Parents of students in one California school district were astounded and outraged after learning the base salary of their district superintendent — $663,000 in 2013.
Jose Fernandez’s Centinela Valley Union High School District in Lawndale, Calif., includes three high schools and about 6,500 students, the local KCAL-TV reported.
On top of the salary, Mr. Fernandez was also recently granted a personal loan from district officials in the amount of $900,000 — with a repay term of 2 percent interest over 40 years, The Blaze reported. Moreover, the loan was granted to Mr. Fernandez after he had just wrapped bankruptcy proceedings.
Parents at an emergency school district meeting this week voiced outrage.
“I propose that there be a special recall election of this whole damn board and a criminal investigation into the board for breach of fiduciary responsibility,” one attendee yelled during the meeting, the local broadcast station reported.
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