Clyde super signs on the dotted line

Clyde-Green Springs Schools hired David Stubblebine as its new superintendent Monday after a months-long search. Click here to read his employment contract.
Alissa Widman Neese
Apr 9, 2013

Stubblebine, currently superintendent at Monroeville Schools, signed a three-year contract with an annual salary of $103,500. It begins Aug. 1, when interim superintendent Laura Kagy resumes her role as assistant superintendent. 

Click here to read the superintendent's employment contract.

Get the Q&A with Stubblebine in today's Register. Click here for the ePaper, for home delivery or buy a Register daily at a newsstand near you. 

 

Comments

John Harville

That's the way to pass a new levy.

kURTje

Can't reduce money...what a deal.

Lil DAB

Expect teachers to take pay freezes & pay cuts; collect the millage from the levy that was just renewed November 2012; ask the taxpayers for an additional increase on their property taxes, collect the 1% of earned income from district residents; cut fieldtrips, cut busing, but pay a "new" guy coming from a little district just up the road about the same amount our seasoned guy retired with, and then expect us to vote for an additional 5.25 mill? VOTE NO!!!!