FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) - Fort Wayne Community Schools superintendent Dr. Wendy Robinson will keep her job through 2020.
The board approved a one-year contract extension during a special meeting Monday.
This means her salary is still frozen.
The board approved a similar extension last year.
FWCS board members said the extension just makes since.
"We have some initiatives that have been started in the district this school year, particularly around curriculum. Most of them are three year projects," said Julie Hollingsworth, FWCS Board President.
Robinson started as a teacher for FWCS in 1973.
She was promoted to superintendent in 2003.
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