Kingston school board extends Superintendent Paul Padalino’s contract one year with no salary increase
School district trustees on Wednesday gave Superintendent Paul Padalino a one-year contract extension without a raise to his $179,500 annual salary.
The agreement was approved during a Board of Education meeting during which officials said the pact is now set to expire on June 30, 2106.
“We’re very satisfied,” board President Matthew McCoy said.
“He has done a lot of work in the last year and a half to close three buildings, to redistrict, to move middle school kids, moved elementary to the middle school,” he said. “It’s exciting stuff that he’s done and the board is totally in support and we want to see his vision of our district with him as the leader moving forward.” Padalino was hired in Nov. 16, 2011 at $179,500 and began working for the district six weeks later, replacing Gerard Gretzinger, whose annual salary was $203,000.