After twice tabling the matter at two school board meetings in March, the Sauk Centre school board will vote on a contract with School Administrative Specialty Services (SASS) at a special meeting on Tues., Apr. 1 at 7:15 a.m.
The contract provides superintendent services to the district, an arrangement that has been in place since 2011. At that time, Superintendent Dan Brooks resigned in the first year of his three-year contract with Sauk Centre schools and became an employee of SASS. The school receives superintendent services provided by Brooks through SASS.
Unlike salary contracts for principals, teachers and other staff, the district does not negotiate the SASS superintendent contract but simply would approve or deny it on an up-or-down vote. Further details on the contract appeared in the March 13 issue of the Sauk Centre Herald. A copy of the contract is available in the Herald office to any member of the public who requests to view it.