SHERMAN, Texas (KTEN) — It's now been just over one month since Sherman Independent School District trustees and Superintendent Dr. Tyson Bennett agreed to part ways.

Now, details of that agreement have been made public.

Trustees voted unanimously to approve Bennett's voluntary separation agreement on May 1. KTEN has obtained a copy of the agreement.

Bennett's effective resignation date will be June 30. The district will pay him $203,857.13.

Bennett was named superintendent in 2022, and had served as an administrator for 17 years before that.

Last November, Bennett gained attention for his call to modify the script and recast the high school production of Oklahoma!

The board of trustees met behind closed doors over several months to decide Bennett's fate with the district. On March 8, the board suspended him pay.

Deputy Superintendent Dr. Thomas O'Neal was appointed as interim superintendent and will continue to hold the position until a new superintendent is hired.

Sherman ISD remains tight-lipped about the cost of the investigation that led to the superintendent's separation.