The settlement was negotiated by the district’s outside counsel and Webb’s counsel, according to the district.
Webb waives his right to sue or file grievances with the school district and agrees “not to communicate with or contact, directly or indirectly in any manner whatsoever, current or former employees of released parties for the purpose of encouraging, promoting, initiating or discussing any action whatsoever” against the district, according to the document.
Last week, the board placed Webb on administrative leave while the board engaged in ongoing negotiations regarding Webb’s contract, which was set to expire June 30, 2022. A search for his permanent replacement began late 2020.
Two days after placing Webb on administrative leave, the board and Webb agreed to part ways. Webb served as superintendent since 2008.
The district has not publicly disclosed the reason for Webb’s early retirement mid-school year. Board president Kyle Sproul has declined to comment about what led to Webb being placed on administrative leave.