CUSD Board Votes To Raise Superintendent Campbell's Salary

CUSD Board Votes To Raise Superintendent Campbell's Salary 

The Calaveras Unified School District Board of Trustees voted 4 to 1 last week to give Superintendent Mark Campbell a pay increase of close to $6,000 for the remainder of his contract.  Campbell’s annual salary jumps from $142,663 to $150,460.  The contract expects Campbell to be on the job for a period of 211 days each year, and includes 30 vacation days for each year the agreement remains in effect.  Any additional workdays will be compensated for if the board deems those additional days necessary.  The contract also includes a $500 monthly expense budget through a district credit card and a $50,000 group term life insurance policy.   The increase comes just a few months after both the district’s classified and certificated staff members received pay increases of 2 percent and 4 percent, respectively, approved after a four-day district-wide teachers’ strike in October.  Campbell’s pay increase is about 5.5 percent. Campbell was originally appointed to the superintendent’s position in 2010.

 

Written by KVGC Staff

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