“Dr. Riley has excellent leadership skills, is a visionary and forward-thinker. These traits have benefited Stonington Public Schools and the entire community,” wrote the board in its evaluation.
Despite the high marks, Riley will not receive a raise in 2014-15. Riley and the board agreed he would forgo a raise because of a decrease in the proposed school budget that resulted in program cuts. His salary will remain at $175,379. Read more of the article in The Day.