Superintendent Adele Bovard to transfer to city leadership in New York

Friday, July 11, 2014

After leading the Webster schools for eight years, Superintendent Adele Bovard will step down and take a new job with the district in Rochester — a move that will bring a pay cut, but also a chance to help city students realize their potential, she said.

Bovard, 56, will become Rochester's deputy superintendent for administration.

The role pays $175,000 a year, said Chip Partner, a spokesman for the city schools. That's roughly 15 percent less than her salary in Webster, which was $207,300 for the 2013-14 school year, according to a copy of her contract on the SeeThroughNY.net website.

Read more »