3 Daily $ $ $ ,850 81,525 96,201 Asst. Principal, 9th Grade Campus Daily $ $ $ ,253 94, , ,001 96, ,683 Principal, 9th Grade Principal, Crowley Learning Ctr. Principal, Elementary Pay Grade 105 Pay Grade 107 Director CTE/Principal CTEC Pay Grade 108 Daily $ $ $ , , , , , ,777 Principal, Middle School Pay Grade 109 Daily $ $ $ $92,147 $112,372 $132,601 Principal, High School Asst. Principal, High School Principal, Intermediate HS Head Varsity Football Coach Beginning with the contract year, those campus-level positions that have been designated 226-day will be reduced to 221-day, those that have been 221-day will be reduced to 217-day and those that have been 210-day will be reduced to 207-day. Salaries will remain at the recommended level even though the length of contract has been reduced. This schedule is for the -school year only.
4 Duty Days $10.92 $12.99 $ ,336 19,433 22,545 Instructional Aide I Duty Days $11.51 $14.03 $ ,219 20,989 24, ,350 24,805 29,260 Instructional Aide II Clerk, Diagnostician Duty Days $12.66 $15.44 $ ,939 23,098 27, ,952 24,333 28, ,965 25,569 30, ,383 27,298 32,195 Office Aide III Aide, Health Clinic Duty Days $13.93 $16.98 $ ,839 25,402 29, ,628 30,021 35, ,185 30,700 36,232 Office Aide IV Health Services Coordinator Assistant Interpreter, SE Waivered/Comm. Asst. Secretary, Alt Campus Duty Days $15.32 $18.67 $ $27,086 $33,009 $38, ,699 33,755 39,830 Secretary, Elem/Inter. Campus Principal Secretary, MS Campus Principal Secretary, 9th Campus Principal Campus Clerical / Paraprofessional Pay Ranges Pay Grade 201 Office Aide I Pay Grade 202 Office Aide II Pay Grade 203 Braille Transcriptionist Pay Grade 204 Pay Grade 205 Secretary, HS Accounts Activity Registrar, HS Data Processor, HS This schedule is for the -school year only.
5 Duty Days $16.85 $20.55 $ $30,465 $37,154 $43,844 Secretary, HS Campus Principal Duty Days $18.55 $22.61 $ ,751 33,825 39,913 Interpreter, SE Certified - Basic Duty Days $20.40 $24.87 $ ,518 37,206 43,923 Interpreter, SE Certified - Advanced Pay Grade 206 Secretary, CATE Pay Grade 207 Pay Grade 208 Beginning with the contract year, those campus-level positions that have been designated 226-day will be reduced to 221-day, those that have been 221-day will be reduced to 217-day and those that have been 210-day will be reduced to 207-day. Salaries will remain at the recommended level even though the length of contract has been reduced. This schedule is for the -school year only.
6 AUX $9.32 $11.23 $ $13,421 $16,171 $18,922 Food Service Specialist AUX $11.92 $14.37 $16.81 Grounds Crew Warehouse Worker/Delivery Duty Days AUX $12.95 $15.80 $ ,306 24,774 29,228 Food Service Manager, Elem/Intermediate Night Security Delivery/Maintenance Helper AUX $14.24 $17.38 $20.51 Grounds/Licensed Pest Control General Maintenance Worker Painter/General Maintenance Duty Days AUX $16.39 $19.98 $ ,700 31,329 36,989 Food Service Manager, High School Carpenter/General Maintenance Roofer Duty Days AUX $18.03 $21.98 $25.95 Food Services Equipment Technician HVAC Tech II Fire Alarm Technician Auxiliary Pay Ranges Custodian Pay Grade 302 Mail Carrier Pay Grade 303 Lead Custodian, Elem/Interm/MS Lead Custodian, HS Night Security, Lead Pay Grade 305 HVAC Tech I Small Engine Repair Pay Grade 306 Grounds Crew/Landscape & Irrigation Spec. Journeyman Plumber Senior Painter/General Maintenance Pay Grade 301 Grounds/Ranch Hand Pay Grade 304 Journeyman Electrician Licensed Pest Control, Lead Locksmith This schedule is for the -school year only.
7 Duty Days AUX $19.83 $24.18 $28.54 Carpenter, Lead HVAC Technician, Lead Licensed Locksmith, Lead Electrician, Lead Duty Days AUX $20.83 $25.40 $29.96 Supervisor, Grounds Pay Grade 309 Duty Days AUX $21.82 $26.60 $31.39 Supervisor, Maintenance & Operations Pay Grade 307 Procurement Specialist Roofer, Lead Master Plumber, Lead Pay Grade 308 Supervisor, Warehouse Maintenance Department Second Shift Pay Differential - $1.00 per hour This schedule is for the -school year only.
8 Duty Days $12.66 $15.44 $ ,889 27,916 32,924 Office Aide III Duty Days $15.32 $18.67 $ ,699 33,755 39,830 Specialist, Human Resources Clerk, Accounts Payable Secretary, Student Services/ODS Secretary, Special Ed Department Duty Days $16.85 $20.55 $ ,465 37,154 43,844 PEIMS, Assistant Coordinator Secretary, Athletic Director Secretary, Curriculum Department Secretary, Human Resources Secretary, Sp Ed. Director Secretary, Finance Duty Days $18.03 $21.98 $ ,598 39,740 46,918 Computer Technician Duty Days $18.55 $22.61 $ ,538 40,879 48,237 Clerk, Payroll Secretary, Curriculum Dept/Translator Specialist, Accounts Payable Secretary, Executive Director Textbook Coordinator/Technology Secretary Specialist, Worker's Compenstion Duty Days $20.40 $24.87 $ ,883 44,965 53,083 PEIMS, Coordinator Specialist, Payrolll District Personnel Pay Ranges Paraprofessional/Technical Pay Grade 401 Receptionist, Central Office Pay Grade 402 Pay Grade 403 Pay Grade 404 Pay Grade 405 Pay Grade 406 Secretary, Chief This schedule is for the -school year only.
9 Duty Days $21.24 $25.72 $ ,402 46,502 54,620 Secretary, Deputy Superintendent Duty Days $23.75 $28.97 $ ,940 52,378 61,834 Secretary, Superintendent Daily $ $ $ ,156 58,726 69,294 Business Program Analyst Entry Systems Analyst Operational Program Analyst Daily $ $ $ ,711 72,817 85,925 Senior Systems Analyst Daily $ $ $ ,647 73,922 87,030 Specialist, Curriculum Department Daily $ $ $ ,892 77,916 91,941 Coordinator, Safety and Security Supervisor, Human Resources Pay Grade 407 Pay Grade 408 Administrative / Professional Pay Grade 409 Webmaster Office Manager, Human Resources Pay Grade 410 Campus Administrative Programming Manager Pay Grade 411 Pay Grade 412 Energy Manager Coordinator, Instructional Technology This schedule is for the -school year only.
10 Daily $ $ $ ,523 77,467 91, ,363 83,369 98,378 Coordinator, Curriculum Department Coordinator, Accounting Coordinator, Special Education Coordinator, PEIMS/Information Systems Daily $ $ $ ,147 89, ,264 Director, Support Programs &Sec. Inst. Director, Human Resources Director, Maintenance Daily $ $ $ ,001 96, ,683 Public Information Officer Pay Grade 414 Daily $ $ $ , , ,777 Director, Federal Programs & Elem. Inst. Director, Information & Technology Resources Director, Accounting/Finance Pay Grade 417 Daily $ $ $ , , ,601 Director, Athletics Director, Special Education Pay Grade 415 Pay Grade 416 Executive Director Pay Grade 418 Daily $ $ $ , , ,388 Chief Instructional Officer Chief of School Operations Chief Administrative Support Officer Pay Grade 419 Daily $ $ $ , , ,728 Deputy Superintendent Pay Grade 413 Technology & Network Operations Manager This schedule is for the -school year only.
11 POSITION TITLES, PAY GRADES AND DUTY DAYS POSITION TITLE PAY GRADE DUTY DAYS 21ST CENTURY PROJECT DIRECTOR PER GRANT 210(B) 21ST CENTURY SITE COORDINATOR PER GRANT 205 ADVANCED ACADEMICS COORDINATOR (B) ADVANCED ACADEMICS/PGP COORDINATOR (B) AIDE, HEALTH CLINIC ASST PRINCIPAL, ELEMENTARY (A) ASST PRINCIPAL, INTERMEDIATE ASST PRINCIPAL, MIDDLE SCHOOL ASST PRINCIPAL, 9TH GRADE CAMPUS ASST PRINCIPAL, CTEC ASST PRINCIPAL, HIGH SCHOOL BEHAVIOR ANALYST, BOARD CERTIFIED BEHAVIOR SPECIALIST, GENERAL EDUCATION BEHAVIOR SPECIALIST, SPECIAL EDUCATION BRAILLE TRANSCRIPTIONIST BUSINESS PROGRAM ANALYST CAMPUS ADMINISTRATIVE PROGRAMMING MANAGER CAMPUS INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGIST CARPENTER/GENERAL MAINTENANCE 305 AUXILIARY CARPENTER, LEAD 307 AUXILIARY CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT OFFICER CHIEF INSTRUCTIONAL OFFICER CHIEF OF SCHOOL OPERATIONS CLERK, ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CLERK, DIAGNOSTICIAN CLERK, PAYROLL COMPUTER TECHNICIAN COORDINATOR, ACCOUNTING COORDINATOR, CURRICULUM DEPARTMENT COORDINATOR, INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY COORDINATOR, PEIMS/INFO SYSTEMS COORDINATOR, SAFETY AND SECURITY COORDINATOR, SPECIAL EDUCATION (A) COUNSELOR, ELEMENTARY COUNSELOR, INTERMEDIATE (A) COUNSELOR, MIDDLE SCHOOL (A) COUNSELOR, 9TH GRADE CAMPUS (A) COUNSELOR, HIGH SCHOOL, CTEC & CLC COUNSELOR, SPECIAL EDUCATION CUSTODIAN 301 AUXILIARY This schedule is for the school year only.
12 POSITION TITLE PAY GRADE DUTY DAYS CUSTODIAN-LEAD ELEM/INTERM/MS 303 AUXILIARY CUSTODIAN- LEAD HS 304 AUXILIARY DATA PROCESSOR, HS DELIVERY/MAINTENANCE HELPER 303 AUXILIARY DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT DIAGNOSTICIAN DIRECTOR, ACCOUNTING/FINANCE DIRECTOR, ATLETICS DIRECTOR, CTE/PRINCIPAL CTEC DIRECTOR, FEDERAL PROGRAMS & ELEM INSTR DIRECTOR, HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR, INFO SYS/TECH RESOURCES DIRECTOR, MAINTENANCE DIRECTOR, SPECIAL ED DIRECTOR, SUPPORT PROGRAMS & SEC INSTR ELECTRICIAN, LEAD 307 AUXILIARY ENERGY MGR ENTRY SYSTEMS ANALYST EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FIRE ALARM TECHNICIAN 306 AUXILIARY FOOD SERVICE EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN 306 AUXILIARY FOOD SERVICE MANAGER, ELEM & INTERMEDIATE FOOD SERVICE MANAGER, HIGH SCHOOL FOOD SERVICE SPECIALIST GENERAL MAINTENANCE WORKER 304 AUXILIARY GROUNDS CREW 302 AUXILIARY GROUNDS/RANCH HAND 302 AUXILIARY GROUNDS CREW/LANDSCAPING & IRRIGATION SPECIALIST 306 AUXILIARY GROUNDS CREW/LICENSED PEST CONTROL 304 AUXILIARY HEALTH SERVICES COORDINATOR ASSISTANT HS HEAD VARSITY FOOTBALL COACH HVAC TECH I 305 AUXILIARY HVAC TECH II 306 AUXILIARY HVAC TECH, LEAD 307 AUXILIARY INSTR AIDE I (187) INSTR AIDE II (187) INSTRUCTIONAL COACH, ELEMENTARY INSTRUCTIONAL COACH, MIDDLE SCHOOL INSTRUCTIONAL COACH, SECONDARY MATH INTERPRETER, SE CERTIFIED-ADVANCED INTERPRETER, SE CERTIFIED-BASIC This schedule is for the school year only.
13 POSITION TITLE PAY GRADE DUTY DAYS INTERPRETER, SE WAIVERED/COMM ASST JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIAN 306 AUXILIARY JOURNEYMAN PLUMBER 306 AUXILIARY JROTC INSTRUCTOR PER MIP AUXILIARY LICENSED LOCKSMITH, LEAD 307 AUXILIARY LICENSED PEST CONTROL, LEAD 306 AUXILIARY LOCKSMITH 306 AUXILIARY LSSP (PSYCHOLOGIST) MAIL CARRIER 302 AUXILIARY MASTER PLUMBER, LEAD 307 AUXILIARY MEDICAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL NIGHT SECURITY 303 AUXILIARY NIGHT SECURITY, LEAD 304 AUXILIARY OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT OFFICE AIDE I (187) OFFICE AIDE II (187) OFFICE AIDE II (217) OFFICE AIDE III (187) OFFICE AIDE III (207) (A) OFFICE AIDE III (217) OFFICE AIDE III (226) OFFICE AIDE IV (217) OFFICE MANAGER, HUMAN RESOURCES OPERATIONAL PROGRAM ANALYST PAINTER/GENERAL MAINTENANCE 304 AUXILIARY PEIMS, ASSISTANT COORDINATOR PEIMS, COORDINATOR PHYSICAL THERAPIST PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL, ELEMENTARY PRINCIPAL, INTERMEDIATE PRINCIPAL, MIDDLE SCHOOL PRINCIPAL, 9TH GRADE CAMPUS PRINCIPAL, HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL, CROWLEY LEARNING CENTER PROCUREMENT SPECIALIST 307 AUXILIARY PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER RECEPTIONIST, CENTRAL OFFICE REGISTRAR, HS ROOFER 305 AUXILIARY This schedule is for the school year only.
14 POSITION TITLE PAY GRADE DUTY DAYS ROOFER, LEAD 307 AUXILIARY SECRETARY, ALT CAMPUS SECRETARY, ATHLETICS DIRECTOR SECRETARY, CATE SECRETARY, CHIEF SECRETARY, CURRICULUM DEPT SECRETARY, CURRICULUM DEPT/TRANSLATOR SECRETARY, DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT SECRETARY, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR SECRETARY, FINANCE SECRETARY, HUMAN RESOURCES SECRETARY, HS ACCOUNTS ACTIVITY SECRETARY, PRINCIPAL ELEMENTARY SECRETARY, PRINCIPAL INTERMEDIATE SECRETARY, PRINCIPAL MIDDLE SCHOOL SECRETARY, PRINCIPAL 9TH GRADE CAMPUS SECRETARY, PRINCIPAL HIGH SCHOOL SECRETARY, SPECIAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT SECRETARY, SPECIAL EDUCATION DIRECTOR SECRETARY, STUDENT SERVICES/ODS SECRETARY, SUPERINTENDENT SECRETARY, TEXTBOOK COORDINATOR/TECHNOLGY SENIOR PAINTER/GENERAL MAINTENANCE 306 AUXILIARY SENIOR SYSTEMS ANALYST SMALL ENGINE REPAIR 305 AUXILIARY SPECIALIST, ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SPECIALIST, CURRICULUM DEPARTMENT SPECIALIST, HUMAN RESOURCES SPECIALIST, PAYROLL SPECIALIST, WORKERS COMP SPEECH PATHOLOGIST SPEECH PATHOLOGIST ASSISTANT SUPERVISOR, GROUNDS 308 AUXILIARY SUPERVISOR, HUMAN RESOURCES SUPERVISOR, MAINTENANCE & OPERATIONS 309 AUXILIARY SUPERVISOR, WAREHOUSE 308 AUXILIARY TECHNOLOGY & NETWORK OPERATIONS MANAGER WAREHOUSE WORKER/DELIVERY 302 AUXILIARY WEBMASTER This schedule is for the school year only.
15 SALARY SCHEDULE FOR TEACHERS, LIBRARIANS, AND NURSES (RNs) Years Bachelor's Degree Master's Degree Experience 0-3 $48,727 $50,319 4 $49,036 $50,628 5 $49,345 $50,937 6 $49,654 $51,246 7 $49,963 $51,555 8 $50,272 $51,864 9 $50,877 $52, $51,186 $52, $51,495 $53, $51,804 $53, $52,188 $53, $52,799 $54, $53,108 $54, $53,673 $55, $54,328 $55, $54,776 $56, $55,085 $56, $56,134 $57, $56,962 $58, $57,836 $59, $58,710 $60, $59,134 $60, $60,009 $61,600 > x prior CISD year 1.03 x prior CISD year This schedule is based on 187 days for the school year only. No past or future payments can be calculated, assumed or predicted on the basis of his schedule.
16 Stipend Schedule Academic * UIL Campus Coordinator- HS 3,000 UIL Theatre Arts/One Act Play-Director- HS 4,000 UIL Theatre Arts/One Act Play-Assist. Dir. -HS 2,000 UIL Speech/Debate-Includes ALL events- HS 3,000 National Honor Society 1,500 UIL Campus Coordinator- MS 1,000 UIL Theatre Arts/One Act Play- MS 1,000 UIL Campus Coordinator- Elem/Inter 500 UIL Event 500 Whiz Quiz- MS 500 National Junior Honor Society 1,000 Bilingual Teacher/Speech Therapist 4,000 Science Teacher 7-12 only- content certified 3,000 Math Teacher 7-12 only- content certified 3,000 BIC/RISE Teacher 3,000 Project Lead the Way 1,000 Home Based Services $22/hour JROTC 5,000 Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSO) sponsor 1,000 Special Education and 504 * 504 Campus Liaison 3,280 Diagnosticians 2,000 Special Education Leads * Speech Language Pathologist 2,500 Diagnostician 3,000 Mentors * Mentors $500 per Mentee Not to exceed $1,000 total Alternative Campus * Professional 2,000 Department Head * Secondary 10-12, ELA, Math, SS, Sci, PE, Fine Arts, SpEd, LOTE 2,000 Ninth Grade ELA, Math, SS, Sci, PE, Fine Arts, SpEd, LOTE 1,500 CTE 1,000 Middle School ELA, Math, SS, Sci, PE, Fine Arts, SpEd, LOTE, CTE 1,000 Administrative * Associate Principal (HS only) 4,000 Textbook Coordinator 2,500 Medical Health Specialist Registered Nurse (RN) 3,000 * Maximum of 3 academic stipends unless approved by Superintendent. This schedule is for the school year only.
17 Stipend Schedule Band/Drill/Step Team * High School Band Director 12,000 High School Band Assistant 5,500 Middle School Band Director 4,500 Intermediate/Middle School Band Assistant 3,500 Drill Team 4,000 Step Team - Senior High Campus only 1,250 Cheerleading * High School 4,000 Assistant High School 2,800 9th Grade 2,400 Middle School 2,000 Choral Music * High School Choral 8,000 Middle School Choral 3,000 Lead Elementary Music Instructor 2,000 Yearbook/Newspaper * HS One Sponsor YB/NP 4,200 9th Grade - One Sponsor 9 YB/NP 1,600 MS One Sponsor YB/NP 1,600 Elementary YB 1,000 Student Council * High School 2,500 9th Grade 1,500 Middle School 1,400 Coordinators Lead Counselor - Senior High Campus only 2,500 Graduation Coordinator 1,250 Nurse 5,000 District Library Media Specialist Elementary 1,640 Secondary 1,640 Administrative Expense Stipend Deputy Superintendent $75/month Chiefs $75/month Executive Directors $75/month Directors $75/month HR Supervisor $75/month Safety and Security Coordinator $75/month Campus Principal $75/month HS Athletic Trainer $75/month Nurse Coordinator $75/month Athletic Coordinators $75/month * Maximum of 3 academic stipends unless approved by Superintendent. This schedule is for the school year only.
18 Stipend Schedule High School Head Coaches * ANNUAL Volleyball 7,000 Cross Country 4,530 Basketball 8,600 Golf 6,000 Tennis 6,000 Baseball 7,700 Softball 7,700 Soccer 5,900 Swimming 6,800 Track 5,670 Middle School Athletic Stipends * ANNUAL Head Coach Football 3,350 Football 2,500 Volleyball 2,500 Cross Country 2,500 Basketball 2,500 Track 2,500 Tennis 2,500 Intermediate School Athletic Stipends * ANNUAL Intermediate Intramural Coach 500 Intermediate Intramural Coordinator 1,500 Other Athletic Stipends * ANNUAL High School Assistant Coach 4,330 Offensive Football Coordinator 5,460 Defensive Football Coordinator 5,460 High School Trainer 10,000 Part-time Assistant Coach 2,165 Athletic Administrative Duties * Athletic Coordinator 12,000 Middle School Athletic Coordinator 1,500 * Maximum of 3 athletic stipends, per coach or coach coordinator, unless approved by Superintendent. This schedule is for the school year only.
19 Stipend Schedule Stipend Scale for Summer Programs Summer School Administrator-experience as Assistant Principal 5,250 during the school year is preferred Summer School Teachers-teachers hired for critical shortage areas may be paid a rate not to exceed $30 per hour $22-30/hour Certified Substitute Teacher Paid at same rate as teacher Nurse (RN) $35/hour All Office Staff - Secretaries/Paraprofessionals $11/hour Substitute Office Staff - Secretaries/Paraprofessionals $11/hour Instructional and/or State Assessment Paraprofessionals $11 - $15/hour Summer Textbook Assistant $10/hour State Assessment Campus Coordinators and Test Proctors $30/hour Stipend Scale for Summer Programs for Special Education (ESY - Extended School Year) Special Ed Teacher $30/hour Special Ed Paraprofessional $11/hour Speech Current hourly rate of pay Occupational Therapist (OT) Current hourly rate of pay Physical Therapist (PT) Current hourly rate of pay Deaf Ed Interpreters $15/hour Special Ed Staff conducting Summer Evaluations Current hourly rate of pay Zero Hour Compensation Teachers teaching courses offered as zero hour courses at the Bill R. Johnson Career and Technology Center will be eligible for additional compensation. Because these courses are outside the regular instructional day and in addition to the regular instructional day, extra compensation is allowed. Courses offered within the regular instructional day are not eligible for additional compensation. Rates of pay will be $3000 dollars a year long course and $1500 for a one semester course. All zero hour courses must be pre-approved by Deputy Superintendent. This schedule is for the school year only.
20 Stipend Schedule Grandfathered Stipends * GATE 2,000 Secondary Diagnostician (7-12) - begin ,000 * When the current employee leaves the above position or has a break in continous service the stipend will be eliminated. No new hire or current employee transferring into the above position will receive the stipend. This schedule is for the school year only.
21 Extra Duty Days Outside of the Contract Visually Impaired/Occupational Mobility Teacher HS Band Director HS Assistant Director Intermediate/MS Band Director and Assist. Dir HS Drill Team HS Cheer Coach and Assistant HS Choral MS Choral AG Teacher All Ath. Coaches except HS Varsity FB Head Coach and Athletic Coordinator Athletic Coordinator This schedule is for the school year only.
22 Middle School UIL Approved Events Note: Limit Two Events Per Teacher Number Sense Impromptu Speaking Oral Reading Prose Dictionary Skills Spelling Ready Writing Keyboarding Editorial Writing Science I Science II Mathematics Social Studies Pantomime Oral Reading Poetry Maps, Charts, & Graphs Listening Skills Art History Improv This schedule is for the school year only.
23 21st Century After School Title Salary Hourly Pay Project Director $44,700-62,348 N/A Program Coordinator $35,000-40,000 NA Family Involvement Coordinator $27,000-36,800 N/A Site Coordinator $27,000 36,800 N/A Administrative Assistant $15,000 20,000 N/A Certified Teachers (extra duty) N/A $22 Youth Development N/A $11 All salaries are based on the number of schools supervised and/or grant requirements. The salaries are consistent with other district personnel providing similar services. This schedule is for the school year only.
24 Substitute Pay Structure and Schedule * (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) (F) 1. PE Aides 2. Media Aides 3. Job Coaches 4. Health Clinic Aides Specific Special Education 5. All Special Education Paraprofessional Positions Paraprofessional Positions (excluding long-term except: BIC, RISE. FA. Autism, assignments) for: BIC, RISE. Life Skills, Career Skills, ISS, and FA. Autism, Life Skills, Career PPCD Skills, ISS, and PPCD Long-Term Assignment - Para Positions Professional Positions Long-Term Assignment - Professional Positions Non-Certified Sub per day + $10.00 per day no long-term pay differential per day per day Non-Certified/4 Yr Degree Sub per day + $10.00 per day no long-term pay differential per day per day Tx Certified Sub per day + $10.00 per day no long-term pay differential per day per day *Regardless of credentials, there will not be long-term pay differential for any paraprofessional position. *Long-term assignment rates begin on the 11th consecutive day of working in the same position for the same staff member regardless of the length of the assignment. If the substitute misses more than 2 student attendance days during the assignment then the substitute will be required to start over with 10 days at the regular rate of pay before being paid the long-term rate on the 11th consecutive day. *In certain long-term assignments, a negotiated compensation rate not to exceed $150 per day, may be authorized by the Human Resource Department. Considerations will include: responsibility for grading student work, responsible for planning instruction, assignment is a minimum of six consecutive weeks, substitute must be in attendance daily with only a maximum of one (1) day absent during this six week period. This rate may be effective from the first day of assignment. *Teachers substituting voluntarily during conference period or planning time: $22.00 per period (MS,HS) *Teachers accepting absent teachers' students - $25.00 per day (ES, IS) *Substitute Counselor Professionals pay is $80.00 per day. *Substitute Nurse/Medical Health Professionals pay is $ per day. *Permanent Sub -Degreed: $18,700 annually *Permanent Sub- Certified Teacher: $23,000 annually SUBSTITUTES WHO POSSESS A FOUR YEAR DEGREE OR HIGHER, AND WHO WISH TO BE CATEGORIZED AS "DEGREED" FOR PAY PURPOSES, MUST SEND YOUR ORIGINAL AND COMPLETE TRANSCRIPTS TO THE CROWLEY ISD SUBSTITUTE COORDINATOR FOR DEGREE VERIFICATION. UNOFFICIAL OR DUPLICATED TRANSCRIPTS CANNOT BE ACCEPTED. This schedule is for the school year only.
25 Curriculum and Instruction Additional Pay Procedures District Expectation for Professional Development If the District has provided funds for staff to attend professional development, the district expectation is that the attendee will return and present content/materials to district/campus at no additional compensation. Staff members who attend Trainer of Training (T.O.T) sessions for programs are expected to provide training to the campus/district as requested by the Curriculum and Instruction Department. Any compensation will be based on the criteria below. Often presenters will be sought by the Curriculum & Instruction department for specific types of presentations. Workshop proposals must be approved by the Curriculum & Instruction department. Workshop Preparation and Presentation Preparation: Compensation for workshop preparation may only be provided if preparation is done outside the regular work/calendar day and if the presentation falls into one of two categories. Categories for paid preparation time are for A) a Staff Development Day in the school calendar or B) a Cancelled Staff Development (from after-school, Saturday, Summer Learning Academy). The following pay schedule will be used for preparation outside the work/calendar day 1-3 hour presentations = $50.00 for preparation 4-6 hour presentations = $ for preparation Presentations: Workshops During Regular Work/Calendar Day: The district cannot provide compensation for workshop presentations by district personnel as part of their regular work schedule/contract calendar. (i.e. leading staff development on district staff development day) Workshops Outside Regular Work/Calendar Day The district will pay $75.00 per presentation hour. (Example: One presenter for a three-hour presentation will receive 3 x $75 = $225) Preparation time is included in the total amount paid. Co-presenters will divide the total based upon the number of presentation hours. This schedule is for the school year only. No past or future payments can be calculated, assumed or predicted on the basis of this schedule.
26 Funding: Request for Pay (Blue sheets) must be completed and signed immediately after the presentation and returned to the appropriate Coordinator. Summer Multi-day training sessions Staff who attend multi-day training sessions necessary for teaching assignment credentials (i.e. AP/Pre-AP Institute, AVID Conference, CTE, Sheltered Instruction, will not receive compensation. There may be exceptions to the above which may include special training sessions that are state, federal, or grant funded. Testing Proctors: Test proctors will be obtained for summer testing such as state assessments, credit by exams and college readiness assessments. All proctors are expected to utilize the Kronos System to track hours worked. Funding Personnel such as teachers, librarians and counselors will be preferred. The Curriculum and Instruction Department will provide budget codes to the payroll department. Kronos records will be required on a monthly basis according to the payroll calendar. An hourly wage of $30.00 for certified teachers or $11.00 for non-certified employees will be provided for state testing proctors. Proctors for college readiness testing (SAT, ACT, AcuPlacer) will be paid $22.00 an hour regardless of certification status. Tutorial Programs: Tutors All tutors are expected to utilize the KRONOS system to track hours worked. Only exempt personnel such as teachers, librarians and counselors will be utilized in after school programs due to Fair Standard Labor Laws. If a tutor cannot work on a scheduled day, another exempt employee can substitute for this tutor. The tutor substitute must also be set up on Kronos at the campus level. In the event that additional tutors are needed to prepare students at the SSI grades, tutors will be authorized by the Curriculum and Instruction department. The Curriculum and Instruction department will provide budget codes to the payroll department. Kronos records will be required on a monthly basis according to the payroll calendar. This schedule is for the school year only. No past or future payments can be calculated, assumed or predicted on the basis of this schedule.
27 Funding An hourly wage of $22.00 will be provided for after school program tutors. All tutors hired to work during the instructional day will be paid $75.00 daily and expected to work a full day. Tutors hired for critical shortage areas as identified by the Board of Trustees may be paid a rate not to exceed $30 per hour with prior approval of Curriculum and Instruction Administrator approval. Other Proctors will be obtained during summer testing. Tutors/proctors should be processed as substitutes and not paid through contracted services due to IRS regulations. Bus drivers for after school programs will receive their regular wages. AVID Guidelines for Tutor Certification and Pay Structure The goal of Essential 8 in the AVID Certification is to recruit, hire, train, retrain and nurture tutors, especially tutors who are current college students, develop a pool of tutors who can effectively facilitate the AVID inquiry-based tutorial groups and serve as role models and mentors for AVID students. Therefore tutors will receive certification levels based on their training, experience and number of college hours completed. Level 1 Tutor Complete a minimum of 16 hours of training in WICR and the AVID tutorial process. Four to six hours of tutor training (Part I) must occur prior to the tutor s start date in the AVID classroom. Complete the remainder (Part II) of the 16 required hours of training prior to the site s spring Certification Self-Study (CSS) review during the tutor s first year as an AVID tutor. All tutor training must be completed at the campus level, and the AVID Site Coordinator and site team must validate the tutor s level 1 training and experience to issue a certificate of completion for the AVID tutor training. Complete 0 to 15 hours of college level classes. Salary at this level will be $10.00 per hour Level 2 Tutor Tutor must be in their second year and have completed Part I & II of the AVID tutor training. Documentation of on-going coaching and debriefing in inquiry and the AVID tutorial process. This schedule is for the school year only. No past or future payments can be calculated, assumed or predicted on the basis of this schedule.
28 Documentation of the tutor s work and additional training must be available for review by the Regional/District Director during the Certification Self- Study (CSS) review. Must have completed 16 to 30 hours of college level classes. Salary will be $12.00 per hour. Level 3 Tutor Completed their third year as an AVID tutor. Submit a portfolio of their tutorial work which illustrates effective tutoring experience as an AVID tutor facilitating AVID inquiry tutors and mentoring AVID students. Must be recommended by the AVID Site Tem Coordinator/Elective Teacher as a level 3 tutor with the appropriate documentation of work experience. Salary will be $15.00 per hour. This schedule is for the school year only. No past or future payments can be calculated, assumed or predicted on the basis of this schedule.
Schedules 2015 16 Alvin Independent School District 2015 Texas Association of School Boards, Inc. All rights reserved. 2015 16 New Hire Guide for Teachers and Librarians Years of Experience New Hire Salary
Compensation Plan Wylie Independent School District Human Resources Department 2014-2015 Years of Experience New Hire Salary 0 $48,283 1 $48,483 2 $48,684 3 $48,884 4 $49,084 5 $49,282 6 $49,482 7 $49,682
DRIPPING SPRINGS INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Compensation Plan School Year Table of Contents Introduction... 1 Teachers and Facilitators of Learning & Innovation... 2 High School Stipends... 3 Middle School
MANSFIELD INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 2015/2016 COMPENSATION MANUAL Unless otherwise specified, the District unilaterally designates that employees will be paid on an annualized (12 month) basis in accordance
Professional Salary Schedule 2013-14 Years 4th 3rd 2nd BA BA+15 MA MA+15 MA+30 MA+45 PHD/EDD Exp Class Class Class 0 30,767 31,456 31,722 33,165 33,978 35,937 36,794 37,651 38,412 39,538 1 31,095 31,784
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