Batavia USD 101

School District

2017

Data year

537

Employees

$37 million

Total expenditure

$72,796

Median salary

Summary

The median salary in Batavia USD 101 is higher than 91.69% of School District median salaries in Illinois.

Batavia USD 101 spent more on payroll in 2017 than 95.45% of other employers in the School District category.

The highest spending department in Batavia USD 101 is the Batavia Sr High School, with an annual payroll expenditure of $10,755,725.

Employees View all (537)

Top earners in Batavia USD 101

Name Position Department Salary
Lisa M Hichens District Superintendent Batavia Usd 101 $190,820
Bradley Newkirk Assistant/Associate District Superintendent Batavia Usd 101 $148,010
Steve E Pearce Assistant/Associate District Superintendent Batavia Usd 101 $144,000
Anton J Inglese Assistant/Associate District Superintendent Batavia Usd 101 $143,750
Joanne Smith Principal Batavia USD 101 Batavia Sr High School $139,600

Data year: 2017 (Source)

Departments View all (9)

Top-spending departments in Batavia USD 101

Department Number of employees Median salary Total expenditure
Batavia Sr High School 158 $68,074 $11 million
Sam Rotolo Middle Sch 119 $75,191 $9 million
Alice Gustafson Elem School 55 $63,378 $3 million
Hoover Wood Elem School 44 $64,944 $3 million
J B Nelson Elem School 45 $61,899 $3 million

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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