CLEARFIELD – Terry Struble will remain as the superintendent and the top leader of the Clearfield Area School District.
On Monday night, the school board voted, 6-2, to appoint Struble as the superintendent for four years and nine months.
Board members Gail Ralston, Greg Clarke, Mary Anne Jackson, Tim Morgan, Phil Carr and Larry Putt, president, all voted in favor.
Board members Shawna Rothrock and Susan Mikesell cast the opposing votes. Dr. Michael Spencer was absent from the meeting.
Struble’s new contract will commence Oct. 1 and run for a period through June 30, 2023 pursuant to the employment agreement.
Currently, Struble’s salary is $138,321, and he’s scheduled to earn said salary throughout the remainder of this school year and next.
Struble will receive a 1 percent pay raise in 2021 and 2 percent pay raises in both 2022 and 2023.
Struble was hired by the district in 2013 and came from the Mount Pleasant Area School District. However, in January, the board voted to open the position of superintendent and to consider candidates.
In July, the board voted to appoint Struble as the acting superintendent for a period not to exceed 12 months.