CHSD 155

School District

2017

Data year

549

Employees

$45 million

Total expenditure

$88,046

Median salary

Summary

The median salary in CHSD 155 is higher than 96.93% of School District median salaries in Illinois.

CHSD 155 spent more on payroll in 2017 than 96.83% of other employers in the School District category.

The highest spending department in CHSD 155 is the Cary-Grove Community High School, with an annual payroll expenditure of $11,773,844.

Employees View all (549)

Top earners in CHSD 155

Name Position Department Salary
Johnnie Thomas District Superintendent Chsd 155 $191,976
Steven E Olson Principal CHSD 155 Crystal Lake Central High School $169,925
Cory G Tafoya Assistant/Associate District Superintendent Chsd 155 $168,128
Randy D Davis Assistant/Associate District Superintendent Chsd 155 $166,668
Jay Sargeant Principal CHSD 155 Cary-Grove Community High School $161,274

Data year: 2017 (Source)

Departments View all (5)

Top-spending departments in CHSD 155

Department Number of employees Median salary Total expenditure
Cary-Grove Community High School 135 $87,214 $12 million
Prairie Ridge High School 145 $75,576 $11 million
Crystal Lake South High School 134 $77,753 $10 million
Crystal Lake Central High School 127 $81,462 $10 million
Chsd 155 8 $147,656 $1 million

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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