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CEDAR FALLS — Superintendent Andy Pattee’s contract with Cedar Falls Community Schools will come before the Board of Education on Tuesday.

The board is expected to set Pattee’s salary and extend his contract for the next year when it meets at 5:30 p.m. in the council chambers of City Hall.

Pattee was evaluated by the board in closed session last month, as allowed under Iowa code.

“We all feel very confident about Dr. Pattee and the direction his leadership is taking the district,” Joyce Coil, board president, said after the evaluation.

Details of his salary will be revealed at the meeting. Last year, he received a 2.05 percent raise, boosting his salary to $195,943. He also has a $3,500 car allowance and the standard district administrative benefit package.

In other business, the board will consider approving:

  • Substantial completion of two projects, Robinson-Dresser baseball field improvements and Cedar Falls High School track resurfacing. Costs for the baseball field project were $684,157, or $6,686 under the total budget. Costs for the track resurfacing were $114,922, or $5,545 under the total budget.
  • An $85,260 bid from Apple, Inc., for the purchase of 290 iPads.
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Education Reporter

Education reporter for the Courier

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