SPS Committee Approves Raise for Superintendent Wilson
Anne Wilson's contract was changed as she will receive a 3 percent raise.
The Sudbury Public Schools Committee approved changes in the contract for Superintendent Anne Wilson during Wednesday night's meeting at the Sudbury Senior Center.
Wilson's contract now includes a 3 percent raise in compensation. The contract was previously negotiated in a private executive session and was approved during Wednesday night's regular meeting with very little discussion.
Wilson has been under scrutiny from parents and other residents this year after she was involved in the dismissal of longtime Noyes Elementary School teacher Janice Donahue back in May, which ended in a financial settlement.
She also fired secretary Diane LaChapelle a year ago, which resulted in LaChapelle slapping a wrongful termination lawsuit against SPS and the Town of Sudbury. That case is still pending
And most recently, Curtis Middle School Administrator Peter Fardig resigned after he was put on paid leave and then had a 51A report filed against him.