Written by By Amanda Casanova
The former associate superintendent of academics, who resigned this month, will receive $100,000 in a payout from the district.
Melody Paschall resigned Aug. 1, about a month after former Superintendent Dana Bedden also stepped down from the district.
The Irving Independent School District voted on Aug. 5 to ratify an agreement with Paschall that she and Bedden both signed on the same day he resigned.
Her position will remain unfilled until a new superintendent is hired.