Hinsdale CCSD 181

School District

2017

Data year

445

Employees

$34 million

Total expenditure

$84,827

Median salary

Summary

The median salary in Hinsdale CCSD 181 is higher than 95.94% of School District median salaries in Illinois.

Hinsdale CCSD 181 spent more on payroll in 2017 than 94.16% of other employers in the School District category.

The highest spending department in Hinsdale CCSD 181 is the Hinsdale Middle School, with an annual payroll expenditure of $6,751,385.

Employees View all (445)

Top earners in Hinsdale CCSD 181

Name Position Department Salary
Donald E White District Superintendent Hinsdale Ccsd 181 $239,527
Christina Sepiol Assistant/Associate District Superintendent Hinsdale Ccsd 181 $155,000
Anne D Kryger Principal Hinsdale CCSD 181 Prospect Elem School $146,546
Kelley A Gallt Assistant/Associate District Superintendent Hinsdale Ccsd 181 $145,000
Jeanmarie C Considine Principal Hinsdale CCSD 181 Elm Elem School $144,330

Data year: 2017 (Source)

Departments View all (10)

Top-spending departments in Hinsdale CCSD 181

Department Number of employees Median salary Total expenditure
Hinsdale Middle School 82 $82,334 $7 million
Clarendon Hills Middle School 63 $76,182 $5 million
Monroe Elem School 42 $79,228 $3 million
Prospect Elem School 43 $74,303 $3 million
Madison Elem School 40 $77,277 $3 million

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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