Whittier Superintendent Signs Four-Year Contract

The new superintendent for Whittier Union High School District, Martin Plourde, has signed on for at least four years.

Plourde signed the $265,000-a-year contract beginning June 1. He will also receive a $1,000 month monthly expense account and a pay increase next July.

“The salary is comparable and competitive to other high school districts in the region,” said WUHSD Board President Leighton Anderson.

Plourde has more than 30 years of experience as an educator, including five years as assistant superintendent. Part of his new duties will be to find three new principals.


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