Loveland, Ohio – On Wednesday, January 27 the Loveland City School District made official the hire of Bradley Neavin as an interim superintendent. Neavin’s contract runs from February 10 until the Board hires a permanent superintendent or until July 3.
The Board will pay Neavin a daily rate of $600 and his contract says that the Board may increase the salary, but cannot reduce it. Neavin will also be provided medical, dental, and life insurance. He will also be provided a cell phone “stipend and such other leaves and benefits he is entitled to as set forth in the Administrative Handbook”. The Board will also pay Nevin’s share of mandatory State Teachers Retirement System payments. He will not be entitled to severance at the end of his employment.
Neavin is entitled to 15 vacation days as well as paid holidays. He will be required to work a “maximum of 123 days”.
Neavin will be paid mileage at the IRS rate and will be provided with professional liability insurance. Neavin can begin on February 1 at the $600/day to familiarize himself with the District.
The Board also encourages Nevin to attend professional meetings that he deems appropriate and will pay his expenses. The District will also pay for Neavin’s membership in the Ohio Association of Local School Superentents, the Buckeye Association of School Administrators, and any other professional organizations approved by Board President, Dr. Kathy Lorenz.
During a meeting on Tuesday, February 2 at 6 PM, the Board of Education will hear presentations from potential search firms who will be conducting the search for a permanent superintendent.
David Miller – Jan 22, 2021