Centinela Valley Union High School District
Superintendent Jose Fernandez, whose $750,000 compensation package drew scrutiny from the community, the FBI and Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office, has been unanimously dismissed by the Centinela Valley Union High School District Board.
The public was outraged at a Centinela Valley Union High School District board meeting after it surfaced that the board was paying $50,000/year for a $1 million whole-life insurance policy for its superintendent.
A local school district is facing scrutiny once more after the board had paid for a whole-life insurance policy on its now-suspended superintendent, whose lavish salary was already inflated.
The superintendent of the Centinela Valley Union High School District who was recently placed on administrative leave will not be back on the job, according to the teachers union president.
Centinela Valley Superintendent Under Fire For Excessive Salary Says He Will Give Some Benefits Back
The superintendent of the Centinela Valley Union High School District, who has come under fire recently for an inflated compensation package, said he will voluntarily give some benefits back.
Lawndale Superintendent’s $663K Salary Sparks Call For School Board’s Recall, Criminal Investigation
The revelation that the superintendent of a tiny Southern California school district earned more than President Barack Obama last year sparked calls Tuesday for his resignation, a criminal investigation and a recall of the school board.
Residents demanded answers at an emergency meeting in Lawndale Tuesday night after a series of reports revealed an excessive amount of compensation for the superintendent of the Centinela Valley Union High School District.
Jose Fernandez, who works as superintendent of a small South Bay school district, reportedly gets a total compensation package of more than $600,000.