Margaretta Schools has publicly released its new superintendent's contract, a three-year deal totaling about $400,000 in salary and perks.
Daniel Schroer, the district's new leader, will earn $119,000 this year.
He officially inked the deal May 14, with a start date of Aug. 1.
Schroer is currently superintendent of Greene County Career Center in Xenia, near Dayton.
He has 21 years of experience in education, including three years as a teacher for Benton-Carroll-Salem Schools.
In an interview with the Register this shortly after his hire, Schroer said he's looking forward to leading the small, rural district and getting to know its families.
Other highlights of Schroer's contract include a requirement his family relocate to the Margaretta Schools area, six weeks paid vacation, and reimbursement for travel, professional organizations, continuing education and cell phone usage.
Schroer will replace 12-year superintendent Ed Kurt, who announced his resignation in February after accepting a job as Findlay Schools superintendent.
Kurt received $118,000 a year as Margaretta Schools superintendent, and his contract was set to expire in July 2016.
A copy of Schroer's contract is available in the pdf below
Schroer's contract with Margaretta Schools
•Superintendent job is effective Aug. 1, 2014, to July 31, 2017.
•$119,000 annual starting salary, with an annual pay increase of 5 percent, 3 percent and 1 percent.
•Up to six weeks paid vacation; up to 15 unused days can be reimbursed.
•Reimbursement for “all actual and necessary travel and other expenses required in the performance of official duties.”
•Reimbursement for membership in the Buckeye Association of School Administrators and an additional professional organization.
•Up to $3,000 throughout the life of Schroer's contract for continuing education expenses.
•$50 per pay period to assist with cell phone payments.
•District will "pick up" Schroer's payments toward the state's retirement system.
•Schroer is required to live within the school district.
•Schroer agrees to have comprehensive medical examinations at the board’s expense.
Source: Margaretta Schools