Central Bucks to Vote on New Contract for Superintendent That Comes With $90K Raise

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The proposal first came out a week before the start of the school year, when the district was showing 130 openings for support staff.

Central Bucks School District officials are set to vote on the new contract for Superintendent Abram Lucabaugh that would provide the administrator with a $90,000 raise, writes Chris Ullery for the Philly Burbs.

The new five-year contract would provide Lucabaugh with $315,000 per year.

Lucabaugh was hired in August of 2021 at $225,000 to replace former head administrator John Kopicki. He was eligible for a performance-based raise of at least 2 percent for the first two years of that original five-year contract.

According to the agenda for the next meeting of the Central Bucks School District officials, Lucabaugh will resign from his position to end his current contract. Immediately after that, the board will vote on re-appointing him as superintendent and then vote on his new contract.

Lucabaugh’s new salary would make him one of Pennsylvania’s highest-paid public school superintendents.

In addition, he could see a bump of a minimum of 2.5 percent of his base pay for the first two years of the new contract, followed by a 3 percent minimum increase for the last three years.

Read more about Abram Lucabaugh in the Philly Burbs.


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