The superintendent of Kenilworth schools will receive more than $100,000 from the district after resigning following allegations of him repeatedly defecating at a New Jersey high school's field.
According to a separation agreement between Kenilworth Public Schools and Thomas Tramaglini, the district will be paying him his full salary until he officially resigns at the end of September.
In addition, the district will also pay him two months of severance pay and more than $20,000 for unused vacation days.
Officials say Tramaglini resigned after he was charged with lewdness and littering after he was accused of repeatedly defecating on the Holmdel High School football field.
The public is reminded that charges are merely an accusation and not proof of guilt. In all criminal cases, a charged defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.