Leon Glaster, who came out of retirement this summer to replace Javetta Robinson — originally, on a temporary basis — will be on board for another two years if his contract is approved Wednesday night.
Glaster’s contract is posted at the bottom of the school board agenda. Including an annuity and a mileage and cell phone stipend, he would bring in about $182,600 per year. That figure doesn’t include the district’s health insurance contributions.
According to the contract, Glaster is charged with getting the school district a triple-A bond rating by January 31, 2009 and a positive certification from the Alameda County Office of Education by June 30, 2009.
Another interesting note: The district’s new CFO will be brought on as a consultant, rather than a regular employee.