Cleburne ISD board of trustees on Monday met for several hours in closed session discussing the details of Superintendent Tim Miller’s evaluation and contract.
Trustees unanimously approved extending Miller’s contract through June 30, 2016, and approved a 1 percent pay raise, which is in line with raises granted across the district. Administrators received the smallest pay raise.
Miller said he was pleased with the decision and said one of his main goals includes making Cleburne High School the highlight of CISD.
Alvarado passes vote on bond election
Alvarado ISD trustees voted 7-0 Monday to hold a bond election on May 11.
The $38.2 million bond, if passed, will give the district the junior high it has wanted for and expand an upstairs area of Alvarado High School, administrators said.
The junior high school has animal problems, among a host of other things, and is nearly 50 years old. Costs to revamp the existing building would be close to $30 million, so rebuilding is the most logical choice, administrators said.
See more on both meetings in Wednesday’s Times-Review.