RELEASE: His salar y now set at $122,000
facts filed with the lawsuit said. In his new job as assistant to the superintendent, Rodgers will be paid a salary of $122,000. His responsibilities will include human relations duties such as recruiting, interviewing and negotiating with employees. He will oversee the departments of nurs- ing, dental, athletic, federal programs, special education and alternative education.
Also, he will play roles in g rant writing and the district’s educational foundation.
Rodgers hasn’ t started work or begun training yet, but Patrick Patte, who was hired on the same night as Rodgers to be director of curriculum for $110,500, has begun training, Superintendent Brian Uplinger said in an email Monday.