New York district ends search for new school superintendent

Friday, August 22, 2014

A new superintendent has been selected to head the Monticello Central School District just ahead of current Superintendent Daniel Teplesky’s scheduled retirement on Sept. 1.

The district Board of Education announced it had chosen Tammy Mangus, who is the current assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction, as the next superintendent following a longer-than-expected selection process. The school year is scheduled to being on Sept. 4.

Mangus will be receiving an annual salary of $165,000 to run a district with 3,010 students and 581 employees. Teplesky currently earns a salary of $173,500 per year.

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