According to the agreement, which was obtained by the Turner Report through a Sunshine Law request, Decker, who was placed on paid administrative leave April 17, will remain on leave through June 30.
Current Seneca R-7 Superintendent Jim Cummins, a former R-5 assistant superintendent, will become superintendent July 1.
In addition to the $150,000, the separation agreement provides that the district no longer has any claims against Decker nor Decker any claims such as discrimination, lack of due process, or breach of contract against the district.
The three-page document also includes a provision that Decker not seek employment with the district any time in the future.
The agreement was accompanied by a letter of resignation from Decker.
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