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Bill Seder,  superintendent-elect of Mount Vernon City Schools, left, meets with Kiwanians Mark Bennett, Mike Durbin and Dr. Robert Atwell.
Bill Seder, superintendent-elect of Mount Vernon City Schools, left, meets with Kiwanians Mark Bennett, Mike Durbin and Dr. Robert Atwell. (Photo by Virgil Shipley) View Image

By Mount Vernon News
April 30, 2013 10:42 am EDT

 

MOUNT VERNON — It’s official — William “Bill” Seder Jr. is the new superintendent of Mount Vernon City Schools. The school board met in a special session on Monday and passed a formal resolution employing Seder, effective July 1 and ending July 31, 2016. It also approved compensation on a per diem basis for the time he will work with the current superintendent in June to facilitate the transition. Seder’s annual salary will be $120,000.

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“I am honored to be able to serve Mount Vernon,” Seder told the board. “The excitement has begun to build and I plan to carry on the good work you’ve been doing and make the district even better. One of my goals is to make the community proud of us.”

 

 

 

 

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