Elk River Schools Superintendent Bezek to be rewarded for success
Superintendent Mark Bezek’s recent three-year contract extension will pay him handsomely — if he stays and does a great job.
The Elk River Area School Board, which set out nine months ago to craft a deal that would keep their leader here and not out on the prowl for another job, included performance pay in the new three-year pact.
In addition to annual salary increases of 2 percent, Bezek can earn up to $10,000 upon the completion of each year of the deal if the board deems his performance to be sterling. See more in Star News story by Editor Jim Boyle.