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Superintendent Suski receives $3,000 bonus, pay increase from Middletown Area School Board

By Dan Miller

danmiller@pressandjournal.com

717-944-4628
Posted 9/27/17

Superintendent Lori Suski was rewarded with a $3,000 bonus and a pay increase for 2017-18 on Sept. 25 by Middletown Area School Board.

Suski’s salary was increased from $144,831.13 to …

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Superintendent Suski receives $3,000 bonus, pay increase from Middletown Area School Board

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Superintendent Lori Suski was rewarded with a $3,000 bonus and a pay increase for 2017-18 on Sept. 25 by Middletown Area School Board.

Suski’s salary was increased from $144,831.13 to $149,610.56 for 2017-18, retroactive to July 1, 2017. 

The $3,000 bonus was based on the board’s evaluation of Suski’s performance for the 2015-16 school year. The bonus and pay increase were both approved by the board by unanimous votes.

The pay hike amount was consistent with the 3.3 percent increase that the board approved for other district administrators for 2017-18.

Suski and the other administrators received a 3.1 percent increase for 2016-17.

The board in October 2016 approved a five-year contract extension for Suski — through June 2022 — providing for annual salary increases ranging from 1.5 to 3.5 percent, not counting any yearly bonus the board decides to give.

A former principal at Kunkel Elementary for seven years, Suski became assistant superintendent in 2007 and was made district superintendent in July 2012, replacing Richard Weinstein, who retired.