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Boulder Valley superintendent asks for no raise

Boulder Valley School District Superintendent Chris King has asked the school board not to give him any cost of living raise or bonus for the second straight year, leaving his annual salary at $200,260.

King last received a raise in the 2008 09 school year, when his salary went from $190,000 to $200,260. Last year he asked not to get a raise in the 2009 2010 school year, and he has requested the same this time around for the 2010 2011 school year, which starts in July.

"Annually, I have the opportunity to negotiate an increase, and historically it's been in line with what the teachers get like a 1 percent cost of living raise," he said. "But I waived that."

King's contract also includes a provision for a maximum $15,000 bonus based on his performance review, but he asked to forego any bonus last year and has asked this year that the bonus provision be eliminated from the contract entirely.

"It doesn't feel right to accept bonuses" in this economic environment, King said. "We're asking so many people to sacrifice and trim the budget that it felt like the responsible thing to do."

School board members will vote Tuesday night whether to remove the bonus provision from King's contract, which goes through the 2011 2012 school year. School board members also will vote to accept King's annual performance evaluation, which historically has been tied to bonus pay.

Chris KingAccording to this year's superintendent review, King has Viagra Cialis Online Uk proven to be "competent and effective," facing the usual challenges of running a large school district and adopting "aggressive" goals to raise achievement, close achievement gaps and make students feel welcome in schools.

"He is skillfully navigating through the most troubled financial environment in recent memory," according to the evaluation. "He has hired and guided an excellent management staff and has reorganized that staff to improve efficiencies."

The evaluation credits King for making "excellent" progress in improving the climate in middle schools and making academic improvements in science, social studies, physical education, world languages and graduation rates.

Despite King's goals to close achievement gaps, "we are not yet making progress," according to the evaluation.

"This is particularly frustrating to both the board and to Dr. King in light of the focused effort on the part of Dr. King and his leadership team," the evaluation states.

The evaluation also presses King to improve communication with the public and district staff.

"The board often sees that Dr. King has a clear vision for where he is taking the district and a well considered plan for getting there," according to the report. "That vision and plan are not always well communicated to the community and employees.

"As a result, employees and members of the community may not fully understand the reasons or context for many of the decisions and changes that are proposed and implemented."

The evaluation mentions tough union district negotiations last year that nearly ended in a teacher strike and warns that this year's contract discussions will take an extra effort to "rebuild trust and create a spirit of cooperation and teamwork."

Melissa Tingley, president of the Boulder Valley teachers' union, said she wasn't consulted for King's evaluation and knows only that a survey taken earlier in the school year indicated that staff morale was low.

With teacher contract negotiations just starting again for the next school year, Tingley said she Levitra Vs Cialis wishes "teachers were paid as competitively" as the superintendent.

King's salary is on par with superintendents of neighboring districts that are a similar size more than 25,000 students. His salary is below the Jefferson County Public Schools superintendent salary of $205,500 and the Aurora Public Schools superintendent salary of $217,464. His salary is above the Denver Public Schools Buy Viagra Uk Boots superintendent salary of $176,000 and the Adams 12 Five Star Schools superintendent salary of $187,500.

12/09/2016

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