At its meeting on Tuesday, the school board voted unanimously on a new four-year deal with Andreyko. Her current contract was due to expire in August 2023.
The new contract is effective following the conclusion of her current contract on August 5, 2023 through August 6, 2027, with a salary of about $193,300 per year based on current salary and a yearly increase of up to 3% per annual performance evaluation.
The district serves 11 municipalities and has about 1,850 students.
“Dr. Andreyko’s extraordinary leadership during her tenure has shown a dedication and commitment to our students, staff, and our innovative plans for the future. In addition to exemplary leadership of the entire district, Dr. Andreyko continues to move the new high school project forward. We are going in the right direction, and we appreciate all that she is doing and the hard work she does for our school district,” said board president Jon Kuzma.
Board member and vice president Marna Blackmer noted that Andreyko is extremely committed to the educational success of our district in the areas of curriculum and technology and maintaining strong financial stability now and in the future.
“I have every expectation that Dr. Andreyko will continue to work hard to ensure that Quaker Valley remains a supportive learning environment which continues to provide and expand upon the educational opportunities available to its students,” said Blackmer.
Andreyko joined the school district in August of 2018 as superintendent and has been in education for over 31 years.
She started her career as an English and debate teacher before moving on to serve as an assistant principal, principal, and assistant superintendent for curriculum and assessment before becoming the face of QV’s district administration.
Andreyko thanked the board for its continuous support and gave credit to other district employees. “Quaker Valley is a truly special place with dedicated administrators, teachers, and a caring community with fabulous students. It is a privilege to be your superintendent. I am grateful to our board for their continued guidance and support, and I look forward to being inspired as your superintendent for another four years.”