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Lynch gets contract extension
Central Kitsap School District Superintendent Greg Lynch has a job through June 30, 2008.
The CKSD school board voted on June 22 to give Lynch a one-year extension to his current contract. The extension does include a 1.2 percent pay raise a cost of living increase that all district employees received this year. Lynchs salary for the 2005-06 school year will be $133,600.
The school board also made some other substantial decisions recently.
In a 30-second called meeting at noon Wednesday, the Central Kitsap School District made some major decisions. The meeting was a called meeting to decide personnel issues for next year.
The district hired Jim Corsetti to be principal of Green Mountain Elementary School. Corsetti previously worked in the Bainbridge Island School District as an elementary teacher and elementary assistant principal.
Bill Mosiman was hired as the new assistant director for special services. He previously was the assistant director for special services in the South Kitsap School District, a job he served in since 2002. Mosiman also taught high school biology and special needs students at the elementary and high school level. He also has taught as an adjunct professor at Seattle University.
Jody Scott will be coming back to the district to be the new principal at Emerald Heights Elementary School. Scott was the executive director of elementary teaching and learning in CKSD for four years. Before that, she was the principal of Jackson Park Elementary School and has taught at the elementary level. The past school year she was the director of middle level programs for the Association of Washington School Principals.
Doyle Clouser will be the new assistant principal at Olympic High School. He was the interim assistant principal at Klahowya Secondary School. Clouser is an instrumental music teacher and chairman of the fine arts department at Klahowya. He also has lectured in percussion at Roosevelt University in Chicago.