Danville school board OKs raises

Danville school board OKs raises

DANVILLE — Twenty-seven Danville school administrators and nine non-union flat-salaried employees will receive raises this year.

The school board on Wednesday approved a 2014-15 salary schedule, which include the increases, totaling $85,895 — $73,084 for administrators, and $12,811 for the other employees.

In preparing his recommendation, Superintendent Mark Denman said he first reviewed the salary ranges for all of the positions and adjusted them to reflect cost-of-living increases and the current economic conditions and marketplace.

He said raises were given based on employee performance. He added the average increases are about the same as the average increases that Danville Education Association members received under their contract.

Here are the administrators' salaries, excluding pension benefits:

Jessica Bradford, South View Middle School assistant principal, $70,805, up from $68,785.

Jacob Bretz, Danville High assistant principal: $69,000, up from $67,000.

Eliza Brooks, East Park Elementary School principal: $85,953, up from $83,027.

Kimberly Burch, Danville High assistant principal: $68,869, up from $67,000.

Darin Chambliss, Danville High assistant principal: $79,000 plus a $249 merit stipend, up from $76,769.*

Tracy Cherry, Kenneth D. Bailey Academy principal: $83,000 plus a $1,041 merit stipend, up from $81,103.

Phil Cox, Danville High principal: $97,697, up from $95,000.

Julie Deignan, Southwest Elementary School principal: $74,245, up from $71,785.

Sharon Desmoulin-Kherat, associate superintendent: $134,179, up from $130,000.

Robin Fluno, East Park Elementary School assistant principal: $77,000 plus a $1,583 merit stipend, up from $76,088.*

Mark Goodwin, Edison Elementary School principal: $83,000 plus a $2,429 merit stipend, up from $82,834.*

John Hart, special education director: $88,361, up from $83,861.

Ron Henton, buildings and grounds director: $84,842, up from $82,171.

Dianna Kirk, human resources director: $62,121, up from $60,000.

Greg Lazzell, food services director: $73,422, up from $71,111.

Kimberly Norton, Northeast Elementary Magnet School principal: $72,535, up from $70,000.

Kimberly Pabst, Cannon Elementary School principal: $80,818, up from $77,993.

Sharon Phillips, South View Middle school principal: $86,755, up from $84,000.

Chris Rice, North Ridge Middle School principal: $86,738, up from $84,000.

Angelique Simon, Liberty Elementary School principal: $79,555, which includes a $2,422 increase for her promotion that was approved on March 19., up from $74,578.

Heather Smith, business and finance director: $91,961, up from $86,961.

Mendy Spesard, Mead Park Elementary School principal: $81,106, up from $78,382.

Kelly Truex, Garfield Elementary School principal: $72,296, up from $70,000.

Ericka Uskali, transformation officer: $77,143, up from $75,000.

Scott Williams, information technology director: $77,302, up from $75,268.

DeMarko Wright, Danville High assistant principal: $79,000 plus a $1,821 merit stipend, up from $78,665.*

Brenda Yoho, director of special programs: $91,724, up from $88,663.

Here are the non-union flat salaried employees' salaries (excluding Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund benefits):

Jolene Armstrong, payroll clerk: $37,510, up from $36,165.

Teri Atwood, treasurer/business director assistant: $45,269 plus a $388 stipend, up from $44,019.

Melinda Bailey, associate superintendent's secretary: $44,312 plus a $496 stipend, up from $43,201.

Letha Caudill, superintendent's secretary: $39,325, up from $38,000.

Kerry Cranmore, custodial supervisor: $44,192, up from $42,703. He also receives a $15,500 stipend for serving as the district's energy conservation manager.

Vicki Jones, human resources secretary: $37,339, up from $36,000.

Connie Kittell, human resources secretary: $42,340, up from $40,821.

Greg Wagers, Danville High school administration manager: $36,196, up from $34,976.

Nancy Wright, buildings and grounds secretary: $42,163, up from $40,834.

*Employees who are at the top of their salary range are eligible to receive a merit stipend off their base salary.

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