New FUSD superintendent gets $147,500 contract. See more Arizona Daily Sun education stories here

| April 26, 2017

By Suzanne Adams-Ockrassa • Arizona Daily Sun

The new superintendent for Flagstaff Unified School District will be making $21,000 more than previous superintendent Barbara Hickman.

But he’ll also be taking of pay cut of more than $15,000.

 The FUSD Governing Board is in the process of signing a two-year contract with Mike Penca, the interim superintendent of Mason City Schools in Iowa. The board approved the contract with an annual salary of $147,500 with Penca last week.

He will take over in July from Dave Dirksen, who has served as interim superintendent while FUSD has searched for a replacement for Hickman, who left in 2016 to work for the Colorado Department of Education.

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