Naperville School District 203 administrators and nonunion staff could possibly be getting 2.5 percent increases in the next school year.
The school Administrators on Monday is scheduled to approve the 2016-17 compensations for administrators and nonunion categorized employees, which in turn incorporate a 2.5 percent base salary increase over the previous year.
Previously in the month, the board authorized a three-year contract with the Naperville Unit Education Association establishes teachers year-to-year salary increase averages of 2.35 percent annually.
For Superintendent Dan Bridges, the 2.5 percent pay increase would elevate his base salary to $247,995.
Besides his earnings, his compensation package includes an employer supplement of $10,000 to Bridge’s tax-sheltered annuity retirement plan. He received the identical $10,000 contribution last year.
Several administrators who will be retiring in the next few years are getting their annual 6 percent end-of-career bumps. The 6 percent annual increase given twice helps boost the amount an educator will receive in retirement.