Opening offer for Hernando superintendent choice: $101,000
BROOKSVILLE — The initial salary offering for the woman selected as the Hernando County School District next superintendent would make her the highest paid employee in the district — but only by about $200.
Lori Romano, chosen by the School Board on March 14 by a 3-2 vote, would make an annual salary of $101,000, according to a copy of the proposed contract.
The next highest? Assistant superintendent of teaching and learning Ken Pritz, who currently makes $100,797, according to the district.
Romano’s contract is now under negotiation.
In a letter to Romano’s lawyer, School Board attorney Dennis Alfonso said he hopes to have a tentative contract placed on the School Board’s May 7 meeting.
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