• 72°

Area superintendents' salaries

Judy Grissom
Rowan-Salisbury
Superintendent since December 2005
Salary: $193,826 — state $129,660 local $64,166
Local salary history:
06-07 — $43,862
07-08 — $51,717
08-09 — $56,479
09-10 — $59,938
In her contract
Membership fees: Board provides an allowance of up to $500 annual for membership charges in professional and civic organizations
Communication devices: Board provides Grissom with a cell phone and pays up to $50 per month for basic fees and cost.
Transportation: Board provides transportation required in the performance of official duties by paying her for her transportation expenses the amount of $600 per month for expenses within Rowan County. Out-of-county travel in her personal vehicle is paid at the same rates as provided for all employees.
Bonus: At minimum, Grissom shall receive a 2.5 percent raise annually beginning July 1, 2006. The board conducts a performance review each year; superintendent is entitled to a 3 percent performance-based raise if goals are met
~~~~~~
Pam Cain
Kannapolis
Superintendent since July 1, 2010
Salary: $135,000
Local salary history: This is Cain’s first year with Kannapolis City Schools. The former superintendent received a local supplement of $5,930 each year from 2006-07 through 2009-10.
In her contract…
Membership fees: School board pays membership fees to the American Association of School Administrators, the N.C. Association of School Administrators and, upon board approval, other civic or professional group memberships
Communication devices: Board provides Cain with a cell phone, pager, home fax machine, laptop computer and home Internet access
Transportation: Board not obligated to provide transportation allowance, but required to reimburse the superintendent for travel outside Kannapolis City Schools at the same rate provided for all employees
Bonus: Salary reviewed by board annually, increase can be granted by action of the board
~~~~~~~
Iredell-Statesville
Brady Johnson
Superintendent since Nov. 9, 2009
Salary: $175,100 — $100,032 state, $75,068 local
Local salary history: Despite Post requests for supplement history, that information has not been provided.
In his contract
Membership fees: School board pays membership expenses including fees, travel, meals and lodging to local, state and national profession organizations not to exceed $5,000 per year
Communication devices: No mention
Transportation: No mention
Bonus: No mention
~~~~~~~~~~
Alamance-Burlington
Del Burns
Interim Superintendent since Jan. 3, 2011
Salary: $189,300 — $131,424 state, $57,876 local supplement
Local salary history: Burns just started as interim superintendent.
Randy Bridges, who served as superintendent from September 2006 through December 2010, has the following supplement history:
06-07 — 47,976.00
07-08 — 53,064.00
08-09 — 54,036.00
09-10 — 55,020.00
In his contract
Membership fees: School board pays membership fees for up to five professional or civic organizations and three civic organization of his choosing, upon board approval
Communication devices: No mention
Transportation: Board pays monthly travel allowance of $400 per month, reimburses the superintendent for out of county travel in his personal vehicle at the same rates as provided by all employees
Bonus: Board agrees to provide an additional performance bonus each fiscal year of up to $5,000 based on an evaluation
~~~~~~~~~
Cabarrus County Schools
Barry Shepherd
Superintendent since Jan. 22, 2008
Salary: $181,221 — $137,388 state, $28,233 local, $15,600 supplement
Local salary history: Despite Post requests for supplement history, that information has not been provided.
In his contract:
Membership fees: School board pays fees to professional organizations including the American Association of School Administrators, the N.C. Association of School Administrators and others as approved by the board chair. Fees to one local service club are also paid.
Communication devices: No mention
Transportation: Travel expenses incurred within Cabarrus County are the responsibility of Shepherd. He can be reimbursed expense incurred for travel outside the county at the mileage rate then applicable for all other employees
Bonus: Board will conduct an annual performance evaluation to determine. At that time, Shepherd may receive a performance bonus in an amount determined by the board.
Other: Receives a monthly administrative supplement of $1,000
~~~~~~~~~~
Fred L. Mock
Davidson County Schools
Superintendent since 1997
Salary: $204,339 — state $129,660, local $74,679
Local salary history:
06-07 — $51,096
07-08 — $62,219
08-09 — $70,160
09-10 — $74,679
In his contract
Membership fees: School board pays fees to professional organizations including the American Association of School Administrators, the N.C. Association of School Administrators, Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development, Total Quality Management Association and others and others. Attendance costs, reasonable expenses, registration fees up to $4,500 annually. Board pays membership fees for one civic club at $400 per year.
Communication devices: No mention
Transportation: Board provides Mock with a car to accommodate transportation required in the performance of his duties during employment
Bonus: May receive from local funds an annual bonus of up to $2,000, the payment of which will be contingent on the board’s evaluation of Mock’s performance
 
 
 
 

Comments

Comments closed.

News

Catawba College hosts three in-person commencement ceremonies

Local

With high case loads causing numerous staff departures, Child Protective Services seeks more positions

Education

Livingstone College graduates celebrate ‘crossing the finish line’ during commencement celebration

Coronavirus

Rowan sees 4 new COVID-19 deaths as mask mandate lifted, vaccines administered continue decline

Local

Spencer is latest town updating its development ordinance

Local

Salisbury native Kristy Woodson Harvey makes NY Times bestseller list

Local

Board of Commissioners will convene for third time in May

Business

Biz Roundup: Salisbury, Kannapolis among recipients of Region of Excellence Awards

Local

Cheerleading team competes at Disney

Education

Salisbury High to celebrate football, swimming champions with parade

High School

High school girls soccer: Isley, Webb lead all-county team

Local

Spencer awarded $10,000 to develop trails at Stanback Forest

Books

‘Tails and Tales’ coming to library this summer

Local

Public Records: March Deeds

Entertainment

Salisbury Symphony’s ‘Return to the Concert Hall’ available May 24-31

Coronavirus

Salisbury teen becomes one of first in age group to receive COVID-19 vaccine

Business

Local farm and creamery poised to add goat yoga, artisan goat cheese to offerings

Local

Pandemic’s impact, uncertainty of transit funding prompt request to eliminate Rowan Express service

Lifestyle

New Waterworks’ exhibit opens June 1

High School

High school football: Walsh accepts the South football challenge

Lifestyle

Price of Freedom Museum gets donated landscape project

Lifestyle

Rowan Museum will have Upscale Yard Sale Saturday

Business

Seventh dragon boat festival set for July 24; deadline for sponsorships is May 28

Nation/World

‘Shocking and horrifying’: Israel destroys AP office in Gaza