Friday, October 28, 2016
R-8 agreement with Barlass- insurance through December, won't oppose unemployment
Barlass will not be paid long into the future. In fact, according to the agreement, which the Turner Report obtained through a Sunshine Law request, he is no longer being paid a cent. Wednesday was his final day.
He won't be receiving any "consulting" fees like Huff.
What he will receive, according to the separation agreement, is paid health insurance (the portion of the insurance the district pays) through the end of the year and the assurance that the district will not oppose Barlass if he files for unemployment insurance.
And any prospective employer who calls the district will receive a neutral response, indicating that Barlass was, indeed, at one time paid by Joplin R-8 taxpayers.
Barlass will also receive $6,806.16 reimbursement for unused vacation days.
Barlass has to return all district property, including keys and materials, by a week from today.
Two administrators out in Joplin R-8 shakeup
Minutes indicate Joplin R-8 reaches settlement agreement with Barlass