Lexington superintendent aces report card, gets raise

October 27, 2012 

Lexington 1 superintendent Karen Woodward got an A-plus in her latest report card from the school board.

Woodward, who has overseen classrooms there for 12 years, received a $6,500 pay raise to $181,403 a year.

Board chair Cynthia Smith said Woodward displays “vision, strong leadership and management abilities,” assuring students are prepared for college or careers upon high school graduation.

Woodward undergoes a performance evaluation each year.

-- Tim Flach

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