An earlier version of this story contained incorrect information provided by the school district regarding the tenure of the new superintendent at Clark Montessori High School.
Milford Schools will have a new superintendent on August 1.
John Spieser, director of human resources for the school district, was selected for the highest administrative position by the education council of the school district of the exempt village of Milford.
Spieser will succeed Nancy House as head of the district serving approximately 6,600 students from the city of Milford, Miami Township, Miamiville and parts of Goshen and Union townships.
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House retires on July 31 after 38 years as an educator, including five as superintendent of Milford.
Spieser has signed a three-year contract with the Milford School Board which will pay him $ 140,000 per year.
The contract also grants Spieser other compensations such as an annual car allowance of $ 6,000, an annual contribution of $ 5,000 to a tax-sheltered annuity of his choice, and health and dental insurance. and life.
Spieser will have 25 days of paid vacation each year.
Spieser started his career in Milford
Spieser began his educational career with the Milford Schools 26 years ago.
He taught life sciences at Milford Junior High for six years, then held various administrative positions in surrounding school districts.
Spieser was Principal of Clark Montessori High School in Hyde Park for two years before returning to Milford in 2015 to serve for one year as Principal of the High School Program.
He became director of human resources in 2016.
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