Sebring board will buy out school superintendent's contract

SEBRING — Village school board voted unanimously this morning to allow Superintendent Christopher Lewis to use sick/vacation time for the remainder of this school year and to buy out the remaining year of his contract for $111,000.

Toni Viscount, the elementary school principal, will serve double duty as principal and interim superintendent until the school board selects a new superintendent. Ray Harris, school board president, said the board plans to have a new superintendent in place for next school year.

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