LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - The Jefferson County Board of education will hold a special meeting Monday to decide if Superintendent Sheldon Berman is making the grade.
The board will conduct an interim evaluation of Dr. Berman and could make a decision on whether to extend his contract or start a search for a new district leader.
Berman makes $273,000 a year plus benefits. He is in the final year of his four year contract with the school board.
Part of Monday's meeting will be held in closed session, if a vote is taken that will done in the open.
The board last evaluated Berman in July but, just two weeks ago...six JCPS schools were named among the lowest ten performing in the state.