Teachers to get $1,860 pay hike

Published: Wednesday, December 11, 2013 at 14:35 PM.

Standardizing the supplementals

The new contract makes several changes to the list of supplemental contracts, with many of the details to be further reviewed by the school board early next year.

  • ·A new supplemental position for Flag Corps was created with $500 to be added to this new position. The board will create a new job description for this position.
  • ·The supplement for the Odyssey of the Mind advisor will double, from $750 to $1,500.
  • ·The athletic director and head football coach each will receive a supplement equal to 14 percent of a starting teacher’s $32,960 base salary, or $4,614.
  • ·The head girls and boys basketball coaches will receive 10 percent of base salary, or $3,296.
  • ·The head volleyball, softball and baseball coaches each will receive 9 percent of base salary, or $2,966.
  • ·The head boys and girls soccer coaches each will receive 8 percent of base salary, or $2,637.
  • ·The head track and field and cheerleading coaches, as well as assistant varsity and middle school football coaches, each will receive 6 percent of base salary, or $1,978.
  • ·The assistant varsity boys, and middle school girls and boys, basketball coaches, as well as assistant coaches of volleyball, softball and baseball, each will get 5.5 percent of base salary, or $1,813.
  • ·The head girls golf coach, and weightlifting coach, each will get 5 percent of base salary, or $1,648.
  • ·The assistant boys and girls soccer coaches will each get 4 percent of base salary, of $1,318.
  • ·The middle school volleyball, softball and baseball coaches, as well as the assistant track and field coach, each will receive 3.5 percent of base salary, or $1,154.
  • ·The middle school cheerleading coach will receive 3 percent of base salary, or $989.
  • ·The clock operators and ticket collectors at athletic events will continue to be paid $25 per event.


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