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Baltimore schools salary database - 2014

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Employee nameJob titleOriginal hire dateLatest hire dateRegular earningsOvertimeAdditional EarningsTotal EarningsTotal salary
Alford, Rodney A101585 Teacher - Secondary1991-02-111991-02-11$75,991.43$171.83$6,789.97$82,953.23$76,101.00
MacMahon, Thomas F101585 Teacher - Secondary2005-08-152013-08-10$59,817.10$171.83$11,890.34$71,879.27$59,904.00
Stanton, Kimberly M103855 Temporary Professional III2012-10-062012-10-06$34,370.00$171.83$0.00$34,541.83$35.00
Bonner, Jasmine K109143 Food Services Worker/5 Hours2009-05-112009-05-11$19,331.77$171.37$1,363.20$20,866.34$13.44
Davis, Shelton J102390 Custodial Worker I/12 mth2001-12-102001-12-10$23,087.04$169.32$1,980.24$25,236.60$15.52
Allen, Hope103060 Manager I - Cafeteria1998-04-271998-04-27$29,729.28$169.20$279.20$30,177.68$17.45
Gregg, Nikiya Lashay110143 Secretary2006-11-172006-11-17$36,253.58$168.67$912.20$37,334.45$19.12
Schultz, Paola A102159 Paraeducator - ESOL2011-08-132011-08-13$31,015.49$168.65$1,290.15$32,474.29$20.74
Burton, La Tia Jeannette103060 Manager I - Cafeteria2006-08-232006-08-23$25,113.02$168.58$1,867.50$27,149.10$15.80
Covington, Ruby M102391 Custodial Worker I/5 Hour1969-12-012006-11-11$18,742.65$168.28$73.45$18,984.38$14.69
Echols, Dion W102200 Assistant - Special Education2005-08-202005-08-20$24,178.13$167.13$1,059.25$25,404.51$15.73
Harrod, Angela R102390 Custodial Worker I/12 mth2001-10-082001-10-08$31,981.76$166.22$0.00$32,147.98$15.86
Calloway, Karen D102670 Driver I - School Bus2001-01-022001-01-02$28,606.72$166.13$0.00$28,772.85$17.23
Adams, James L102390 Custodial Worker I/12 mth1970-03-221970-03-22$28,342.88$166.10$10,546.66$39,055.64$16.92
Monroe, Duane Daniel102670 Driver I - School Bus2006-03-022013-10-03$26,901.40$165.90$2,282.45$29,349.75$15.79
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This is a searchable database of wages and overtime paid to public educators in the Baltimore City Public Schools. To set search parameters, enter an employee name, job title or a range for total earnings (by moving the sliders).
Some especially large total compensation numbers may reflect severence or accrued leave for departed staffers.
Figures may differ from some previous city schools salary data because they often reflected projected salaries. The city school system recently provided The Baltimore Sun with actual earnings of its employees, which is shown in this database.
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Range for Regular earnings
(-$3,559 to $195,000, rounded outward)

Range for Overtime
($0 to $48,990, rounded outward)

Range for Additional earnings
(-$728 to $217,157, rounded outward)

Range for Total earnings
($0 to $338,987, rounded outward)

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(-$100 to $290,000, rounded outward)


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Source: Baltimore City Public Schools | Download BCPS-provided cy2014 data as an Excel sheet
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Notes: This data was released by the Baltimore City Public Schools, and has not been verified on a row-by-row basis by The Baltimore Sun. The BCPS is a separate entity from other city government. The city's non-BCPS salaries are part of a separate data set and are not included here. What might appear to be extremely low salaries may in many cases be hourly rates. Extreme ranges can in some cases be attributed to the hourly rates previously cited and in other rare cases may be attributable to copying errors on the part of individual department staffs. Government officials interviewed for this and previous salary projects say pay that varies from base salary can be attributable to overtime, but could also be from promotions, stipends, bonuses, sick leave conversions and/or terminations. While salaries are recorded in correspondence with the fiscal year in which they are assigned, payment is recorded by calendar year. Salaries of zero dollars or zero percent may represent multiple scenarios, including contracting relationships and dismissals, respectively. Base-salary figures do not always represent actual salary paid, which can be higher or lower. Because of this, search totals on this user interface do not always balance. In past versions of this database, accrued leave information was only provided by the district for the year in which an employee retired or resigned his or her post and was paid the accrued value.