New Hartford School District Cutting ...
Crazy

United States

#43 Nov 14, 2011
tax payers screwed again wrote:
Lawrence, Sharie A $81,442.73
do you know how many bosses she had to sleep with to get her pay that high. She is payroll dept. I dont know anyone at any other business that makes that kind of money doing payroll.
Leuthauser, Richard D $72,717.19, janitorial? are you seriously.
Teachers should look at this you have Sherri Arnold has no colledge degree yet makes more then most teachers who have masters what is wrong with this picture
Slipknot

Neversink, NY

#44 Nov 14, 2011
Someday people will equate high school taxes to teachers making $100k a year.
NH is in the toilet

New Hartford, NY

#45 Nov 14, 2011
sharie arnold know how to **screw** the system to get what she wants...
sauquoit

New Hartford, NY

#46 Nov 14, 2011
so does her brother ed arnold, he is good at screwing...
NH Mom

Utica, NY

#47 Nov 14, 2011
Whoever listed the salaries in two different posts, have some people listed twice and the amounts are off by thousands. So the info is far from accurate. Also whoever is complaining about Sharie Arnolds salary, saying that it's more than some teachers salaries should also realize that she has been employed by NH for almost 30 years. Anyone who complains about any teachers salary, has no idea what is involved in teaching today. Get your certification, get a teaching job and then come back and give your opinion.
NH Mom

Camillus, NY

#48 Nov 14, 2011
Do you know how many BJ's I have to give to afford my taxes here in new Hartford??? I mean my husbands friends are fat nasty turd cutters and i have to give them suck and swallows so my loser kids can go to that school. I mean come on those teachers work at least 8 months out of the year to earn that money and when they retire at around 55 they are set for life but I'll still be sucking and swallowing(or living in a trailer in Herkimer)
wellsy

Utica, NY

#49 Nov 14, 2011
Peter wrote:
I heard that Bob is banging the President of the Teacher's Union.
whats his name .lol
lets see more

Camillus, NY

#51 Nov 15, 2011
Thanks...the one i was thinking of made the list. Reasonable salary, probably deserves more than some of those other chuckleheads.

Level 1

Since: Nov 11

Syracuse, NY

#52 Nov 18, 2011
Freddy wrote:
Too much money going to pay outrageous pensions and not enough money going to pay the teachers doing the teaching. Stop the pensions NOW.
I would like to see teachers have a higher starting salary-and more incentive to keep teaching. It would make more sense to keep high-performing teachers in the classroom than have them collecting a pension. what about a sign-on bonus each year a teacher works past their retirement age? We do it in the military. 55 is no longer a reasonable and sustainable retirement age, I agree. But remember that the career long pay of most teachers is far less than they would make career-long in many private commercial fields. My husband would love to be a teacher, but we can't justify the paycut. Lets think outside the box for compromises that will benefit all.

Level 1

Since: Nov 11

Syracuse, NY

#53 Nov 18, 2011
Earl Greed wrote:
<quoted text>Good GOD, this is New Hartford people...who cares what we pay these (mostly) 9 month employees! The well edumacated tax payers / voters do what we tell them to do! Now hows that rainy day fund doing??????
9 months a year--yes. long days-yes. Teachers bring a lot of work home with them for nights and weekends.

Level 1

Since: Nov 11

Syracuse, NY

#54 Nov 18, 2011
wonder why we are leaving wrote:
you wonder why people are leaving the area, pay needs to get under control in new hartford. it is the highest tax base, the pay for these office people is crazy. then when they retire they get 80% of that for life. tax payers need to stop this. elections coming up, do somthing
Actually, New Hartford is one of the only areas that is growing in CNY. It has a lot to do with our award winning school district! That benefits us all. And, the teacher's in New Hartford are not the highest paid over all. Remsen and Utica teachers are actually paid more. If New Hartford wants to compete for the best teachers, they need to offer comparable pay.

Level 1

Since: Nov 11

Syracuse, NY

#55 Nov 18, 2011
Coach wrote:
Basloe, Joan M $69,948.00
Greer, Mary J $69,919.00
Russo, Marybeth $69,863.70
Curri, Cynthia A $69,355.00
Kohlbrenner, Donna J $69,351.00
Castellano, Nancy L $69,234.00
Dunn, Cynthia A $68,588.00
Bibik, Ellyn S $68,219.00
Bean, Annette C $67,880.00
Becker, Mary T $67,695.00
Dowling, Deborah W $67,535.29
Zegarelli, Susan B $67,305.00
Johnson, Patricia A $67,240.00
Durante, Patricia A $67,053.00
Tarby, Monica E $66,961.96
Wilcox, Michelle P $66,776.00
Pangburn, Maryann S $66,375.00
Mumau, Diane M $66,347.00
Brennan, Mary B $66,036.00
Mauro, Rose M $65,349.00
Campbell, Mary M $64,559.00
Russo, Jacqueline R $64,363.15
Brown, Suzanne M $64,098.00
Stephens, Joanne $63,914.00
Davis, Karen D $63,910.96
Watkins, Jane $63,732.00
Levitt, Wendy W $63,268.00
Von, Schiller-Deep E $63,096.09
Bovi, Kevin J $62,369.37
Dodge, Brent M $61,859.23
Hamilton, Susan E $61,726.00
Comenale, Denise H $61,525.00
Wiley, Tammy A $61,503.04
Gigliotti, Therese M $61,400.00
Walters, Jeffrey F $61,393.00
Gillander, Paul V $61,295.00
Cooper, Lisamarie O $61,019.00
Amante, Michael R $60,830.00
Alessandrini, Catherine M $60,799.00
Kowalczyk, Wendy M $60,799.00
Towers, Sandra J $60,702.00
Schabert, Kathryn L $60,374.00
Weeks, Mary E $60,239.00
Zippin, Donna L $60,168.00
Draper, Terry F $60,003.28
Lutz, M J $59,819.20
Loughran, Joan S $59,806.00
Doyle, Margert L $59,786.00
Homa, Natasha $58,610.00
Paradis, Andre R $58,419.00
Lore, Lisa A $58,341.00
Surace, Anthony J $58,224.00
Lawson, Jamie L $58,213.00
Storm, Carrie A $57,928.00
Allen, Cheryl A $57,549.00
Christman, Allen P $57,329.85
Mitchell, Jason A $57,204.00
Bartolotti, Shelley L $57,002.00
Richards, Derek R $56,933.60
Hadfield, Diane E $56,739.00
Shaw, Suzanne $56,539.00
Sandock, Andrea A $56,534.00
Julian, Sue A $56,381.00
Duross Jr, Frank B $56,112.96
Cooke, Katherine J $55,975.00
Ferguson, Timothy B $55,870.00
Gleeson, Susan J $55,725.00
Leonard, June A $55,624.93
Eklund, Wendi S $55,396.25
Paul, Kelly A $55,388.00
Tripp, Anne C $55,218.14
Lasalle, Allison M $55,128.00
Lalonde, Brian D $54,979.71
Calli, Eve C $54,779.36
Connors, Mary P $54,505.00
Altamuro, Denise $54,442.30
Clive, Jennifer B $53,588.00
Crouch, Lisa A $53,383.00
Ciancio, Susan A $53,354.87
Silvestri, Kathryn C $53,162.00
Gillander, Amy L $53,123.00
Vondauber, Gary C $53,006.00
Arcuri, Thomas J $52,828.73
Randall, Karen L $52,714.00
Mc Nair, James C $52,629.00
Pattison, Melissa M $52,407.00
Payne, Douglas R $52,384.47
Thomas, Mark D $52,332.00
Manley, Lisa M $52,145.07
Davies-Nelson, Jill M $52,008.00
Nugent, Kelly A $51,914.00
Stewart, Roy O $51,783.91
Lamb, Sarah A $51,516.00
Ruhmel, Susan M $51,373.00
Knapp, Jeffery J $51,338.00
Mc Coy, Kevin L $51,290.00
Martin, Cheryl J $51,154.00
Hall, James M $51,124.00
Wiegand, Caroline L $51,062.00
Quadraro-Kain, Diane R $50,986.58
Inman, John M $50,875.39
Brockett, Connie A $50,853.60
Meyers, Lisa M $50,848.00
Haddad, Lorie A $50,788.00
Dardano, Kristin M $50,434.00
Thomas, Heather B $50,395.00
Goodemote, Jo A $50,288.00
Notebaert, Patricia L $50,242.00
Cleveland, Christopher M $50,209.16
Rogan, Charles C $50,005.00
Simpson, Nicole E $49,926.10
Cornish, Heather A $49,805.00
Spanneut, Justin M $49,757.11
Evans, Gail D $49,643.00
Brych, Michael R $49,627.00
Stephens, Patricia L $49,546.00
Roberts, Rebecca A $49,509.00
Huntley, Jenifer R $49,468.00
Johnson, Bonnie H $49,400.00
Raynard, Christine M $49,189.00
Caruso, Valerie A $49,182.91
Arnold, Matthew H $49,106.00
Keeler, Alison E $48,793.00
Gordon, Michele G $48,583.00
Massa, Susan M $48,484.00
Farber, Kelly M $48,403.00
Anderson, Jodi B $48,293.00
Laplant, Kristie A $48,283.00
Smith, Kelly E $47,890.00
I can't believe how little my money my child's teacher makes! She has a masters degree and over 20 years experience. She is an expert in her field and she can't even get a cost of living increase? I am thankful every day she stays on the job!
NH is in the toilet

New Hartford, NY

#56 Nov 22, 2011
sorry about your childs teacher, she should have worked in business office with sharie arnold, she could have showed her what to do to move up the latter. like her old boss before his wife made him move on terry. he compensated her very well for those week long trips together. raise every year
Whats up

New York, NY

#57 Nov 22, 2011
Teacher driving around with sign in car window " nationally ranked school and teachers are working without contract". It is the easiest place to teach since the parents are all educated and value education. So don't pat yourself on the back for something you had little to do with.
Insane

New Hartford, NY

#58 Dec 1, 2011
NH Mom wrote:
Whoever listed the salaries in two different posts, have some people listed twice and the amounts are off by thousands. So the info is far from accurate. Also whoever is complaining about Sharie Arnolds salary, saying that it's more than some teachers salaries should also realize that she has been employed by NH for almost 30 years. Anyone who complains about any teachers salary, has no idea what is involved in teaching today. Get your certification, get a teaching job and then come back and give your opinion.
I don't care if Sharie Arnold/Lawrence/Halpin worked there for 50 years - do you seriously think that a high school graduate WITHOUT a college degree, who does nothing more than print payroll checks (most of which would be salaried, therefore the same amount every week) should actually earn over $80,000 a year???? However, I agree with you about the teachers salaries!
Scroogie

Syracuse, NY

#59 Dec 1, 2011
Who is Bob Nole?
unbelievable

New Hartford, NY

#60 Dec 2, 2011
Insane wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't care if Sharie Arnold/Lawrence/Halpin worked there for 50 years - do you seriously think that a high school graduate WITHOUT a college degree, who does nothing more than print payroll checks (most of which would be salaried, therefore the same amount every week) should actually earn over $80,000 a year???? However, I agree with you about the teachers salaries!
i agree, sharie arnold/lawrence/halpin should not be making more than a teacher.. period. or custodians. the teachers had a lot of schooling to go though to get where they are, this is just wasteful. i dont know one other payroll clerk that makes half that, what did she do to get paid that amount of money and who ok's the raises on these people? then when she retires she gets half that, plus insurance. this is all wrong and people wonder why the country is in trouble. try working for $12.00 -$15.00 a hr and half to pay the taxes to keep these people in that pay scale.. all wrong...
Crazy

United States

#61 Dec 2, 2011
unbelievable wrote:
<quoted text>
i agree, sharie arnold/lawrence/halpin should not be making more than a teacher.. period. or custodians. the teachers had a lot of schooling to go though to get where they are, this is just wasteful. i dont know one other payroll clerk that makes half that, what did she do to get paid that amount of money and who ok's the raises on these people? then when she retires she gets half that, plus insurance. this is all wrong and people wonder why the country is in trouble. try working for $12.00 -$15.00 a hr and half to pay the taxes to keep these people in that pay scale.. all wrong...
The bigger question is why do they nnot do direct deposit and get rid of her postion she must be pulling somomes train
Davey

United States

#62 Dec 2, 2011
I am on the job and will take of everything soon. These teachers are not going to get away with this.
utica teacher

Bradford, VT

#63 Dec 2, 2011
apachetear wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually, New Hartford is one of the only areas that is growing in CNY. It has a lot to do with our award winning school district! That benefits us all. And, the teacher's in New Hartford are not the highest paid over all. Remsen and Utica teachers are actually paid more. If New Hartford wants to compete for the best teachers, they need to offer comparable pay.
. What are you insinuating? Remsen teachers are by far the best paid. Why don't you talk about your retirement package! 40%of your salary,$75 a sick day up to 250! Damn, I should have taught there!

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