Superintendent Contract

Perkins BOE Gives Supt. Boggs New Contract
Posted on 07/09/2020
Superintendent Todd BoggsTodd Boggs will be staying put in the Superintendent’s office for four more years. On Wednesday, the Perkins Local School District Board of Education unanimously approved a new four-year contract, effective Aug. 1.

The new contract replaces Mr. Boggs’ original three-year pact the Board approved in June 2018. He has been Superintendent at Perkins Schools since August 2018.

“I am thankful for the Board’s faith and confidence in me to lead the district,” Mr. Boggs said. “I am humbled and honored to continue to serve in the capacity of Superintendent and work with all stakeholders to assist our students in reaching their greatest potential.”

Board members praised Mr. Boggs’ performance before approving the contract.

“You have done a really good job,” said Board member Eric Lapata. “It’s an honor to approve your next contract.”

Board President Jason Dulaney commended Mr. Boggs for his work on the District’s new Strategic Plan, and his open and collaborative approach with the students, families, and staff and faculty.

“We are thankful to have Mr. Boggs as our Superintendent,” Mr. Dulaney said.

In his time at Perkins Schools, Mr. Boggs has expanded the District Leadership Team to include more stakeholders from across the district. The District Leadership Team also has been tasked with the implementation of the district’s Strategic Plan.

In his first two years at Perkins Schools, Mr. Boggs also has emphasized the importance of a strong, positive climate and culture within the district. He also advocated for upgrades in the district’s classroom and building technology and worked with community members to create a foundation to support Perkins Local Schools.

Mr. Boggs also has led the district’s staff, faculty, administration – as well as its students and families – through the pandemic. During this time, he has emphasized the importance of keeping the Perkins community informed of any and all developments related to the pandemic and has worked with the leadership of school districts across Erie County to develop a restart plan for the schools this upcoming fall.

Prior to coming to Perkins, Mr. Boggs was superintendent of Osnaburg Schools, a district with 900 students, near Canton, for five years. He also was an elementary school principal, a junior high school principal, and a science teacher, and coached football.