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Schmitt signs contract to become new SRVUSD superintendent

Original post made on May 26, 2016

Rick Schmitt is set to take the helm as superintendent of the San Ramon Valley Unified School District in July after the school board unanimously approved his employment contract Tuesday.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Wednesday, May 25, 2016, 6:36 PM

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Posted by Watching the Watchers
a resident of San Ramon Valley High School
on May 26, 2016 at 1:18 pm

Ha ha ha ha - like cartoon caricatures - "Respect my Authorita" - Carman South Park.

Elizabeth Graswich said, "In hiring a superintendent, the board has the authority and discretion to negotiate a mutually agreeable salary within the established range for the superintendent."

Moved their pay from the 1% of the population to the 1/10%. Another government employee collecting pay from tax payers in the 99% group. That is "outrageous"!

And then provide the leaving "Super" to collect back pay of 5.07% for 2015 - 2016? Also making room for her to collect, for the rest of her life, a larger pension that we as tax payers are on the hook for?

This abuse needs to be taken away and out of the "document(s)" that allow this abuse against tax payers. - check their salaries, bonuses, pensions!!!

Posted by John L
a resident of Danville
on Feb 28, 2017 at 7:06 pm

Well over a million $ spent on govt employees. That money could be put to better use

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