The man who stepped down from a high paying education job in Toms River could still collect hundreds of thousands of dollars in pension and sick pay. Michael Ritacco quit his job as the superintendent of the Toms River School District on Friday after he was indicted on various bribery and fraud charges. State officials say that Ritacco could still collect a pension of $155,000; however, if he’s convicted of the charges, that pension is lost. Ritacco is also owed about $53,000 for unused sick time. He is accused of being involved in a scheme that resulted in $1 million in bribes.