Comments for: Sought-after Yarmouth superintendent resigns for job in Massachusetts

Posted Dec. 24, 2012, at 11:42 a.m.

YARMOUTH | After considering several job offers, Superintendent of Schools Judy Paolucci has accepted the school chief job in Leicester, Mass. Paolucci formally resigned at a special meeting of the School Committee on Friday morning, and is to be succeeded on an interim basis by former Yarmouth school administrator …

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  • Anonymous

    Seeing school executives earn from as high as $12,000 to $16,000 a month in Mass., compared to ME. which is about to ask already dirt-paid,school educators in the state to take across the board job ,statewide, salary cutbacks for the state budget deficit, That likely was a thought, to flee a sinking ship

    • Anonymous

      So what? Education as a whole in the U.S., and especially in Maine, is WAY too top-heavy with administrators, many of whom do no classroom time. No excuse for it.

      • Anonymous

        I was not making a value judgment except pointing out the salary amount is likely a factor for the decision.

      • Anonymous

        Why would you expect the super to teach? They are in charge of the operation. Does CEO of GM work on assembly line? Think

  • Anonymous

    School supers in Maine make $8000 – 10,000 per month.

  • Anonymous

    Remind me. Why us this news?

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