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$663,000 for a Public School Superintedent of 4 High Schools

Posted on February 10, 2014

The superintendent of the Centinela Valley high school district negotiated a contract so loaded with out-of-the-ordinary perks that he managed to amass more than $663,000 in total compensation last year.

Documents obtained by the Daily Breeze from the Los Angeles County Office of Education show that although Jose Fernandez had a base pay of $271,000 in the 2013 calendar year, his other benefits amounted to nearly $400,000.

On top of that, the district just over a year ago provided Fernandez with a $910,000 loan at 2 percent interest to buy a house in affluent Ladera Heights.

Though Centinela is made up of just three comprehensive high schools and a continuation school in Hawthorne and Lawndale, Fernandez’s payout in 2013 more than doubled that of his peers in larger neighboring South Bay districts.

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2 thoughts on “$663,000 for a Public School Superintedent of 4 High Schools

  1. WhiteFalcon says:

    That is Kalafornya for you. Lots of stupidity out there.

  2. I guess education pays well? And kids in Public Schools are ignorant as dog spot on the world stage.