Sturgis Schools approve superintendent’s retirement

Members of Sturgis Public Schools Board of Education last month approved a revised superintendent’s contract to allow Tom Langdon to retire next year.
Langdon had approached the board and said he would be willing to retire March 31, 2018, with some consideration from the board to help make that happen.
Board president Ann Bird said the new contract details the retirement date, with salary and benefits being prorated for that year for the nine-month period. Bird said an adjustment to salary and annuities, vacation time, hospital time and sick time also are part of the plan.
As part of the arrangement, the board agreed to purchase one year of service credit through the Michigan Public School employee retirement system, Bird said, noting that the move will save the district in excess of $20,000.

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