Waterloo School Superintendent Terri Bavis is not leaving Waterloo, but she still does not have a new contract with the school district.
Bavis has announced to staff she has declined a job offer to become superintendent of another school district outside the region. The Waterloo Board of Education by a 7-to-1 vote approved her new 3-year contract last January, but the deal has not been signed by school board president Mike Shores.
Shores told the Finger Lakes Times that quote “It’s a personnel matter that I should not comment on publicly.”
Bavis supporters including school staff, parents, and students plan to attend the next Waterloo Board of Educaton meeting coming up on June 18th.
The Waterloo Board of Education will hold a special session tonight at 6:30 in the district conference room. The Board will go into executive session to discuss the employment history of a particular person.