Granite City CUSD 9

School District


Data year



$25 million

Total expenditure


Median salary


The median salary in Granite City CUSD 9 is higher than 88.82% of School District median salaries in Illinois.

Granite City CUSD 9 spent more on payroll in 2017 than 91.89% of other employers in the School District category.

The highest spending department in Granite City CUSD 9 is the Granite City High School, with an annual payroll expenditure of $7,130,558.

Employees View all (400)

Top earners in Granite City CUSD 9

Name Position Department Salary
James J Greenwald District Superintendent Granite City Cusd 9 $170,865
James C Parker General Administrator Or General Supervisor Granite City Cusd 9 $143,526
Zack A Suhre Chief School Business Official Granite City Cusd 9 $138,350
Cynthia A Gagich General Administrator Or General Supervisor Granite City Cusd 9 $129,857
Kristen Lynn Novacich - Koberna General Administrator Or General Supervisor Granite City Cusd 9 $123,936

Data year: 2017 (Source)

Departments View all (9)

Top-spending departments in Granite City CUSD 9

Department Number of employees Median salary Total expenditure
Granite City High School 114 $62,549 $7 million
Grigsby Intermediate Sch 54 $59,456 $3 million
Coolidge Junior High Sch 51 $61,332 $3 million
Prather Elementary School 49 $56,976 $3 million
Maryville Elem School 32 $61,502 $2 million

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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