Central York's top administrators will be sticking around at least three more years.
At Monday's meeting, the school board announced it intends to extend the contracts of Superintendent Michael Snell and Assistant Superintendent Robert Grove beyond next summer.
The contracts for Snell and Grove, who have served in these positions since 2009, run out in June 2013.
Board president Michael Wagner said the board has been pleased with the "leadership" they have displayed and will not consider any other candidates next summer.
Snell and Grove can have their contracts extended between three and five years, according to state law. Snell makes $151,217, while Grove makes $128,729. The length and terms of the contracts will be finalized at upcoming meetings.
Accomplishments: Snell has been able to keep Central performing above standards on state exams while minimizing tax increases, Wagner said.
Central hasn't had a tax hike in two years, and that's considering the district, like others, has had to weather extremely difficult fiscal times, he added.
"We are very proud of where we are," Wagner said.
Snell took over after the retirement of Linda Estep and promised to focus on technology initiatives. Since then, Central has started a new program supplying all ninth-graders with iPads, among other programs.
-- Reach Andrew Shaw at ashaw@yorkdis patch.com