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Light BOE agenda to be followed by Rivera evaluation in closed session

NORWALK, Conn. – Expected approval of the Norwalk Federation of Education Personnel (NFEP) contract tops the public part of the agenda Tuesday night at what Norwalk Board of Education Chairman Mike Lyons says he expects to be an uneventful meeting.

The contract is retroactive to July 1, 2013, and runs through June 30, 2017. It covers aides, office workers and other support staff.

Lyons characterized the negotiations as “pretty peaceful.”

Also, the BOE is expected to sign off on several teacher appointments, including four at Norwalk High, two at Brien McMahon, four at Silvermine, and one each at Roton, Marvin and Jefferson Magnet.

An executive session is planned to discuss the annual evaluation of Superintendent Manny Rivera.

Rivera, a former National Superintendent of the Year when he ran the Rochester, N.Y., system,  was hired a year ago and has gotten a highly favorable response from most Board of Education members and the public.

Agenda 9-16-14

Appointments, Field Trips,etc.

NFEP Contract

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2 responses to “Light BOE agenda to be followed by Rivera evaluation in closed session”

  1. LWitherspoon

    How does the proposed contract compare to the prior contract in terms of costs to taxpayers? What raises, if any, does the contract include over prior years?

  2. MarjorieM

    Have the building administrators been included in this evaluation? I would think their opinions of the changes in the schools should be important for Rivera’s evaluation.

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