The Oregon-Davis School Board is wrapping up its search for a permanent superintendent. Jim Dermody has been serving in an interim capacity since January. He replaced Greg Briles, who left O-D in December to take a job with another corporation. Dermody’s interim contract runs out at the end of June.
The school board has scheduled a public hearing on Monday, May 16 at 6 p.m. to review the contract proposal. It includes a base salary of $95,000 for each of the next three years, along with health, dental, vision, long-term disability and term life insurance.
The superintendent will receive 25 paid vacation days annually, along with 12 paid holidays, nine sick days and three personal business days.
The school board will consider any input shared during the public hearing. The contract will then be placed on the agenda for the O-D School Board’s Monday, May 23rd meeting.