New Salisbury Superintendent Michael Roth Gets 5-Year Contract
The Salisbury School Board voted unanimously to hire Michael Q. Roth as the new superintendent.
Roth, 42, was given a five-year term at a salary of $135,000. His term begins Nov. 1.
Board President Russell Giordano said he was "thrilled" to have Roth join the administration.
Roth, who attended the meeting with his wife, Jennifer, and their sons Jacob, 10, and Mitchell, 7, thanked the board and said he looked forward to working in the school district. Roth has worked for Nazareth Area School District for 17 years, and served the last four years as assistant superintendent for educational programs.
A graduate of Pen Argyl High School, Roth earned a bachelor's degree in history at Moravian College and a master's degree at Wilkes University. He received his superintendent letter of eligibility from Lehigh University. He lives with his family in South Whitehall.