Adlai E Stevenson HSD 125

School District

2017

Data year

382

Employees

$34 million

Total expenditure

$93,327

Median salary

Summary

The median salary in Adlai E Stevenson HSD 125 is higher than 98.02% of School District median salaries in Illinois.

Adlai E Stevenson HSD 125 spent more on payroll in 2017 than 93.97% of other employers in the School District category.

The highest spending department in Adlai E Stevenson HSD 125 is the Adlai E Stevenson High School, with an annual payroll expenditure of $33,730,449.

Employees View all (382)

Top earners in Adlai E Stevenson HSD 125

Name Position Department Salary
Eric L Twadell District Superintendent Adlai E Stevenson HSD 125 Adlai E Stevenson High School $210,758
Sean P Carney Assistant/Associate District Superintendent Adlai E Stevenson Hsd 125 $190,060
Troy Gobble Principal Adlai E Stevenson HSD 125 Adlai E Stevenson High School $188,447
Kimberly C Chambers General Administrator Or General Supervisor Adlai E Stevenson HSD 125 Adlai E Stevenson High School $181,922
Mark A Onuscheck Head Of Gen Ed (Depart Chair Admin Endorsement Held) Adlai E Stevenson HSD 125 Adlai E Stevenson High School $171,563

Data year: 2017 (Source)

Departments View all (2)

Top-spending departments in Adlai E Stevenson HSD 125

Department Number of employees Median salary Total expenditure
Adlai E Stevenson High School 381 $88,531 $34 million
Adlai E Stevenson Hsd 125 1 $190,060 $190k

Data year: 2017 (Source)

What are you interested in?

Highest paid people in Illinois

Explore

Highest spending departments in Chicago

Explore

Highest spending police departments

Explore

Need help or see any problems or errors?

This database is a living document. We update it regularly and are always on the lookout to make it more robust and precise. If you think we are missing a government unit we should include, please let us know.

While we make every reasonable effort to vet the accuracy of compensation included in the database, it is impossible to double-check all numbers in an undertaking of this magnitude. The basic building blocks of this database are reports provided by public agencies and it is possible errors in those initial reports or others made along the way will be reflected in the numbers we publish. That is why we need help from the public to point out problems.

If you spot something that isn’t right, or if information is missing for a government unit you care about, please contact our data coordinator.