The Buffalo Board of Education on Wednesday gave its endorsement to the job Superintendent Kriner Cash did this year.
Cash received his annual evaluation from the School Board and, for the most part, his bosses feel he's doing a good job running the district. On a scale of 1 to 4, the School Board gave Cash an average score of 3.14. Cash is closing out his third year as superintendent.
The board assessed him in a variety of areas, including management of the district and his relationship with the community.
"Always with the students at the center of the work, Superintendent Cash demonstrates the vision and leadership characteristics that are a driving force to move our district forward," the School Board members wrote, in a joint statement.