Carlsbad’s Roach May Get Raise

by The Editors on August 28, 2007

Jay Roach, the superintendent of the Carlsbad Unified School District is up for a raise when the CUSD board meets in regular session tomorrow night. If all goes well he’ll make $200,000 next year. That’s $10,000 more than he made last year.

“He has met all of his goals,” said board president Kelli Moors. State test scores continue to rise, and the number of students passing the California High School Exam and transferring to two- and four-year colleges is growing, Moors said. Roach also led the district through a campaign to pass a $198 million school construction and renovation bond last year, Moors said.

If we were on the board, we’d vote yes. But we’re even more in favor of raises for the teachers.

[Link: North County Times]

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