Mason resigns from Burlington School Board to take district job

Scott Mason served on the Burlington School Board for a year.  He is leaving to take up a position with the school district and his replacement will be named on November 21.

Scott Mason has announced his resignation from the Burlington School Board and his recent hire as District Transportation Supervisor.

Mason resigned Nov. 3 to replace current Transportation Supervisor Richard Link, who gave his notice of resignation at the Oct. 24 school board meeting and is retiring after more than 10 years with the district.

Mason’s hiring was approved by the board on Monday. He will take office on January 1 and will receive an annual salary of $70,000.

Mason was elected to the school board in November 2021 along with Christi Burghoffer. Mason served on the council’s transportation committee last year alongside council vice chair Deborah Hatteberg.

Mason is a 1990 graduate of Burlington High School, served as an athletics coach for the district, and worked as the district’s truancy officer from 2007-2020.

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