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March 13, 2014

School leader aims to leave

Haverhill assistant superintendent a finalist for Ayer job


Scully, who himself was given a $35,000 raise by the School Committee in 2011 — hiking his pay from $150,000 a year to $185,000 — recommended the raise and a two-year contract for Malone. At the time, Scully said she deserved a raise because she had obtained her doctorate degree and that her job performance was exemplary.

“She has sought and secured thousands of dollars of additional funding that has gone directly into education programs,” Scully said in support of the raise. “This coupled with her direct involvement in resolving serious legal and fiscal issues around the ELL (English Language Learners) program has saved this community from serious financial and legal consequences.”

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