From the Star Telegram:
Carroll schools Superintendent David Faltys will get free housing provided by the school district after other school districts tried to poach him.
School board members want to keep Faltys as the leader of the 7,900-student school district, which holds the highest rating under the state’s four-tier academic accountability system.
Faltys has been approached about open superintendent positions, so the board agreed to modify his current four-year contract at a special meeting Friday.
The school board has not decided whether the plan will mean that the school system will buy a house in the Carroll district, where the average home value is $462,156, according to the Tarrant Appraisal District.
Maybe they can move one of the football players out of the district provided houses and move the Superintendent in. (Sports humor)
What kind of house would KISD provide for Dr. V?