Clintn/Jeffrsn/Marin/Washngtn ROE

School District


Data year



$1 million

Total expenditure


Median salary


The median salary in Clintn/Jeffrsn/Marin/Washngtn ROE is higher than 2.77% of School District median salaries in Illinois.

Clintn/Jeffrsn/Marin/Washngtn ROE spent more on payroll in 2017 than 27.40% of other employers in the School District category.

The highest spending department in Clintn/Jeffrsn/Marin/Washngtn ROE is the Clnton/Mrn/Wshngtn Pre-Kind Prog, with an annual payroll expenditure of $428,342.

Employees View all (46)

Top earners in Clintn/Jeffrsn/Marin/Washngtn ROE

Name Position Department Salary
Ronald L Daniels Regional Superintendent Clintn/Jeffrsn/Marin/Washngtn Roe $112,371
Melanie A Andrews Assistant Regional Superintendent Clintn/Jeffrsn/Marin/Washngtn Roe $101,137
Brian P Guthrie General Administrator Or General Supervisor Clintn/Jeffrsn/Marin/Washngtn Roe $83,250
Steven M Shifflet General Administrator Or General Supervisor Clintn/Jeffrsn/Marin/Washngtn ROE Mt Vernon Alternative School $72,334
Brittany E Boldt General Administrator Or General Supervisor Clintn/Jeffrsn/Marin/Washngtn ROE Clnton/Mrn/Wshngtn Pre-Kind Prog $63,240

Data year: 2017 (Source)

Departments View all (7)

Top-spending departments in Clintn/Jeffrsn/Marin/Washngtn ROE

Department Number of employees Median salary Total expenditure
Clnton/Mrn/Wshngtn Pre-Kind Prog 19 $22,544 $428k
Clintn/Jeffrsn/Marin/Washngtn Roe 5 $73,162 $366k
Mt Vernon Alternative School 5 $40,775 $204k
Centralia Alternative School 5 $33,659 $168k
Jefferson County Prekindergarten 6 $23,029 $138k

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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