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Report: Poway Superintendent Receives Third Highest Compensation Package

John Collins earns the ""third highest among California’s 25 largest school systems," according to a report.

The Poway Unified School District's superintendent receives the third highest compensation package among California superintendents, according to a North County Times report.

John Collins earns $386,000, the "third highest among California’s 25 largest school systems," according to the newspaper.

According to the report, "Collins is paid $11.02 per student, the most among any of the top 25 districts. The average among the superintendents is $4.10 per student."

Read the report here.

Nick Stavros November 30, 2012 at 04:57 PM
US Federal Pay rates and these are for people who direct thousands of employees and with budgets of billions of dollars in budget. I know everyone is down on the Federal Government, but it looks to me as if the Federal Systems actual contain costs more than our wonderful local system with all of its corruption and insider dealings. Unlike the General Schedule, SES pay is determined at agency discretion within certain parameters, and there is no locality pay adjustment. The minimum pay level for the SES is set at 120 percent of the basic pay for GS-15 Step 1 employees ($119,554 for 2010). The maximum pay level depends on whether or not the employing agency has a "certified" SES performance appraisal system:[1] If the agency has a certified system, the maximum pay is set at Level II of the Executive Schedule ($179,700 for 2010). If the agency does not have a certified system, the maximum pay is set at Level III of the Executive Schedule ($165,300 for 2010). Total aggregate pay is limited to the salary of the Vice President of the United States ($230,700 for 2010).
Tom Yarnall November 30, 2012 at 05:43 PM
It would be interesting to know how the School Board members would rationalize giving a person $386K per year to oversee a district that is one of the easiest to manage in the state. A cushier job is yet to be found.

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