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Number of educators making $100,000 or more climbs slightly

School District 43 trustees made more last year and spent more on conferences and travel. - FILE
School District 43 trustees made more last year and spent more on conferences and travel.
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The number of educators and administrators making $100,000 or more in wages and taxable benefits climbed slightly last year in School District 43.

Information contained in the 2010-2011 Statement and Schedules of Financial Information (SOFI) show that 120 School District 43 employees made $100,000 in wages and benefits compared to 113 the year previous.

The top wage earners were:

Tom Grant, superintendent — $193,176 expenses

Dan Derpak, assistant superintendent now retired — $181,410

Sylvia Russell, assistant superintendent — $144,660

Julie Pearce, assistant superintendent — $144,660

Maureen Dockendorf, assistant superintendent — $144,660

Rick Humphreys, secretary treasurer — $147,955

Jamie Ross, director of human resources services — $135,480

David Taylor,  Student Services director of instruction —  $135,480

Patricia Gartland, international Education director of instruction — $138,050

The SOFI report —which contains the district's financial statements as well as a list of suppliers with contracts over $75,000 is available on line on the district's  website (www.sd43.bc.ca).

dstrandberg@tricitynews.com

 

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