Columbus school superintendent and district agree to 3-year, $262,000 contract

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — The Columbus City School Board and the district superintendent have agreed to a new three-year contract.

The board announced the agreement with Dr. Talisa Dixon, whose salary will increase from $242,000 per year to $262,000 per year, an increase of 8%. Additionally, Dixon will also receive a monthly car allowance of $750.

Dixon’s current contract expires on July 31, with the new contract taking effect on August 1. It will remain in effect until July 2025.

“I am proud of all that we have been able to accomplish at Columbus City Schools over the past three years, even in the face of a global pandemic that has disrupted our daily lives in so many ways,” Dixon said in a statement released. Tuesday. night by the neighborhood. “I appreciate the school board’s support and confidence in my leadership, and I look forward to continuing to work every day to uplift our students, amplify their voices, and create opportunities for their personal growth and academic success.” »

Dixon is 21st district superintendent.

Dixon first spent nine years — from 2001 to 2010 — as an administrator in the district, including six years as principal of former Brookhaven and Columbus Alternative High Schools. She returned to CCS in March 2019.

Click here to see Dixon’s new contract.

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