Why did Clayton Wilcox resign?
Wilcox was suspended and then resigned in August after two years on the job. Sources confirmed with Channel 9 that his suspension involved a few violations of state law and board policies, which require compliance. One of the issues was when CMS stopped fingerprinting new employees for several months.
Why did CMS superintendent get suspended?
WBTV Investigates: Superintendent Winston under fire by lawmakers, school board. CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) – Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Superintendent Earnest Winston told a pair of N.C. senators that no CMS student has been suspended for reporting sexual assault in a letter sent Tuesday.
How much does the superintendent of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools make?
$288,400 a year
He was halfway through his three-year contract before the board extended his term in February and gave him a 3% raise, to $288,400 a year. It now runs through June 2025 and requires the board to pay him two years’ salary if he’s terminated without cause.
Why was Wilcox fired?
Former Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools superintendent Clayton Wilcox, who resigned abruptly in July, was accused by at least two senior administrators of making comments offensive to minority and female employees, the Charlotte Observer reported Tuesday.
Who is the superintendent of Cabarrus County Schools?
John Kopicki [pronounced Koe-pick-ee] as the next superintendent of Cabarrus County Schools at its Work Session on Monday, Aug. 2nd. Dr. Kopicki has enjoyed a long and successful career in public education that spans more than 28 years in Pennsylvania.
Who are Mecklenburg County’s highest-paid employees?
County Manager Dena Diorio is Mecklenburg County’s highest-paid executive, with an annual salary of about $355,000. She is followed by chief forensic pathologist Dr. Thomas Owens, county attorney Tyrone Wade, deputy county manager for sustainable communities Leslie Johnson and medical director Meg Sullivan.
Who is the superintendent of Central Bucks School District?
Dr. Abram Lucabaugh
Dr. Abram Lucabaugh is entering his 26th year in education, serving as the superintendent of schools for the Central Bucks School District, while also maintaining his role as the assistant superintendent for secondary education, a position he has held since July of 2018.