AGREEMENTAGREEMENT made this 1 day of May, 2012, between the Board of Education ("Board") of the OnteoraCentral School District, a municipal corporation of the State of New York with principal offices at Boiceville,New York (hereinafter called the "District") and Dr. Phyllis McGill (hereinafter called the "Superintendent" or"Employee").That it is hereby agreed as follows:1.
The Board has appointed Dr. Phyllis McGill as Superintendent of Schools of the District, to perform theduties of that position as prescribed by and subject to the laws of the State of New York, together withsuch other duties as the Board may require of her from time to time. This contract shall commenceeffective May 1, 2012 and end close of business June 30, 2016, unless mutually extended by the parties orunless sooner terminated under this agreement.2.
For such services, the Board will pay the Superintendent a salary of One Hundred Sixty Thousand($160,000.00) Dollars per annum to be paid in installments at the same intervals as other employees of theDistrict, and which salary shall remain in effect until June 30, 2012. Effective July 1, 2012, the Board willpay the Superintendent a salary of One Hundred Fifty Thousand ($150,000.00) Dollars per annum to bepaid in installments at the same intervals as other employees of the District, and which salary shall remainin effect until June 30, 2016. The Superintendent shall present to the Board, each year, no later thanNovember 1, any suggestions or proposals for amendment or extension of this Agreement. The Boardreserves the option to renew and extend this Agreement annually on or about June 30, 2014 and June 30,2015 for an additional year or years subject to agreement on terms with the Superintendent.3.
The Board shall devote at least a portion of one meeting during the months of December 2012, December2013, December 2014, and December 2015 for an evaluation in executive session of the Superintendent’sperformance and her working relationship with the Board. The evaluation shall be based uponperformance criteria established in its goals statement. The Board shall reduce that evaluation to writingonce per year pursuant to Board policy.4.
The Board, individually and collectively, shall promptly and discreetly refer to the Superintendent, inwriting, for her study and recommendation, any and all criticisms, complaints, suggestions,communications or comments regarding the administration of the District or the Superintendent'sperformance of duties.5.
The Superintendent shall be the Chief Administrative Officer of the District and shall perform all of theduties of and possess all of the authority now or hereinafter imposed upon or granted to a Superintendentof Schools under the provisions of the Education Law or other statutes of the State of New York, or byrules or regulations of the Commissioner of Education. Subject to Board approval and provided suchaction is consistent with the law, the following are duties of the Superintendent:a.
Without limiting the foregoing, the Board acknowledges that the Superintendent shall have thespecific authority, right and responsibility to:i.
organize and reorganize the administrative and supervisory staff, including instructionaland non-instructional personnel, in a manner which in the Superintendent's judgment bestserves the District;ii.
make recommendations to the Board of Education as prerequisite to either the appointment