Aspen schools extend superintendent’s contract
November 16, 2011
ASPEN – The Aspen Board of Education on Monday agreed to extend Superintendent John Maloy’s contract through June 30, 2015. Maloy had a rolling three-year contract set to expire in June 2014, so his successful evaluation Monday led the board to add one more year to that.
Maloy’s compensation remains the same at $150,000. According to school board president Fred Peirce, if Maloy were to receive a raise, it would be effective July 1, 2012.
Any increase, he said, “would be determined through salary negotiations and approved by the board for other administrative staff” as negotiated through the Aspen Education Association; that process usually begins in January or February.