After 35 years of service, Sue Goodsite isn't quite ready to call it quits.
Goodsite, who recently retired, was re-hired as assistant superintendent at Tuesday's Norwalk City Schools meeting.
Goodsite was re-hired at a reduced rate of $99,900 on a one-year, 240-day contract effective Sept. 1 through Aug. 31, 2014.
"There are a lot of things happening this year with curriculum so she is going to come back and help us for one year," Superintendent Dennis Doughty said.
Doughty said along with getting ready for a new school year, it's time to start thinking about passing a 1.25 percent earned income tax on the November ballot.
"We've had so many special meetings," he said. "It was a very interesting summer, and then some.
"We'll be pulling our levy committee together and hit it hard. 1991 was the last operating levy passed in the city of Norwalk. There is just a need for some added revenue for the schools.
"When people see their taxes go up and up, it's not because of new levies by the schools."