Frank Rodriguez

School board gives Rodriguez raise, extension


From staff reports

The Beaufort County Board of Education gave Superintendent Frank Rodriguez a raise and a contract extension at its regular meeting Tuesday, Nov. 15.

Rodriguez’s salary was increased by 5% – nearly $12,000 – and his contract was extended a year from 2027 to 2028. His salary is now $251, 254, up from $239, 290 last year.

Rodriguez’ annual annuity contribution was also raised 1% – from 15% to 16% of his salary.

At the Tuesday, Nov. 1 meeting, the Board of Education had voted unanimously to give Rodriguez a “highly effective” rating on his annual review following the 2021-22 academic year.

William Smith, the Board of Education member for District 3, cast the only vote against Rodriguez’ raise and contract extension.

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