Sep 27, 2016 11:15 AM
MANCHESTER — The new Manchester School District Superintendent is set to start in October.
School board members voted unanimously to approve a 21-month contract with an option for an additional year for the district's new superintendent, Bolgen Vargas, on Monday, according to the Union Leader. This contract is subject to legal review by attorneys representing both parties.
Vargas will be paid an annualized base salary of $165,000 for the first year that he is superintendent - from Oct. 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017 - according to a copy of the contract obtained by the paper.
Dr. Bolgen Vargas was a former interim superintendent for the Rochester, N.Y., School District.
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