After what School Committee members described as a nearly perfect evaluation, Superintendent June Doe will receive a 3.5 percent raise for her final year. Doe received more than 3.75 out of 4 in her evaluation, according to committee chairman Joe Heisler. “We’ve asked her to take on an awful lot,” Heisler said, alluding to a project to move the town’s Early Childhood Education Center to the former Dexter School on High Street. Doe will retire at the end of the 2013-2014 school year. Advertising for the position will begin in January, with interviews in February and March. A search committee will conduct a first round of interviews in nonpublic meetings, and finalists will be interviewed in public, according to School Committee legal adviser Edward F. Lenox Jr.