Skaneateles school superintendent resigns to take another job

Skaneateles superintendent Kenneth Slentz resigned Wednesday, the school district announced.

Slentz will be taking a job at another school district, though Skaneateles withheld the name of the district until it announces it has hired Slentz, the district said.

He had worked at Skaneateles for four years, having left his post as Deputy New York State Education Commissioner to come to the district.

In his two years at Skaneateles, Slentz made $198,000 in each year, according to SeeThroughNY, a database for state employees’ salaries. He had initially signed a three-year contract for $192,000.
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