Salamanca School Salaries - Part 1 - Over $45,000

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Salamanca, NY

#1 Nov 13, 2010
Hay, J D $130,000.00
Whitcomb, Laurence D $110,000.00
Crist, Charles T $108,980.00
Hensel, Donnald G $101,756.00
Oyler Jr, Charles E $95,675.00
Anderson, Ann M $94,201.00
Koch, Mary E $89,684.00
Thompson, Linda L $86,341.00
Coppersmith, Bonnie J $85,964.00
Siebert, Christopher R $83,277.00
Wilder, Jonathan R $81,843.00
Morton Jr, Richard C $80,729.00
Eysaman, Debra A $80,258.00
Christatos-Newburg, E $78,950.00
O'Mara, Kathleen J $78,909.00
Mohr, Cynthia J $78,359.00
Smith, Margaret E $77,594.00
Dietrich, Diane H $77,474.00
Plonka, Mary A $76,848.00
Dietrich, Geoffrey A $76,499.00
Langworthy, Karen A $75,317.00
Jankowski, Alicia E $74,106.00
Skudlarek, Joel P $72,832.00
Monacelli, Lisa J $72,265.00
Herbach, Carol A $71,064.00
Lafferty-John, Laurie S $71,007.00
Nussbaum, Sheryl S $70,827.00
Calabro, Michael J $70,799.00
Windus, Brenda M $70,425.00
Wiedman, Colleen $70,380.00
Mohr, Thomas C $69,721.00
Krotje, Tamera K $69,449.00
Reid, Mark A $69,346.00
Lukaric, Lynn S $68,942.00
Simsick, Sharon E $68,541.00
Zeznick, Walter T $68,156.00
Skoken, Cynthia J $68,032.00
Mc Farland, Karen S $68,003.00
Wojtowicz, Ann E $67,726.00
Tomblin, Ralph E $67,675.00
Jankowski, Gene J $67,337.00
Schank, Phyllis A $67,225.00
Kronert, Lee $67,040.00
Taylor, Kathleen G $66,457.00
Leavor, Christine A $66,259.00
Jones, Marcia D $66,250.00
Nannen, James G $65,739.00
Rolick, James M $65,249.00
Beattie, Penny A $65,082.00
Shaffer, Kathleen M $65,009.00
Middaugh, Nancy I $64,846.00
Miller, Larry A $64,643.00
Dry, Kim M $64,370.00
Kaye, Karen A $64,122.00
Newark, Denise M $63,946.00
Sirianni, Ellen A $63,906.00
Peters, Judith M $63,535.00
Shurilla, Barbara M $63,340.00
Bocharski, Tawnee L $62,722.00
Hill, Michelle L $61,077.00
Hensel, Lori A $60,764.00
Sawyer-Gunning, Lisa A $60,386.00
Packard, Stephanie R $60,263.00
Studd, Holly A $59,533.00
Seitz-Monroe, Patricia M $59,470.00
Brauer, Stacy L $59,258.00
John, Suzanne M $59,190.00
Collins, Scott J $58,316.00
Marsh, F N $57,577.00
Musial, Gerald F $57,514.00
Caruso, Kathleen C $57,456.00
Bonafede, Tonia S $57,408.00
Magiera, Lynnette K $57,078.00
Demorest, Christopher P $56,906.00
Johnson-Davis, Linda L $56,302.00
Robert, Scott A $56,017.00
Morlock, Tracy A $55,958.00
Riethmiller, Shane C $55,710.00
Courtney Jr, Charles D $55,362.00
Fries-Isaac, Meredith L $55,115.00
Nannen, Rebecca L $54,969.00
Herrick, Phyllis R $54,939.00
Siebert, Heather K $54,766.00
Oyler, Marykay W $54,484.00
Houseknecht, Timothy M $54,437.00
O'Brien, Jill A $54,217.00
Lavoie, Michelle J $54,188.00
Faller, Todd C $53,890.00
Kew, Stephen D $53,189.00
Osgood, Mary E $52,742.00
Cerasani, Jill A $52,358.00
Scordo, Holly A $52,007.00
Crowley, Amee L $51,628.00
Vaughn, David E $51,548.00
Marsh, Jason W $51,439.00
Hanson, Polly L $51,112.00
Kellogg, Amy L $50,247.00
Pavlock, Susan L $50,156.00
Ingerson, Dona M $50,021.00
Wade, Richard D $50,011.00
Clayson, Stacey M $49,642.00
Dinapoli, Nancy A $49,438.00
Baldwin, Jennifer S $49,342.00
Howard, Carrie D $49,024.00
Reynolds, Kelly M $48,976.00
Bowen, Janine R $48,820.00
Calarco, Kelly A $48,386.00
Moshier, Stacy D $48,180.00
Kirchner, Melanie F $47,334.00
Rublee, Melissa R $47,182.00
Jessey, Carrie E $46,987.00
Hagglund, Elizabeth M $46,970.00
Phillips, Donna L $46,951.00
Booth, Pamela S $46,930.00
MacChioni, Kristine L $46,434.00
Roesser, Alexis J $46,419.00
Quigley, Angel L $46,406.00
Halpainy, Courtney V $46,130.00
Leroy, Vicki L $45,987.00
Canale, Brooke A $45,783.00
Emley, Jason D $45,568.00
Eaton, Danielle M $45,425.00
Kinney, Brandy A $45,317.00
Kloss, Kari A $45,271.00
Brooks, Jonathan K $45,190.00
Mason, Heather D $45,086.00
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Salamanca, NY

#2 Nov 13, 2010
There was discussion in other threads about salaries so i smuggled these numbers out of the building.

There will be two or three posts to get everyone in.
Wrong Name

Gowanda, NY

#3 Nov 13, 2010
It appears that Mr.Trout was correct in regards to having the "right" name. The multi-million dollar glee-club payroll seen here was clearly worth every penny when it comes to the regents scores listed in the online press. Funny how that article disappeared while the Parkview produce stand article still lives on. Good old inherited/friends&family jobs. And to think that quite a few of these individuals were just a "bag of rocks" in school. All in a name...the "right" name!
college grad

Salamanca, NY

#4 Nov 14, 2010
Wow, these salaries are higher than the base salaries of faculty at most SUNY schools. Interesting.
just reading

United States

#5 Nov 14, 2010
How old is this list? A lot of these people don't even work here any more.

Since: May 10

Buffalo, NY

#6 Nov 14, 2010
I make $47,000 a year a McDonald's and I still spit in your burger.
VeryAngryTaxpaye r

Houston, TX

#11 Nov 14, 2010
The principal of the worst middle school in WNY makes 110 grand a year? WTF?
rumor

Mansfield, OH

#12 Nov 14, 2010
Lol!! Why don't you people become teachers then. Look at other districts!! They other districts start their teachers off with more money. That is one reason why you don't get great teachers here. Why start out a 26500.00 when other schools start at 33000.00. Do the math.
Amazing

Buffalo, NY

#13 Nov 14, 2010
Salamanca might be one of the "worst districts" but this is thanks to the wonderful support and help the students get from their parents at home. Teachers/Principals and other administrators are doing the best they can with what they have. Salamanca is a poor poverty stricken town, AND if you knew anything about education, then you would know that students aren't as literate and/or succesful in school while facing economic challenges. They are fighting a huge battle at home and then they come to school....where the teachers do the best they can. BUT, if the parents aren't supporting the importance of school and doing their work and are not disciplining them at home, why on earth would they act appropriately at home? Great research though...it's public knowledge how much teachers make. What you should be researching is how PARENTS can make Salamanca better community to grow up in.
VeryAngryTaxpaye r

Houston, TX

#14 Nov 14, 2010
Amazing wrote:
Salamanca might be one of the "worst districts" but this is thanks to the wonderful support and help the students get from their parents at home. Teachers/Principals and other administrators are doing the best they can with what they have. Salamanca is a poor poverty stricken town, AND if you knew anything about education, then you would know that students aren't as literate and/or succesful in school while facing economic challenges. They are fighting a huge battle at home and then they come to school....where the teachers do the best they can. BUT, if the parents aren't supporting the importance of school and doing their work and are not disciplining them at home, why on earth would they act appropriately at home? Great research though...it's public knowledge how much teachers make. What you should be researching is how PARENTS can make Salamanca better community to grow up in.
Thank you for your input Larry. Now we all know what you think of your neighbors.
rumor

Columbus, OH

#15 Nov 14, 2010
Well put ( amazing) these teachers aren't miracle workers. Why are my kids test scores higher than the national average on most of these test. Alot of this is what the teachers get to work with. Don't get me wrong we have hired some stiffs that called themselves teachers. We do have a couple teachers and administrators collecting......I mean robbing the district. But that happens at any level of work....from McDonald's to wall street.
Tax Payer

Buffalo, NY

#16 Nov 14, 2010
If these salaries are correct you would think that the grades would be higher by the students, to be a good teacher you have to have an interest in your students School Board lets wake up.
Get Real

Salamanca, NY

#18 Nov 14, 2010
The list is a joke. By the time you figure in the Health insurance, Comp insurance, unemployment insurance, and all the rest of the perks. You can add another 1/3 onto the figures. All on the backs of people that make 15,000 a year if they're lucky enough to even have a job.
Amazing

Buffalo, NY

#19 Nov 14, 2010
Thats right...teachers/administrator s just walk into those jobs. They don't pay anything for their education and they don't have large student loans to pay back. AND, I hear they don't have mortgages or car payments or any other bills to pay too. They just sit there, not caring about their students and collect their massive paychecks. They don't spend unrecordable amounts of time planning lessons and thinking of ways to creatively make the material better, and more fun. They don't try to think of ways to counter-act the lack of motivation from the community they teach in. They don't turn down jobs in other (more economically stable) districts.
PLEASE SENSE THE SARCASM. Teachers have what seem to be "cake jobs" to those who don't understand what it is to be a teacher. I am not a teacher, but I understand the devotion it takes to be in that profession. Teachers have so many hats to wear in their professional career, let alone try to lead "perfect" lives outside of school. Heaven forbid any of you "positive" topix posters see a teacher trying to have a healthy social life outside of their work. I can see it now, "Mrs. SoAndSo was out at the bowling alley with a beer..." or "Mrs. SoAndSo drives a new car, thanks to the taxpayers."
What we all should be saying is Good job, Mrs.SoAndSo for doing all you can to educate our children when their parents and families have given up on them. Kudos to you for pushing yourself and getting and EDUCATION in attempts to make the lives of our youth better.
I agree, not all teachers are great. But please....the teachers in Salamanca are not all bad. Honestly, I don't know if I would ever consider teaching in a community that rarely EVER shows any type of positive support to the people who educate the youth of this city. Taking a job in Salamanca means being subjected to the ridicule and ignorant information and slander that is posted all over this blog.
I challenge anybody who is reading to respond with a positive post about Salamanca City Schools.
YOU WANT CHANGE? You want to see a better school system...BE THE CHANGE...IT STARTS WITH YOU.
hard worker

Champaign, IL

#20 Nov 15, 2010
Your ridiculous! I live and work in Salamanca and I work for SNI and have a GREAT job at $47,000/year.(and yes, i'm not even native!)For you to say that taking a job in Salamanca means being subject to ridicule, then you are sadly mistaken my friend.

Before you decide to blog, take a step back and think first.
rumor

Albany, NY

#21 Nov 15, 2010
AMAZING is mostly correct about Salamanca. First it has to start with the parents. That's the first problem we now days.....lack of parenting. .....Get Real.....you could have been a teacher. Don't bitch because you only make 15000.00 a year. Find another job then.
Listen up

Salamanca, NY

#22 Nov 15, 2010
rumor wrote:
AMAZING is mostly correct about Salamanca. First it has to start with the parents. That's the first problem we now days.....lack of parenting......Get Real.....you could have been a teacher. Don't bitch because you only make 15000.00 a year. Find another job then.
If it is all about the parents, then that implies that the teachers really don't matter. if that is the case, then why are we paying them so much.

the point is that the teachers DO matter and our teachers are failing miserably.

Kids are kids and parents are parents. You'll have all kinds of both and school systems across the state, nation and world have learned to deal with that. Our hasn't. Ours just blames the poor teaching on the kids. It is a complete cop out.

However, the problem is NOT in the high school. Kids leave seneca doing okay and getting along. within a few months of being in sixth grade, they start to rapidly go downhill. By time they get out of middle school, they are all screwed up. The problems of the high school start in the middle school.

So place the blame where it belongs at the feet of larry whitcomb. getting rid of him would be the first step in solving the problems in the school.
LookForIt

Little Valley, NY

#24 Nov 15, 2010
Curioustoknow wrote:
I wanna know county worker salaries
http://www.seethroughny.net/PayrollsPensions/...

It has only been posted on here like 10 tens butt breath.
salamancagirl

Buffalo, NY

#25 Nov 15, 2010
It does start at home. But these teachers around here do not do the best that they can, Ive had a teacher get violent with my child. I help my kids with homework and anything else I can while working fulltime. The teachers just dont care anymore. They go to work do thier job and get it over with so they can get outta there. If these teachers were doing thier best they sure as hell would be treating kids alot better. When I was in school teachers cared, now its just a job and nothing more.
Mr_Nice_Guy

Philadelphia, PA

#26 Nov 15, 2010
Obviously, in any endeavor, you'll find that personalities and abilities are all over the spectrum. For every analogy like yours - and I don't doubt the veracity - someone else has one where, say, a student took an unprovoked swipe at a teacher and when the teacher held the student accountable, the mother came down to the principal's office not to apologize for her son's behavior, but to yell at the teacher for disciplining her child. Yes, as strange as that sounds, it happens.

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