The Superintendent of the Battle Creek Public Schools will not be getting a raise, but her contract has been extended.

The Battle Creek Enquirer says that on Monday, the Battle Creek Board of Education chose to add three years to Superintendent Kim Carter’s contract; she still has one year left on a previous two year contract.

As head of the BCPS, Carter has been a key player in implementing a $51 million grant the district received from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation this year; in May, Carter told 95.3 WBCK that the district will need to be accountable in its implementation of that grant.

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