a $5,000 longevity payment, said Hugo in his fourth year and another $5,000 in his fifth and sixth years.

He will be provided $5,000 to attend professional conferences and a $5,000 auto allowance.

Hugo said Superintendent Steven Hiersche and Scott have already begun conversations for a smooth transition. Hiersche got Scott a ticket to the , said Hugo.

He , which ends June 30.

Hiersche was given a $200,000 contract, when hired as superintendent in 2009 from the Watertown School District, where he was earning about $160,000.

Walt Magee March 07, 2012 at 01:27 AM
How much?
Walt Magee March 07, 2012 at 01:29 AM
When our taxes are getting jacked through the roof you're going to pay $200,00.00 plus for this position? What are you thinking?
Joshua Rand October 10, 2012 at 11:32 AM
Go back to Dracut. You will find out that they are all HAPPY that he is gone. Good luck Framingham. You should really check references.

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