How Much Do School Administrators Make?

Local administrator salaries are in line with other county districts. Use our interactive database to see which school administrators are the highest and lowest paid throughout the state of Wisconsin.

School administrator salaries in the Shorewood School District are slightly below those in other North Shore districts, according to data compiled by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.

The numbers are from salary information released on the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction's website. The data is from the 2011-12 school year. This database will allow you to search administrative salaries only in the 424 districts statewide.

New Shorewood Superintendent Martin Lexmond's earnings are not available in the database, but , and fringe benefits are not available. Previous school chief Blane McCann, with 31 years of experience, was paid $152,250 and a $38,327 fringe benefit package.

In neighboring Whitefish Bay, Superintendent Mary Gavigan, with 35 years of experience, earned a salary of $168,000 and $29,326 in fringe benefits.

Shorewood Business Manager Mark Boehlke, with five years of experience, made $104,550 with $34,828 in fringe benefits. By comparison, with 23 years of experience, Business Manager Shawn Yde earned a salary of $131,796 with $38,224 in fringe benefits. Mequon-Thiensville Business Manager Gail Grieger made $121,380 with $25,665 in fringe benefits.

Shorewood High School Principal Matthew Joynt, with seven years of experience, earned a salary of $105,598 with $35,114 in fringe benefits. Whitefish Bay High School Principal William Henkle earned a salary of $132,374 and $38,294 in fringe benefits. Homestead Principal Brett Bowers, who has seven years of experience, earned a salary of $124,000 and $35,785 in fringe benefits. 

The Donny Show November 21, 2012 at 07:46 PM
A lot of $$$ for many of thse 11 month employees.


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