Wilmette SD 39

School District

2017

Data year

391

Employees

$28 million

Total expenditure

$69,899

Median salary

Summary

The median salary in Wilmette SD 39 is higher than 89.52% of School District median salaries in Illinois.

Wilmette SD 39 spent more on payroll in 2017 than 92.78% of other employers in the School District category.

The highest spending department in Wilmette SD 39 is the Wilmette Junior High School, with an annual payroll expenditure of $6,093,319.

Employees View all (391)

Top earners in Wilmette SD 39

Name Position Department Salary
Raymond E Lechner District Superintendent Wilmette Sd 39 $250,267
Denise Thrasher Special Education Director Wilmette Sd 39 $178,829
Gail F Buscemi Chief School Business Official Wilmette Sd 39 $156,455
Sandra R Capsuto English As A Second Language Teacher Wilmette SD 39 Romona Elem School $153,153
Heather L Glowacki General Administrator Or General Supervisor Wilmette Sd 39 $151,128

Data year: 2017 (Source)

Departments View all (7)

Top-spending departments in Wilmette SD 39

Department Number of employees Median salary Total expenditure
Wilmette Junior High School 86 $70,853 $6 million
Highcrest Middle School 84 $65,421 $5 million
Romona Elem School 67 $67,487 $5 million
Central Elem School 52 $64,352 $3 million
Mckenzie Elem School 46 $68,639 $3 million

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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