Board Will Vote To Extend Superintendent Wardynski’s Contract

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) - The Huntsville City School Board announced they will vote to extend Superintendent Dr. Casey Wardynski's current contract in thirty days.

The proposed extension will be for three years.  Wardynski did not wish to receive a salary  increase on the new contract.  He also asked the board to cut his bonuses.  

Wardynski's monthly car allowance will be raised from $600 to $800 dollars because of how much he is travelling.

The board will officially vote on the new contract in thirty days.

Wardynski's current contract expires 2014.  Wardynski's current contract, approved in June 2011, gives him a $175,000 base salary, as well as a $600 per month vehicle allowance and four weeks of vacation time. In addition, the board authorized up to $10,000 in incentive pay based on his achievement of the goals board members set for him each year, according to our news partners at The Huntsville Times.

The superintendent this past summer was awarded $9,220 of that bonus for a score of 92.2 out of 100 for his first year's evaluation.