FRANKFORT, Ind. (WLFI) – The Frankfort schools superintendent is asking for a contract extension with a catch.
Community Schools of Frankfort Superintendent Don DeWeese asked his school board for a two-year contract extension through June 2017 at a meeting this week.
DeWeese told News 18 that he doesn’t want contract negotiations, which currently end in June 2015, to conflict with a coming tax referendum on high school improvements.
He wants the extension to have a new feature.
If the referendum is successful, he wants to negotiate a higher salary. If it’s not, he wants to be fired so the board can hire someone who can get the referendum passed.
DeWeese said the board seemed agreeable to his request and will work with an attorney to draft the terms.
He hopes a public hearing on his contract can be held in late May, with a vote slated for the board’s June meeting.