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Data Shows Similar Employee Salaries Across County School Districts.

By Timothy Perry

August 28, 2015 - 6:58 PM

Publicly available data on school employee salaries through the Office of the Ohio Treasurer from the 2013-2014 school year (the latest year available) shows salary similarities across all county districts.

Mount Vernon City Schools have the highest average salary and Danville local schools have the lowest average salary. 

Certified school employee salaries vary based on level of education, years of experience, years of employment, and starting salary. For example, a teacher in a school district in their first year of teaching and who holds a bachelor's degree might make $28,000, whereas a teacher with a masters degree and 35 years of experience could make near $70,000.

2013-2014 School Employee Salaries by District

East Knox
Centerburg Danville Fredericktown North Fork
Mount Vernon
Superintendent $98,000
Middle School Principal
High School Principal
Elementary School Principal
$68,264 $83,091
Highest Paid Teacher
$68,048 $66,921
Lowest Paid Teacher


-In some districts, middle and high school principals are shared. In the table above, those principals are listed in the "High School Principal" row and the "Middle School Principal" row is left blank.

-Highest and lowest paid teachers were calculated using only full-time, full-day teachers.

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